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Is your SharePoint business critical?

Posted by Amanda Parsons on July 20th 2011 in News

Partnership and playing to ones strengths are very important here at Optix. We recognise what we can and cannot do so always look to work with the very best partners in areas we don't work in. One of these areas is Sharepoint integration. MSM Software Solved based in Exeter, London and Bristol are the partner we would pass...

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Have we told you about Envirosend and how we will donate to Devon Wildlife Trust?

Posted by Amanda Parsons on May 27th 2011 in News, Company News, Online Marketing

Take control of your email marketing today Attract new customers, raise brand awareness and increase product sales. Everything you need to create successful email campaigns comes standard with Envirosend. What is Envirosend? Envirosend is an easy-to-use, web-based email marketing system that allows you to create, target, send and measure direct marketing campaigns. Whether you want to attract new customers, raise brand awareness...

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Are you missing out on sales for your Business

Posted by Amanda Parsons on April 18th 2011 in E-Commerce, Social Media, SEO, News, Online Marketing

Optix Solutions, a Web Design and Online Marketing company based in Exeter, along with your City Centre Manager, John Harvey are putting on a FREE seminar. This is your chance to learn how you can catapult your sales online and get people into your store using social media. This seminar, worth at least £150 pp, will cover all the...

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The Hunt for the Deli of the Year 2011 has begun

Posted by Amanda Parsons on April 4th 2011 in Design, Development, News

Each year Olives Et Al run a Deli of the Year competition in order that the general public can nominate and vote for their favourite Deli. This year Olives Et Al approached Optix Solutions, in Exeter, for the design of their new Deli of the Year website. Optix Solutions were proud to be selected as the chosen Web Designer...

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Tsunami (Earthquake) in Japan

Posted by on March 11th 2011 in News

Today we saw a pretty devasting Earthquake happen in Japan, measuring 8.9 magnitude. Here is how you "internet people" can keep up to date and more importantly, help out. On Twitter Hash tags to follow: #japan #tsunami People to follow: @BBCBreaking @SkyNewsBreak Donate to support people affected by the Japan Tsunami People to donate to: Red Cross Our thoughts and prayers are with those affected...

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Why you need to know about the changes to Website Regulation

Posted by Amanda Parsons on February 2nd 2011 in E-Commerce, News, Online Marketing

From the 1st of March 2011, marketing communication on websites will be regulated by the ASA (Advertising Standards Authority), the UK’s independent regulator of advertising. According to the CAP (Committee of Advertising Practice), the ASA's online remit has been extended to cover communication on organisations' own websites (“regardless of sector, type of businesses or size of organisation”) as well...

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