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Michael Haase

Click Here to enjoy all that the Flathead Valley in Montana has to offer. We surf the web daily and communicate with local companies to find and promote:

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  • community activities
  • tourist attractions
  • nonprofit organizations
  • money saving offers
  • business news
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Market Or Promote Your Business With Your Blog

Blogging is a great way to help market or promote yourself or your business, product or service.

The Definitive Benefits Of Social Media Marketing

  • Increased exposure
  • Increased traffic
  • Developed loyal fans
  • Generated leads
  • Improved search ranking
  • Grew business partnerships
  • Reduced marketing expenses
  • Improved sales
  • Provided marketplace insight

Need Help With Google+, Social Networking and Emailing, Contact Michael J. Haase at 406-890-0812 or elloFlatheadValley@gmail.com

Market Or Promote Your Business With Your Blog

Blogging is a great way to help market or promote yourself or your business, product or service.

Why Do We Need To Blog?

To establish yourself as an expert. Blogs are wonderful tools to help bloggers establish themselves as experts in a field or topic. For example, if you’re trying to get a job in a specific field or hoping to publish a book on a specific topic, blogging can help legitimize your expertise and expand your online presence and platform. By Susan Gunelius

Need Help With Facebook, Social Networking and Emailing, Contact Michael J. Haase at 406-890-0812 or elloFlatheadValley@gmail.com

Chili, Pie and Ice Cream Social 5:00 PM 4/25/05 Mountain Brook Community

Join us for homemade pie and chili at our Spring fundraiser!
Check out the library and the renovation of the old Mountain Brook schoolhouse!
Join the Mountain Brook Homestead Foundation!
2015 Chili, Pie & Ice Cream Social
Live music by the Swan Range Jammers
Mountain Brook Community Library
2353 Foothill Rd. Kalispell, MT 59901

Facebook Tells Where You Are Located

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“How did you know I was here?” The answer: It was on your Facebook page.

Facebook is built around sharing. You share thoughts, photos, videos and news, and now you can share your location, too, with Nearby Friends. When turned on, it alerts you when friends are nearby.

 Nearby Friends, available in the Android and Apple Facebook apps, is currently available in select areas. To check if you have it, open your Facebook app, tap the icon with the three horizontal lines in the upper right corner for Android users – it’s on the lower right for Apple fans – select Nearby Friends and finally, Turn On.

From here you can choose who can see your location (Note: Some versions require you to click the gear icon in the upper-right corner). By default, it’s set to Friends, and thankfully you can’t set it to Everyone. You can, however, choose a list of friends, like Family or a custom list you’ve created. Click here to learn how to create custom lists of friends and family.

You can share your location temporarily with someone. In Nearby Friends, find a friend on the list and tap the arrow icon next to his or her name. Select how long you’d like to share your location. By Kim Komando

Need Help With Facebook, Social Networking and Emailing, Contact Michael J. Haase at 406-890-0812 or elloFlatheadValley@gmail.com

What Is Inbound Marketing?

You have no doubt heard the term inbound marketing, but do you know what it means? Inbound marketing is everything from optimizing blog content to generating website traffic and conversions with strategic white papers and more. Inbound marketing is about developing customer-centric content and leveraging that content to produce results — new clients. Inbound marketing is all about creating original content that engages your target audience — buyer persona — in a conversation.

According to HubSpot, inbound content best practices include researching and understanding buyer personas, creating content tailored to both your buyer’s persona and your buyer’s three journey stages — awareness, consideration and decision — and leveraging your content to serve your business goals by optimizing distribution channels. By Marie Alonso

Need Help With Facebook, Social Networking and Emailing, Contact Michael J. Haase at 406-890-0812 or elloFlatheadValley@gmail.com