Sep 26

NITCO brings visionary leadership and cutting-edge technology to the Region

NITCO may still be the local phone company for many households in the Region, but its talented staff and visionary leadership have been taking services to new levels for decades, thanks to hard work and the latest technology.

From a fledgling phone company in the 1890s to a primary digital voice, high-speed broadband and long distance carrier today, NITCO continues its progress forward, thanks to investments in cutting-edge technology. “We’ve got a lot of things that are really changing the company and all are driven by technology and customer needs,” says Tom Carroll, NITCO’s senior vice president of sales and marketing.

At the top of the curve is NITCO’s investment in fiber optic technology. The company currently plays a big part in working with municipalities that are investing in fiber optic technology. “We’re working with municipalities throughout Northwest Indiana, helping them develop a vision for their fiber networks” Carroll says. Currently, NITCO is helping municipalities with design strategies to manage over 26 miles of fiber optic network.

“We also have a wireless internet product” available, even for the most rural of NICTO customers, “those that really need higher speed in areas that have poor DSL coverage from other carriers.” NITCO currently has about 1,000 wireless customers, and this portion of its business is fast growing.

NITCO’s wireless internet technology is changing as well. In testing now is LTE cell phone-based technology that more readily penetrates trees and other obstacles and makes its way into customers’ homes more successfully. “We have always been that telecommunications company that’s technology-driven, and that’s still true today.”

“It’s technology and customer demand that is driving where (the company is going to go)” and how it adopts and develops new products, Carroll says. “Customers (tell us) ‘I want higher speed and I want faster internet.’ We’re trying to find the best way to service customers (and give them) the products they need.”

NITCO’s customer base spreads through four counties: Lake, Porter, Jasper and Newton. “That’s our primary territory,” he says.

Being “the first” in Northwest Indiana and keeping the emphasis local has been NITCO’s modus operandi for decades. “We were the first dial-up internet provider (connection)” for many Region families, Carroll says. Now NITCO is introducing a special new product, its own cable TV offering, NITCO TV.

NITCO TV will be a premium HD-only cable service offering more than 100 cable channels plus all the Chicago local stations. The new product will be rolled out this fall. “We should be able to eventually reach about 10,000 customers with the cable product,” he says. “That’s big news; NITCO is in the cable TV business. That levels the playing field with our competitors. They offer (cable TV, voice and internet packages), now NITCO does, too. There’ll be more (information) coming out about that in the coming months: channel line-ups, pricing. We’ll probably be signing up customers in the next 90 days.”

It’s all a challenge that NITCO employees will be more than ready to handle, Carroll says. “The best thing about NITCO is (its) employees. Our employees are amazing,” he says. The company currently has a workforce of 80 and handles everything in-house, from local customer service representatives to construction crews that install both fiber optic and copper-based technologies.

“We’ve got thousands of telephone poles to manage,” says Carroll. “We have 300 square miles (of customer base) to manage.” NITCO’s own staff also handles engineering, technical support, billing, sales and marketing, a 180-mile fiber network and support for 14,000 homes and 8,000 customers.

“Our company never rests,” says Carroll. “We always have people on duty. We are there for the customer 24/7, 365 days a year. And soon to come (for NITCO customers) will be great television.”

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Sep 25

How to use Facebook Live for business

Since Facebook Live, Facebook’s live-streaming app, was launched in the summer of 2015, the service has taken off. According to Facebook, videos (live and otherwise) are viewed on the site more than 4 billion times per day. And Facebook now gives priority to Live videos in the news feed.

[ Related: Facebook, Snapchat and the future of live video ]

So how can businesses, especially small businesses, make use of Facebook’s live-streaming to engage with the platform’s over 1.1 billion active daily users, or at least those users who are or are likely to be customers? Here are seven tips from Facebook Live pros.

[ Related: Facebook levels up its live streaming service with new video tab and developer tools ]

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Sep 24

HelloFresh, a German Tech Incubator’s Star, Still Struggles to Deliver

Oliver Samwer, CEO of Rocket Internet, pictured in June. He says the company is on track to meet its profit targets despite posting continuing losses.
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has mastered the process of identifying promising technology startups—and then starting copycats in other countries.

