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The rules for getting and keeping customers have changed. As the specialists in intelligent marketing and web development, the agents of Fame Foundry are on a mission to deliver the inside information you need to get ahead in today’s marketplace.
The Fame Foundry Marketing Minute launched three years ago with a singular purpose: helping those like you who are charged with growing a business navigate the challenges of today's ever-changing competitive landscape. 500 episodes later, we pause to take a look back at the revolution in ideas that are redefining the rules of how business is done.
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The founder of TWiT is taking on the Goliaths of mainstream media with a lean, mean cutting-edge netcasting network that is redefining the relationship between audiences and advertisers.
The self-proclaimed “Internetainers” are spoofing their way to success in branded online entertainment one viral video at a time.
Join us on this podcast episode for a business growth story that combines quality product, quality service, community building, and personal passion. It's the story of Amelies French Bakery.
As our review of the top episodes of the past quarter concludes today, we’ll unlock the secret of secrets – that is, how you can use exclusive updates and special offers to keep your loyal customers wanting more.
What exactly can the notoriously eccentric actor teach us about relating to consumers in the Digital Age? We’ll reveal how Gary Busey can help you transform your customer service experience as our review of the top episodes of the past quarter continues.
If you want to keep your customers coming back to your e-commerce site time after time, it pays to focus on the small details that add extra convenience, a touch of humor or just a bit of fun to the user experience. We'll explain why as our review of the top episodes of the past quarter continues.
Our review of the top episodes of the past quarter continues as we reveal why it’s important to give your brand a face – and an email, a physical address and a phone number.
Over the past few months, we've covered a lot of ground here on The Fame Foundry Marketing Minute. Now it's time to rewind and review our top episodes of the quarter. First up, we’ll explore why if you want your business to be found online, you've got to play by Google's rules - whatever those rules happen to be.