Monday, 24 August 2015

Simple tips on Instagram marketing to boost your business



By now, you probably know that Instagram is a powerful platform for creating visual content for your business. You’ve likely seen Instagram photos on other platforms and may have even set up your Instagram account.

But did you also know that there’s more to Instagram than its easy-to-use photo editing tools?

With more than 300 million active users, Instagram has caught the attention of a growing number of brands — both large and small.

So, is Instagram worth the effort for your business?

Here are five unexpected benefits to consider:

1. Connect with customers
While most people think about sites like Facebook and Twitter when it comes to connecting with fans and engaging with customers online — you may be surprised to hear that Instagram has one of the most active and engaged user base.

In fact, one report from Forrester Research  found that Instagram generates 120 times more engagement per follower than Twitter.

With such high engagement, Instagram is the perfect platform to connect with customers, listen to their feedback, and build relationships through the conversations you’re able to spark.

You can share a photo of a new product and ask people what they think, or give them a sneak peek of a new project and see if they have any input.

2. Learn what people like
You may not realize it, but your audience members could already be sharing photos and talking about your business on Instagram.

This is especially true if your business has a brick and mortar location where customers visit on a regular basis.

Restaurants are a great example of this. People love sharing photos of their favorite dishes. With Instagram, they can share a photo and let their followers know where they are enjoying the meal by tagging your location.

But restaurants aren’t alone — people love sharing a variety of images from lots of different locations. And when they tag your location, their friends will see it, giving customers the chance to market your business on your behalf.

The best way to see if people have shared photos at your location is to snap a photo at your business and tag your location. After you share the photo, you will see a link above the photo that you can click to see all of the photos that have been shared at your store or office. This is a great way to see what people like about your business, and what they’re sharing about you.



3. Reach new audiences
Instagram makes it easy to discover new photos, new people, and new businesses.

One of the ways that people discover new content on Instagram is through hashtags. Similar to other social platforms, when someone includes a hashtag in a post on Instagram, a link is created and you can view all of the photos that have been shared using that hashtag.

For a business like Miele Nigeria, a luxury kitchen appliance retailer located in Lagos and Abuja,  using a hashtag like #luxury is a great way to get found by customers who share their passion. They can also include a hashtag that is popular in their market, #, to connect with local consumers.



You can also use hashtags to pro-actively find potential customers. For example, Oh to Be a Dog, a pet care business in Pasadena, Florida uses hashtags to find people sharing photos of their pets nearby and make an introduction.

“Hashtags have been great for us. We started out by searching for users in Pasadena, who were sharing photos of dogs. It was a great way to introduce ourselves to people we knew were local, have or just love dogs, and would probably enjoy our photos.”

In addition to hashtags, Instagram also has a Discover tab, dedicated to helping users find photos and connect with users that are relevant to them.

4. Fuel your other marketing channels
One of the great things about the content you create in Instagram is that it can easily be shared across all of your different marketing channels.

Within your Instagram Settings, you can enable social sharing to Facebook and Twitter, so that your photos will share automatically when you post them to Instagram. Even if you don’t want to share your photos on different networks right away, you can save your photo to your phone’s Camera Roll and easily access them when you’re ready to post.

The content you share on Instagram can also be used in your email marketing campaigns. If you’re a Constant Contact customer, you can integrate Instagram within your photo library with our MyLibrary Plus tool, and easily access your photos when you’re ready to send your campaign.

5. Generate sales
Creating professional-looking images to promote your products and highlight your services has never been easier or more affordable.

As a result, visual platforms like Instagram are doing more than just generating engagement, they are also driving sales.

One report from e-commerce platform Shopify found that the average price tag for a sale referred from Instagram is ₦13k, compared to ₦11k for Facebook and ₦9k for Twitter.

Be careful not to fill your feed with product photos with the same caption asking people to “buy now” or “shop online.” Instead, look for creative ways to display your products and let your images speak for themselves.

6. Advertise
There are accounts on Instagram with large number of followers within your target market. Get in touch with them and find out how much it costs to put up a post for you.

