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We are here to be the engine that moves your business forward.


Our focus is to identify your customer audience, and then deliver the technology, strategy, and tactics that convert audience into opportunities.

Before any marketing or selling takes place, every business must know their customer. We gather the data you need to build a successful marketing and sales strategy. Click to learn more.

Ranking high in search (Google, local, etc) is critical to your success. We can help with a site audit, local search, directories, and more, to help generate greater organic traffic to your website. Click to learn more.

Create the digital and print content you need to create interest in your company. We handle website copy, blog posts, emails, video production, graphic design and more. Click to learn more.

Business to business (B2B), and business to government (B2G) lead generation is a process marketers follow to capture audience interest in a product or service, and then adding those contacts into a marketing and sales pipeline. Click to learn more.

Promotion of your business requires knowledge of advertising laws and restrictions on social networks and ad platforms. We have promoted across AdWords, Facebook, LinkedIn, and others. Click to learn more.

Engaging with your audience on social media is important to your brand and business growth. We provide management and innovative ideas to help get your audience engaged online. Click to learn more.

Take a look at some of our industry data, close-up reports, and "how to" guides .

How The U.S. Military Uses Instagram

The different service branches of the U.S. Military have increased their use of social media, including Instagram. This page includes data and statistics of how they use Instagram.

Read our Discover The Social Web blog

We cover the latest trends in content marketing, social media, and marketing technology. Our team also provides tips on ways businesses can market more effectively.

Whats Happening To Twitter
Industry analysts may have expected it. Social media gurus don’t seem surprised. But the announcement that Twitter is killing off Vine has sparked a great deal of surprise among Vine and Twitter users, and renewed discussion (especially in light of planned layoffs that will total 9% of its workforce) about why Twitter is failing. And
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The MIT Enterprise Forum of Washington DC and Baltimore, Women in Housing and Finance and the George Washington University School of Business are partnering to offer their respective members and guests a special Blockchain technology program on October 18. Whether you are a novice or you have been immersed in the technology for several years
Marijuana News Hub - Social Web Tactics
This post, International Roundup On Marijuana News For September, originally appeared in the New Frontier CannaBit blog. The U.S. market continues to dominate news coverage. And with numerous marijuana legalization laws scheduled to be voted on in November, the news focus on these efforts and other stories won’t likely dissipate. However, there are some interesting
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This post, Colorado Marijuana Businesses and Tourism Show Strong Growth, originally appeared in the New Frontier CannaBit blog. The business landscape in Colorado has changed dramatically since voters approved a constitutional amendment legalizing the sale of recreational marijuana in 2014. In Denver, for example, there are almost 400 listings for marijuana dispensaries in the popular
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This post, Where Do The Presidential Candidates Stand On Marijuana Legalization?, originally appeared in the New Frontier CannaBit blog. Pro-cannabis positions reflect changing American attitudes towards the issue For an election that has been defined by disagreements, harsh rhetoric, and historically high disapproval of the Democratic and Republican Party nominees, the 2016 Presidential Election also
MIT Enterprise Forum - DC and Baltimore

MIT Enterprise Forum

I was very excited to connect with Matthew Falls in August. Matt is the Chapter President of the MIT Enterprise Forum for the Washington, DC and Baltimore regions. He is an expert in local government operations, budgeting, financing, workforce development and collaborative leadership. He worked for many years in various roles at the US Department of Commerce,
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