Saturday, May 20, 2017

Social Media | Social Media Marketing, SEO

8 Ways To Use Social Media To Promote Your Company

Modern society revolves around technology and mobile devices, so using social media to reach your audience is a great way to promote your business. However, there are still countless marketers and small business owners that are struggling to harness the power of social media.

Social media is an awesome, cost-effective way to market your company and build a relationship with your potential customers. It can (and should!) be used by virtually any business, regardless of its size or industry.

Although social media can bring a number of great benefits, using these platforms effectively can be a bit overwhelming. To help you, I’ve put together a list of 8 ways you can use social media to promote your company and build an enduring relationship with your audience.

Why Should You Use Social Media?

The emergence and widespread use of new technology have changed many aspects of modern culture, including our shopping habits. Consumers spend a huge amount of time on social media every day, and savvy companies are taking advantage of this. Aside from being cost-effective, promoting your company on social media has many advantages, some of which include:
  • Giving your company personality
  • Sharing your knowledge
  • Becoming a thought leader in your industry
  • Building brand awareness
  • Generating more traffic for your website
  • Improving SEO
  • Increasing loyalty levels
Another great reason to use social media is the emotional aspect. Because social media is a source of entertainment and interactive leisure, consumers are more open-minded and receptive to your marketing efforts, contrary to traditional marketing channels.

Ways to Use Social Media to Promote Your Business

You can promote your company through social media in many different ways. That being said, you have to pay a lot of attention to your audience and your industry. Creating buyer personas, or fictional depictions of your perfect client, will help you set the right tone for your posts and the content you share.

Social media marketing campaigns can be very effective, especially if they are used as a part of a bigger marketing scheme, like an inbound marketing strategy. Here are some of the most effective ways to use social media as a stand-alone strategy or as part of a bigger scheme.

Small Business Marketing | Internet Marketing Tips

10 Tips for Promoting Your Small Business from Online Entrepreneurs

How do you promote your small business? You can use content marketing. You can focus on social media. You can host some sales or other events. And that’s just the start.

For more ideas on how to give your small business a boost this spring, check out these tips from members of our small business community.

Use These Spring Promotion Ideas for Family Friendly Businesses

Spring is a great time to try to appeal to families with your marketing. And there are some really great promotional ideas out there, including the ones listed in this post for family friendly recreation businesses by Jenny Hayward of Signpost.

Use a Blog to Boost Your Business

Blogging isn’t exactly a new promotional strategy for businesses. But it’s important that you have an actual plan for how you can use a blog to really boost your business. Marc Prosser elaborates in this post on the CorpNet blog.

Create High Converting Content

Whether you’re creating blog posts, social media or other types of content, you need to always keep in mind how that content is going to convert customers. In this Content Marketing Institute post, Shane Barker shares how you can create high converting content for your business.

Drive Traffic With LinkedIn Marketing

When you think of social media marketing, your mind probably goes right to Facebook or maybe Twitter. But there are some powerful tools on LinkedIn that you can use to promote your business, as Ravi Chahar outlines in this Inspire to Thrive post. You can also see commentary on the post over on BizSugar.

Use Customer Empowerment to Improve Retention Rates

Your small business’s promotions shouldn’t be all about gaining new customers. It can also be about improving retention rates. This Kissmetrics post by Nadav Dakner goes into more detail about how customer empowerment can improve retention rates for small businesses.

Digital Marketing Trends | AR, VR, Videos, Data, Apps

5 Digital Marketing Trends You Should Be Paying Attention to in 2017

When it comes to digital marketing, content is still king. Content marketing comprised 20.3% of the digital marketing techniques implemented so far in 2017, although big data (crunching numbers to reveal buying patterns, for instance) is quickly gaining a foothold in online commerce.

The point is, businesses that still do not see the significance of digital marketing to boost their presence and revenue will end up being left behind by the competition.
According to a report from Statista, digital ad spending in the U.S. is expected to grow to $118 billion in 2020 from just a shade under $60 billion in 2015. That's more than double in just five years. In the global scale, the amount is expected to reach over $250 billion by 2018.

