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  • 8 Jan
    by Paul
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    Why You Need Social Media in 2014

    Social Media is no longer an option. It is an essential marketing tool for businesses and organizations to help reach customers and decision makers. 73 percent of US adults use social networks.

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  • 8 Jun
    by Paul
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    How to Coordinate Social Media Feeds for Maximum Exposure

    A very important step many small businesses overlook when creating a social media marketing  strategy is the cross promotion of all their channels. You’ve probably spent a lot of time and effort  building a Facebook Fan Page, LinkedIn profile, Twitter account, YouTube channel and blog.  That’s great, but to get maximum exposure, you should link […]

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  • 2 Jun
    by Paul
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    Why You Need a Facebook Fan Page

    Thinking about creating a Facebook fan page?   What are you waiting for?  A fan page is one of the most effective ways to extend your brand and encourage two way communication with customers.  Need convincing?  Check out this blog: Ten Reasons You Need a Facebook Fan Page. Shoot me an email if you need […]

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  • 28 May
    by Paul
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    Stand Out From the Crowd

    I read with interest Seth Godin’s blog about how too many of us are trying to be the same.  I just had a similar conversation with the manager of an insurance agency who wanted help shaping the look of his new company website.  It had all the functionality he needed with forms for easy quotes and such, but […]

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  • 26 May
    by Paul
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    Lots of Connections Made at Sac Metro Chamber Expo

    I enjoyed meeting an amazing assortment of small business owners and entrepreneurs at the Sacramento Community Center this week.  The Metro Chamber Expo is the region’s big event for networking, backslapping and getting caught up on the latest business trends.  I shared a booth with my friend Joe Bayliss who was selling his Spill the Beans Marketing […]

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