Pending Apple announcing their smart watch, I honestly believe Google has the best vision with their new Android Wear, which The Verge has been covering here.
They are taking it down to a nice simple style, taking their experience of Google Now and Glass. And sadly for Glass I much prefer this, it’s nicely understated and is relatively minimalistic in it’s functionality when compared to something like the Galaxy Gear.
The device shown above and the one I’m most excited for is the Moto 360 (which has a great video here) which actually looks quite classy, and it’s awesome that it’s round!

Pending Apple announcing their smart watch, I honestly believe Google has the best vision with their new Android Wear, which The Verge has been covering here.

They are taking it down to a nice simple style, taking their experience of Google Now and Glass. And sadly for Glass I much prefer this, it’s nicely understated and is relatively minimalistic in it’s functionality when compared to something like the Galaxy Gear.

The device shown above and the one I’m most excited for is the Moto 360 (which has a great video here) which actually looks quite classy, and it’s awesome that it’s round!

foolishdreamers asked:

I was just wondering what your opinion is off the chromebook? I'm thinking of getting one and wondered whether its worth it x

It’s pretty good so far, the track pad on the Samsung Series 3 one is a bit stiff but overall good for the price. I’ve only used it for one day properly so far but trying it out for at least the next week to see how I go.

If you have any particular questions just let me know :)

Content is King!


Crumpler
¬†is one of my favourite brands as they’re an Australian Company, provide great quality products, and are fantastic at engaging their community online. They are active across many online communities such as¬†Facebook,¬†Twitter,¬†Instagram, and¬†YouTube. Creating content is the main way of engaging their consumers in the long run as their bags are long lasting, thus aren’t a regular purchase. The majority of their business would be with new customers or customers that are buying multiple bags, so keeping these multiple purchasers engaged in the brand is one the best ways to increase the chances that they will purchase a Crumpler bag again. This is doubly important as they fit in a niche in the market, targeting the more passionate individuals that are willing to pay for quality rather than the mass market.

 

SEO wise Crumpler does a good job in a search for “messenger bag"¬†Crumpler’s website comes up as the second organic listing, and a search for "camera bag"¬†comes up as the first organic listing. Even when searching for "bag"¬†Crumpler comes up as the second organic listing, so their SEO work is really well done for such a large category. When searching directly for "Crumpler"¬†the information in the search results page is well displayed (as seen below) with good use of the title tag, site links giving quick access to the categories of bags, and local locations popping up on the Google Maps snippet.¬†Crumpler does a really good job at engaging their consumers via social media and aiding their discovery in search engines, through good SEO, generating quality content and good coding of their website. However this is important for a small company like Crumpler who doesn’t have the marketing dollars to spend on traditional ad campaigns. Really the only way that they could improve their SEO and possibly make it number one under “messenger bag” is for them to create a Google+ page to gain some more authenticity.

Though I guess what else would you expect of a company who has a strong online retail presence.