Apr 9 Posted 4 years ago
GREAT article Pam!! I mentioned it in my latest blog post.
Apr 8 Posted 4 years ago
Okay... killer question Pam. Sometimes you have to push to get companies to have the dog do the tail wagging, that is, forge a objective and strategy before taking action.
My objective: interest small business owners and managers into contacting me to discuss their online marketing needs.
My strategy: offer a steady stream of content to demonstrate my experience with and command of the most effective online marketing strategies and tools.
So, much like for my website, you should visit and like my facebook page [www.facebook.com/feldmancreative] because:
1) You will find content that I have reviewed or created to help you understand and apply the principles which will help make you a more effective online marketer.
2) You can find my blog feed there, which contains a steady stream of articles on, interviews about, and examples of how companies like yours are gaining momentum and loyal customers by sharpening their website and engaging customers with valuable content.
3) You will connect not just with me, but with many like-minded business leaders and practitioners who are charting the course to success by building online communities that impact and benefit many.
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