Here are just five of the digital marketing trends to watch for this year:

1. AR & VR Technology

The potential of augmented reality and virtual reality in business applications has never been more promising. After the gaming industry latched on to the new technology to enhance the user experience for gamers, developers have released apps that can help boost businesses. For instance, architects can make use of AR to give clients a virtual tour of what the finished product would be like. In digital marketing, businesses can exploit VR to help customers get a better picture of their vision more than any other type of messaging could.

2. Live Videos

Facebook Live and Snapchat Videos are just some of the platforms that can be exploited by digital marketers. Video content will dominate the scene in the next few years with Cisco predicting that 80% of consumer internet traffic by 2020 will be cornered by videos. Meanwhile, Facebook Live is growing 94% each year in the U.S. with eight billion views daily.

Facebook was embroiled in a scandal when its video platform was used to broadcast several violent attacks, which prompted founder Mark Zuckerberg to announce the hiring of 3,000 more people to police the platform of any offensive content.

3. Apps for Data Visualization

Applications like Data Hero, Tableau, Dygraphs, and Visual.ly have been helping digital marketers package big data for easy consumption not just for businesses but the consumers as well. This is not exactly a new trend. However, for this year, it's projected that businesses will make sure to exert more effort in using these tools to interpret the facts and figures at their disposal.

SEO - Internet Marketing | Importance of META Tags

Why are META Tags Essential for SEO and Website Ranking?

How to rank better in the search engines? One good SEO technique includes HTML meta tags. Here are 6 types of meta tags and why you should use them.

If your business has a website, then it’s important to think beyond just writing keyword rich copy for the page. It’s also vital to utilize the catalog of meta tags available that can be associated with that page in order to get better traction in the search engines. One of the parts of good SEO (Search Engine Optimization) techniques includes HTML Meta tags. Thankfully, you don’t need to be a programmer to learn the basics of meta tag relevancy and how you can use them to draw your ideal client in to visit your site.

Unlike the early stages of search engines, adding relevant keyword meta tags won’t rank your website higher in the search results anymore. However, meta tags are a great way for business owners to provide search engines, and their users, with information about their website.

SEO - Optimize Website Images | ALT Tags

Why You Should Still Optimize Your Photos For SEO

Most SEOs will tell you that it’s important to optimize your images. It has long been considered an essential part of on-site optimization, especially if images are a central part of your content strategy.

But in recent years, website builders like WordPress have been able to offer more out-of-the-box on-site optimization, with automatically formatted images in many cases.
So just how important is it to optimize your images in 2017?

What Image Optimization Is For

First, let’s explore why you would want to “optimize” your images in the first place. This includes all images on your website, from header and “featured” images to embedded images in your blog posts. 

Friday, May 5, 2017

Influencer Marketing | Influencers, Branding, Social Media

The Added Value of Influencers

From creative content to mass syndication, influencer marketing has its perks. It’s no wonder more and more brands are reserving marketing dollars to enlist in the support of niche talent with very engaged networks. And the more we launch influencer programs the more benefits we discover for our clients. There is added value of influencers around every turn.

Courting Sparks Awareness

Let’s face it, not every influencer you speak to is going to enlist in the project ahead. That’s perfectly okay. Most influencers hold their fan base and its interests very closely. This requires brands and agencies to brainstorm and collaborate alongside each influencer to truly determine if the campaign parameters and deliverables are in the right wheelhouse.

The plus side is that all the while, this courting and research phase informs top industry talent that your brand is committed to innovative projects that connect with modern audiences. It puts you on the radar and allows your brand to network with some of the most influential social media creators, bloggers, vloggers and beyond.
Front of mind leads to word of mouth and that’s a win any day.

Authentic Brand Advocacy

Marketing is fun. Especially when you work with a team of big thinkers, visual artists and captivating personalities. And when marketing is fun, influencers tend to gravitate to and support your brand long after the contract wraps up.

Check out some of your favorite Instagram accounts. Sure, individuals tag brands that pay for posts, but six, eight, ten months down the line, you may notice they’ll tag the jacket they’re wearing, the vehicle in the background, the camera lens they’re using and so on. Influencers tend to “pay it forward” and shine light back on the companies and projects that allow them to live their lifestyles.

