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Send Joe's eCommerce Website Launch

Joe's Kansas City Bar-B-Que wanted to generate awareness and interest in their new "Send Joe's Bar-B-Que" service. That included driving traffic to their website as well as increasing the time spent on site and increasing their email subscriber numbers for follow-up email marketing campaigns. See how their launch campaign turned into a DMA International ECHO Award for Best Web/Ecommerce campaign.

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How to Turn Students into Influencers: A Higher Education Marketing Story


If you work in higher education marketing and your job requires any of the following: new student recruitment current student interactions graduate student communications   Then I am writing this blog post just for you (but wait – if you don’t work in higher education and your job doesn’t require any of the above, you’ll probably still get some great ideas from the rest of this blog. Stick around!).   We’re about to dive into the world of influencer marketing and how you can integrate this tactic into your own […]

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Social Media Strategy for Multiple Location Businesses


The digital landscape for how you market your business and connect with customers at a local level is extremely important. As more local businesses create a stronger presence leveraging local search, reviews, and social media connections, it can become a more challenging task for businesses with multiple locations to manage. In order to compete with smaller businesses in all of your locations, you will need to create a concentrated and efficient local social media strategy.     Why is Localized Social Marketing So Important for Multi-Location Brands? In their latest […]

Google Ads to Eliminate Average Position Metric


In some significant news out of the Ads wing of Google HQ last week, it was announced that Google Ads will be sunsetting the Average Position metric. If you’re surprised (like I was) you can relax for now – the change isn’t coming until September. Surprised as I was, upon reflection the change makes a lot of sense. Below I’ll explain the “why” behind the move, as well as metrics to pay attention to moving forward.   Why Did Google Ads Get Rid of Average Position? From my first day […]

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