Welcome our Newest Client "PASSION NIGHTCLUB"

Welcome!

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Passion Nightclub hired Sociallybuzz to manage, maintain, and grow their social media presence and community.

 Passion Nightclub want the ability to reach and connect with their existing and new party enthusiast anytime, through there social media and geo-location platforms. To
promote upcoming, weekly and special events.

 

Please stay connected with us to see all the amazing things to come.

 

About Sociallybuzz:
Sociallybuzz is a social media management, marketing and advertising company, working with franchises to help them understand the importance of having a local social web presence and the values of having a great relationship with their walk-in consumers online. Sociallybuzz have over 50 experience social media/online account managers, that knows all social media and location based platforms inside and out, including tailoring specific verbiage and best practices.

The Sociallybuzz team consists of experienced Marketing Gurus, Social Media Strategist, Genius Product Developers, SEO Specialist and Account Managers with WOW customer service.

The very first Apple Macintosh Computer commercial [Released in 1984]

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This was the commercial that introduced the Apple Macintosh Computer to the world.

The first Apple Macintosh Computer was released to the world on January 24th, 1984. [27 Years Ago]

The script from the commercial read “On January 24th, Apple computer will introduce Macintosh. And you’ll see why 1984, wont be like “1984”.

 

 

 

 

 

DOES ONE???S KNOWLEDGE AFFECT THE OUTCOME OF A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS?

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Some would say that smarter people tend to be more successful in the business world as well as in general living, the question is, is that a fact? As in all cases there are 2 ways of seeing things, most people were raised with the general sense that knowledge is power, which is true, the more you know the more productive you can be.  Same is in the business world, if you know your product, your competition, and how you want to make the world view your company and produce repeating consumers you will be a successful business individual. Statistics show that comparing the success rate of college graduates and drop outs, graduates win by a landslide. On the contrary, being educated in a field does not guarantee you the position in the company, nor success for that matter.

 

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 We see it too many times in the business world, highly educated graduates in certain fields losing the position to an individual that’s less qualified, why does that happen?   This situation occurs because in some cases not all, it’s not what you know, its who you know. That’s definitely not the most positive way to think but in fact its reality. Some people just have that luck that they find favor wherever they go. Using an example of a successful business that is booming and majority of the people affiliated did not graduate from high school, let alone went to college; the music industry has produced some very intelligent business men and women. One in particular is Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter, did not graduate high school and is now one of the wealthiest individuals in the world, sources calculate his money could last him 3 lifetimes. He used his talent to get him where he needed to go and learned the business along the way, leading back to needing to be knowledgeable in order to progress and be successful.

What’s your take on this? Leave your comments below.

 

 

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The map shows the living classes of people in the USA. Breaking down the societies that the college graduates live in compared to people that did not graduate. It does show that graduates live in better communities, and do make more money to support their lifestyles, take a look at it.

Resource:

www.fastcompany.com

 

 

ABOUT SOCIALLYBUZZ

 

Sociallybuzz is a social media management, marketing and advertising company, working with businesses to help them understand the importance of having a social web presence and the values of having a great relationship with their consumers online. We have over 50 experience social media/online account mangers, that knows all social media and location based platforms inside and out, including tailoring specific verbiage and best practices. Sociallybuzz’s goal is to help any company from small businesses to large corporations manage, moderate and grow their social media presence.

The Sociallybuzz team consists of experienced Marketing Guru¹s, Social Media Strategist, Genius Product Developers, SEO Specialist and Account Mangers with WOW customer service.

 

Written By: Jenell W.

Sociallybuzz Blogger-Ru

 

Franchise Expo South 2011 [We were there!]

The 2011 Franchise Expo South was a great event. Our Ceo and Executive Account Manager attended and did an amazing job networking.

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“We met a lot of great people and companies – Andre Kay, Ceo of Sociallybuzz, Inc

 

 

ABOUT SOCIALLYBUZZ

Sociallybuzz is a social media management, marketing and advertising company, working with businesses to help them understand the importance of having a social web presence and the values of having a great relationship with their consumers online. We have over 50 experience social media/online account mangers, that knows all social media and location based platforms inside and out, including tailoring specific verbiage and best practices. Sociallybuzz’s goal is to help any company from small businesses to large corporations manage, moderate and grow their social media presence.

The Sociallybuzz team consists of experienced Marketing Guru¹s, Social Media Strategist, Genius Product Developers, SEO Specialist and Account Mangers with WOW customer service.

New Year, New Marketing Goals for Businesses!

