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How @tlanta inbound Uses Emailed Newsletters

From time to time we are asked questions about our monthly email newsletter that we have produced for three years. Although we claim…
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Changing Consumer Behavior: Certainty

In our prior article I addressed how the Internet, bolstered by smart phone usage, had made consumers “spontaneous actors.” When a need or…
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Changing Consumer Behavior: Spontaneity

Today, we are going to look how the world of marketing to consumers has been impacted by the Internet. Understanding the way the…
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Five Ramifications of Being Found Online

Your business’ online presence sends all kinds of messages. Some obvious. Some subtle. Let’s look at a few. 1. Confirms existence. Prospects for…
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Save Money: Avoid Paid Online Directory Listings

Online directory listings are important for local businesses desiring prominent exposure to prospects on the Internet. You are familiar with “directories” even if…
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Ten Possible Resolutions for Your Business in 2017

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! As you enter the new year, may we make some resolution suggestions for your business? Surprisingly, they…
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Google My Business

It still amazes me how many enterprises are not registered owners of their Google My Business profile online. It’s free, and it’s crucial…
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How Will They Find You?

Metro Atlanta is forecast to add another 2.5 million people by 2040. Two and a half million MORE people. This growth will push…
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Marketing Psychology and the Thrill of the Hunt

Central to marketing a business online is understanding how very distinctive it is from all other forms of marketing. SEM – search engine…
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Kids & Soccer | Local Businesses & Online Marketing

Learning to Play “the Game” You’ve witnessed it: Young children playing soccer for the first time. Wherever the soccer ball goes, the team…
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