Earlier this month, in preparing its story on the email server that Hillary Clinton was discovered to be operating from her home, The Washington Post found Internet Presence client WCA Technologies on page one of Google and contacted the company for an interview.
This week, I’d like to tell you about two clients – both of whom I admire very much – whose views on Internet presence could not be more opposite. Understanding the differences in their ways of thinking reveals why some business owners are seeing the rewards of online marketing while others “don’t get it”.
Is Internet Presence important for lawyers? Here’s a true tale… Recently, I had the privilege of chatting with a New York State police trooper not far outside the town of Roscoe, New York, heading toward Binghamton.
Could ongoing website maintenance give you greater peace-of-mind? Read on to discover the mistake one business recently made… Last month, I received a call from someone who attended a presentation I had given on Internet Presence Marketing in Greenwich, Connecticut. “Hi Andy, this is Brian. I met you yesterday during the presentation. I have a […]
Internet Presence, LLC, has achieved Page 1 Google results for New York based sales training and development firm BCA Management. BCA Management, whose founder Mr. Howard Berman codified “The 29 Natural Laws of Sales©” and “The 22 Natural Laws of Sales Management©” over a span of more than 34 years, has provided sales training and […]
Capital NanoTechnology LLC, a provider of non-toxic solutions to problems of odor, cleanliness, and bacteria utilizing titanium dioxide-based technology, has chosen Internet Presence LLC to develop and launch an online presence and website for its “CataCoat nano TiO2” patented line of titanium dioxide (TiO2) products.
The term “grass roots marketing” refers to an activity designed to promote a new product or idea with very little upfront cost or investment. (Some people also use the term “guerrilla marketing”.) One of the most common grass roots marketing activities is the practice of handing-out free samples of a new product.