Business Is A Social Animal
Authored by: Sean  

Whatever Aristotle said about man being a social animal applies to a business organization too! In the world of social networking and digital connections, business by nature is a social animal, an entity which is unsocial, either naturally or accidentally will not be noticed by customers and others in the business ecosystem. Any business which either cannot go social or is so self-absorbed as not to need to and therefore remains outside the domain of “socialdom” is either dead in the water or has very few customers.


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It is not an ego trip that makes a business such as ours foster a huge presence on the social media sites! Visibility in the digital world gives a better opportunity to interact more relevantly with customers. A deeper interaction ergo means better business, in the most holistic meaning of the term. So what have we done to be a social animal? Well, we have tapped into Pinterest, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and Google+ for starters. Of course we have our website too, and here is how you can converse with us on other sites as well. You can access us by scrolling to the bottom of our website and looking for the various buttons.


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Pinterest will take you to our page which has some fabulous images of almost all our brands. You can choose to follow a particular brand or follow all our pins. You can get some great deals and genuine ones at that, on leading brands of watches – Fossil, Tissot, Michael Kors – to name just a few.

YouTube gives us some excellent opportunities to speak to you. has Dave whose reviews on watches are known to be unbiased, informative and interesting. You can write to him on YouTube too. When you go through our website, the models that have got a YouTube review are also marked clearly. So you can check it out before making your purchase decision. For instance, the ‘video review’ button to the right of the image of the

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