A lot of business owners have their new year’s resolution for 2011. It can be anything from making their mom and pop business bigger or to just progressing with what they already have in hand. The secret to a new year’s resolution is to actually keep it, and the iphone does have an app for that (http://www.fastcompany.com/1711669/actually-keep-your-new-years-resolution-this-year-with-a-new-iphone-app)- more on that later. For the most part businesses are shaped around marketing, so looking further into progressing this year, should definitely be one or two of the main factors that need addressing. There are different books and motivational sights that small or large business owners can look into or they can partner up with companies like Sociallybuzz, to help them lay out and execute their Social Media Marketing and Advertising goals.

In most cases, small and large businesses have the same goal in mind, which is to expand and grow and to of course build capital while doing all of this. What businesses owners need to do in order to be successful in this field is to focus on the 3 main points in a business world which is for one the product which is being retailed or service the company is offering, also the promotion and marketing of that product or service and last of course the competition and how to make your company stand out as the best choice for buyers nationwide, worldwide or whichever avenue you expect to reach with your business.

In some cases it can actually help to write down your goals for the year and what you plan to achieve in a certain amount of time and by doing that you can docket or check off when you reach one of those goals or if you get closer to the overall goal you have, leading back to the iphone app that I mentioned earlier. Iphone actually has an app that can help you organize, plan and maintain your goals throughout the year. Weather it be a personal goal, something you want to buy to better you and or career goals. The app works in four stages: first you brainstorm ideas, then you narrow them down to a small list, then you commit to a few, and then you get motivated to meet those goals.

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 If you feel as a business owner that your company has run out of easy growth opportunities and has come to the end of the road for lack of a better term there are some books available that you may find useful.

·       “Delivering Happiness” by Tony Hsieh 

·       “Smart Growth” by Edward D. Hess 

·      “Built to Sell” by John Warrillow

·       There are so many great business books to choose from. Which ones should you read? To pick the top business books of the year for the entrepreneur, we turned to Inc. magazine’s editor at large Leigh Buchanan, who writes Inc.’s monthly “Skimmer’s Guide” book review; editor-at-large Bo Burlingham, the author of Small Giants; contributing writer John Warrillow, the author of Built to Sell; BrandAsset Consulting president John Gerzema, the co-author of Spend Shift; contributing writer Suzi Sosa, the founder and president of the MPOWER Foundation; and Jack Covert, founder of 800CEORead.com, an influential blog that tracks new releases. Here are their top choices for 2010.

·       Reposted from Inc.com Top Business Books 

·       Forget about the “sophomore slump.” Switch might even be better than this duo’s first book, Made to Stick. Switch is about making change happen, despite our tendency to fight it. Change management traditionally focuses on process. But brothers Chip and Dan Heath are nontraditional guys. So they focus on psychology—specifically what is it about our wacky human m
inds that make us embrace some changes and cringe from others. Like
Stick, Switch makes its points with humor and diverting anecdotes. (Pssst: You’ll never view the food pyramid the same way again.) —Recommended by Leigh Buchanan and Jack Covert 

·       Bornstein and Davis put together the basic primer on social entrepreneurship that has been badly needed to establish some fundamental vocabulary and foundation concepts for this space. The book is neither too technical nor too superficial. Social Entrepreneurship skillfully balances sufficient introduction to the concepts with supporting examples while also being accessible and engaging. —Recommended by Suzi Sosa 

·       Zilch is a lovable book. It’s all about creating something out of nothing. Nancy Lublin has done it in the not-for-profit world, and she has all kinds of useful advice about doing it in for-profit businesses. Now if only she could teach the same lessons to the leaders of our government… —Recommended by Bo Burlingham

·       At last, we have the definitive work on the management principles and methods that have made Zingerman’s Community of Businesses a paragon of the trust-and-track approach to running a business. You won’t find it at Amazon, however. Zingerman’s Guide to Good Leading, Part 1: A Lapsed Anarchist’s Approach to Building a Great Business is available only through the company. —Recommended by Bo Burlingham

·       We constantly hear that each of us will have multiple careers in a lifetime. The trick is to know how to switch from one to another. No one understands the process better than Pamela Mitchell, and she shares her secrets here in the The 10 Laws of Career ReinventionRecommended by Bo Burlingham

·       Imagine Keith Richards speaking at your corporate retreat. Well, if you filter out the drugs, groupies and trashed hotel rooms, Richard’s autobiography, Life, has some very valuable business lessons—from dealing with longstanding partner conflict (e.g. Mick Jagger), how to create the right conditions for creativity (recording Exile on Main Street the basement of his house rather than a studio) and how to innovate around an existing product (Keith discovered open G tuning using only 5 strings, which gives the Stones their unique sound). True, the book has more discussion about roadies than revenue forecasting, but it’s a remarkable story of endurance in the pursuit of creativity, which isn’t easy in any business. —Recommended by John Gerzema

