Category: ‘value content’

What is Google My Business?

Is your business struggling to get the word out on new events or offers going on? Is business slow and you’re looking for a way to bring in new customers? Google My Business is a way to create an easy access for your customers to all the information they would need to know about your […] Read more

Improve Customer Reviews with Shopper Approved Software

As a business owner, an important aspect of your business comes with the ability to share user experience. You want potential customers to know you can offer a GREAT service, and share those reviews with all in your network. (Better still, all who are searching your brand or industry.) However, unless viewers are specifically looking […] Read more

Advanced Web Design: Feedback and Measurement

In 1998, I embarked on journey I had no idea would bring me here to Stand And Stretch. That year I became aware that self expression was not limited to paper and pen or soapbox forums. There was an entire world learning how to use a computer to visit websites that helped explain details of […] Read more

ProjectSocial.org Launches its First Project: And We Were a Part of It!

We have partnered up with ProjectSocial.org to help organizations in need through digital marketing and online communications.  Mainly, website design and related services.  Thus joining the ranks with some great partners who you can find on the website here. Mitchell Body Shop in Phenix City, AL was a great first project.  Taking a 25 year old […] Read more

Facebook Offers: 5 Things To Consider Before Creating An Offer

It has arrived. The newest edition of the Facebook Deals has become available on our Pages this morning and I wanted to share my two cents.  Facebook Offers is a very simple solution to entice users to engage your store and drive foot traffic into your location.  However, I am not quite sure this fits […] Read more

Cost Per Like: Making The Most Of Your Facebook Marketing [INFOGRAPHIC]

This is the first time I’ve seen ‘Cost Per Like’ outside of our reporting and analytic approaches.   We always define our success by growing Facebook communities through promotions, Ad management and content strategy by reducing the amount of expense per like.  It is great to see that Webtrends found that on average the cost of obtaining […] Read more

Thank You Facebook – Free Facebook Ads for Small Businesses

True to form, Facebook has lived up to it’s promise. In an attempt to boost small business users, Facebook has unveiled a new program, Facebook Marketing Solutions, that includes giving away $10 million in advertising credits. The program is in partnership with the US Chamber of Commerce and the small-business group National Federation of Independent […] Read more

Reviews: A Close Look at the Recommendation Culture

I know what you are thinking. How can a generation of online tools and closely interconnected communities NOT change culture?  Right?!  🙂 We tend to forget that each of us possess the natural tendency to let everyone know we do not like something.  What’s worse is that a large majority of those people are shy […] Read more

Facebook launches new Ads Manager and Webinar Walk-Through

It may be news some most of us, but the new Ads Manager documentation has existed since May 5, 2011.  This really means they just decided to roll out the changes to most users in an email newsletter.  Mainly to those of use who had created Ads in the past or had access to Ads […] Read more

Social Media And The Future

I was recently asked during a presentation about my thoughts on the future of social media.  My answer is still turning over in my head now I was ready to speak my mind.  I had read many chapters on social media and its place in our lives and perhaps this is the most intriguing aspect that drives […] Read more

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