Have You Tried Fusion Marketing Yet?

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By Kelsey Jones

Helping hand shakes another in an agreementFusion marketing isn’t a new idea— Entrepreneur magazine published an article about it in 2006 and countless businesses do it without realizing its proper name. Fusion marketing is the act of referring your customers to other local (or national works too, especially online) businesses. They, in turn, do the same for you.

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Traveling Dress Inspires Blog Posts

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by Bethaney Wallace

A few years back, the phenomenon of traveling clothes became popular – at least in theory of not in practice. While I didn’t make a habit out of mailing my favorite clothes to share with proportionally compatible friends, there was plenty of hype about the Traveling Pants, the magical Sisterhood ones that never seemed to wear out or need a washing.

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Find Our Internet Marketing Articles & Other Work Online

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By Kelsey Jones

youreDid you know that Bethaney and I are constantly writing articles and web content on different websites around the internet? Besides checking out a fuller list on our Online and Print Writing page, here are some main portfolio links we are especially proud of.

Internet Marketing Articles and Web Content by Kelsey Jones

Articles and Web Content by Bethaney Wallace

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New Trend: Social Media Sobriety Tests

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by Bethaney Wallace

For decades police departments and highway patrols have been enforcing drinking laws with what is known as the sobriety test. Questionable drivers are pulled over and asked to walk a straight line, reverse the alphabet (a feat I’m not sure I could accomplish completely sober), or touch fingers to their little noses. But with the invention of a new product, it won’t be just the roads being checked for the intoxicated, it will be the Internet as well.

14Four Interactive, an online development agency, began making online sobriety kits last year, a program where a user must complete simple tasks before logging into their favorite social media accounts. Those who download the application follow instructions, such as typing the alphabet backward or following a moving object with their mouse, to prove their sober-ness.

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Klout Has It All Wrong: When It Comes to Link Response on Social Media, Timeliness, Not Follower Count, Is What Matters

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By Kelsey Jones

Klout has it all wrong. How many followers a person or business has on Twitter or how many thousands of users have liked a company on Facebook doesn’t matter as much as timeliness does. In order to get responses from businesses and individuals on Twitter, Facebook, or other social media avenues, no one is going to see a post when it is posted when they aren’t online.

According to Bit.ly, most links posted on social networks last about three hours, with YouTube having the longest longevity of links. The Bit.ly blog states, “In general, the half life of a bitly link is about 3 hours, unless you publish your links on youtube, where you can expect about 7 hours worth of attention...

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