This a good one : https://instagram.com/onlyinnigeria/

Why not give Instagram a try?
Be prepared – if you’re not on Instagram now, you will be in the near future.
If you need our help to set up and manage your Instagram account drop us a line.


Monday, 17 August 2015

"I want to be a girl again" – (dry) A film by Stephanie Linus




OK darlings I haven’t written in a massively long while. As I’m sitting on my bed hitting these keys, it feels like it’s been too long.

Truthfully we all get caught up in life, caught up in what we define as work and kind of forget the little things that keep us going.

As u know mine is of course communicating, in any way shape or form I just love to communicate. My friends will say “it’s a lie, she just loves to talk”.

I beg differ, you can communicate in many different ways besides talking (which I do 90% of the time). You communicate through pictures, through body language, and of course writing.

OK after my plenty ramblings let’s get back to the matter at hand. Last Thursday night I attended a movie premiere in my new home city, Abuja. Well not so new as I’ve been here for like a year now
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I’m not writing this article to plug, push or whatever we PR people do to movies. I’m writing to communicate the feelings this movie awakened inside of me. I couldn’t stop crying all through. For me there were sad moments, happy moments and yuk, gory moments but most of all there were learning moments.

So if I’m about to tell you all about everything, we will definitely be here till next year. A short summary is:

I never knew what Vesico Vaginal Fistula was.
I never imagined what underage marriage could really be like.
Then lets not even begin to talk about ignorance, lack of information, suffering, neglect, abuse where do I stop?

Can we really give them back their childhood?

We can’t fix yesterday but we can make a difference today in order to prevent damage in the future.
We as a collective have realized the use of our voices, when we shout loud enough or long enough it usually gets the desired effect.
When I say shout I mean communicate loudly in whatever is your most preferred language. So let’s talk with pictures, posters, letters, messages, music, videos, speeches whatever we can, lets repair and create the awareness to prevent VVF.

Nigeria has one of the highest prevalence of Vesico Vaginal Fistula in the world with almost 800,000 women suffering from its devastating effects.
The movie DRY by Stephanie Linus communicates the VVF message among others in a way no other movie can.

Synopsis:

Zara, a successful African doctor living in Wales is determined to stay away from her childhood memories and this now threatens her commitment to marry Alex, a gentleman she truly loves. Her mother, a missionary to Africa, has been unable to get Zara to go with her for her yearly medical aid trips to Africa. When her mother falls ill and unable to make a crucial trip and Zara discovers there is a strong possibility her long lost daughter might still be alive in Africa, she steered in a new direction to face and conquer her darkest fears. Her trip to Africa becomes inevitable.
Back in Africa, thirteen- year old Halima’s poor parents make her marry Sani, an old 60 year old man. With no idea of sex or its intricacies, she goes through a dreadful ordeal as her new husband repeatedly rapes her. Pregnant and after the delivery of her child, young Halima suffers a condition known as Vesico Vaginal Fistula (VVF). A health nightmare suffered by over 800,000 other women just like her, she is ostracize and abandoned by her husband, family and community. It is a period of rejection, isolation and despair for Halima.
The movie follows a trail of Zara’s trip to Africa, her constant turmoil as a result of inexplicable horrors from her child hood, her experiences and heartaches while working with these suffering women against the backdrop of a rich African culture. Finally, Zara meets Halima and marvels at the revelation of the tie that binds them together. It is full of intrigues, suspense, unbelievable surprises and the joy of reconciliation and the power of the human spirit that is guaranteed to put a smile on people’s face.

Trailer:


To donate to this cause:
Extended Hands Charity Foundation
Diamond Bank Account Number: 0054295068

Contact:
Email: contact@themoviedry.com
     


Monday, 27 April 2015

Miele Celebrity Cooking Class Turns Up the Heat with Waje, Maje Ayida, Zainab Balogun, JJC Skillz, Fade Ogunro & More!



Some of our favourite celebrities showed off their cooking skills in the kitchen as they were hosted to a culinary trip to Asia by Miele Nigeria. The guests like Waje, Maje Ayida, Tewa Onasanya and Tayo of Exquisite Magazine, Toju Foyeh, Misi Molu, JJC Skillz, Fade Ogunro and Zainab Balogun were taught to prepare delicious meals by Chef Eros (Miele Nigeria’s Chef Ambassador) at the brand’s Victoria Island, Lagos showroom.

