“I can show you how to set up Twitter, but Chris will show you how to make money for your business by using Twitter,” says Jeff Zaret, vice president of sales for National Processing Solutions in Centerville, Ohio.
In the first six weeks after training with Celek Media Consulting, Jeff expanded his business networking by using Twitter and added seven customers as a result.
What I’ve been working on lately:
Cadillac Jack’s Sports Bar & Grill — Launched social media profiles on Facebook and Twitter for Dayton Ohio area restaurant group to connect with fans of pro, college, local high schools and community youth sports. Results: 16 percent of Facebook fans redeemed coupons available on new fan page in first month of campaign.
Rotary International District 6670 — Webinars to introduce social media tools for 52 non-profit community service groups in Cincinnati, Dayton and Springfield Ohio areas and specific tips, techniques to organize, find support for, and promote Rotary’s Sept. 11, 2010 Day of Community Service in southwest Ohio. Created training courses and meeting space using Syncrospace from Mindactive.
Tavern Restaurant Group — Training for marketing team to create and manage social media profiles for 4 restaurant brands with 15 locations in 4 cities in Ohio and Kentucky. Tools include Google Places, Hootsuite for content management and analytics, Facebook fan pages and Foursquare.
The Polo Grille — Training to effectively use Twitter.com and a Facebook fan page to build relationships with customers, share information about restaurant events, menus and specials and enable customers to comment about their experiences at the restaurant. Results: Manager reports increased sales from Facebook fans, especially for restaurant-sponsored wine tasting events and fund raising with a local breast cancer awareness group.
Northeast Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce — Organized and led three workshops for members and other businesses on how to connect with customers using Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin and YouTube.
Hatch Photo Artistry — training to effectively use Twitter.com and Linkedin.com to build relationships with people who are interested in photo restoration, fine art photography and stock photography. Results: Owner generated new revenue from 3 freelance photography assignments during first 8 months using social media.
Ultrova Wealth Resources — Refocused messaging on financial advisor’s web site and training on ways to use Linkedin.com effectively as part of business networking. Results: Owner reports increased traffic on the business web site after publishing new content.
JoinRotaryToday.com — Created, manage blog (WordPress) to support Join Rotary Today membership campaign for seven service clubs by Rotary District 6670 in Cincinnati area.
University of Dayton — updated public web site and created internal site for students, faculty and staff. Results: All content updated on time to support successful accreditation review — and completed on budget.
“Chris came to us at the University of Dayton as a contractor to support our web needs. His work is exceptional, on time and within budget. He works well with our professors — not always an easy task — and has taken the time to find out what each needs and has met each need. It is without reservation that I recommend Chris,” says Dan Raisch, associate dean, School of Education and Allied Professions.
Green Bird House — created Twitter presence to help a Cincinnati company enter green products market. After first weekend of use, Disney World connected with
Green Bird House and purchased 400 units for an environmental education program at Epcot in Orlando, Fla. A New York Times reporter connected with Green Bird House and the resulting interview and news story garnered national attention for the new product launch.
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Leadership Warren County — created Linkedin presence for recruiting and alumni activities.
ReMax — created Twitter presence for real estate agent.
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