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The entrepreneur start-up package includes professional website designs with e-commerce shopping carts, social media content advertising, mobile search engine optimization for smartphones and tablets plus web video brand marketing. You will succeed working with our experienced team of entrepreneurs.

Our team offers decades of business development experience in the music entertainment industry, real estate sales, retail store e-commerce, digital media gaming, online video production, new technology innovation and mobile app business development. Like you, we see change as a good thing.

“We assist entrepreneurs in realizing their dreams. This often comes through a personal growth experience that lasts a life-time. During the process we help write business plans, develop mobile Internet sites and social media networks and even connect them to venture capital says James Dean @ iHumanMedia.com. 

It’s a collaborative process, creating new business ideas. Often FEAR is the biggest obstacle and student debt challenges but there are strategies available to overcome issues. The ability to work from anywhere, and make a real difference in the world. Get Started Building Your Dream Today. Capture that youthful, entrepreneurial spirit. 

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Did you know that Millennials, those age 18 – 36 years old, makeup almost 80 million people now in the United States. This young new consumer population has spending power is growing 15% annually versus baby boomer spending which are declining (-10%) per year. Data shows that Millennials overwhelmingly desire (68%) to pursue entrepreneurship. They enjoy working from a variety of geographic locations, outside the office. Learn more checkout the Infographic below. 

TOP U.S. CITIES TO LAUNCH YOUR BUSINESS START-UP

Large Cities: Population 500,000+

1. Austin, TX

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Austin is no surprise to be at the top of the list. The city has been a hub for innovation and entrepreneurship for years, all centered around the annual SXSW festival. The city is also home to the University of Texas which provides the city with a steady flow of talented graduates and an overall vibrant scene. Compared to cities like San Francisco and New York, Austin has a much lower cost of living. Companies that have offices in Austin include Hostgator, HomeAway, Blizzard Entertainment, Facebook and Google.

2. San Francisco, CA

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San Francisco is always at the center of anything in the Startup world. It has been a long-time staple in the scene since the dot com boom of the 90′s. Silicon Valley where many of today’s prominent tech companies call home and arguably the VC capital of the world is only a short drive. The University of California as well as Stanford both provide the city and surrounding area with plenty of top talent entering the tech world. Companies that have offices in San Francisco include Craigslist, Twitter, Zynga, Salesforce.com and Airbnb.

3. Louisville, KY

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Louisville has a population of over 700,000 and supports five colleges: University of Louisville, Bellarmine University, Spalding University, Sullivan University, and Simmons College of Kentucky.  The city is vibrant and college sports are a huge event with so many schools in the area. The city is critical in the cargo and shipping industry as it is within one day’s road travel to 60% of the cities in the continental U.S.. According to the Kauffman Foundation in 2011 Louisville outperformed the nation in being home to fast growth companies and was among the top states in the nation in terms of new start-up companies formed.

4. New York, NY

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While New York is a hub for innovation and entrepreneurship in industries like fashion, real estate, media and finance. The city also has an extremely high cost of living which makes it a tough choice for many young bootstrapping entrepreneurs. However, you can also find opportunities all around you with easy to access meetups, incubators, coworking spaces, investors and high profile startups. Some startups that call New York home are Gilt, Square, ZocDoc and Thrillist.

5. Nashville, TN

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As the “home of country music”, Nashville has become a major music recording and production center. The city is home to major schools like Vanderbilt University, Tennessee State University and Belmont University. The city has a low cost of living and a median age of 34.2 years old. This makes it an attractive spot for young business owners along with it’s growing population.

6. Boston, MA

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The area’s many colleges and universities make Boston an international center of higher education and medicine, and the city is considered highly innovative for a variety of reasons. Boston has a very high cost of living but it also maintains itself as a great place to live. Boston’s colleges and universities have a significant effect on the regional economy, with students contributing an estimated $4.8 billion annually to the city’s economy. Companies like TripAdvisor, ZipCar, and TaskRabbit call Boston home as well as a multitude of bio-tech companies.

7. Portland, OR

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Portland has become a go to place for many young professionals in recent years. The move is driven by a relaxed culture, numerous outdoor activies all year and an overall high quality of living. Of course the fact that Portland is home to more breweries than any other city in the world and was named the best city for happy hour in the U.S. in 2010 by CNBC doesn’t hurt! The ctiy is home to companies like SurveyMonkey, AboutUs, Dotster, and Get Clicky.

