Spoilt Rotten Beads Engage in Social Networking on Facebook and Twitter
June 24, 2011 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsSpoilt Rotten Beads would like to invite customers online to join their social network community. The online retailer can now be found on both Twitter and Facebook interacting with customers both old and new.
Spoilt Rotten Beads specialises in jewellery making supplies and is a one stop shop for beads, jewellery making kits as well as tools and free jewellery making projects. Customers can shop for a range of beautiful beads online at www.spoiltrottenbeads.co.uk.
As an industry leader, Spoilt Rotten Beads offers an exceptional level of customer service and have taken a leap into the world of social media to further enhance their relations with past and present customers.
Customers that connect with Spoilt Rotten Beads on Facebook and Twitter can take advantage of exclusive company news and interact with other social network users that share similar interests. Customers can also take advantage of exclusive discounts on some of the most popular products from Spoilt Rotten Beads.
Customers are invited to join Spoilt Rotten Beads on Facebook and Twitter and share their latest jewellery creations and offer feedback on the latest beads. The online bead retailer offers countless opportunities to win freebies from their coveted product range.
Customers can connect with Spoilt Rotten Beads via their Facebook page online at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Spoilt-Rotten-Beads/129623897062637
ABOUT SPOILT ROTTEN BEADS, JEWELLERY & BRIDES LTD – BEADS FOR THE CREATIVE JEWELLER
Spoilt Rotten Beads, Jewellery & Brides Ltd was founded by Juliet Browse and stocks over 3,000 beads, findings and jewellery making kits. The Company specialise in bringing the latest beads to the market and showcase them through their online store. All Company employees are passionate about beads and making jewellery and staff are regular contributors and active members of the jewellery making scene.
Spoilt Rotten Beads are very active in jewellery social media sites and operate under a highly positive environmental and ethical policy. The Company trade a range of fair trade beads that generate invaluable income for developing communities as well as annually contributing a percentage of profits to charity.
Spoilt Rotten Beads, Jewellery & Brides Ltd
7 The Green
Tel: 01353 749853
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