Red Carpet Studios - News

Red Carpet Studios Ltd (RCS Gifts) and All Jazzed Up ™ are committed to designing affordable women’s fashion and garden & gift products for the retail trade. When we release new products, we will update the latest news feed for All Jazzed Up ™ Fashion and Women’s Accessories and RCS Garden and Gifts.

Retailers will receive updates for our Giftware, Home and Garden products in our news wholesale blog updates. We look forward to sharing retail tips and display options to help attract consumers to our product lines. We want to hear from you! Please share your experiences with us so we may pass on to other retailers through our wholesale blog.

Retailers will also receive updates on our latest releases in Giftware for Home and Garden products in our news wholesale blog updates. We’ll also be developing retail tips and display options to help you attract customers to specific product lines. Please feel free to share your customer experiences with us so that we can pass on this valuable sales knowledge to other fine retailers through our wholesale blog.

How is Facebook surviving? Is it worth using?

For the majority of the last 6 years Facebook has been a sole portion of my life with online marketing. It's been one of the best methods of networking with minimal to no amount of funds to do so. There was no better place like the original Facebook days when business owners could post and users whom liked our page see what we're posting about. Yup those were the days that have long left us now fighting Facebook for our customer's engagement.

Did you know the average user on Facebook is now 35 or older. Why? Because it was the time when the now 35 year old users were younger and FB was fresh in their lives. As many of us grew up and had our own kids this trend is slowly fading transitioning towards other social media platforms. Again the question so why? Let me tell you why. Remember those days when you never wanted to be like your parents? Well this is still the circumstance with Facebook. Kids just don't want to do what their parents do. I have a 14, 12, and 10 year old actively on social media. They are where I learn what's new and trending.

Facebook estimates in the next 7 years they (FB) will lose 80% of their users to other social media platforms like Twitter, Instagram, Vine, Snap Chat and others. Technology is advancing so quickly and these younger age tech nerds (if they like it or not) are migrating to what is better, newer, and not what their parents use. Not to mention we went form two social platforms of Myspace and Facebook to dozens of them. The best bet would be to see what social media platform is dominating in your local area.

I'll have more explanation and tips coming in the future. If you have a marketing question please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and I'll post a blog on the topic.

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