8. Denver, CO

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A great location in the Rocky Mountains makes Denver a unqiue place to live. Young people seek out the great outdoor lifestyle and unlimited winter activities. Denver has been the starting point for many companies we all know of today like Chipotle Mexican Grill, Quizno’s and MapQuest and the vibrant startup scene in Boulder is just a short drive away.

9. Chicago, IL

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Chicago has grown into an amazing entrepreneurial ecosystem in the past three years. With great tech companies from years past like Orbitz and new powerhouses like Groupon calling Chicago home, the necessary infrastructure for an entrepreneur to succeed has sprung up, from venture capital firms to legal resources to startup accelerators. With two major airports it’s easy travel to anywhere in the nation. The city and its surrounding metropolitan area are home to the second largest labor pool in the United States with approximately 4.25 million workers.

10. Seattle, WA

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What goes hand in hand with entrepreneurship? Coffee! Seattle has a reputation for heavy coffee consumption; coffee companies founded or based in Seattle include Starbucks, Seattle’s Best Coffee, and Tully’s. High-tech companies like Amazon and Microsoft also call the Seattle area home. Seattle’s young educated scene is also driven by  University of Washington which Businessweek ranked in the Top 5 Business Schools on the west coast in 2013.

Medium Cities: Population 250,000 – 500,000

1. Atlanta, GA

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Encompassing $304 billion, the Atlanta metropolitan area is the eighth-largest economy in the country and 17th-largest in the world.  Atlanta contains the country’s third largest concentration of Fortune 500 companies, and the city is the global headquarters of corporations such as The Coca-Cola Company, The Home Depot, Delta Air Lines, AT&T Mobility, UPS, and Newell-Rubbermaid. There are more than 30 colleges and universities located in the city, Atlanta is considered a center for higher education. This provides a great talent pool for any company coming to town.

2. Raleigh, NC

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Raleigh’s low unemployment rate and high number of businesses per person make it a great city for entrepreneurs. As of 2011, Time ranked Raleigh, NC as the third most educated city in the US based on the percentage of residents who held college degrees. This is due to the many schools in Raleigh and the surrounding area.

3. Cincinnati, OH

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Cincinnati is home to many major and diverse corporations such as Procter & Gamble, The Kroger Company, Macy’s, Inc. (owner of Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s), Benziger Brothers and American Financial Group. Cincinnati is home to the University of Cincinnati and Xavier University.

4. Kansas City, MO

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Did you know there was a Silicon Prairie? Well maybe not, but Kansas City is at the heart of entrepreneurship in the Midwest. The city is the headquarters of many major companies like Sprint, H&R Block, AMC Theaters, Applebee’s and more. Kansas City is also home to the largest foundation for entrepreneurs in the world, The Kauffman Foundation.

5. St. Louis, MO

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In 2012 the Kauffman Foundation ranked Missouri sixth in the nation for the rate at which residents launch businesses. This is why we see Kansas City & St. Louis back to back with Columbia in the next category. As of 2011, the St. Louis area is home to nine Fortune 500 companies, including Express Scripts, Emerson Electric, Monsanto, Reinsurance Group of America, Ameren, Charter Communications, Peabody Energy, Graybar Electric, and Centene.

6. New Orleans, LA

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The city has seen numerous incubators and events catered to assisting entrepreneurs come to town which has boosted the resources the city has available. It’s also well known that New Orleans has an amazing, vibrant and inspiring culture that attracts the creative entrepreneur types. But the main driver for young entrepreneurs may really be that for all of this the cost of living in the city is extremely low especially when compared to places like New York, Boston or Chicago.

7. Tulsa, OK

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In response to a severe economic downturn in 2001- 2003, a development initiative, Vision 2025, promised to incite economic growth and recreate lost jobs. Part of this initiative was to support and develop more small businesses which have led to resources and a favorable environment for companies. Tulsa has 15 institutions of higher education including University of Tulsa and Oral Roberts University.

