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2012 was a huge year for social media. We saw billion dollar acquisitions, bold new designs, and a strong push toward the integration of social media into traditional business processes. The changing social landscape shaped the way marketers approached nearly every aspect of their job in 2012, from lead generation to market research, and it .. Read On »

Every year, local barbecue restaurant, Country’s Barbecue, hosts a charity event called The Midnight Express; a 5K fundraising run. The run started back in the ’70s and has since grown to become one of Columbus GA’s highlights on the community calendar with over 2000 participants. The event has expanded to include bands, cheerleaders and of .. Read On »

Collegiate golf is a prestigious game. It has a long, storied, and vibrant history. It is a proving ground for excellence. It is the time when legends are born. And while college golf is considered a team sport, every player plays against him or herself, always trying to beat yesterday’s personal best, ever striving to .. Read On »

Wesley Ker-Fox was fortunate enough to deliver a talk about the new Facebook for Business at the Greater Columbus Georgia Chamber of Commerce Eyeopener Breakfast. WLTZ NBC38 was there to cover it.     Here is another blog of ours that covers the changes in more depth: New Facebook Timeline

From an advertisers standpoint you can take Facebook’s Ad changes in the past year two ways: On one hand they raised the lowest bid for an ad to be placed – this translates into more expensive ads, obviously, which we could be upset about. However, the reason for doing this is to eliminate poor quality .. Read On »

“Close enough, but not too far.” – David Byrne We got the call just after 6:00. Jon Ezzell, Director of Communications at the National Civil War Naval Museum at Port Columbus, was leaving the Fountain City Classic and as he approached the 13th Street viaduct he saw a massive wall of smoke rising from the .. Read On »

Since the turn of the millennium, advertising in America has been utterly transformed by two trends: a giant leap in communication technology and an emerging population of youth forgoing traditional media. In a world of iPods and satellite radio in automobiles, are radio spots hitting every demographic? When most people get their news from an .. Read On »