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New Layout

Out with the old. In with the new.

HubNami is proud to announce that we have completely redesigned our website, and made it even easier for small businesses to maximize their social media marketing efforts. The new sleek design will allow users to navigate with ease and explore all of the powerful social media tools that HubNami has to offer.

Social Yelp

HubNami is officially Yelping! We are proud to announce that we now offer Yelp insights to all of our small business customers.

Here at HubNami we are constantly looking for new ways to provide our customers with the social media tools to maximize social media marketing efforts. We pride ourselves in being the thought leaders in the social media marketing space and small business experts. We are endlessly innovating new products and finding solutions to help small businesses reduce their time online and increase their return on investment.

The Social Agent

If you ask anyone who has ever bought a new home what their number one piece of advice is, they will tell you to find a good agent. Having a good real estate agent can literally make or break your home buying experience. But what are buyers and sellers suppose to do when it comes to choosing the right agent? Choosing the right agent can be a difficult choice for both buyers and sellers due to the vast number of options available.

Smb Marketing Tips

A single marketing tactic by itself rarely works. We recommend a multi pronged approach that reaches out across many different channels. If an individual encounters the exact same message multiple times on the same network, that individual will be less likely to respond then if they encountered the same message across multiple different channels.

Agile Market Sprint Agenda

1. Planning for the Sprint:

Before each sprint, you will want to plan a meeting with your team to begin going over your goals and expectations. This meeting should be between 1 hour to a full day, depending on the size and duration of the marketing sprint. This is where you and your team can set up clear objectives and goals and divide the tasks and responsibilities accordingly.

Small Business Agile Market Sprint

Your sprint needs to be long enough so that you can clearly see the results of your marketing efforts. The typical small business marketing sprint usually last between 4-6 weeks long, but may vary depending on the business model and sales channels. It's important to remember that no matter how long your sprint is, that you set a start date, mid-term assessment point and end date. Once your sprint is complete, you will want to review and analyze your results with a social media tool for small business.

Agile Marketing Scrum

The scrum is the grease that keeps the agile marketing sprint running and just another word for a meeting or huddle. The scrum is the time that all the different players on your small business team come together and report on the activities of the marketing sprint. Each player will report on three things during each scrum.

M M E E

All you need to know about M.M.E.E. is that is that I always Monitor, Measure, Engage and Evolve the business. Whether I’m removing a bad review on Yelp, Tweeting about my small business or uploading pictures on Facebook or Instagram. I’m always evolving my business and monitoring my success.

The Guide To Social Media Do It Yourself Marketing

Do you run a small business? If you do, then you already know that you don’t have enough time to manage Facebook, Twitter, LInkedin, YouTube, Tumblr, Instagram and Yelp by yourself. You probably don’t have enough time to manage even one of those on your own and if you do, its not going very well. A recent study shows that it takes small and midsize companies about 32 hours a month to manage one social media platform adequately. Let’s be honest, that’s just too much time to be spending on social media when you have so many other things you could be working on.

Tracking Your Competition

Most small businesses lack the time, money and experience to effectively track their competition. Unlike big brands, they lack the resources to fully understand who their competition is, what their competition is doing and when they are doing it.