Recent Interviews: Online Strategies - Technology

Charlie Fusco
Charlie Fusco joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the power of knowing your marketing platform and developing a quantum media strategy.
Jeff Zbar
Jeff Zbar joins Jim Blasingame to discuss his recent purchase of an Apple iPad, why he purchased it, how he uses it, how it compares to the Android models, and how relevant a tablet can be.
Christina Cavanagh
Christina Cavanagh joins Jim Blasingame to reveal several tips and best practices when sending business email, including improving your subject line, why bulleting is a good idea, and how to open up your message.
Ted Fishman
Ted Fishman joins Jim Blasingame to report that on balance, exiting the TPP was more bad than good, but not if President Trump has a better plan for trade relationships, and not if he wants to send a tough message to China.
John Horvat II
John Horvat joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that while the Internet has produced many advantages on many levels of our lives and business, it has also increased the flow of content, which may be costing us in the appreciation for context.
Christopher Bishop
Christopher Bishop joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the current low-hanging fruit technologies, and some future tech that will help you get and stay closer to customers.
Christopher Bishop
Christopher Bishop joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the fast evolving expectations of customers, and how to use technology to discover, anticipate, and deliver on those expectations.
John Swanciger
John Swanciger joins Jim Blasingame to report on the Manta survey of small businesses that indicate they aren’t focusing on search engine optimization – SEO – in their marketing strategy.
Christina Cavanagh
Christina Cavanagh joins Jim Blasingame to reveal several tips and best practices when sending business email, including improving your subject line, why bulleting is a good idea, and how to open up your message.
Marsha Egan
Marsha Egan joins Jim Blasingame to discuss thinking of your email inbox as a tool, and how to re frame the way you view it.