It goes without saying that since the global recession in 2009, the cost of living has skyrocketed. Accordingly, the average modern family spends a lot more time thinking about how to lower utility bills and generally bring down day-to-day spending. An audit of energy usage in the home is always a great place to start, especially given the soaring price of electricity. Household appliances account for approximately 35 percent of all power consumed in the home– a fact which is leading many to purchase new, energy efficient refrigerators, washing machines and air conditioners.
Following this trend, device makers are seriously beginning to think GREEN.Most products are now flaunting energy saving technologies to capture the market.
Apparently anticipating that competitors may spring surprises in this regard, LG Electronics recently came up with a range of refridgerators donning the inverter linear compressors.
iPubliciseNaija boosts relationships on HootSuite platform
iPublicizeNaija has joined the HootSuite solution partner program to offer social relationship platform for businesses and organizations.
The platform helps businesses to collaboratively manage social marketing, social customer service, and social selling. HootSuite is used by over 744 of the Fortune 1000 companies, including global brands like Virgin Group, Sony Music Entertainment, Seagate and millions of other groups. With advanced tools and services available for security, collaboration, engagement and analytic measurement of social media strategy, HootSuite is built to bring brands top social Return On Investment, ROI.
iPublicizeNaija’s clients benefit the ability to launch social media strategies, identify and grow new audiences, and distribute targeted messages through HootSuite dashboard.
Airtime top-up in CreditSwitch
Phone top up company, CreditSwitch has launched an airtime gifting website to simplify the sale and distribution of airtime globally from the comfort of laptops or mobile devices.
Built on an idea that enables users to share or sell airtime across any network across different countries, it would enable over 17 million Nigerians in diaspora to purchase and send airtime conviniently on all major telecommunication networks, MTN, Glo, Airtel, Etisalat and Visafone to their loved ones back home.
According to the CEO of Creditswitch, Mr. Tayo Adigun, the beauty of this initiative is that payments for airtime can be made using debit and credit cards like MasterCards and VisaCard, both local and international, making it a very convenient way to credit recipients’ lines instantly, devoid of complicated processes.