It’s one thing to say that you can do this or that…it’s a whole different thing to actually prove it. The materials I’ve created are as diverse as my background and work history.
If you’re curious if I’ve had experience in other areas of marketing, I have. There’s only so much room I want to dedicate to the webpage.
Social Media Marketing
But I’m onto your crafty ways – and understand what the latest change means for organic search results. We used to chase inbound links and keyword density and meta tags…which are still important. But if you’re not on Google+, or whatever the latest focus of the algorithm says, then you’re missing the boat. I hate missing boats, and I won’t let you miss this one.
And lets not forget that a well placed retargeting campaign will continue to get the message back in front of web visitors long after they’ve left the website.
Social media IS EVERYWHERE, and it all starts with what you may be viewing this page on – your smartphone. A good social media campaign includes all the various online technology tools integrated together, not as stand alone media. Optimally, social media will include audio, video, images, podcasts, and other multimedia communications. Most importantly, it includes shareable content. I have created mobile marketing messaging, tweets, facebook events, Fourquare, P’interest, mobile ads, QR codes and on and on.
Wait a minute – you’re probbly saying that “my customers don’t do that facebook thing”. First, you’re wrong. Second, the value of social media extends far beyond that one tweet. It’s all about driving page rank too.
Still don’t get it? Then just ask.
You – “Have you done Radio? Newspaper? Magazine? Point of Purchase? TV?”
Me – “Yes, a lot of everything. I’ve even done spots that have aired on Superbowl Sunday.”
You – “Okay…I guess you’re more than qualified.”
Me – “Yes. Yes I am. So when do I start?”