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- Will Google+ Unseat Facebook on Social Media?
- How do I participate, when corporate does their own thing?
- What to do with cute and cuddly?
- I am a Brick and Mortar Store. Why should I be concerned about maximizing my internet presence and utilizing Social Media in my marketing mix?
- How Do I Make That “Stuff” Work?
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Claudia and Joe Leah, owners of Decorating Den in Naples, wanted to take advantage of the power of social media marketing. As a franchise owner, they had a corporate website, but they also needed to create their own identity and … Continue reading →
We spend a great deal of time discussing topics of online marketing: an online presence, integration of a Facebook business page, a website, blog site, electronic newsletters, etc. The usual response? “I set up a Facebook account, or I just updated my website.” … Continue reading →
The dust swirls up in a mini twister and rides across the street hitting the storefront downtown. Two Social Media Marketers creeping up to the next guy to see which one has the fastest draw to bring the business online … Continue reading →
The freshness of the cool air in Rhode Island felt great after flying in from our home town of Naples Florida. It was over 90 degrees when I left. The blast of cool air felt invigorating, two minutes later, whew, … Continue reading →
You never say bad things about your competiton, although I am not really certain that the author of the linked article is my competition. Yes, I am going to say things that could be construed as bad. Everyone wishes that … Continue reading →
According to an article in Media Post Publications, advertising using social media is not the exception, but becoming the norm. Nowadays, businesses should be engaging their customers not waiting for customers to walk through the door. Companies are quickly understanding this concept … Continue reading →