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Is your Business Social Media Friendly: 3 ways to find out

Posted by Keith Griffis | On: Dec 19 2011 | Comments (0)
TweetMany people I work with are confused if their business is right for social media. When faced with the option of markeing via facebook, twitter, youtube, or any other “social” site, the first objection for most people is usually “Social...

Bing went Social, did your business?

Posted by Keith Griffis | On: Dec 14 2011 | Comments (0)
TweetSocial media has a growing influence on Search Engine Optimization. As google, bing, and others see your content retweeted, on google+, liked, on digg, etc it adds credibility and tells the search engine that your content is valuable and unique....

Email Marketing: How to Win back Unsubscribers to your Email List

Posted by Keith Griffis | On: Dec 07 2011 | Comments (3)
TweetEmail Marketing: How to Win back Unsubscribers to your Email List We all get too many emails on a daily basis. We also know that we lost subscribers from out lists on a regular basis right? This is a natural progression of people on our list. We...

How Facebook, Google+, Twitter, & Social Media are Changing SEO

Posted by Keith Griffis | On: Dec 05 2011 | Comments (0)
TweetWe have seen many instances over the last two years of social media sites like Facebook, Google+, and Twitter affecting the search engines. I see this having a positive and negative impact on marketing using SEO and search engines in general. In...

3 Marketing Lessons from the News Media: what to Learn and Un-Learn

Posted by Keith Griffis | On: Dec 02 2011 | Comments (0)
TweetThe news media is in be business of customer traffic just like websites. They are trying to get the attention of people and hold their attention for as ling as possible. Here are three lessons marketers and business owners can take from the news...

How Coldstone Creamery is missing the boat on Social Media

Posted by Keith Griffis | On: Dec 01 2011 | Comments (6)
Tweet As you can tell from the photo above, Coldstone Creamery cares what their customers think. That means that they are interested in either undersranding customer experiences for brand recognition or more likely they want to find ways to improve the...