Caffeine Spot

All about the buzz

Blogger’s Promo

Mention Caffeine Seapoint in your blog (doesn't even have to be a good mention)… then let us know about it (comment' or trackback) and you can have a delicious muffin and coffee on the house.

We'd like to fill our blogroll up with Cape Town city area bloggers…. To build some kind of community and host get togethers at the shop when the numbers are looking respectable. So, let us know your URL and pull in for your freebie muffin & coffee.

We'll try give fellow bloggers ample reason to talk about us. After all, markets are conversations. (Especially our market!!)

Max Kaizen (genius marketing consultant) & Rafiq Phillips (Web Application Design & Development) your muffin and coffee are waiting for you!

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June 15, 2006 - Posted by | promotions & giveaways

16 Comments »

  1. We have our first 2 winners…

    Nice one Max
    Nice one Rafiq

    Your prize will not be DELIVERED, as it has to be enjoyed HOT and FRESH to enjoy to the MAX…Maximum, that was…not going to explain – i’m sure you get it…

    Anyone else for a Free Caffeine Cappachino?

    Comment by Eric | June 15, 2006 | Reply

  2. BarCampCapeTown, day one…

    So, the first ever BarCamp in Cape Town kicked off today. It was very informative so far, with a number of interesting talks:

    What they didn’t teach you in CompSci 101, by a gentleman whose name I unfortunately cannot recall now, who, with 17 y…

    Trackback by /var/blog/messages | June 17, 2006 | Reply

  3. haaai bo! I think the genius marketer halo belongs more rightfully to the DAVE! (www.daveduarte.co.za)what y’all say?

    Comment by maxkaizen | June 17, 2006 | Reply

  4. […] I got to see a lot of this logo this weekend thanks to this man>> […]

    Pingback by Maximize! » Wanna come in for a coffee? | June 19, 2006 | Reply

  5. […] Marketing 2.0 – Dave Duarte A fascinating presentation on the way marketing is going. Viral marketing and blogging are definitely two of the biggest, and probably cheapest, marketing tools available today!Dave used the success around Stormhoek wines as a case study. Just check out these guys web stats, amazing growth in an amazingly short time frame!Graham Knox from Stormhoek wines had a tight advertising budget, and didn’t want an advertising company to swallow it up, so he turned to blogging. His offer: any person who blogged about the Stormhoek blog would get a free personalised bottle of wine. The offer was happily accepted by loads of people and back links came firing in.Obviously it helps to have Hugh McLeod, the well known disruptive marketer, and owner of the famous blog, Gaping Void as a mate. Hugh drew some of his famous cartoons for Stormhoek.A long story short (that you can read more about @ the Stormhoek blog), Stormhoek won Best consumer Campaign” for online work at the London International Wine and Spirits Trade Show, they are now exporting to the USA and the UK, and soon to China I think, all because of a blog!Dave also used Caffeine Spot as a case study. A new and fast growing blog written by some guys running a coffee shop in Sea Point, Cape Town. They have a similar offer, blog about them and get a free coffee and muffin. And that’s what I’ve done. And now I have lunch. […]

    Pingback by Mark’s Digital Farm » Blog Archive » Barcamp Cape Town reviewed | June 21, 2006 | Reply

  6. LJ doesn’t do trackbacks, but my Caffeine mention is at http://jerith.livejournal.com/19396.html.

    Great promo!

    Comment by jerith | June 21, 2006 | Reply

  7. I think this is a great idea and I’m hoping I’ll have the time to drop in and mingle. Please note I have mentioned you on my blog http://www.craigjamieson.com … but listen, can we change that coffee for a tea?

    Comment by Craig Jamieson | June 22, 2006 | Reply

  8. Thanks Jerith:-) It’s not prostitution if you enjoy it. (Hey, we’d know – the first Caffeine is next door to Moulin Rouge!

    Wow Craig! What a review! Thanks! We’ll let u know when the next network meet is happening (it’s currently only every second week).

    Comment by caffeinespot | June 22, 2006 | Reply

  9. Pingback by Anonymous | June 28, 2006 | Reply

  10. My blogroll: http://tinyurl.com/jckmx

    Comment by Nick | June 29, 2006 | Reply

  11. Hey that’s gratuitous – Nick set up a blog just so he could claim a muffin and coffee!!!

    Comment by Hey! | June 29, 2006 | Reply

  12. […] Caffeine can be found at 11 Regent Street in Seapoint, Cape Town. It’s the latest addition to a growing number of Caffeine coffee shop franchises in the Mother City. What differentiates this particular watering hole from its competitors is the attention Caffeine is getting thanks to a very clever marketing initiative by the owners and a whole whack of blogging buzz – citizen journalists writing about it on the web in personal journals and websites. […]

    Pingback by Mike Stopforth » Blogs Boost SA Businesses | July 5, 2006 | Reply

  13. GREAT READ!

    defenitely education, useful, and helpful.

    Thanks again

    http://www.CaffeineMarketing.com/

    Comment by Matthew Peschong | July 18, 2006 | Reply

  14. Bush is forever saying that democracies do not invade other countries and start wars. Well, he did just that. He invaded Iraq, started a war, and killed people. What do you think? Why has bush turned our country from a country of hope and prosperity to a country of belligerence and fear.
    What happened to us, people? When did we become such lemmings?
    The more people that the government puts in jails, the safer we are told to think we are. The real terrorists are wherever they are, but they aren’t living in a country with bars on the windows. We are.

    Comment by Antibush | February 13, 2007 | Reply

  15. Peace people

    We love you

    Comment by HelloWorld | April 28, 2007 | Reply

  16. […] exporting to the USA and the UK, and soon to China I think, all because of a blog!Dave also used Caffeine Spot as a case study. A new and fast growing blog written by some guys running a coffee shop in Sea […]

    Pingback by Barcamp Cape Town reviewed – Mark Forrester | June 27, 2016 | Reply


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