·       Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson are founders of 37signals, and this book contains the lessons they learned while building and running that iconoclastic software company. Their pronouncements are simple, anti-intuitive, and sometimes profound. It is a hugely inclusive book with a disarming common sense. Underdo your competition. Learning from mistakes is overrated. Hire great writers. Reading ReWork is like sitting down with the savviest, most plain-spoken entrepreneur you know and saying, “OK, what’s your secret?” Rework is practical, offering logical ideas that are instantly applicable to the solo entrepreneur, the team leader, or the company owner. —Recommended by Leigh Buchanan, Jack Covert and John Gerzema

·       Stan Slap has penned one of the smartest and most compelling books o
n leadership I have been lucky enough to read. Slap uses his research with over 10,000 managers from seventy countries to point out dichotomies that encapsulate the problems modern business manager faces.
Bury my Heart in Conference Room B will help managers become better leaders and, on the way, become committed managers. Slap’s methodology is to help managers become committed first to themselves, to live their personal values at work which is why people become leaders in the first place. —Recommended by Jack Covert

·       Yunus has been talking about social business as a concept for many years but this book finally goes into detail explaining what social business is and giving specific examples of how it works. The nuance here is a form of business that reinvests all of its profits into the enterprise, which Yunus argues is essential when you are serving the poorest of the poor. Building Social Business provides a valuable contribution to the social entrepreneurship world by introducing a new business model that uniquely balances social mission with financial sustainability. —Recommended by Suzi Sosa

·       Zappos is a very modern company that’s focused on values, culture, and dignity of the individual, which manifests itself in outstanding customer service. Having spent a day with their customer call center team, I can tell you they live what Tony Hsieh espouses.Delivering Happiness is relatable, practical, and intimate. —Recommended by John Gerzema

·       The Little Big Things is vintage Tom Peters, the Red Bull of management thinkers. If the economy has got you down and you’re feeling out of sorts, a shot of Peters is guaranteed to pick you up and put you back on the road to excellence. —Recommended by Bo Burlingham

·       The movie The Social Network was for anyone who likes a good story. Journalist David Kirkpatrick’s The Facebook Effect is for entrepreneurs interested in how to take a business from dorm room to the big time—and who also like a good story. Kirkpatrick’s a fan, so he doesn’t dissect the endless conflicts and missteps of Facebook’s past and present—which would be more of a problem if everybody and his uncle wasn’t already doing so. This book is a solid company-building story about one of the most influential companies of our time. Until Zuckerberg writes his memoir, it’s as close to a “How I Did It” as curious parties are likely to get. —Recommended by Leigh Buchanan

·       We’ve seen a glut of books on crowdsourcing lately, but MacroWikinomics paints an unusually panoramic picture of how collaboration-on-steroids will play out. Don Tapscott, a business consultant, and Anthony Williams, a fellow at the Lisbon Council, have done a grand job ferreting out exciting examples in everything from R&D to education to health care. They then extrapolate the current state of the art to a credible future where, for example, average citizens going about their daily lives can easily collect information on things like food safety and air quality to feed back to regulators. Sounds far-fetched? Street sweepers in San Francisco are already measuring pollution levels. You’ll say “cool” repeatedly. —Recommended by Leigh Buchanan

·       After you read MacroWikinomics, pick up Jaron Lanier’s screed, If you’re a Seth Godin fan, as I am, you’ll find his latest book packed with the usual counter-intuitive, thought-provoking, status-quo-challenging insights for which he is famous. If you’re not a Seth Godin fan, well, you should be, and Linchpin might just make you one. —Recommended by Bo Burlingham

·       Steven Johnson has written a brilliant analysis of creativity and innovation. Johnson lists seven patterns that help innovative thinking and structures his chapters accordingly. Through sometimes-unusual research and always interesting, intricate storytelling to back it up, Johnson reveals how innovation comes into being in many different shapes and sizes—and many times in counterintuitive ways. Where Good Ideas Come From is a book that requires some investment from the reader because of the complex nature of idea creation and evolution, and the fact that Johnson digs deep into it. But the great research and engaging stories make that investment small compared to the rewards. —Recommended by Jack Covert

·       One of the hardest things to do is to follow up a great success with another one. Dan Ariely had a smash success with his first book, Predictably Irrational, but he clearly overcame any sophomore slump because his new book, The Upside of Irrationality, is brilliant. Ariely is clearly an extremely intelligent and educated person, and still, his writing reads like he is just a buddy you bowl with every Wednesday night. His many fascinating antidotes can change your way of thinking about many everyday things, like money, work, friendship, and happiness. —Recommended by Jack Covert

