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How Custom On Hold Messages Help Your Business

 In today’s advanced technology era, it’s easy to forget about technology that’s been around for many years. On hold messaging is one of those. But, customers still value and use the phone.  387 more words

Lead Generation

Five aspects to every good digital marketing strategy

Digital marketing is all about predicting the next big thing. But while different trends come and go and as different channels and platforms grow in popularity then disappear, certain foundational principles of good digital marketing remain. 395 more words

Marketing

You don’t need to be a coding guru to develop a chatbot

Thanks to chatbots, people now have the convenience of interacting with brands or websites without having to contact a live person. Chatbots are set to revolutionize the customer service industry. 520 more words

Mobile Marketing

Leo's Daily Advertising Tip - On Mobile Marketing

#mobilemonday Don’t use the same subject or headline in all media. Mobile needs a shorter line to capture the reader on the go & to get the reader to click.

Daily Tips

Do you have an app for your business yet?

We have often heard the phrase ” There’s an app for that” but they are getting more popular iand n my opinion they are more effective than trying to post to the social media platforms – Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin etc etc… 151 more words

News For Small Businesses

How Realtors Can Benefit From Mobile Marketing

As is the case with virtually every other industry, real estate is growing increasingly mobile. By that we mean that home sellers and buyers are more likely to go their phones first when creating or searching for listings. 502 more words

Mobile Marketing

No Facebook’s chatbots weren’t planning to overthrow humanity

Facebook’s AI team made headlines across the world this week when they announced that they were shutting down a chatbot project after their chatbots developed a new language to more effectively communicate with each other–a language humans couldn’t understand. 483 more words

Marketing