8. Minneapolis, MN

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Minneapolis has cultural organizations that draw creative people and audiences to the city for theater, visual art, writing, and music. Five Fortune 500 corporations make their headquarters within the city limits of Minneapolis: Target, U.S. Bancorp, Xcel Energy, Ameriprise Financial and Thrivent Financial for Lutherans. Availability of Wi-Fi, transportation solutions, medical trials, university research and development expenditures, advanced degrees held by the work force, and energy conservation are so far above the national average that in 2005, Popular Science named Minneapolis the “Top Tech City” in the U.S. Minneapolis’ collegiate scene is dominated by the main campus of the University of Minnesota with more than 50,000 attendees.

9. Omaha, NE

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Omaha is right in the middle of Silicon Prairie and is home to Big Omaha which is a leading conference on entrepreneurship. Schools in Omaha include the University of Nebraska and Creighton University. Omaha is the home to the headquarters of five Fortune 500 companies: packaged-food giant ConAgra Foods; the U.S.’s largest railroad operator, Union Pacific Corporation; insurance and financial firm Mutual of Omaha; one of the world’s largest construction companies, Kiewit Corporation; and Warren Buffet’s mega-conglomerate Berkshire Hathaway.

10. Pittsburgh, PA

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30 regional colleges and universities, including two tier-1 research schools (Carnegie Mellon and the University of Pittsburgh), are huge drivers in producing local talent. Both of these universities are making the biggest strides in providing programs and resources to the local entrepreneurship scene. With mentors, funding, business plan competitions and technical talent they have begun to turn Pittsburgh around.

Small Cities: Population 100,000 – 250,000

1. Chattanooga, TN

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Chattanooga is home to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (UTC) and Chattanooga State Community College. In September 2010, EPB became the first municipally-owned utilities company to offer internet access directly to the public at speeds up to one gigabit per second in the United States utilizing its exclusive fiber optics network. The fiber optic network has been emulated by at least six other cities in Tennessee and studied by other cities in the US and even internationally. This type of technology has made Chattanooga a player in attracting tech talent to the city.

2. Columbia, MO

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Columbia is a great place to live. It offers a high quality of life for people of all ages and interests, a low cost of living, an excellent education system, outstanding health care. The city has three institutions of higher education: the University of Missouri, Columbia College, and Stephens College. Local resources for entrepreneurs includes The Mizzou Advantage, Enterprise Development Corporation, Centennial Investors, AdVentures, and Student Angel Capital Group.

3. Charleston, SC

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Charleston has always been ranked as a great place to live in the United States. Charleston has received a large number of accolades; they include “America’s Most Friendly City” by Travel + Leisure in 2011 and subsequently Southern Living magazine named Charleston “the most polite and hospitable city in America”. Charleston is becoming a prime location for information technology jobs and corporations and has experienced some highest growth in this sector between 2011 and 2012 due in large part to the Charleston Digital Corridor. The CDC is a creative effort to attract, nurture & promote Charleston’s knowledge economy by facilitating a business, physical and social environment where technology companies thrive.

4. Madison, WI

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In 2006, Forbes listed Madison as number 31 in the top 200 metro areas for “Best Places for Business and Careers.” Madison is a great place for entrepreneurs because it has great quality of life for an inexpensive price, a thriving tech scene and a top notch public university where you can find great talent. There is a 25 percent investor tax credit that makes raising money easier and organizations like Capital Entrepreneurs, Merlin Mentors and Forward Technology Festival create a vibrant ecosystem. According to Forbes magazine, Madison ranks second in the nation in education of it’s residents.

5. Columbia, SC

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The state’s flagship and largest university, the University of South Carolina, is located in Columbia. The median age is 29 years which leads to a exciting and active local culture drive by the multiple colleges in the area. The low cost of living and great culture make Columbia a great spot to start a business.

6. Scottsdale, AZ

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The region’s year-round warm weather and abundant sunshine is a major factor in Scottsdale’s appeal. Over the past several years however, Scottsdale’s growing abundance of trendy, high-end nightlife, upscale restaurants, art galleries and luxury shopping, has made it a highly popular destination for the younger generation. Among the companies headquartered in Scottsdale are APL, Dial, Fender, Go Daddy, Kahala and Kona Grill.

7. Salt Lake City, UT

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The city is known as the “Crossroads of the West” for its central geography in the western United States. There is no talent shortage in Salt Lake City as there are 9 universities operating in the city including University of Utah, Westminster College, Utah State University and Brigham Young.  BYU’s chapter of the Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization is always a national competitor.

