It all started with a tweet that caught my eye at a time I had dedicated my time to be on twitter.
This was the tweet
I blinked once, and blinked again. This was an opportunity not to be missed. Truthfully, my initial reaction was to ignored it as I thought this was too good to be true. Mind you, this was my default settings in me speaking, no offence to Gloria :-). It must have taken a fraction of a second for my thoughts to go through my default settings to me hitting that "retweet" button. In the meantime, whiles waiting for the results of this "mini event" organised by Gloria to emerge, I took a web trip to msimps website. I am an inquisitive person. Curiosity has not killed me yet and I doubt if it will ever [smile]. So this is my critique of the website. The first thing that caught may attention was a bunch of SQL, PHP coding errors. I have sent simps a whatsapp and hopefully she will have this rectified as soon as possible. The last thing you want lingering on your website, especially if it is used as a platform to sell you products, is for coding errors popping up here and there. Unfortunately I did not see similar bracelets featured in Gloria's tweet, being offered as an item to be bought on the website. I might not have looked hard enough, but I am quite certain it's not there. I am sure there is a valid reason for this. The reason I raised this is because the bracelet is very nice. I am wearing mine now. You will notice that there were 16 retweets of Gloria's initial tweet. If we do the math, it means there are 11 people out there who can be potential buyers. Fair enough, these 11 missed out on a freebie, but that does not mean that they will not be will to pay for the wrist beads given the means to. I feel that the website needs two major uplifts. The first is the fonts used are too small, secondly the "contact us" page needs to be redone.
Gloria announced the results and Kuku Dela is a lucky winner of an amazing well crafted bracelet.
After a few messages on Twitter and WhatsApp, I finally picked up my bracelet from what I presume to be an outlet near Bluegate Junction in Osu. Fortunately living in Nyaniba Estates made the trip to collect it an easy one.
The items being sold by msimps are really nice. I draw my conclusions from the bracelet I received. The bracelet has been well made and I am fairly confident that if these wrist beads are of high quality, so too are the rest of msimps products.
Finally, why don't you vote for msimps to win the Glitz Style Awards.
Click on this >>link<< and click the "like" button
Head over to Glitz Africa Awards page on Instagram and vote. You will need to search for glitzafrica in Instagram. Better still, click >>here<<. Then scroll through the pics until you come across that for Mabel and use the "like" button. Simple.