If your project is brag worthy and progressive, heartfelt and inspiring, chances are everyone involved will continue to associate with your brand well after project launch. Every post is that much more relevance and exposure for your brand and its future.

SEO | Technical SEO | Content SEO

Machine learning & neural networks: The real future of SEO

TensorFlow & SEO
So what do machine learning and TensorFlow have to do with SEO, algorithms and reaching that coveted No. 1 spot in the SERPs?
As Google’s RankBrain gets smarter in understanding users and their intent, it’s also learning to better understand content, information and if that content will provide the right answer, not only to the query, but also to the individual user. With the algorithm now truly understanding the query intent on a linguistic level, it can deliver new kinds of results that are correlated and weighted in a way that a human brain can’t even begin to predict. This dramatically changes two aspects of SEO: technical SEO and content SEO.
Technical SEO
As many have said before, the role of technical SEO in the context of fixing links, optimizing title tags and ensuring correct markup is no longer a valid SEO role, meaning there should be no brands out there hiring a practitioner just for that purpose. This nuts-and-bolts work should be done from the beginning of the website build and audited by the web dev team on an ongoing basis.
Instead, the true technical SEOs of the future need to understand more than just HTML and XML; they need to understand how machine learning works, how TensorFlow handles data and weighs inputs, and how to understand and train models. There will always be crawling and discovery, but the main focus is now more analytical — truly data-driven, with the SEO practitioner more a mathematician and software developer than web designer.
Content SEO
The last few years have seen a convergence of SEO content and content marketing. We know we must now create contextually relevant content that is authoritative, not just keyword-stuffed. Now it’s time to look at more than minimum/maximum character counts and keyword density. We have to start using machine learning models and linguistic analysis to weigh and score our content to ensure it truly answers the consumer question, instead of just telling a brand story.

SEO | UX, AMP, Artificial Intelligence

3 predictions about the future of SEO

SEO is a constantly changing and growing industry. No longer is search engine optimization seen as internet “black magic,” but it is now regarded as an essential part of any serious digital marketing strategy. Last year, it was estimated that businesses invested more that $65 billion on SEO services, and that number is projected to climb to over $70 billion by 2018.
We’ve come a long way as an industry — and from the looks of it, our best days are still ahead of us. The hardest thing in the world of search is predicting what will come next. As the major engines continue to update and refine their algorithms and SERP displays, we in the field shouldn’t just wait around to react. I believe we should be proactive and look at past trends to help guide us.

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Social Customer Care | Social Media Marketing

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Social Customer Care Is The New Marketing

For those brands that have already embraced social media as a powerful customer service channel, I applaud you. For those that haven’t, here is a crash course on getting started. (Even those that already have might find an idea or two that is useful.)
  1. Get social. Your company probably has a presence on the major channels, but are you using those channels for customer service and support purposes? If not, it’s decision time – and that decision should be to move forward with a formal social care strategy.
  1. Be on the channels your customers are using. When I’m asked which channel a company should be on to support its customers, I simply respond by asking: What channels are your customers using? That’s a good place to start.
  1. Invest in software that monitors every mention of your brand on the Internet. There are a number of excellent software programs that will track mentions, comments, reviews, etc. Some are even free. You need to know when people are talking about you.
  1. Respond to every comment or mention. One of the biggest social media mistakes a company can make is to ignore social posts, comments and reviews. There is a reason they call this social media. It’s social, and that means others are watching to see how you respond to comments, especially complaints. All comments should be acknowledged.
  1. Respond quickly. If not responding to a social post is one of the biggest social care mistakes, then not responding quickly is a close second. Surveys indicate that companies are taking days to respond. If you’re in the social care game to win, then do it right. Don’t wait hours or days to respond. Respond within minutes.
  1. Avoid canned responses. Be authentic. A robotic or canned response may work initially, but over time people will see the pattern and pick up on the insincerity of the response. So, make it personal. Don’t just copy and paste messages. People are watching and making judgements about your brand based on the way you respond.
  1. Be proactive and engage with your community. Don’t just react to social comments from customers. Put out your own valuable posts. Not promotional posts, but good information with value to your customer community. YouTube is an excellent way to post content such as answers to frequently asked questions, cool and unique ways customers are using your products and much more. While some view this as content marketing, others (including me) see it as a valuable part of the customer experience.

