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We offer valuable seminars, open forums, a vendor showcase, Awards banquet, design contests, luxurious settings, and plenty of entertainment. Typical seminar topics include: sales, motivation, classified ad program development, ad layout & design, and how to generate new revenue.
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Hometown Mobile Solutions offers advanced mobile advertising solutions. More and more businesses are advertising on mobile to connect with consumers because mobile offers great consumer engagement, builds customer loyalty, and the cost saving is measurable.
The more readily your customers are able to connect with you; the more purchases will be made with you.
More than 110 million people in the US owned smartphones during the three months ending in June 2012, up 4% versus March 2012, according to comScore.
75% of US mobile subscribers used text messaging on their mobile device in June 2012 (up 0.7 percentage points). Downloaded applications were used by 51.4% of subscribers (up 1.4 percentage points), while browsers were used by 50.2% (up 0.9 percentage points). (comScore, August 2012).
Greg provides experience and guidance on all aspects of successful product development in social media, user-generated content, marketplace-driven SEO, mobile marketing, paid content, reputation management, platform-targeted development and digital advertising sales.
Greg co-developed research projects with Belden Research, Pulse Research, The API, The Inland Press Association, and Borrell Associates. On the basis of his research on the metered-approach (with ITZ/Belden and the American Press Institute), Greg spent over a year as chief revenue enhancement strategist for Journalism Online, helping newspaper companies develop strategies for charging for content.
We bring years of experience to media clients in cultivating cultural change, managing complex project introductions, executing marketing campaigns, creating effective sales packages, coaching sales managers and providing sales training.
Kevin Slimp is remembered by most people for his work leading up to the development of the PDF Remote Printing Method in the early and mid 1990s. In 1997, Kevin accepted the position of director of the Institute of Newspaper Technology, a continuing education program for newspaper publishers, designers and technical gurus located on campus at the University of Tennessee.
Since 1994, Kevin has spoken at hundreds of newspaper conferences throughout the U.S. and Canada. In addition to his work in North America, Kevin has been asked to direct a program in Eastern Europe this summer in commemoration of the rise of free press twenty years ago.
In 2006, Kevin founded BrainCast, an online training program for newspaper staffs. His syndicated column is carried by more than 60 industry publications in the U.S., Canada, Asia and Australia. He serves as Adjunct Professor in the College of Communication and Information at the University of Tennessee.
In addition to his work in the U.S. and Canada, Kevin has been invited to keynote a celebration commemorating the 20th anniversary of the free press in Eastern Europe in November.
His Web site, kevinslimp.com, receives more than 40,000 unique visitors each month.