GlorySmile – Case Study 5

Apologies for the delay in updating the blog in some time. Things have been quite hectic and between work and holidays we put this on the back burner a bit. But we are back with another case study so that is the good news! Our new client is the website who are in the very popular business of teeth whitening products such as teeth whitening strips, teeth whitening kits and other related products. The website is brand new so it is a tough challenge in a competitive space but as we always love a challenge and have never done anything in this market before we thought it would be a good campaign for us.


First things first was the website itself. It is quite a small website so we would love to add more content to their blog and other aspects of the site and give a bit more value to the visitors to the website. We would then like to have a press release as this is a great way to get word out about a new business especially online and it can create a bit of a buzz for the business. We will then begin to make social media profiles and run some competitions to get likes and hopefully create a viral thread in this space.


We are under no illusions of how difficult a task this is considering the big players in the game. This is for sure going to be a long term project and we estimate it will take about 4 – 5 months to start seeing the fruits of our labour. As always patience is key in this business to stay tuned and lets see where we are come Christmas and go from there!

Is it ok to get second hand iPhone’s for sale?


Refurbished Phone: A refurbished phone is a phone which is either sent back by its user or was simply sold on by its previous owner and then necessary repair is done to make it work properly as a new one. A customer may send back his phone to its provider because there was some fault on the phone or for some other reason.

Refurbished phone generally comes with the original packing, but may not include all the accessories, but mandatory accessories will be provided when needed. But refurbished phones are tested and usually come with a warranty. Some time extended warranty is also provided with such phones by the seller.

Grades have been provided to understand the quality of the product. The grades are as follows:

refurbished iphones

Grade A – Grade A phones are those phones which will appear as a new one. There can be some minor signs of wear and tear.

Grade B – Grade B phones are those phones which may have some scratches, chips or other forms of light cosmetic damages.

Grade C – Grade C phones are those phones which will appear from the external view that they are used phones. They will have signs of wear and tear. But will be really low priced.

Buying a refurbished phone can be a very good option if you are looking to buy a particular phone that is currently high priced. The phone can be bought at a relatively lower price with almost same quality. But to buy such phones, you should have some specific knowledge to get best out of such phones.

How to buy a refurbished phone?

Select your phone: At first select a phone that you are eager to buy. If you can wait for the drop down of the price, then you should wait. But if you need to buy it now then you can go for the refurbished phone such as from who are leading sellers in Ireland.

Choose your seller: You need to choose a vendor from whom you will buy a refurbished phone. You can buy it from a local mobile phone dealer or online shopping websites. There are a number of sellers on the internet from whom you can buy such phones. You can also choose a trusted mobile phone dealer to buy the phone. From wherever you buy, make sure that they sell you the genuine product. Read the entire configuration carefully before you buy.

Check the warranty period: After selecting the vendor you should verify the seller according to their product. Different sellers provide different warranty on the same product. You should go for that seller, which provide maximum warranty period. So do check the warranty period.

Understand the return policy: You should always check the return policy of the vendor you have chosen. Definitely, the return policy will be for a limited period, but make sure that whatever time period is given, you can check the product and will be able to return in that time period.

So before buying a refurbished phone do make a proper analysis of the product with the vendor.

Case Study 3 –

This next case study is for the very competition security industry so again another challenge we are happy to take on (we love testing ourselves!).


As the crime rate around the nation continues to rise, more and more homeowners have invested in security systems to enhance the overall security of their home. Security alarms are great, but you should also purchase a few CCTV cameras. These devices will give you the ability to monitor and record criminal activity, so the perpetrator can be prosecuted and locked away. Of course, it is pertinent to make sure your CCTV cameras are strategically located. Below, you’ll find tips for ensuring correct placement.

High And Hidden

Although you’ll want to make sure your cameras are capable of spotting the crook, it is best to ensure the crook is unable to spot your cameras. Cameras can be a good deterrence, but they can also become a target. If the criminal is able to reach your camera, he or she will simply destroy it and make it inoperable, before entering your home. Keep the camera off of the ground and concealed to prevent this from happening.

Maximum Coverage

Secondly, it is also important to make sure your camera is capable of monitoring as much space as possible. Don’t stick the camera in the corner, where it will be unable to spot criminals. Instead, it should be placed in the precise location in which the criminal will most likely attempt to make entry.

Do A Little Trimming

If you happen to live around trees and bushes, you’ll want to trim them down. Not only will this increase the visibility of your camera, but also it’ll help to eliminate hiding places. This will increase the effectiveness of your cameras, while decreasing the potential for a break-in.