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What Are Your Default Settings?

January 12, 2011 by  
Filed under Local Online Marketing, Marketing

When running a small business marketing is just about always the last thing on the business owner’s plate. There are so many other things to do just to keep the doors open that by the time the owner finds time to think about marketing, the day is gone, the owner is exhausted and the creative juices stopped flowing hours earlier.

Social Media is the New Customer Service

January 11, 2011 by  
Filed under Social Media Marketing Tips

Imagine having someone call and complain about your company or its products/services. You’ve probably had it happen at some point if you are running any type of business, right? Now, imagine a disgruntled customer sending a “tweet” out via Twitter to an audience of 2000 people; imagine if each of those 2000 people sent it [...]

5 Tips for Making Quality Friend Connections on Facebook

January 9, 2011 by  
Filed under Direct Sales

How many times does it happen to you (or do you DO it?) You get a random friend request from someone you don’t know; they have a picture of their dog; their wall is blocked from the public and they don’t send a personal message saying why they want to be friends? ARGH!?! What is [...]

Social Media Weather Report

January 6, 2011 by  
Filed under Marketing

Weather can play a huge part in your social media marketing plan. Are you incorporating the weather as a key component in how you market?

Who’s Managing Your Social Media Marketing

January 4, 2011 by  
Filed under Social Media Marketing Tips

Social Media Marketing It’s certainly the buzzword in the business world today. Whether you are watching the news; reading the menu at your favorite restaurant; or surfing online, one can’t help but notice the “Connect With Us on Twitter and Facebook” icons and verbal reminders are springing up everywhere! Do you know what this could [...]