Monday, April 17, 2017

SEO - Internet Marketing | MI Web Marketing

SEO Simplified: 3 Main Factors In Getting The Right Customers To Your Site

Online sales already account for more than 8 percent of total retail sales, and eMarketer predicts that North America “will see consistent double-digit growth through 2020.” By then, online sales are expected to exceed $4 trillion worldwide.
But the biggest question is: how will customers find your products on the ever-changing and extremely crowded world wide web? The name of the game is search engine optimization but it has to be done right and in compliance with Google’s webmaster guidelines. SEO is all about coming out at the top of search results relevant to what customers are looking for.
There are 200+ factors involved in Google's core algorithms, and majority of these factors fall into the following three areas: technical website structure, on-page SEO and off-page SEO. In order to rank well in a Google search, you need to not only pay attention to what these factors are, but maintain your site anytime Google releases an update or you make changes to your website. This isn’t an easy task, but if you build it into your day to day website maintenance routine, you can stay relevant while maximizing exposure and sales.

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

SEO | Small Business | Internet Marketing
















Most small business owners have come across the term search engine optimization (SEO). Many of them know it is critical to their business online. But prod them a bit more and it becomes clear many don’t know what it really means.

According to a new survey by Memphis, Tennessee-based marketing agency HigherVisibility, 20 percent of small businesses still don’t have a website. What’s more, 54 percent of the surveyed respondents said they don’t have a budget for SEO.

For a small business, SEO is essential because it helps drive more people to their website. But as the survey reveals, businesses are making some common mistakes that have an adverse effect on their website’s SEO.

For example, 38 percent of surveyed respondents wrongly believe keyword stuffing is a good thing. Twelve percent incorrectly think it’s okay to publish duplicate content that has been copied and pasted from another website or page.

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Internet Marketing | Social Media Marketing

6 Must-Do's for Effective Social Media Marketing

A lot of businesses do social media marketing wrong. They hear everyone screaming, “You must have a social media presence,” but what that entails isn’t always spelled out correctly. Social media marketing should be effective and affordable, and when done correctly, it can help scale businesses of all sizes.
Just like with traditional channels such as television commercials, radio spots and print ads, your results are going to be minimal at best if you broadcast your message to the wrong audience. To help you execute a successful social media marketing campaign, I spoke with six entrepreneurs to put together a list of must-do's.

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Complaint Review - What the Law Says

Internet Being Wildly Polluted with FAKE Reviews, FAKE Complaints Against Local Businesses

"investigation into large-scale, intentional deceit across the Internet tells us that we should approach online reviews with caution."

"Phony reviews are violations of rules governing advertising and business practices because they are deceptive."


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15 U.S.C. § 1125(a)(1)(A) is often used when false or misleading statements are alleged to have hurt a consumer or business. The claimant must prove that a false or misleading statement was made in commerce and that the statement creates a likelihood of harm to the plaintiff.
15 U.S.C. § 1125(a)(1)(B) is often used when false or misleading statements are alleged to have hurt a business.

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Modern Imprint | How to Fight Fake Business Reviews

KO'ing Fake Business Reviews

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When a business discovers false information online, it may be told that the false reviews cannot be removed from the internet, including search engine results.  In fact, a 2012 article from CBS MoneyWatch even stated “it’s almost impossible to get a negative review removed from the Web once it’s live – even if it’s clearly false.  An unscrupulous competitor or disgruntled employee can say horrible things anonymously, and there's little you can do about it.”

This is not true.

When a competitor publishes a false review about your business online, or a fake review touting their own company, this violates the United States’ Lanham Act.  The Lanham Act prohibits false advertising by competitors and provides that a business can recover significant damages, including treble (triple) damages, disgorgement of the competitors’ profits, costs of corrective advertising, and attorney’s fees if the publication of the false review is willful – which it overwhelmingly is.  15 U.S. Code § 1117(a).

