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Old school social networking still matters

I recently attended ArcUS12, a three-day networking event that brings together architects, designers and suppliers for seminars, scheduled 30-minute meetings and lots of opportunities to socialize. The event was superbly planned and executed (kudos to Bond Events, the organizers of the forum), and an excellent reminder that "social networking" existed long before LinkedIn, FaceBook, Twitter etc. appeared on the scene, and that the old school version of face time with your customers is as relevant and powerful as ever.

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Can your business afford to be anti-social?

Caught an interesting article in the Harvard Business Review today on the disconnect between the seemingly natural fit of social media with a salesperson's business development activities and the surprising number of sales professionals who have yet to tap into these tools in a meaningful way...

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There's no shortcut to good SEO

It's done. Our shiny new website, husseyseating.com, is officially launched. Since there's one core function for a business website – make it easy for customers and potential customers to find and buy your products – we were to determined from the start of this project to do it "right" from an SEO (search engine optimization) perspective:

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Social Media's Texas-sized marketing impact

Social media today is an absolutely core marketing strategy in the toolkit of many of America's largest and most successful corporations. Millions of dollars are invested in crafting the right strategy, implemented with sophisticated software tools to execute the campaign, gather the metrics and provide the analysis to measure the ROI. Then there's the rest of us...

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