The fab event started off early in the day with a how & tell of how to make Crab Rangoons. Each guest had the chance to wrap and fry their own individual Rangoons. One of the highlights of the evening was how guests, after eating their Rangoons couldn’t stop calling them ‘Wontons’.







The next delicious course was Sweet & Sour Chicken with Stir Fry Rice & Vermicelli. The guests chopped vegetables and each took their turn in stirring the main pot.








In all it was a great time and each participant walked away with new recipes under their aprons.






This class was strictly by invitation. The Miele Live Kitchen will open its doors to the general public on Saturday 2nd May 2015 so they can come in and learn 1st hand how to the celebrities did it.

For more information on how to attend, email events@aplusng.com

Follow Miele Nigeria on Instagram @MieleNigeria


Friday, 17 April 2015

When tears can't make it better.



We all, young or old, have those moments when we lack confidence in ourselves or our decisions.
But you see for all those moments, there is someone special or some special people that have got you covered.

I believe everyone in life has a purpose, while everything in life has a reason.
And for everyone that crosses your path, there is a purposeful reason.

You see, for me, there were times in my life I felt I drew a short straw. I sometimes felt really sad with no clue how to make things better. Till I realised I didn't need to feel that way. All I needed was to flip the talisman. I needed to learn how to see light in every darkness. I needed to believe in me and remind myself of whose I am.

God couldn't physically come down and hold my hand or wipe my tears so instead, He sent me angels.
My angels, my torchlight operators, when the way seemed so dark and gloomy they helped me switch on the torch that guided me back to the Light.  And every time, once again, my path seemed beautifully lit. Once things looked better and brighter, we danced and giggled in the rain together.

My torchlight operators had magical powers. Most times we were countries apart but they still knew how to flick the switch.
Most of all, they taught me how to operate theirs and the torch lights of others too.

Unfortunately during the last year of my life, two of my angels bailed on me. Now guys, that wasn't the plan. We were supposed to be at each other’s kids’ weddings and graduations. We always said we will look back on the hard times and laugh, probably from one of our private islands while being conveyed on one of our private jets.

Now I'm flying solo, you guys aren’t here to egg me on, hold me up when I graze a knee. Most of all I couldn't be there to make all your pains go away when you truly needed me.

But here goes my torchlight operators.
For every time you told me you believe in me, I promise I will work 100 times harder
For every time you told me well done, I promise I will do 100 times better.
For every time you switched on my torchlight, I promise I will switch on a million.

Thank you for being my friend, my confidant, my brother and my sister. Thanks for being my ANGELS!

RIP to the great ones

Dedicated to Leke Aderohunmu (Ondbox) and Kefee Obareki- Don Momoh (Branama)




Wednesday, 18 March 2015

Kemi Vivacity on Talk Talk Wazobia, we TV: Celebration of International Women's Day




A few days ago I stopped by we TV to have a little chat on International Women's day Matters. You can watch the interview below. Please be advised its in pidgin English. Enjoy Vivaciously .....




Thursday, 12 March 2015

Africas leaders breakfast with Dr Nkem Okeke Richard Taylor, Boma Ozobia and Dayo Israel

GLEEHD Foundation cordially invites you to

Leaders Breakfast with

Dr. Nkem Okeke PhD - Deputy Governor Anambra State, Nigeria
Richard Taylor OBE – Founder Damilola Taylor Trust
Boma Ozobia OON – Former President, Commonwealth Lawyers Association
Dayo Israel – Former Special Representative to the United Nations


Date: 13th March 2015
Time: Networking 8.00am - Breakfast and program 8.15am
Place: The Graduate Center, London Metropolitan University, Holloway Road, London N7 8DB

Ticket cost £15 (£5 for student; and 10 FREE seats available on Eventsbrite for NGO/CSO representatives) online or at door. Register here and get priority seating https://www.eventbrite.com/e/africas-leaders-breakfast-with-dr-nkem-okeke-richard-taylor-boma-ozobia-and-dayo-israel-tickets-16136612041

For more information, please see our website www.gleehdfoundation.org.uk . Alternatively, you may contact us at info@gleehdfoundation.org.uk  or call 07405139015
RSVP is essential for access to the building. 