8. Syracuse, NY

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In 2010 Forbes rated Syracuse 4th in the top 10 places to raise a family. Syracuse’s major research universities is Syracuse University, it has an enrollment of 21,029. While the city has gone through changes as industrial jobs have left the area the University has been a major growth point for new opportunities and young talent.

9. Baton Rouge, LA

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Baton Rouge enjoys a strong economy that has helped the city be ranked as one of the “Top 10 Places for Young Adults” in 2010 by Portfolio Magazine. In 2009, the city was ranked as the 9th best place in the country to start a new business by CNN. A low cost of living and a media age of median age was 30 years old makes Baton Rouge a great location for young entrepreneurs.

10. Birmingham, AL

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The Birmingham metropolitan area has consistently been rated as one of America’s best places to work and earn a living based on the area’s competitive salary rates and relatively low living expenses. Birmingham is also the home of Alabama LunachPad which is a innovative public-private partnership brings together Alabama’s university, business and economic development communities to encourage and support high-growth entrepreneurship in Alabama. The area is home to  University of Alabama School of Medicine,  University of Alabama School of Dentistry, University of Alabama at Birmingham and Birmingham-Southern College.

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Develop a mobile app, so your business can tap into its existing audience. A mobile app can offer a better, more personal customer experience. You spend a lot of time driving web traffic to your site, creating email and print design campaigns with 4% response, maybe, Facebook LIKES, and Twitter followers. Now’s the time to increase sales with YOUR NEW MOBILE APP says James Dean @ iHumanMedia.com. Reaching consumers on their smartphone garners 95% open rates, and opens up new sales opportunities. Sample Apps … 

Mobile Internet app users can instantly drive 35% better sales and BOOST social network membership on Facebook, Google and Pinterest. Don’t just encourage users to share your app – create incentives that make it a bonus reward. Taco Bell is doing just that right now – giving a free Doritos Locos taco to customers who download and order food using their new mobile APP. Papa John’s has a great app !

Leverage your existing business infrastructure. Walk a day in your prospective app user’s shoes. Do they interact with you on a face-to-face basis? Transform your brick-and-mortar locations into promotional hubs for your mobile app. And don’t just rely on signage; train your reps to share your app’s value as they interact with customers. One of the reasons I’m considering purchasing a NISSAN LEAF EV manufactured in Smyrna Tennessee is that the salesperson at Newton Nissan showed me how its app could start my engine on cold, winter days.

Optimize your digital media and social advertising. If you’re serious about mobile app success, then embrace a paid media strategy that delivers downloads and usage. Using iHumanMedia.com content marketing and social media advertising is the logical place to start, so you can target individuals by geography, behavior, and interest areas. Paid search makes sense where your app lends itself to established, cost-effective keywords, and banner ads may even make sense where you can reach desired audiences. Exhaust your digital advertising channels because they’re the ones where users are just a click away from conversion.

Learn about PUSH message SMS text marketing. Develop a channel for ongoing app usage that enables you to communicate with customers even when the mobile app is closed. Push messaging, email, and text messaging all provide means of communication external to your app; however, each also requires explicit permission from the user. iHumanMedia.com recommends that you secure permission from the customer upon initial download and have a communications plan in place that boosts engagement through meaningful content sent at a frequency considered reasonable, maybe once per week.

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Take mobile users on a personalized journey … don’t just take up space on a phone or tablet. For example, when a customer support case is closed in the app, it can trigger a request for the customer to rate the service experience. Testimonials look great on social media networks. If the consumer rates the customer experience above a certain score, it can prompt them to leave a review on the company’s website or on Facebook, where they then earn more loyalty points or other rewards for leaving the review.

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So you’ve blasted social media networks like Facebook, Google, Pinterest and LinkedIn, posted interesting photos and blog news stories about your business. Surely, absolute marketing campaigns like these have created a bump in sales. But don’t ignore the fact that a vast number customers i.e. definate contacts are left untapped. These new sales contacts are there waiting for you, in untapped channels. Below, we have recommended a total marketing solution.

If running a local spa / salon or real estate business in Nashville Tennessee, its only proper to target the local market. But, if your business is a car parts manufacturer or construction heavy equipment outfit you may want to expand your market nationwide even into Canada for growth opportunities. First look local to do business (45% better response) then expand if necessary. 

