Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, and… TikTok? As new social media platforms continue to evolve, it’s important for marketers to adapt their social media strategy to attract, retain, and engage with new audiences across digital platforms. Read More
We’re all familiar with the old chicken or the egg adage. Which came first? This saying applies to many interesting historical settings, and it can be applied to history that was made through the Cubby v. CompuServe court case.
Think about the internet, social media, and the way we consume content today. To us, it makes sense that if someone posts a defaming post about another person on their Facebook page, one does not point the finger at Facebook, they point the finger at the person who wrote the post. This seems intuitive to us. At one time, it wasn’t that way. Kent Stuckey and the CompuServe legal team made it possible for us. Read More
As Ohio is days away from resuming dine-in experiences in restaurants, many of us are faced with having to make a great number of changes to our company’s online presence in a short amount of time. We put together a checklist to help you keep your customers informed and ensure a successful comeback! Read More
Google’s latest update, “May 2020 Core Update”, has started to roll out across the world. The May 2020 Core Update is the second major update to the search engines algorithm in 2020, with the first one launching in January of 2020.
Any update to Google’s algorithm is designed to produce widely noticeable effects across search results in all countries and languages. Most sites will see drops or gains in search rankings when a core update rolls out. Changes in search rankings are generally a reflection of content relevancy. If content has gained relevance since the last update, it might be moved higher in the rankings, however, if content has lost relevance, its ranking might drop. Read More
Small businesses are the backbone of our community. COVID-19 has presented a unique challenge to small businesses across the country. Many businesses are facing closures, declining revenue, and dwindling resources.
In an effort to support small businesses, many global enterprises have created funding and grant opportunities to support businesses as they continue to feel the impact of the coronavirus.
Futurety has compiled a list of available grants for small businesses and will continue to update this list as more information becomes available. Read More
As businesses of all sizes are grappling with the new reality of COVID-19 in our communities, there have been a number of helpful data resources available that can guide our response from a sales, product, and communications perspective.
We’ve listed a few of our favorite resources to help guide you and your team during this unprecedented time.
As COVID-19 continues to spread and dominate the local and national news, its economic impact is devastating. Experts are predicting 32% unemployment and that half of all small businesses may fail in the coming months. As a business owner, you might be wondering how to protect employees, clients, partners, and community members.
I know I am.
That’s why I’ve outlined what Futurety is doing to protect our employees, clients, partners, and community members during this pandemic. Read More
Our team at Futurety has a singular focus on helping businesses make smarter, faster marketing decisions using data and analytics. With the recent restrictions imposed as a result of the COVID19 virus, our charge to our community is made clear: Help small local businesses show consumers they are still open for business.
For the next 30 days, we are offering affected restaurants and businesses in the Columbus area a “pay what you can” digital marketing package. It’s critical during this time that local businesses continue to reach customers, in order to drive revenue and retain loyal customers through this storm. We know transitioning your traditional restaurant or other business into an “online-only” operation is not only hard and stressful but necessary.
Affected local businesses need to only provide a payment method for ad spend on Google, Facebook, or another platform of their choice, along with a commitment to pay what they can for the cost of Futurety’s ~3 hours of time to create and manage a simple campaign for a month.
As a Columbus-based, minority-owned small business, Futurety is committed to the economic well-being of our local community. At moments of need like this, it’s critical that we as a city come together to support one another. We’re all in this together.
Email marketing is a must for business to business (B2B) marketing. At Futurety, we use email marketing to target potential clients and prospects through data analytics. We understand the foundation of a solid email campaign is the copy. Knowing what to include and what to avoid when writing email copy can be crucial to the effectiveness of your campaign. With that being said, here are five tips that our business has found to be useful when writing our B2B email copy.
What do you think of when you hear the word? Maybe you think of your five-year class reunion or maybe a family gathering outside the city you call home. Most likely, a reunion is a time to relive happy memories and moments with old friends and loved ones. However, at the end of every reunion, it’s easy to ask yourself, “am I ever going to see them again?”
The team at CompuServe just celebrated its 50th reunion. If you’re anything like me, you probably didn’t even realize organizations had reunions. Would you be more shocked to hear they had over 400 former employees in attendance?