July 28th, 2014
Whether you use events to market your business or are just considering holding an event to promote a milestone for your business, there are some basics you need to know before getting started.
Joanne Randall, President of Leap Year Marketing, discusses how landing pages, registration forms, invitations, and save the date notices are just the beginning.
July 14th, 2014
Host, Joanne Randall of Leap Year Marketing, discusses the crucial reasons you and your business should be on Social Media. Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, Pinterest, Instagram, and Google+ all discussed in relation to their demographic audience in order for you to determine which channels your business should be on.
To contact the host:
Leap Year Marketing
Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Linked In, Instagram, Google+,
July 7th, 2014
Email Marketing for Success
Joanne Randall, Host of Leap Year Marketing, discusses Email Marketing tactics that will increase your open rate and content engagement. Also discussed: upcoming free events in the Concord, NH area throughout the summer.
Go to www.leapyearmarketing.com and find the upcoming events to register. Seating is limited for these events. Coffee is provided.
June 23rd, 2014
Joanne Randall discusses upcoming Constant Contact events as well as major points made in a recent Sales Force blog covering crucial Linked In features your company should be using.
Calendar for upcoming events
Marketing Mojo Radio
Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Linked In, You Tube
Events and Registration
Mini Boot Camps for email marketing and social media
June 13th, 2014
Joanne Randall, Owner of Leap Year Marketing and Host of Marketing Mojo Radio, interviews Peter Masucci, Lecturer in the Marketing Department at the University of New Hampshire Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, about the Marketing Workshop Class he teaches. Also, Richard Caesar, owner of FroyoWorld franchises in Durham and Salem, New Hampshire, whose business participated in the program during the Spring of 2014.
Contact Leap Year Marketing:
Why did you decide to participate in the program?
What were the major benefits of working with this program?
What were the major marketing items you learned that you had not considered before?
Healthy aspects of food
Met weekly with students
Learned quite a bit about Social Media
Types of businesses who participate
Common characteristics of students who apply for the class
Been doing the program for almost 10 years
Process for business to participate in the program
Real world experience
Durham Business Association
Marketing Workshop Class
Do you need to vet out the applicants?
How to get in touch with guests:
Peter Masucci: 603-862-0265
Richard Caesar 603-397-5235
June 9th, 2014
Joanne Randall, President of Leap Year Marketing and Host of Marketing Mojo Radio, interviews Greg Lessard, Director of Development, and Jaime Jusczak, Marketing Specialist from the Concord Food Co-op. Contact our guests through their website, www.concordfoodcoop.coop
Questions: Call us at 724-603-LEAP or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Celery Stick Cafe
Hot Menu bar
Grab and Go Deli
Social Media, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, You Tube, and Google+
May 26th, 2014
In this episode, Joanne Randall, President of Leap Year Marketing and Host of Marketing Mojo Radio, shares some recent blog posts including:
The Real American Dream
Why the Book is Better Than the Movie
10 Things You May Not Know About Christian Entrepreneurs
Collaboration vs. Competition
May 19th, 2014
Joanne Randall of Leap Year Marketing interviews Josh Solloway of Soil Away Restoration Services of Hooksett, NH and Bristol, NH.
Networking and BNI
Commercial and Residential client marketing strategies
Fire, Smoke and Odor damage
Planning for a Disaster before it happens
May 13th, 2014
Joanne Randall, President of Leap Year Marketing and Host of Marketing Mojo Radio, is interviewed by Attorney Ora Schwartzberg about the challenges and opportunities of career change and starting a business after divorce.
May 12th, 2014
Radio Host and President of Leap Year Marketing, Joanne Randall, discusses just some of the considerations when determining price. Including:
Value of expertise
Lack of knowledge by the customer