Use a variety of absolute marketing programs like Mail – Social Media – Signage – Pay per Click Internet Ads. Here’s a few new ideas and ways iHumanMedia.com can help increase your business.

eBooks

How to digital media eBooks are a great way to reach more potential customers. eBooks also generate a new income stream when sold on Apple iStore, Google Play Store and Amazon.com. eBooks read on tablets can display embedded links to your site and web video marketing content that’s very effective.

Newsletter

Creating a newsletter isn’t what it used to be in the world of mobile smart phones and tablets. Do you have a newsletter yet? If not, you’re missing out on one of the simplest way to generate more leads. Make sure you put a newsletter sign up in every possible place that makes sense on your website.

For as little as $165 per month; iHumanMedia.com creates and manages robust WordPress newsletters that are responsive to smartphone and tablets mobile device users. With these newsletter, not only do you have a captive audience (people have to opt-in to your newsletter) but email and text message news apps like Facebook Instant Articles are a great way to avoid getting lost in all the Internet noise. Again, don’t make it all about you. Instead, share with your contacts your insights, recent wins you created for your customers and industry news.

Blog

A blog can be effective if its written well. Vary the content of the blog and make sure your bloggers are diverse with their style. Use lot’s of graphic images and YouTube embedded video to make it interesting. Be sure to include relevant links so the reader may research the topic. Provide a reply form to capture potential sales leads.

Twitter

Twitter is a dream for generating leads. Use it to reach out to influencers in your industry and get into conversations with them. Their followers, who are probably some of your potential customers, will see your interactions and follow you or visit your site. You can also follow trending subjects that pertain to your business and interject your thoughts into the general discussion by using the # symbol. For instance, if you are in the mobile world, you may use #iphone to find and eventually get leads.

Networking events

Face to face interaction with local customers and B2B networking is essential to building any business. Join local groups like Nashville meet-up and Gallatin Chamber of Commerce. It’s a great way to learn new methods to grow your business. While a lot of action happens in the digital world, the real world still provides a lot of advantages — especially networking events. Make sure to bring business cards and don’t be afraid to ask the people you meet for their patronage.

Develop an engaging video

People LOVE to watch entertaining VIDEO which can be produced as infotainment for mobile Internet devices. So, iHumanMedia.com provides a variety of video production services such as infotainment and business marketing ad campaigns. So, spend some time and a little money to develop a great idea that promotes your business and engages your customers. Once you’ve uploaded the video, you can get the ball rolling on making it go viral by using services like Google Video Adword, Twitter, StumbleUpon and Tumblr to drive traffic to your video for pennies per viewer. Video sites like YouTube allow you to overlay hot links directly on the video. Use YouTube link to drive traffic back to your website.

Infographic

Propagating search engine optimized photos and images is a great way to build back links. Images like infographics are like FREE advertising … floating around cyber-space reaching more customers. The file name of the image is very important to capture better keyword optimization in search engines. Simply come up with an original idea, find a quality graphic designer, then share it socially and ask your network to pass it along. You can also submit your infographics to publications that cover your industry.

Always put your logo and website URL on the bottom of the infographic. This way readers will be able to visit your site to research further information.

Webinars

Webinars are an inexpensive way to get your message to thousands of potential customers. There are many services that allow you to broadcast a webinar quickly and easily. iHumanMedia.com helps businesses such as lawyers, fitness and financial advisors in Nashville middle Tennessee to produce online training and webinar sessions that drive more sales leads to your business.

And if you make it a recurring event, you’ll continue to grow your following. So, come up with a great idea that helps your customers and promote it using social media, your network and your newsletter.

At the end of the webinar, feel free to ask the attendees to download an eBook, sign up for your newsletter, or visit your site. This will bring the leads flowing in.

Pay per Click Ads

The landscape of pay per click advertising has changed drastically within a short time. Google Adword marketing campaigns can be very effective at driving new sales leads. However, the adword campaign must be monitored with careful attention to researching affordable keyword phrases that target your potential new customers. Without a certified Google Adword campaign manager like iHumanMedia.com to improve your return on investment, it could become expensive.

It’s important to note that 45% of consumers now search for products and services in their social network like Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. Cost per click advertising in Facebook and Twitter social networks can be great to gain new leads. Use video ads whenever possible, as it drives 68% higher call to action.

