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It has been an exciting past three weeks of basketball. In the beginning, there were 68 teams and now that 67 games played, a new national champion has been crowned with Connecticut’s win over Butler last night. It was an unexpected tournament with a lot of upsets and Cinderella stories and our NCAA bracket contest saw a lot of movement at the top and a lot of busted brackets.
In our inaugural bracket contest, we had over 200 individuals all playing to win a new iPad 2. After this Final Four weekend, we have also crowned our own ShareFile champion. Congratulations to Patrick Dunlap from JamisonMoneyFarmer PC for being our first ShareFile bracket challenge winner and the winner of the new iPad 2! Patrick successfully picked UConn to win the National Championship and won our challenge by only 1 point.
Congratulations to Patrick and thank you to all who participated in our inaugural bracket challenge. After the success of this year, we are very excited to see what happens next year and with only 364 days left until we crown our next champion, it’s time to start planning your picks for 2012’s tournament!
Social media is revolutionizing the way small businesses market to their customers. Most small businesses these days engage in one of the following: Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, blogging, or a combination of a few methods. In fact, according to the WSJ, social media is now considered the #1 activity on the web. There are an estimated 500 million Facebook users and approximately 10,000 Twitter accounts are opened daily. For small businesses, it is essential to integrate your social media marketing tools in order to become the “voice” behind your brand.
The latest articles from around the web that caught my attention.
6 Marketing Lessons Learned from a Guy Who Eats Frozen Food for a Living: A great post from Gregory Ng from Brooks Bell Interactive and how he has built up his video review site using some excellent marketing tactics. You don’t need to eat frozen food to benefit from Greg’s solid advice.
I may be in the minority, but I still use an RSS reader for home and business use. My feed at ShareFile consists of just under 40 RSS feeds. While I may not read each article, I tend to skim through each and then save interesting ones to read later or to share via Twitter. I read a number of small business sites as well as search marketing and general tech news sites.
Here are a few of the most recent articles I found interesting.
Twitter has become more than a way for individuals to let people know what they had for lunch. This social media tool has quickly become a key component of business marketing. Not only is Twitter a great way for business-to-consumer marketers, but for business-to-business marketers as well.
I recently gave a presentation on the usage of social media in a business-to-business setting and here are two of the key points I stressed when using Twitter.