·       In Business Model Generation, Osterwalder encourages owners to plot out their business model using something he developed called the “business model canvas.” It forces entrepreneurs to communicate their business model visually, which Osterwalder says sharpens their thinking and allows them to get what’s in their head onto a canvas for others to see and contribute to. Once your vision has been exported from your head onto a canvas your employees helped to create, you’ll have a business that can grow without you calling all the shots—which is the essence of a sellable company. This is by far the most innovative book on how to think about putting together a business. —Recommended by Suzi Sosa and John Warrillow

·       For those uneasy about new initiatives in a sour economy, Islands of Profit explains how to make more money from the business you already have. Jonathan Byrnes, a lecturer at M.I.T., makes the shrewd observation that no one in companies actually manages profitability. As a result, opportunities go unexplored and inefficiencies are allowed to linger. Worse, the mindless pursuit of new business means companies bring on customers who actually end up costing them. This enormously practical book shows readers how to rethink every part of their companies—from sales to supply chains to service—with an eye toward sweeping up money currently left on the table. —Recommended by Leigh Buchanan

·       The definitive rebuttal to the myth of “grow or die.” Professor Hess’s examples in Smart Growth come mainly from public companies, but his insights, conclusions, and advice apply equally to privately owned businesses of all shapes and sizes. —Recommended by Bo Burlingham

·       There’s a reason Stanford professor Robert Sutton uses the word “boss” instead of “manager” in his book’s title. Sutton is fascinated by personal dynamics. He understands that managers don’t just manage. They manage people. Consequently their effectiveness depends on how those people perceive and react to them. Good Boss: Bad Boss draws on a wealth of anecdotal experience and academic research to lay out what leaders and managers should be doing every day. But Sutton, author of The No Asshole Rule, is also a connoisseur of misbehavior. You’ll enjoy all the stories of bullies and badgerer
s: the scuffmarks as opposed to the benchmarks, if you will. Read about what they do. Then do the opposite. —
Recommended by Leigh Buchanan

·       These days not even the slickest salesman could sell ice to Eskimos. But companies that make portable ice-fishing shelters have a shot at the Intuit market. Ditto purveyors of beaver-fur hats. In an economy of chronic oversupply, business success depends on capturing pools of high-profit demand. Rick Kash, founder of the Cambridge Group, and David Calhoun, CEO of the Nielsen Company, explain how to divine what customers need and why they buy the way they do. After reading How Companies Win you’ll never do market research the same way again —Recommended by Leigh Buchanan

·       Jeffrey Hayzlett is the wonderful maverick from South Dakota who is the king of common sense in business. The Mirror Test is an inspiration, very relatable and somehow seems to impart valuable business wisdom while not talking down to its reader. —Recommended by John Gerzema

·       Americans emerging from the recession are different from the Americans who went into it. And not just because we have less money. Consumers who once sought status and luxury now prefer goods that speak to enduring values like optimism, resiliency, self-reliance, community, and respect. John Gerzema, the chief insights officer and Young & Rubicon, and business author Michael D’Antonio traveled around the country to find surprising—often delightful—examples of entrepreneurs and business models that satisfy our new sense of self. Spend Shift is not some rote call to social responsibility but rather an insightful field study of the way we live now. —Recommended by Leigh Buchanan

·       “How Companies Win” by Rick Kash and David Calhoun

·       “Zingerman’s Guide to Good Leading” by Ari Weinzweig

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According to the ratings, these are the top books for the New Year with motivation and guidance for business owners and just general life that can benefit you on your goal to being a better you. All of these books got very good feedback from critics and readers all over.

 To all the business owners out there whether you been in the game for many years or you just started your new business this year, colleges offer business courses to teach or refresh your knowledge on how to help your business become better and stronger. It’s very important that you have an understanding of the steps you need to take to succeed and to have and keep a healthy relationship with you customers.

 

RESOURCES:

www.fastcompany.com

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ABOUT SOCIALLYBUZZ

Sociallybuzz is a social media management, marketing and advertising company, working with businesses to help them understand the importance of having a social web presence and the values of having a great relationship with their consumers online. We have over 50 experience social media/online account mangers, that knows all social media and location based platforms inside and out, including tailoring specific verbiage and best practices.
Sociallybuzz’s goal is to help any company from small businesses to large corporations manage, moderate and grow their social media presence.

