Archive for the 'Small Business' Category
Whether your goal is a new customer, or new job, more than ever your online credibility is a key factor in your prospects’ decision making. That holds true for every service, institution, organization and professional who takes their career seriously. Whichever category you fall into there’s a list of ways to build your online credibility. There’s also a list of things that can detract from it.
Listen as John Follis presents to a crowded audience at the 2012 New York Small Business Expo on topics that include, Social Media, Facebook Pages, Content Marketing, Video, Blogs, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube, Google, Branding, and the value of “G-cred”.
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John was recently honored to speak at the 2012 New York Business Expo held at the NY Javits Convention Center. His topic, “Marketing 3.0″ addressed the constantly evolving (and often confusing) marketing landscape. Addressing a packed hall John’s talk covered Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, blogging, etc), traditional (advertising) and non-traditional marketing, mobile, QR codes, content marketing, PR, creating video, guerrilla marketing, branding (including personal branding), SEO, ROI, and the value of G-cred.
Through John’s innovative Marketing Therapy program, business owners from anywhere in the US can work directly with John to maximize the return on their marketing dollars. Play John’s talk below or Right click to download .mp3 file.
With the endless stream of new and improved technologies it’s impossible to keep up with all of it. So, the question is, “What’s really important to spend time on?” Web expert Marjorie Clark and I attempt to answer that by discussing Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, and the latest shiney object, Pinterest. Right click to download.
With 4 million readers of her Small Business Trends blog, publisher Anita Campbell is one of the country’s leading experts on small business. Anita explains why marketing is one of the biggest challenges for small businesses and what they can do to address it. She also explains why a successful effort requires a mix of both online and traditional media, even for businesses with limited budgets. Right click to download.