Media coverage

Do you know what journalists hate? Being hit up by dozens of PR agencies hour after hour, day after day. Do you know what journalists hate a little less? Having an owner of a company reach out to them and tell their story in a real and authentic manner. In fact, your chances of being covered go up significantly if you do the reach out yourself (as long as your pitch is on point). A few tips regarding reaching out to journalists: Don’t mass email them, do not open with “to whom it may concern” and don’t pester them (one follow up email is sufficient).

By getting your name out in the media, you begin to develop a following, increase your personal brand and come off as an expert in your domain – all that can help you get leads.

Text Message Marketing SMS

People sleep with their smart phones and tablet mobile Internet devices 24/7. So reaching new sales contacts is bet accomplished through text message and digital coupon marketing campaigns.

iHumanMedia.com finds that 65% of purchases involve a smart phone for price comparison and finding retail locations while traveling in a car. Digital coupon text messages are opened by 95% of mobile device users.

Strong Branding

Customers love authentic companies that promote a genuine sense of comradery. New contacts, potential sales want to do business with a company that has a strong and clear message that’s consistent across all of their marketing platforms. So, don’t try and be everything to everyone. Customers want the experts and the company that is the best in their industry. Focus on communicating that through your branding and your conversion rates will go up, resulting in more leads.

Better Website Designs

Designing a mobile responsive web site is critical to your business success. That means building a web site that displays properly with a robust call to action on any mobile Internet device like a smart phone (iOS Apple or Android Google). Using landing pages is a delicate process if you choose to employ one. Although, a landing page may capture leads, it can also disrupt your primary site organic search engine optimization ranking. iHumanMedia.com has a detailed web programming solution to ensure this is avoided. For as little as $465 your business can be up and running with a new web site and/or landing page that fully search engine optimized to drive new sales leads and contacts to you now.

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  •  Web Site Design (mobile responsive certified) 5-7 pages WordPress, images, SEO, content keyword writing + social media pages Facebook, Twitter, Google, Pinterest
  • Web Site Design (mobile responsive certified) 10 – 25 pages WordPress, images, SEO, content keyword writing + social media pages Facebook, Twitter, Google, Pinterest
  • Web Store Designs (mobile certified) 25 shopping cart items VISA/AMEX/PAYPAL
  • Contact Forms & Shopping Carts for existing sites that need upgrading 
  • Content Marketing (upto 50) BLOGS per month – Google Blogger, Facebook & LinkedIn  
  • Web Video Production & Editing for YouTube. Video spots are targeted for maximum SEO
  • Print Design & Mailing Campaigns like Post Cards, Flyers, Brochures
  • Print Ads to Mobile Applications Project – Augmented Reality Ads & Social Gaming App
  • Google Adword Campaigns + keyword analytic & Ad management 
  • Facebook Ad Campaign – Design, Analytic + Management
  • Yahoo Ad Creation + Analytic Campaign monitoring for Local News Feeds & BING Affiliates
  • Digital Coupon Sales + Logo Design Work 
  • Facebook Page + Social Network Setup & Posting Business News / Photos etc. 
  • Pinterest Board Pins + Buy Now E-Commerce Solutions
  • SMS Text Marketing up to 1000 Messages per Month
  • Google Maps + Web Site Verification for Indexing
  • Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platform development
  • Real Estate Home for Sale MLS/Zillow/RealTracs +
  • Website Indexing for Better SEO + Directory Listings Yext
  • Video Production for Internet Brand Marketing
  • Basecamp IntraNet Cloud Development for managing your employee Projects

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Achieving Better Google Adwords

For many local business owners in Nashville middle Tennessee; achieving better Google Adword results can be a daunting task says James Dean @ iHumanMedia.com. Over the years, we’ve created several instructional videos designed to help your business achieve better Google advertising results. Note below the Google Adwords video to gain insight on Internet marketing.

Your Google advertising budget doesn’t have to be lot’s of money, in fact iHumanMedia.com has helped many business owners capture top Google ranking with less than $250 total. Return on investment for ads on Google is often profitable when combined with a proper mobile responsive web site design.

iHumanMedia.com manages Google Adwords campaigns finding the correct mix of keywords that draw maximum traffic at low cost which requires about 12-hours per week monitoring. Using Google’s keyword tool is effective combined with other web analytic apps like Hypestat adds Mr. Dean. 

