Tag: website

20 Jul 2011

A bloomfield knoble Opinion: Google+

What is the Impact of  Google+ for Businesses?

Overview:
bloomfield knoble, inc., continuously provides its clients positions and recommendations on the latest trends in social media, focusing on how best to implement those tools for their benefit.
Executive Summary:
Google+ is a social networking tool geared toward individuals making connections and communicating with each other, much like Facebook.

 

Position:

Google+, currently in invitation-only trial mode with approximately 20 million users, shows promise as a major social media destination in the future. It is bloomfield knoble, inc.’s, position that it will take at least one full year to build a user-base that can threaten Facebook’s dominant position in the market.

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25 Apr 2011

Are You Ready for Your Close Up?

Video is a great way to communicate to your target audience. A well-produced professional piece can not only convey your brand and message in an entertaining and engaging way, but it can also drive visitors to your video and brand thanks to Google’s search engines thorough indexing of YouTube videos.

At bloomfield knoble, we’ve been producing promotional and informational videos for our clients for years.

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18 Apr 2011

QR Codes – Practical Tool or Just More Static?

They’re starting to pop up everywhere – those little squares of black and white lines and blocks that look like static on your TV screen. Have you scanned one yet? If you haven’t, you’re in a shrinking group of smartphone users. It’s a QR (Quick-Response) Code, and they’re a quick (hence the name) way to drive consumers to your website, game, promotion, sign-up page or other mobile-oriented marketing campaign.

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16 Feb 2011

Is your website content playing its part?

Ask even the most seasoned Search Engine Optimization (SEO) specialists and they’ll tell you that the rules of the game are constantly changing. Your website is at the mercy of the search engines and their algorithms. Google, Bing, Yahoo, Ask – they all keep their cards held close to their chest as far as what, exactly, causes one website to rank higher than another in their search results. Aside from Bing looking at what Google’s results give in order to augment their own results, nobody really knows the rules of the game.

But one thing that is clear is that your website content, i.e., the words on the page and behind the scenes (metatags, titles, captions, etc.) play an important role. Besides helping you rank higher in the organic search results, the words on the page are also crucial in influencing the people who actually wind up on your page – however they wound up there.
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07 Feb 2011

It’s Game Time!

If you want to find out more about Green Washing – the practice by some manufacturers that provides misleading or false information about the environmental friendliness of their products, visit the Sins of Greenwashing site and play their game. It’s a great way to test your knowledge about products and the claims they make about their “green-ness.”

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07 Feb 2011

It's Game Time!

If you want to find out more about Green Washing – the practice by some manufacturers that provides misleading or false information about the environmental friendliness of their products, visit the Sins of Greenwashing site and play their game. It’s a great way to test your knowledge about products and the claims they make about their “green-ness.”

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30 Aug 2010

A consumer website that really makes a dent in the housing crisis?

This article found on HousingWatch.com is the basis for the blog below — http://www.housingwatch.com/2010/08/27/fannie-mae-wants-you-to-knowyouroptions-com/

A recent pro

knowyouroptions.com
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ject bloomfield knoble provided for Fannie Mae was the KnowYourOptions.com website and communication campaign. This effort includes internal and external marketing material for every viable channel. The intent, after careful thought and planning, was to develop a communication platform that informs borrowers that face the risk of foreclosure exactly what their options are in today’s market. Sounds simple, but it was not an easy task by any means. One of the most critical factors in the breakdown of the housing market has been lack of communication. As I explained to my son the other day, as we discussed how best to manage difficulty with a subject in school, “If you are not in communication with your teacher about struggling with the work, (more…)