In a recent Pennsylvania case, a marble and granite installation business sued a competitor after it allegedly discovered that several posts on various product review websites were originating from its competitor’s IP address.  The competitor attempted to argue: 1) these false reviews, as a matter of law, did not constitute false advertising, and 2) it was not responsible for its own employees’ online reviews.  But the Court disagreed and held the fake reviews constituted defamation and trademark infringement, violating the Lanham Act.  The Court subsequently denied the competitor’s motion to dismiss the case. NTP Marble, Inc. v. AAA Hellenic Marble, Inc., 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 93856 (E.D. Pa. Feb. 24, 2012).

It is also worth noting that in September 2013, a New York attorney general fined 19 companies a combined $350,000 for posting false reviews.

Legal Solutions for False Review Removal


We have successfully worked with cyber investigators and used the court’s subpoena powers to identify anonymous competitors publishing false online reviews and to hold those competitors responsible for their actions under the Lanham Act.  Once we are able to identify the competitor that has posted false reviews, we can obtain an injunction from the court to submit to both the website hosting the false review and search engines, to facilitate removal of the reviews.

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Business Competitor Writing Negative Reviews - What to Do

Competitor is Writing Negative Reviews of My Business!

If you suspect another business in your category is out to trash your online profiles, there’s a good chance they are not going exclusively after you.

Spend a little time doing your homework to see if there is a pattern across several competitors. If you spot similar negative reviews within a tight timeframe, then go ahead and take screenshots; you will need them when escalating to the host site.

You may also want to alert the other businesses affected. The chances of false reviews getting removed are higher if multiple businesses escalate in association with a particular user.

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Lanham Act: False Advertising By a Business Competitor

Do I Have a Lanham Claim Against My Competitor for False Advertising? 

If your competitor’s advertising is false or misleading, you are not helpless. You might have a federal claim under Section 43(a) of the Lanham Act. Although the Lanham Act is often known as a trademark statute, it also protects businesses against the unfair competition of misleading advertising or labeling.

A plaintiff that prevails on a Lanham Act claim can obtain an injunction against the false or misleading advertising, as well as damages and, in certain cases, attorneys’ fees. Importantly, consumers do not have standing under the Lanham Act, only competitors.

The Supreme Court in POM Wonderful LLC v. Coca Cola, recently explained why the Lanham Act utilizes competitors as its enforcement mechanism: “Competitors who manufacturer or distribute products have detailed knowledge regarding how consumers rely upon certain sales and marketing strategies. Their awareness of unfair competition practices may be far more immediate and accurate than that of agency rulemakers and regulators.” Thus, the “Lanham Act draws upon this market expertise by empowering private parties to sue competitors to protect their interests on a case-by-case basis.” 

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Sunday, March 5, 2017

Modern Imprint Internet Marketing | Methods, Techniques

4 Online Marketing Techniques That Will Get You the Results You Need


To put it plainly, if you have an online business, you need to run online marketing campaigns. In fact, even if you have an offline business, you still most likely need to run an online campaign. 

However, it is important to know the techniques that you have at your disposal before getting started. 

Choosing the right marketing method is the first step, while the second step is to implement it successfully. In that light, take a look at these top online marketing techniques that will help you generate the kind of traffic that your business needs.

Friday, February 24, 2017

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Modern Imprint | Internet Law | Section 230 of CDA

The Internet Has Grown Up, Why Hasn’t the Law? Reexamining Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act

"the greatest threat to a person’s reputation and online privacy is Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA). Enacted in 1996, the legislation provides that “[n]o provider or user of an interactive computer service shall be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by another information content provider.” Section 230 of the CDA also includes a “Good Samaritan” provision, which provides that “no provider or user of an interactive computer service shall be held liable on account of…any action voluntarily taken in good faith to restrict access to or availability of material that the provider or user considers to be obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy, excessively violent, harassing or otherwise objectionable, whether or not such material is constitutionally protected.” The impact of Section 230 cannot be overstated. The law immunizes websites for the content published on their sites. More problematic, the law provides no incentive for websites to remove defamatory and harassing content or a mechanism to ensure compliance with takedown orders."

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Modern Imprint Waltham MA | SEO, Google, YouTube, Marketing

Google: SEOs Need 4 Months to a Year for SEO Changes & Ranking Improvement

"In most cases, the SEO will need four months to a year to help your business first implement improvements and then see potential benefit."

