Jon Davey,winner of Social Media Week’s Social Media Personality of the Year, lives in Windsor and in 2002 launched Business in Berkshire as a vehicle for local businesses to boost awareness of their products and services.
I love his enthusiasm, the hustle and bustle of all of his sites and his friendly, easy to read style. What do you think? Use the comment box to let us know your thoughts etc.
Jon writes .. Since the launch of our content management system in 2004, hundreds of local businesses joined in but 99% failed to add regular content to their BinB web space, so have not made the most of its potential. The few that listened have generated thousands of pounds worth of revenue… one over £100,000!
The website still commands a great deal of SEO power and we are happy to share that power with our business partners.
Through a process of trial and error, I have worked out new ways to maximise awareness of your business using online marketing & social media engagement… I am happy to share my thoughts with you as a one off meeting or alternatively, you may choose to engage me on a more regular basis… take a look at a couple of options over on my Social Media Directors website.
Marketers champion email and social media over mobile and SEO marketing
Teradata Corporation (NYSE: TDC), the global leader in analytic data platforms, applications and services, today released, through Teradata eCircle, the UK results of its Data Driven Marketing Survey, Europe.
Over 70% of shoppers recently admitted to sometimes abandoning carts while browsing online (OnePoll). This problem can be fatal for eCommerce businesses which have to offer their customers the best user experience possible, or risk losing sales to the competition.
A golfer was involved in a terrible car crash and was rushed to the hospital. Just before he was put under, the surgeon popped in to see him. "I have some good news and some bad news, says the surgeon. "The bad news is that I have to remove your right arm!"
"Oh god no!" cries the man. "My golfing is over! Please Doc, what’s the good news?"