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This recap should help you find some of our informative social media updates. Vantage Search Marketing is dedicated to staying on top of the PPC industry, and we want you to stay on top too.
Our posts will help you stay PPC relevant. If you have anything you’d like to say or make us say feel free to hit us up on one of our social media channels listed below.
February’s been a while gone, but we didn’t forget about our social media. And you shouldn’t either, below are some of the highlights. Get informed and stay PPC relevant with us–and if you have anything you think we should cover, feel free to message or tag us on social media.
We’ve made it through another holiday season, some of us with Christmas sweaters and others without. But all in all, we feel that the closing weeks of 2015 were a success, and we hope that everyone else enjoyed their final moments of the year as well. Now we look forward to a new year full of new challenges and experiences that’ll make us a stronger PPC agency.
Vantage is resolved to increasing and improving the PPC success stories we write for 2016. What’re your new years resolutions?
As always, here are some of our social media highlights (follow us to keep on top of the PPC industry):
Back with another social recap. Things are getting busy at the office as campaigns ramp up for the holiday season. Being busy is never a bad thing for us and we’re excited to see what our work achieves for our clients in the final push of the year.
As always, here are some highlights from the last month of social activity:
Take a break and relive some sharing memories with us.
October has passed and we’re here to reflect on what we shared with the world during the month. But first, are you ready for the holiday season? Your marketing better be getting into holiday hustle and bustle. Scroll down to our Facebook section to find out how to achieve holiday Zen with PPC.
Our social media is dedicated to keeping followers informed on important PPC developments. So, if you’re interested in improving your PPC and staying on top of digital advertising trends, don’t hesitate to follow us on one of our social networks (Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Google+)
Occasionally we share some humorous stuff as well, like this ad from Denmark
Like raccoons in a kitchen, Vantage members, Renton and Steve, indulged themselves on new information at CTAConf. The excited pair came back from the Vancouver conference with a host of new ideas and strategies for getting more and better leads. The conference is hosted by Unbounce, the team that makes great landing page tools. It was a blast!
During the month, we posted numerous informative, entertaining, and helpful things on Vantage’s social networks. We think you should see a few, and if you like any, be sure to follow us on one of our social media channels for more!
Happy Belated New Year!
With the holidays long since past and the exciting challenges of a new year in full sway, Vantage Search Marketing is busy, busy, busy. Our clients’ budgets are increasing, the client roster is increasing, and we’re loving it. This busyness doesn’t prevent us from enjoying some of the perks of the business, though: Steve and Kevin are away heli-skiing with some help from our courteous and generous clients, Revelstoke Mountain Resort and their heli-skiing specialists, Selkirk Tangiers. This video gives you an idea of just how epic this adventure is:
As an internet marketing company in Vancouver, you don’t often come across a project that actually tries to make the world a better place, but I think I have found one. Sumaq Rugs is a company based in Vancouver that sells custom alpaca rugs from Peru. The thing that makes them unique is that the rugs are made the traditional way by using looms and 5% of every sale goes directly back into the weavers community.
When I talked to the owner’s Collis Verdicchio and Derek Beech, I asked them how they work the logistics of finding these families. They said that it was difficult finding Peruvian families with looms because only the wealthier families could afford them. There are no large manufacture plants for these rugs to be produced in, as they are all produced in family run workshops. Sumaq’s program is designed to increase the number of looms in each village. However, this would seem like a good business investment if it wasn’t for the fact that they pay “living wages”. This means that all the weavers are paid fare prices which allows them to provide for their families.
Another factor that makes this program a real success is the fact that it allows families to stay together. If these weavers didn’t have their own workshops they would be forced to leave their families and work at low paying manufacturing jobs in the large cities.
Getting back to the internet marketing side of things, for this project we are pushing social media, article submissions with a small PPC campaign to try to get the word out about this awesome socially conscious company. I have only just begun on this project but I will keep everyone posted on their progress.
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