Rotating the Google Adwords is necessary as consumer search patterns change throughout the year and seasonally. Also, keep in mind that social networks like Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Pinterest are great channels to broadcast your message for better customer relationship management (CRM).

Google adwords propels traffic to your site often resulting in better organic listing. However, high quality organic search engine optimization is also predicated on carefully crafted content writing that also incorporates word phrases that target geography and consumer interest profiles. Checkout Internet Marketing Taboos; a joint study with Google and Microsoft … 

Google AdWords is the leading search engine for PPC campaigns and an essential tool for any business who wants to get involved with paid search advertising. With 67% market share and significantly higher impressions and click through rates than other search engines, adopting AdWords seems like the obvious choice. However, iHumanMedia.com also recommends you consider other PPC networks like the Yahoo, Twitter and Facebook. For example, Retargeting Google ads can drastically reduce CPC.

Google AdWords

Controlling almost 2/3 of the market, Google is the dominant player in the paid search advertising industry with its paid search impressions increasing over the last year by roughly 38%. Google is in a strong position and doesn’t show signs of weakening.

Google AdWords consists of two networks: Google Search Network and Google Search Partners. The Google Search Network displays ads on all of its search related sites such as Google Search, Google Shopping and Google Maps. The Google Display Network also displays ads on affiliate sites such as Gmail, Blogger, YouTube and Google Finance; although not directly related to its search functions. Be sure to target your audience demographic. 

Yahoo! Bing Network

In 2009, Yahoo! and Bing merged to create the Yahoo! Bing Network in which Bing would take over control of Yahoo!’s search operation. The YBN has been useful for smaller marketing budgets and is grabbing more market share. Since its inception, YBN has not been able to compare to Google AdWords on the size of its market share and reach. However, if we look below the surface you begin to see the silver lining for the Yahoo! Bing Network.

Like Google, Bing also allows businesses to advertise through two different networks: Bing Search Network and Bing Content Network. The Bing Search Network advertises on all of Bing and Yahoo!’s direct properties. The Bing Content Network includes Bing and Yahoo! owned and operated sites as well as partner sites that have a specific focus to make for relevant ad placement. Also, to make it convenient for its customers, YBN has made it easy to upload existing Google Ads into their networks for an easy and seamless switch.

Why should I consider Yahoo! Bing Network?

On average, Yahoo! Bing Network’s cost per click is 50-70% less than Google AdWords and the impressions vary in cost from 76-90% less. There is also 36% less competition on Yahoo! Bing than on Google AdWords. This proves to be especially useful for small companies who may have a smaller marketing budget and don’t want to break the bank trying to get a first page SERP.

Bing also has a very helpful customer service department that is willing to help small companies that spend at least $500 a month. Google has a good customer service department too, as long as you spend a minimum $500,000 a year, which is an entirely different scale of paid advertising.

With Yahoo! Bing you can increase your advertising reach by up to 30% with an additional 150+ million users and of that a little over 45 million users only use Yahoo! Bing and never Google. For the smaller companies who may not have a marketing budget to support the high prices and competition from Google AdWords, the Yahoo! Bing Network is perfect.

We understand solely using Yahoo! Bing may not be for everyone, after all, every company is different. But perhaps, if your marketing budget allows, you could try leveraging both.

Using multiple search engines like Google with social media networks like Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest will help your business reach more people says James Dean @ iHumanMedia.com.  

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iHumanMedia.com will analyze your search optimization, brand marketing position, social networks and mobile applications at NO CHARGE. We offer e-commerce solutions to improve your business. 

EMAIL  info@HumanMedia.com  TEL  615-420-5153 

iHumanMedia.com Digital Marketing Services include :

> Mobile Website CRM Apps, Digital Coupon Apps & Print Design Materials 
> Facebook Advertising & Facebook Social Network Content Marketing 
> Twitter Advertising & Twitter Social Network Content Marketing 
> Online Video Production & Google Adword PPC Marketing Campaign Analytics
> Mobile Internet Shopping Cart E-Payment Solutions
> Pay Per Click advertising (PPC) Google, Yahoo, Facebook keyword analysis for better ROI
> Mobile Search Engine Optimization (SEO) – Google Maps – Network Apps Pinterest & LinkedIn 

iHumanMedia Inc. helps clients WORLDWIDE. We are headquartered in Nashville Tennessee. 

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