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Win a cuddly raccoon USB warmer!

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USB powered raccoon wrist-warmer

USB powered raccoon wrist-warmer

Win-a-raccoon competition

Win-a-raccoon competition

Here at Seven Creative, we’re offering you the chance to win a cuddly raccoon USB warmer.

All you have to do is like our Facebook page for the chance to win this cute little guy, who’ll keep you toasty warm in front of your computer until summer arrives.

We are great fans of them in the office, especially Ellie. It’s not often you’ll see her eagerly typing away without his cute little face peeping out from under an item of her clothing! As you can see from the desperate look on this one’s face, he can’t wait to be won.

We’ll allocate one winner from the first 25 people to like our Facebook page, and after 50 likes, we’ll allocate another.

Go to https://www.facebook.com/pages/Seven-Creative-design-agency/135031813196711 or use the button below for your chance to win the lovely fellow! Good Luck!

Written by Chris

March 1st, 2012 at 1:55 pm

Social media: A personal touch in an impersonal world

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Seven Creative’s well established and new customers are recognising the growing importance of social media. We’re proud to say that we can now offer customers new and innovative services ranging from writing blog entries, Twitter posts and Facebook updates, to designing and personalising social networks.

Ellie Storey, Social Media Manager at Seven Creative,  said “There is so much competition on the digital high street that simply having a website is often not enough. So due to the changing needs of our customers, and demand, we have expanded our services to include a new social networking service.”

Twitter now boasts an impressive 175 million users, and Facebook has 640 million users across the globe, half of which log on daily. Blogs are increasingly common and websites including Search Engine Optimised text are now a must in order to compete successfully.

Seven Creative’s principle designer Chris Day said, “Using social networks to increase visibility is something we all need to do these days as the landscape of the internet changes. Social network integration is often difficult to get to grips with and certainly not something most business owners have the time to do properly. That’s where we come in.”

“We can provide the full spectrum of social networking services to get your business in front of your customers. We are able to assess how your company can benefit from social networking and work with your available budget to help you get the best from it, ” said Chris.

Social Media: The Benefits

  • Social media allows your customers to immediately give feedback on your products, services and marketing techniques.
  • It provides you with an easily accessible personal relationship with your customers that is designed to make them want to support your company and buy your product.
  • It provides you with advertising and encourages a sense of camaraderie between you and your customer.
  • Social media is a great way for your customers to remember you, your product and your brand. It’s also about customers getting to know other people and a product or service, with product loyalty being an end goal.

Contact Seven Creative now for more information.

T: 0114 383 0711

Email Ellie at: ellie@sevencreative.co.uk

Or visit our website: www.sevencreative.co.uk

Written by Chris

December 9th, 2011 at 11:32 am

How to create an RSS feed from your Facebook Page or Facebook Profile

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How to create an RSS feed from your Facebook Page or Facebook Profile

Here is a quick guide to creating an RSS feed (or ATOM feed) from your Facebook Group or Profile

Facebook change this sort of thing regularly, however, at the tome of writing, it is working RSS feed from a Facebook Group


  1. Go to the Facebook Group page and get the group ID. It should be in the URL as a number or query – looking something like this: id=13503181319671 – however, if you can’t see it, try clicking on the profile image to get the ID in the URL.
  2. For an RSS, put the ID it at the end of this URL after the ‘=’: https://www.facebook.com/feeds/page.php?format=rss20&id=
  3. For an ATOM feed, put the ID at the end of this URL after the ‘=’: https://www.facebook.com/feeds/page.php?format=atom10&id=

You should now be able to receive the status update via an RSS or ATOM feed

To get an RSS feed of the notifications from your Facebook Profile:

Log into Facebook

  1. Go to https://www.facebook.com/notifications.php
  2. Click the RSS feed button at the top which will give you a URL looking something like this: https://www.facebook.com/feeds/notifications.php?id=<your profile ID here>&viewer=623861399&key=69891f07ce&format=rss20


Written by Chris

January 21st, 2011 at 1:13 pm

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