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    Posted March 11, 2014 by
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    Carlisle, Pennsylvania

    PR Consultant Dennis Short Helps Local Businesses With Social Media

     
    As the economy continues to slowly expand, businesses are seeking new media to reach their customers. In addition to traditional print, radio and online advertising, marketing directors are often required to create and implement a social media strategy.

    According to Forrester Research, three out of four Americans currently use social media.

    Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have become incredible success stories, but more importantly they’ve evolved into tools to grow sales and profits. As a result, the management of many small- to medium-sized companies are struggling to find the right balance to effectively communicate and grow their businesses in the Internet age.

    “Creating social media solutions enables companies to reach the consumers in a format they are comfortable with, allowing businesses to develop strong, untapped revenue growth,” says Jake Shapiro, president of Lincoln Center Capital.

    “Since 2001, we’ve developed and implemented cutting-edge strategies, enabling companies to increase their online market share and maximize their profits . We feature ground-breaking research and proven marketing strategies, positioning businesses to take advantage of current trends in the economic market place, in North America and around the world”.

    Contact: Dennis Short
    DS Internet Marketing
    Phone: 1-717-448-7815
    dsinternetmarketing1@gmail.com
    http://www.facebook.com/DSInternetmarketing

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