Need Help Launching Your Social Media Image

Webify Your Business, Internet Marketing Secrets for the Self-Employed includes 60 chapters with step-by-step instructions for entrepreneurs to leverage today’s social internet to grow their businesses. Short and concise chapters are presented in a deliberate and strategic sequence designed to maximize results. Each chapter can be read in 10 minutes or less and offers an itemized to-do list at the end, allowing the reader to take immediate action and see results quickly.

Feature Highlights include:

* Internet marketing information recipients want and need
* Practical and unthreatening step-by-step instructions
* Short accessible chapters recipients can read in 10 minutes
* Itemized to-do lists at the end of each chapter
* A perfect format for both beginner and savvy recipients

Book is by Patrick Schwerdtfeger, who is the founder of Tactical Execution, an online marketing agency located in beautiful Walnut Creek, California.

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Twitter Comes to the Rescue

This is a very interesting article in the New York Times regarding the use of Twitter for improving customer service. I am seeing more and more of this every day. I am leaning toward any and all companies using this great online tool to interact with their customer base.
If you’re not protesting an election or promoting a product, Twitter, the microblogging site that has been getting so much attention these days, can be easy to dismiss. Read the entire article here.

Keep The Customers That You Already Have

Not a unique or novel concept to keep the customers that you already have. I do training periodically on customer service and always hammer home the point that it costs 10 times more to get a new customer than to keep an existing one.

Here is a great article from Rhonda Abrams about creating a plan to keep current customers. Strategies: Make customer retention priority No. 1