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08 Oct

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Beyond the Selfies: The Changing Face of Social Media

October 8, 2015 | By | No Comments

Are your customers truly the new marketing department? With rapid changes in social media platforms, it can be difficult to maintain control of your restaurant’s brand online. This past September at the annual MUFSO conference in Dallas, TX, a group of experts from the restaurant industry gathered to share their insights on how to continue driving a restaurant’s success […]

Social Strategy1 to Sponsor Customer Engagement Marketing Summit

July 25, 2013 | By | No Comments

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FL (July 25, 2013) – Social Strategy1 and the Customer Engagement Marketing Summit, (CEM Summit) today announced that Social Strategy1 will join the day and a half conference as a Silver Sponsor. The CEM Summit highlights how global brands are listening to and leveraging big data to improve new business development and […]

19 Apr

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Customer Relationship Management: 5 Trends That Will Shape The Next 5 Years

April 19, 2012 | By | No Comments

Why is CRM so important? Read more to learn 5 Customer Relationship Management trends that you should be analyzing right now!

03 Oct

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Making Sense of Social Media for Businesses

October 3, 2011 | By | No Comments

Social Media is taking over the world but how is it going to grow your business? Mike Lewis shares his insights and experience of using social media to help all aspects of your business (customer support, research, operations, finance, human resources, marketing and sales).

13 Sep

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Workshop: Customer Support Goes Social

September 13, 2011 | By | No Comments

Explore proven methods for making the case for supporting your customers online through social media, and what the positive returns are that you can expect for your business.

22 Jun

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Another PR “Specialist” Bites The Dust

June 22, 2011 | By | No Comments

Jim Redner committed a cardinal sin last week on Twitter and now he is apologizing.