Do you feel like you can’t get everything done you need to?

Posted by Katja Pavlič on May 11, 2011

Are you working night and day and still feel you’re accomplishing nothing? If you want to change this, first you have to clear your vision and then become the master of your own time. In order to do so, you have to follow some simple, but useful steps. First you have to clear out some things..


How often to post comments on your Facebook wall?

Posted by Katja Pavlič on March 30, 2011

When administrating a Facebook page there are many questions that cross our minds. From what to post, when to post, how often to post, to how to interact with users and many more.


Hyundai Slovenija has a new webpage

Posted by Katja Pavlič on February 23, 2011

As the latest project, we have refreshed the website for our client Hyundai Slovenia. Our task was to create an attractive site in accordance with the company’s corporate identity. We have taken trends in online communication and quality of implementation of CMS(Content Management System) solution into account.

Promoting brands on Facebook

Posted by Katja Pavlič on January 31, 2011

With nearly 600 million users, Facebook is the biggest social network in the world. It connects a wide range of people, who spend more and more time collaborating through Facebook. Also in Slovenia, the popularity of Facebook is growing. According to the website there are 609 200 users of this popular network in our small country. The average user of Facebook fits in the age group between 25 and 34.

Customizing Google Maps

Posted by Inga Brūnava on December 29, 2010

Have you ever needed to quickly find location of some specific business or outlet close to you, but after searching through their website, all you found is some obscure list of addresses, and to successfully pick the most convenient & closest outlet you got to be either a geographic genius of the specific area, or simply very lucky?

In this time and age, Internet is the primary source of information and so many business interactions happen online, some companies tend to forget that their customers might need to actually physically find them. And that is a real shame, for not only it makes you lose customers, but also because there is a good and (the best feature of them all) free tool out there for it – called Google Maps.