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Krispy Kreme Singapore Infographics

We are happy to create this beautiful infographic for WhereToEat Singapore, welcoming the grand opening of the first Krispy Kreme store in Singapore at Tangs Orchard Basement 1, on Saturday 12th October, 2013. Enjoy the image below.

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Tips For Increasing Productivity

Everyone has equally 24 hours a day and it is highly important to make the best out of it. It doesn’t mean for not resting though, rather productivity is the combination of intelligent planning and focused efforts. Here are some tips to get you started on learning to improve productivity. 1. Delegate tasks accordingly. Learn to trust others and feel comfortable about asking for help. 2. Create to do list. Get our mind structured is the first step to get things done. One way to do it is by pen those to do list down in an agenda. I personally

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Focus On Search Engine Optimization

How do you find stuffs on the Internet? Well, the answer is Google of course! And as you search, which website would you click in the next ten minutes? those in the first page! This is Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is all about. Getting into page one of search results! Here are some tips if you really serious about getting ranked on page one SERP (Search Engine Results Page). 1. Choose three to four keywords to focus. In whatever you do on the Internet be it website or social media post or video description text, always have these keywords. 2.

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The New Era Of Marketing

Marketing these days is beyond spreading brochures, magazines or newspaper advertising, or even doing TV commercial. We already know at least three more mediums that are in fact extremely close to our very lovable customer. They are email, mobile devices and social media. If you are not present on these mediums, we recommend you to start thinking about it and if you want, we could have discussion on your great ideas! Take a look at the image below. In the U.S., mobile devices already account 92% of Americans and of which, 70 million are smart phones. 97% of US households

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Effective Outdoor Advertising

In this small city of Singapore, we find most people are conveniently walking and jogging along the road also, taking public transportation. It makes sense to create advertising outdoor such as on billboard, taxi, bus stop, or even on the bus itself. Here are some tips for your consideration to be effective in outdoor advertising. 1. Six words or less. On the go, people won’t be able to read and grasp things slowly. What you want to communicate must be there in six words or less and with a huge text size. 2. Get Noticed, But Don’t Make Your Billboards

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Infographic: Exploring Facebook Hashtag

If you have been wondering why some people use #giveaway or #win on their post, well you just came into the right page. Hashtag can simply be defined as a way to organize a collection of similar data. For example, a post with hashtag giveaway (#giveaway) will grouped with other posts with the same hashtag. What can we get IF these collecting action is done on real time basis? The result will be what’s trending right now. And yes, some of you might think this is exactly what Twitter already have. The difference is just that, what you post on

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Even Facebook Is Going Local

To be honest, perhaps only a few Facebook users in Singapore used Facebook Credits. We can use it for Facebook Advertising payment but somehow we choose credit card or Paypal over Facebook Credit (unconsciously too perhaps). Sometimes user may not aware “what should I pay or buy on Facebook?” Yep, that sort of questions may be answered in coming years as Facebook is now completely moving towards local currency payment. What does it really mean? The initial Facebook Credits concept was to become “universal”, which means, if I am residing in Singapore and would like to buy let’s say Plants

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Where Does The Tagline Go?

I came across this good to read article from AdWeek titled The Death of the Tagline that proves evidences may not be that relevant anymore even for big brands like Apple, Starbucks, or Coca Cola. There’s certainly evidence that taglines have diminished in importance. Many of the most admired brands—Starbucks, Whole Foods, Lululemon, Nordstrom—don’t have them. Some brands whose taglines helped propel them to greatness no longer use them. Apple hasn’t used “Think different” for years, and the sign-off to its most recent TV ads, “Designed by Apple in California,” is less a tagline than a closing salutation. Here is

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Heavenly Rice

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Prima Deli

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