Dr. Nkem Okeke PhD: is the Deputy Governor of Anambra State. He first served as Commissioner for Economic Planning, and again as Commissioner for Works and Transport under Governor Peter Obi and later went back to immerse himself in the academia as lecturer and head of department of economics at Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka. Okeke holds a Ph.D in monetary Economics. He attended Dennis Memorial Grammar School Onitsha and Universities in United States of America. He was until recently Head of Department of Economics Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka.
Boma Ozobia OON: is the founding Partner of Sterling Partnership, Nigeria. She led the SADC Lawyers Association (SADCLA) election observation team, comprised of lawyers from the 15 Countries of the SADC region to the South African National Elections in May 2014. She served on the Board of Trustees of the Royal Commonwealth Society and as President of the Commonwealth Lawyers Association 2011-2013 - the first woman President in the over 50 year history of this association of lawyers from 54 countries. She also served as the Chairwoman of the Association of Women Solicitors of England and Wales between 2005/2006. She is an experienced Arbitrator and an accredited Civil and Commercial Mediator. She was educated in England at Kings College, University of London where she obtained an LL.M in Maritime Law, and in Nigeria where she obtained an LL.B from Rivers State University of Science and Technology. She is admitted to practice law in Nigeria and in England & Wales.
Richard Taylor OBE is the Founder of the Damilola Taylor Trust. Richard set up the Trust to bring positive change to inner city communities and increase the options and opportunities available to youngsters in those areas. The Trust has also organised the Spirit of London Awards for the last two years, recognising the achievements of the capital’s youngsters. Richard also works as a New Business Consultant at Working Links and as an official adviser to the UK Government on Youth Crime.
A winner of the Pride of Britain Awards, a prestigious award event organised by the Daily Mirror Newspaper of the UK in total Special Recognition of the positive contributions towards solving youth crime in the UK, He was in 2008 appointed by the then Prime Minister, Mr Gordon Brown as his official Government Envoy and Adviser on youths Crime for UK. Her Royal Majesty the Queen, conferred on Richard the Award of The Officer of the Most Excellent  Order Of The British Empire (OBE) in her end of year Honours Roles for 2010.


Dayo Israel (LLB (Hons), MA International Relations) is a renowned polymath; A season diplomat, social entrepreneur, in demand evangelist, TV personality, astute motivational speaker, advocate, Conference facilitator, High Performance Coach, young thought leader and an advisor to many world leaders, business executive, politicians, young entrepreneur and sports professionals. He is also an internationally recognized personality with over 15years of professional experience in international development having worked with organisations such as The United Nations, British Council, Save the Children UK, UNICEF, in various capacities and has appeared on countless television interviews, commercials, talk shows, radio programs, and was even selected by the United Nations to represent all the young delegates to the UN General Assembly Special Session on Children on a special CNN Live Interview. Recently, He was specially invited by Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh to a private reception at Buckingham palace. He was also invited by the Obama Administration to the White House President’s Forum for Young African Leaders in Washington DC and an Alumnus of the US State Department International Visitors Leadership Program that has produced over 400 Heads of Government globally. He currently serves as Director for Africa at GLEEHD Foundation.

There is no love better than the love of food



The Nigerian Food Fusion is a savoury cooking class with the impeccable chef Eros, who is also the Chef ambassador for German home appliance brand, Miele.  It will take place on Saturday 14th March, from 10am-1pm at the Miele Gallery, 33 Sanusi Fafunwa Street, VI Lagos.
The  three-hour cooking class will include practical cooking demonstration on how to prepare Jollof rice risotto with moi moi, dressing ideas for plate-service purposes and some first-class plating concepts for your traditional meals.

Price per person: N9,500
Price plus one:     N12,000.
For your RSVP: events@aplusng.com


This class would be intriguing  for people with the love for food and of course, the recipe stays with you for as long as you will.

