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Ready to Feel Even More “Yelpless”? Congress Moves to Protect Consumers from You

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Two Congressmen, Eric Swalwell and Brad Sherman, both from California, have just introduced legislation designed to prevent businesses from taking retaliatory measures against consumers who leave negative online reviews about their experiences, the National Journal reports. At issue here are the fines (sometimes hundreds of dollars, occasionally thousands) that business owners have attempted to levy… Continue Reading »

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Are You Making the Most of Your Digital Marketing Agency?

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We’ve all heard the phrase, “If it ‘aint broke, don’t fix it.” And to some extent, we agree. If you’re happy with the work your digital marketing firm is doing for you – be it creating and curating your social media presence, designing your monthly eblast, or implementing a SEO strategy – then by all… Continue Reading »

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Getting Profits Out of Pinterest: The Analytics You Need To Be Looking At

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Pinterest is, in the words of NY Mag, eating its competitors alive. The fast growing social media platform caters to older women – generally a demographic group with both disposable income and an openness to new purchasing experiences – yet small businesses have been having a tough time using Pinterest as a marketing platform. The… Continue Reading »

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Surprise Surprise! Social Media Advertising Really Does Work – If You Do It Right

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I have to say I’m feeling pretty good at having the advice we give Technology Therapy Group clients completely vindicated by this eMarketer report which shows paid social media advertising converts more customers than organic content posting does. Here is some key information you need to know: YouTube and Twitter are currently the most effective… Continue Reading »