Facebook. Twitter. YouTube. LinkedIn. What do all of these social media outlets have in common? They are everywhere! You can’t turn on the TV, go to a website or look at an advertisement without these icons appearing somewhere. With social media becoming a standard practice throughout the world, it’s highly recommended that any company have a presence on these sites.
Google continuously tests and enhances search results to fine tune them to the growing number of users. In the past, we’ve reviewed Google Instant’s new real-time search result display, which aims to provide users different search results with every keystroke, and Google Places, which integrates local results for search queries based on a user’s IP.
It’s Human Resources, silly. If I’ve heard that question once, I’ve heard it 100 times. Even better is this question: “If you are not hiring or firing, what is it that you people do all day?” Having been in the HR field for well over ten years, I have been bombarded with questions like those and, of course, many others. PlattForm Advertising is a unique company full of unique individuals and therefore, our HR department is unique, as well.
This is the question. Whether verifying potential inquiries, remarketing non-successful records, or performing quality assurance audits, it seems every vendor now utilizes a call center. But how do we distinguish the good from the bad? These are the top 3 things to look for when deciding if a call center is right for you.
According to Robert Half, you need to “ask the right questions if you’re to find the right answers.” This is a pivotal thought process for a unique interactive marketing tactic that can be used as part of an SEO campaign.