Modern Imprint | Social Media Marketing

How to Stay Focused With Your Social Media Marketing

Your personal brand’s time is valuable online, and with so much information out there it is more important than ever to make the best use of it. With a strong and efficient social media plan your business can have an effective reach.

It is important to be actively involved in building relationships with your community. This opens the doors to connecting with other influencers in your industry, which can lead to more prospects.
The key to a streamlined marketing plan is to stay focused on the social networks that matter the most to your audience. This begins with clear goals and regular assessments on your metrics in order to continue to improve. 
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Modern Imprint | Repeal Section 230 Petition

Petition: Repeal Section 230 of the United States Communications Decency Act

"Cyberbullying is an infinite number of times worse than in-person bullying because hundreds of thousands, millions, or more peple get to read and see by video the ugly and hurtful things that are being said to you or about you - even if what is said is untrue. 

Many children are commiting suicide as a result of online posts and many adults are losing their jobs as a result of false information that is published online. It is time for Congress to address this issue in a separate bill and remove the immunity given to website owners/publishers who allow defamatory posts to appear online at their websites. 

Only website owners/publishers have control over what their websites show. With this law, they can (and often do) refuse to delete libelous content in forum posts, ListServ posts, or any other "interactive computer services" as described in the law."

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Modern Imprint | SEO | Marketing For Small Business

The SEO Advantages Enjoyed By Small Businesses

While larger corporations with bigger spending power might seem to dominate online searches, your small firm can still carve itself a niche

Let’s face it, if you run a small or family business, it’s not always easy to compete with the big boys. Large, nation-wide corporations and chain stores often have a huge advantage over mom and pop stores and small businesses that are operating in a local market. This is true in a number of different realms like purchasing power, customer loyalty, and cost structure.
But large corporations also have an advantage on the internet and generally outperform small businesses in search engine optimization. This is because they generally have more resources like bigger budgets and a larger staff than their smaller competitors. Similarly, big box stores and corporations often have years of experience, giving them notoriety in their industry.
Yet, as a small business, you shouldn’t be discouraged by your chances in the SEO world. The truth is that your business may have some inherent advantages over large corporations when it comes to being ranked on search engines. Let’s go over some of these advantages so you can learn how you may be able to gain the upper hand and outperform the big corporations in SEO.

Saturday, February 4, 2017

Modern Imprint | Mobile SEO | Mobile Marketing

3 Steps For Mobile SEO Success


Over the next twelve months, Google will be rolling out their mobile-first index, and eventually moving it to be their primary algorithm for search engine results. What does this mean? The short version is that if your brand isn’t presenting well on mobile devices, your SEO campaign is hobbled.
This development shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone – after all, over 60% of search engine queries are submitted on mobile devices. That number is only growing as mobile devices, apps and friendly websites become more robust, useful and affordable. The effect of this is that brands must migrate to where their customers are. Just as you wouldn’t pick a brick-and-mortar location that wasn’t popular with your audience, if you ignore mobile marketing and advertising, your customers will pass you by in favor of more available and visible brands. This applies to every industry, from the more obvious e-commerce brands to lawyers and safety training companies.
If you’re worried about getting left behind, it’s okay! There’s still time, and the sooner you get your mobile presence in working order, the better. Here are three steps you can take to achieve mobile SEO success:

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

False Reviews | Business Competitors | Lanham Act

False Advertising under the Lanham Act 

When a competitor publishes a false review about your business online, or a fake review touting their own company, this violates the United States’ Lanham Act. The Lanham Act prohibits false advertising by competitors and provides that a business can recover significant damages, including treble (triple) damages, disgorgement of the competitors’ profits, costs of corrective advertising, and attorney’s fees if the publication of the false review is willful – which it overwhelmingly is. 15 U.S. Code § 1117(a).

Credit: LinkedIn.com

Monday, January 30, 2017

Business Competitors | False Reviews | Libel Lawsuits

Bogus Online Reviews: Competitor v. Competitor 

The First Amendment serves up a whole lot of freedom, so defamation cases aren’t the easiest to win. The exception? When plaintiffs can prove that their competitors are behind the disparaging reviews.

Online Trade Libel Lawsuits Over Internet Consumer Reviews Are On The Rise.

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Saturday, January 21, 2017

Modern Imprint | Social Media Marketing


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