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Social Media Talk Hosted By Dennis J. Smith Join me at 1 PM Mountain Time (3 PM Eastern) for Social Media Talk as I talk about social media tips for small town businesses.
Social Media Tips Doing the right stuff on Facebook Webinars Please note that this weeks show is 30 minutes and will expand back to 1 hour soon.
October 14th, 2014
Our first PODcast on Blog Talk Radio!
More and more people are searching on their mobile phone for businesses. They are not looking for tons of information, they want a quick local search based upon a category of products or services in certain general local area.
Many times they don’t even know the name of the business, just where they are.
Did you know that there is a difference between traditional business searches online and Local Physical Searches online?
Google actually treats them differently!
Not only does Google, and the other search engines treat them differently, but because your business has a physical location can give you an advantage in your local market.
Local Physical Searches help you exploit this advantage in your local market.
Learn More at www.LocalSearchForBusiness.com
Blois Olson joins the show to talk about his various media and other endeavors. Bill and John review the week that was, noting that the primary is next Tuesday.
What is local SEO services and how might it help my business?
Local search engine optimization (SEO) services utilizes local listing sites like Google, Yellow Pages, Bing and yahoo etc. We provide local search engine optimization services focus on targeting local terms to enhance the ranking of your business on such sites. So, when consumers search specifically for local data concerning your kind of business, your business information contained on these sites appears among the top search results.
As the online visibility of your business increases, you'll soon find an increased number of likely buyers visiting your site, and that's how your brand gets promoted.
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At Jumpwire Media, 90% of our clients are big media companies in television, radio, and publishing sectors. Many of them are losing their best people as they struggle with issues such as:
Legacy technology platforms to communicate internally (e.g. internal email servers - no cloud, no open instant messaging platforms)
Lack of transparency
Lack of fast and strong wifi in th work place
Hierarchical organization structures
Over zealous IT and legal departments that restrict access to basic websites like Facebook
Desktop PC towers instead of laptops that limit mobility
Cubicle working environments
The people who work at these companies are overworked, frustrated, and struggling to bridge old media values with the transparency and speed of the emerging media industry.
What are some of the best practices that both small and largemedia companies can implement right away to eliminate the frustration and retain employees? We will discuss during the show using examples and case studies from past clients.
Hope you can join us.
In this interview I will be researching how technology affects the news. I will beinterviewing Ryan Dennis, the web producer for FOX 29. Ryan knows first hand howsocial media affects the news. He spends most of his day converting live stories intoFacebook, Twitter, and Instagram posts. He also post original stories and other FOXaffiliate stations to the FOX 29 website. He would be an interesting intervieweebecause I’ve experience what he does first hand and he is one of the younger peopleemployed by the station so he grew up in the age of technology. He can also giveinsight into where news is going for up and coming journalists. In the age oftechnology news s ever changing and he is always improving the FOX 29 interactswith the public through technology.