Being Active on Social Media does NOT make you a Marketing Company!


Recently, Jeff Ogden, President of Find New Customers moved down to St. Petersburg, FL and started cranking up marketing activities for the company - sending out thought leadership articles.

In the recent week, I started researching company websites and calling companies.  On the vast majorityFlorida of websites I found invitations to follow them on social media sites like Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook - but no content, landing pages or offers which smart marketing firms have.

One law firm had a Chief Marketing Officer and was very good at marketing, but the vast majority I found shocking BAD most firms are at marketing.

Just being active on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and the like does NOT make you a savvy marketing company.

I suggest these firms in the Tampa/St. Petersburg area visit www.findnewcustomers.com and set up a FREE call with this marketing expert to learn what they can do to get more leads, more revenue and more profits.

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This blog is written by the award-winning marketing expert Jeff Ogden, the Fearless Competitor - President of Find New Customers. You can follow me on Twitter Follow @fearlesscomp

 

 

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