Social Media projects vary from building social media platforms such as Facebook Pages to social media content writing and posting. Other projects consist of setting up and training someone how to use social media for their company or non-profit. In a third type of on going project we do every thing social for a monthly fee this might include social media writing, posting and monitoring, email marketing, and more. Our main goal is to deliver actionable results from on-line marketing.
Speaking about social media is a passion of mine. I have been called a Social Media Evangelist because I speak like I am on a mission to help business leaders make use of social media. This is true. I love to see the eyes light up when someone finally understands the positive impact social media can have on their lives. A typical speaking engagement might be a service club like Rotary International or a Chamber of Commerce. Or, could be an executive briefing with one or more members of a companies leadership team. My favorite types of talks are keynotes and break-out session at a conferences. If you are looking for a dynamic, engaging and informative speaker, you have found him in J.R. Atkins.
Your website is your most important on-line marketing tool. A website should give a visitor everything they need to make a decision to do business with your company. It’s the “sales person” that never sleeps, gets sick, or goes on vacation. When you mix human interaction with a good website, you have the winning combination for a success business. At Something Different Companies, we build a majority of our website sites on the WordPress Content Management System because it is easy to find help for this platform and easy to learn. We are glad to continue to keep your site updated and maintained. Yet, WordPress is so easy, many of our clients update and maintain their site themselves.
A friend shared this article on CRM – Customer Relationship Management Apps and thought I’d share it here for my readers and clients.
top CRM solutions with J.R. AtkinsClick on a category below to learn more about the strengths of those CRMs or jump to an app directly by clicking its name.Read More
“I wish we had something like this in Gatesville, I’d hang out here all the time.” These were the first words I spoke to my wife as we entered the Hotel Indigo in Waco.
I like the open air lobby as it has a sense of a “community room” to it. The check-in desk is small and off to the left of the room rather than the standard front and center. Off to the right is an informal sitting area and meeting rooms, in the center is the lounge and restaurant area; very inviting.Read More
Relating to June’s newsletter/blog topic of Continuing Education, I have been considering how we form our beliefs and how our beliefs affect our business. For example, have you ever run across someone that operates from the belief of “I’ll screw you before you screw me?” Or, how about someone who has an abundance mentality of “win-win” or “there is enough here for all of us?” Let’s look at the ways we develop our beliefs.Read More
If you consider yourself even somewhat successful in life, then you probably have an appreciation for continuing education. It does not matter if your education was attained in an artisan fashion through an apprenticeship program or if you hold a PhD from a prestigious university. Once we reach a level of skill and knowledge and begin to apply it, we find there is more to know. Some professions require CE units to continue one’s eligibility to practice their craft. For the rest of us, we are left to find our own way.Read More
What would cause the #2 and #3 to want to merge? To take on #1? What would cause them to back out of the merger? It’s been long enough since the the decision to Not merge was made that many arm chair executives are weighing on the reasons why and why not. If you did not see the Ad Age article I have include the Link and the first part of the article below.Read More