Tag: marketing strategies

  1. IBS Educational Seminars with Mitch Levinson

    The 2018 International Builders’ Show offers not only offers thousands of exhibit square footage, but also a tremendous opportunity to learn and even earn continuing education credits. Two of the impressive selections of educational sessions are presented by Mitch Levinson; an abbreviated Tech Bytes session and an in-depth Master session, co-presenting with Kelly Fink of The Providence Group and Dawn Sadler of Builder Target. Wednesday, January 10   2:50pm – 3:20pm   Room #230 Tech Bytes Session:  Has Your SEO Jumped the… Read More

  2. Creating YOUR Positive Reputation

    At mRELEVANCE it is our goal to help your business grow and prosper online. You may not think that your online reputation is all that important, but it does play a significant role in how both prospective and current customers view your business. Your online reputation can one of the first things that people can encounter when they search for you online. As more consumers turn to the internet to make purchases and find companies to work with, those same… Read More

  3. Essex Homes and mRELEVANCE Win Big at the REGAL Awards

    We’re thrilled to announce that our team’s efforts in developing and launching unique marketing strategies were recognized at the 27th annual REGAL Awards! This awards show, hosted by the Building Industry Association of Central South Carolina’s Sales and Marketing Council, was a celebration-filled night. mRELEVANCE, along with client Essex Homes, was recognized by winning Best Use of Social Media – Builder and Best Overall Advertising Campaign. The Best Use of Social Media – Builder award was presented for the overall… Read More

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  5. Retailers Going Mobile

    Over the next five years, retail marketing strategies are expected to make major transformations as they move into the mobile world and focus on more engaging in-store customer experiences. According to a June 2012 Motorola Solutions survey, it is said that 42 percent of sales will come from online, mobile and social commerce sites in the next five years. And even though some retailers may not want to believe the reports, the truth is that this is not an outrageous… Read More