WebSearchSocial interviewed Green Sun Energy Services President Glen Koedding about why he’s revamping his website, why there’s no such thing as “free solar,” and what California is taking from New Jersey (hint: it’s not retirees).
From Basement Startup To Thriving Business: Interview With Glen Koedding of Green Sun Energy Services
Grassroots Marketing And Community Outreach: 5 Questions With Bob Hilton Of The Jersey Shore Convention And Visitors Bureau
In the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, the Jersey Shore Convention and Visitors Bureau launched the Open for Business campaign. The goal is to promote Jersey Shore businesses and share the real story about the state of the local business community and the region’s popular tourist attractions. The catch is that they have no budget, and perhaps a bigger challenge is overcoming media portrayal of the Jersey shore as a wasteland, when the reality is that many businesses are up and running again. Find out how Bob Hilton tapped into grassroots marketing and a strong community to help get the word out and bring business back to the Shore.
We spend time, money and brainpower coming up with the best content we can and few things are as frustrating as finding huge chunks of that content scraped, duplicated and otherwise pilfered. Jonathan Bailey has had his own struggles with plagiarism and has been helping people fight it for nearly a decade. His insights are a wake-up call that should get you thinking about how you can protect and defend yourself against this digital demon.
Content Marketing Trends For 2013: 5 Questions With Joe Pulizzi, CEO Of The Content Marketing Institute
What do you get when you combine a geek’s paradise of social media, iconic pop-culture characters and tech with World War II propaganda? You get the very cool art of Aaron Wood, a digital artist who knows a thing or two about creativity and getting to the heart of what people love. Aaron is a graphic designer who’s got one of those inspiring stories we can all learn something from: namely, how to turn passion into profit and keep on enjoying what you do. Get his story, and check out some of his wildly cool art. You might just find yourself doing some redecorating.
Tangerine Boutique opened its doors in 2003, just three blocks from the ocean in Bay Head, NJ. On October 29, 2012, the resolve of Diane and other Jersey Shore business owners was challenged like never before by Hurricane Sandy. This is the story of how one business owner coped with unexpected disaster – and brought her business back to life.