Stark Logic Blog

27 Nov The Importance of Blogging for Franchise Promotion

[frame align="left"]blog [/frame] by Stephanie Nations, Marketing Coordinator   Here it is: the blog post about the importance of blog posts. As a business, having content on your site that’s frequently changing is important, and blog posts are a great way to make sure that happens. Ok, but why is that important? A little thing I like to call Google Indexing (I like to call it that because, well, that is what it’s called).
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21 Nov SHOWHOMES CHOOSES STARK LOGIC FOR ITS ONLINE MARKETING STRATEGIES

Oceanside, CA – November 23, 2011 – Stark Logic, a Franchise Marketing Agency, has signed on with Showhomes, a nationally franchised company based in Nashville, TN. As America’s largest home staging company, Showhomes provides both home staging services as well as a business opportunity that pays people to live in otherwise vacant homes and stage them for showings, helping them sell faster. Showhomes, with over 80 franchises nationwide, has found its niche in the real estate market, and the need for strong Internet marketing is where Stark Logic comes in.
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10 Nov Using Facebook Insights to Understand Your Target Market

[frame align="left"]FB-Insights [/frame]It’s an understatement to say that Facebook Fan Page is a valuable marketing tool for your business, but are you using it to its full potential by checking out the Facebook Insights for your fan page? Insights lets the administrator of the page see the metrics – how many users visit the page and when, who “likes,” comments, and even tags your page in a note or status update.
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04 Nov The Potential of Social Media for Businesses

[frame align="left"]images (1) [/frame]We live in an age where so much of our communication is done over multimedia platforms – texting, email, social media – vocabulary that was meaningless 10 years ago is now part of our daily jargon – we’re constantly “friending,” “tweeting,” even “poking.” So what does all of this mean for businesses? It’s easier than ever for the higher-ups of a company to connect with their customers – to see what they’re really saying, unedited and unpolished. Gone are the days of comment cards or phone questionnaires to rate a business – these days it’s all about the Facebook Fan Page, the Twitter updates, the YouTube channels.
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