The Sociallybuzz team consists of experienced Marketing Guru¹s, Social Media Strategist, Genius Product Developers, SEO Specialist and Account Mangers with WOW customer service.

 

Written By: Jenell W.

Sociallybuzz Blogger-Ru


Sociallybuzz.com Releases Their New Social Media Management and Marketing Services for Franchises

Miami Beach, FL (PRWEB) January 5, 2011

Sociallybuzz announces today, the release of their Social Media Management Services to all Franchises. Today marks an unprecedented day for Franchise owners who wants a simple, effective and affordable way to connect with the people and the community that matters the most to the growth of their business.

Sociallybuzz decided to release their services to all franchises, After 6 months of successfully testing out their strategic franchise social media services with several fortune 500 franchises.

“We put together the technologies of the top Social Media Networks, Google Places, Geo location services like Foursquare, our patent pending social media localize marketing tool along with our build, engage and grow methodology to deliver the most effective and revenue driven results for franchises,” said Andre Kay, Ceo Of Sociallybuzz.

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Franchises corporate marketing and social media initiatives are usually targeted to the general consumer and not at any specific franchise geographic location or local community. Sociallybuzz changes that by using their tools and strategies to increase the communication and the awareness of local franchises within their own specific market and community.

Sociallybuzz Franchise Social Media Services drive local customers through the doors by building creative and dynamic visual branding to publish local information, coupons and promotion which in turn increases ROI. Sociallybuzz also develop, market and execute community involvement events and activities like Customer Appreciation Days for franchises to give back to the customers that supports them year after year which helps solidify a lasting relationship with their customer base.

All franchises can take advantage of this great new service by visiting and contacting Sociallybuzz.

About Sociallybuzz:
Sociallybuzz is a social media management, marketing and advertising company, working with franchises to help them understand the importance of having a local social web presence and the values of having a great relationship with their walk-in consumers online. Sociallybuzz have over 50 experience social media/online account managers, that knows all social media and location based platforms inside and out, including tailoring specific verbiage and best practices.

The Sociallybuzz team consists of experienced Marketing Gurus, Social Media Strategist, Genius Product Developers, SEO Specialist and Account Managers with WOW customer service.

Catch 10 Seafood Bistro: 241 LivingSocial deals purchased in 24 Hrs

We helped our client Catch 10 Seafood Bistro Execute and Market a daily deal campaign on “LivingSocial

The results were great! Within 10 Hours 148 deals were purchased and within 24 Hours, 241 deals were purchased.

 

FIRST 10 HOURS

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WITHIN 24 HOURS

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The Social Media “Big Picture” conclusion:

1) Noone goes to a restaurant by themself. So if an average of 2 people go, base on only 1 purchasing the deal, then the next person have to pay full price for their meal; This makes it a winner for the Restaurant.

2) An average of 482 customer will walk through their doors.

3) With Great food and Great service provided, the customer return rate will be Great!

 

 

About Catch 10 Seafood Bistro

Catch 10 Seafood Bistro is a one-of-a-kind Seafood restaurant on South Beach. Located in the old Coral House (a historical landmark built in 1922).

 

 

About Livingsocial

LivingSocial connects consumers to cool stuff. They offer daily deals to the best places in your city.

 

ABOUT SOCIALLYBUZZ

Sociallybuzz is a social media management, marketing and advertising company, working with businesses to help them understand the importance of having a social web presence and the values of having a great relationship with their consumers online. We have over 50 experience social media/online account mangers, that knows all social media and location based platforms inside and out, including tailoring specific verbiage and best practices. Sociallybuzz’s goal is to help any company from small businesses to large corporations manage, moderate and grow their social media presence.

The Sociallybuzz team consists of experienced Marketing Guru¹s, Social Media Strategist, Genius Product Developers, SEO Specialist and Account Mangers with WOW customer service.

 

– [The Social Media White Knight]

 

Hello 2011…. We have been waiting on you!

“I Dare you to Dream the Impossible…”

This is the year to : “Build, Engage and Grow”

Year-2011

 

 

ABOUT SOCIALLYBUZZ

Sociallybuzz is a social media management, marketing and advertising company, working with businesses to help them understand the importance of having a social web presence and the values of having a great relationship with their consumers online. We have over 50 experience social media/online account mangers, that knows all social media and location based platforms inside and out, including tailoring specific verbiage and best practices. Sociallybuzz’s goal is to help any company from small businesses to large corporations manage, moderate and grow their social media presence.

The Sociallybuzz team consists of experienced Marketing Guru¹s, Social Media Strategist, Genius Product Developers, SEO Specialist and Account Mangers with WOW customer service.