For more information call +2341 460 4003

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Saturday, 14 February 2015

THE POLITICAL LEADERSHIP AMONG YOUTHS (P.L.A.Y.) FORUM: “Trust But Verify”



“Trust But Verify”
It's important to be sure of the facts before you publish or repeat them.

It has come to the attention of the Play Forum that several respected citizens, and bloggers have been engaged in what we can only describe as erroneous reporting as regards the Play Forum Townhall Meeting held on the 1st of February 2015.

This as we have come to understand is largely due to a misleading caption on a video posted on the Facebook page of a Mr Ibrahim Adewumi.

This same video, along with its misleading information has found its way to portals such as ENDS.ng (Every Nigerian Do Something), Sahara Reporters, Lindaikeji.com, Naij.com, PMNewsnigeria.com, news24.com, Lailasblog among others.

We will not make much of this as we are fairly certain that this was done in error and not as a malicious act of any kind.
It has however prompted us to again state exactly what The Play Forum Townhall Meeting was.
The Political Leadership Among Youths (P.L.A.Y.) Forum is a body set up to foster youth engagement in matters of the nation, specifically with regards to voting officials into political office.
A forum was held on Sunday, the 1st of February, 2015 at the Transcorp Hilton Hotel Congress Hall, Abuja.
The upscale black-tie event hosted political stakeholders such as Dr Oby Ezekwesili, the Senior Economic Adviser - Open Security Foundations, who gave the keynote address titled "Killing Apathy: The Office of the Citizen".
The DG - Nigerian Economic Summit Group, Mr Frank Nweke Jr. was also in attendance and gave the second keynote speech on "Why we must get Involved" addressing the youth and encouraging participation in matters of the nation.
The Political parties in attendance were PDP with a team of 6 representatives led by the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Public Affairs, Dr Doyin Okupe, and APC also with a team of 6 representatives led by Boss Mustapha and Professor Okey.
Following entertainment by Classical guitarist, Jaiye and Musical Crooner Timi Dakolo, a Q&A session began where attendees were guided to limit questions to three main sectors; politics and good governance, the economy and security instability.
Both parties represented were given a chance to answer audience questions and final remarks given by Barrister Ismaila for the APC and Dr Okupe for the PDP. It was a heated discussion with vibrant audience participation and enthusiasm.

At this point we would like to categorically state the following:
The Play Forum Townhall meeting was in no way a press briefing for Mr Doyin Okupe or any other individual.
Again, the event was held at  The Congress Hall of the Transcorp Hilton Abuja and not at Aso Villa.
We would like to thank Bellanaija.com for their support and stellar levels of professionalism in covering and reporting information.

Sincerely,
The Play Forum

Sunday, 8 February 2015

Nigerian Youth engage Politicians at the P.L.A.Y Forum in Abuja! Exclusive Pics & Scoop |Oby Ezekwesili, Chigul, Doyin Okupe, Tolu Ogunlesi & More


The Political Leadership Among Youths (P.L.A.Y.) Forum was held Sunday 1st February, 2015 at the Transcorp Hilton Hotel Congress Hall, Abuja.

The upscale black-tie event hosted political stakeholders including Oby Ezekwesili, Senior Economic Adviser – Open Security Foundations, who gave the keynote address titled Killing Apathy: The Office of the Citizen.

The DG – Nigerian Economic Summit Group, Frank Nweke Jr. was also in attendance and gave the second keynote speech on Why We Must Get Involved, addressing the youth and encouraging participation in matters of the nation.

The political parties in attendance were PDP with a team of 6 representatives led by the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Public Affairs, Doyin Okupe, and APC also with a team of 6 representatives led by Boss Mustapha and Prof. Okey.

Following entertainment by classical guitarist, Jaiye and musical crooner Timi Dakolo, the event came alive as a Q&A session began. The session was moderated by Tolu Ogunlesi while the event was hosted by Chigul.

Attendees were guided to limit questions to three main sectors; politics and good governance, the economy and security instability. It was a heated discussion with vibrant audience participation and enthusiasm.

The P.L.A.Y Forum is a body set up to foster youth engagement in matters of the nation, specifically in regards to voting officials into political office.
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