Social Media Integration

Whether you like social media or not, it is essential that you become involved, whether you are an individual sole trader doing freelance work, a small business or even a large corporation with thousands of employees. People use social media every day of their lives and after google, is the first place they look for things they need. Facebook and twitter are fairly important for anyone to get involved in, with both being free to create business pages there isn’t any cost worries involved. LinkedIn is great for freelance workers and contractors as it works on a more professional level, rather than entirely social and spread to pretty much everyone like facebook and twitter.

Google + is also a great social media network, which i highly recommend for anyone to get into; once again, this service is free.

Once you have set up your social network profiles/pages it is important to regularly update them with good content, it doesnt need to be updated daily, but keeping a consistent, regular update pattern is a good way to start (once every week or two works well, as it doesnt overload your followers/fans).

Embedding and integrating these social media networks into your website can steadily increase traffic across all platforms, which is great for business, so consider adding even just icons with links to your social pages on your contact and/or about us page and good luck with your social media endeavours!

Thai Massage Mascot Review – Banbutsaba Massage

Thai Massage Mascot Review – Banbutsaba Massage

I recently designed a website for Banbutsaba massage and felt compelled to test out their services to ensure the content going on the website would be accurate. So far i have tried the deep oil massage, hot stone massage and hot herbal massages.

I have been thoroughly impressed with all of the massages i have had, all with different girls so far. The massages left me feeling great each time, reliving some sore muscles i had from playing footy and my sore back from sitting in a chair on the computer a lot for work, as im sure we all can relate to.

The Deep Oil massage is still my favourite one (cheaper than the hot stone or hot herbal massages) as its incredibly relaxing, whilst still forcing the tension out of the muscles and actually making my whole body feel better, which i’ve had 3 times so far, each time it has been exceptional, i definitely recommend this one.

The massage parlour is located at 117 Maloney St, Mascot which is near Sydney and Botany, so it should be pretty easy to get to for anyone living in or near the city.

You can check out their website for more info on the Thai Massage Mascot services or to call them an book or enquire here.

Here is a snapshot of the website:

Thai Massage Mascot - Banbutsaba