In nine years, the Berlin-based company, one of Europe’s highest-profile tech companies, has launched about 100 online businesses in 110 countries.

But questions remain about whether many of those ideas—such as a meal-kit service called HelloFresh—will ever be profitable businesses. Rocket said Thursday that HelloFresh and five of Rocket’s other biggest portfolio companies reported a combined loss of €210 million ($235 million) for the first six months of 2016, down from a €300 million loss in the same period last year. The loss came despite another year of strong revenue growth.

Company officials say Rocket’s best businesses are likely to turn a profit soon enough. Investors cheered the narrowing losses, sending Rocket shares up 6.8% in Europe on Thursday. “We are on track to meet our profitability targets,” said Chief Executive Oliver Samwer.

Still, the red ink, and a series of recent valuation markdowns for some of Rocket’s biggest and most promising companies, have spooked investors. Rocket shares are down 27% so far this year, and worth about half their initial public offering price in 2014.


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Founded by Mr. Samwer and his two brothers in 2007, the business monitors tech startups world-wide for others to copy. Executives then assign a team of roughly 20 engineers, marketers and managers to launch clones. Rocket holds stakes in the copycats and focuses on a few areas, including selling food, furniture and fashion over the internet.

Mr. Samwer’s strategy is for his startups to expand for five to nine years before becoming profitable.

Illustrating the challenge of that strategy, though, is HelloFresh, a meal-ingredients delivery company. Rocket said Thursday that HelloFresh losses more than doubled to €45.7 million in the first half of 2016. Rocket’s chief financial officer, Peter Kimpel, blamed the cost of the startup’s expansion in the U.S.

HelloFresh’s six-month revenue more than doubled to €291.5 million from the previous year.

HelloFresh is five years old and competes with companies such as Blue Apron and Plated in the U.S. It also operates in Australia and several European countries. A clone of a Swedish company, it delivers weekly boxes with gourmet dinner recipes and fresh ingredients. Next week’s menu includes bayou-spiced rockfish.

At one point, HelloFresh was one of Rocket’s most promising investments, with executives planning for an IPO last November, valuing the company at the time at €2.6 billion. Rocket pulled those plans, citing unfavorable market conditions.

In an interview Thursday, Dominik Richter, HelloFresh’s global chief executive, said the company’s current focus is on winning market share. He added that he believes HelloFresh is still “structured in a way to become a public company eventually.”

Its biggest struggle is the same as that for many startups: hitting the sort of critical mass that would allow it to throttle back on expensive marketing. Free of that significant cost, the business, in theory, would be poised to capture the profit baked into its economic model.

At HelloFresh, here is how that breaks down: In the U.S., its cheapest nonvegetarian box contains ingredients for six servings over the course of a week, and costs $69. Costs for preparing and delivering the box come to about $30 to $40, according to three former employees. That breaks down to roughly $15 for the food and $3 for the packaging and ice packs for the fresh meat and seafood. Another $3 goes toward labor, and as much as $15 for delivering the box. Those numbers give as much as $33 of profit on each box.

But for HelloFresh to get its product noticed in New York in recent months, it has offered $40 off the first box. In the U.K., it offers £25, or nearly $33, off a £39 box and gives subscribers three cards that they can give to friends—for a completely free box. It is also advertising heavily online. HelloFresh ran a subway ad campaign in New York. In London, it hands out discount cards at subway stations.

Based on its U.S. prices, customers need to be willing to pay $11.50 a serving and have a stable-enough schedule to commit to using the boxes to cook dinner several times a week, before the delivered ingredients spoil.

We are on track to meet our profitability targets.

—Rocket Internet Chief Executive Oliver Samwer.

Ed Boyes, who became co-CEO of HelloFresh’s U.S. operations earlier this year after running its U.K. operations for four years, declined to comment on the economics of each box.

He said the marketing expenses pay off.

“Those initiatives are profitable after a defined period, and we continue to add an increasing number of new customers,” said Mr. Boyes.

He said it was cheaper to buy food from HelloFresh than from the grocery store, because his company sends customers pre-proportioned ingredients for the dinner. “We’ve got a very clear idea of…our customer base,” Mr. Boyes said. “It’s really a suburban audience. People in settled routines. It’s people who need help to get healthy food on the table.”

Write to Stu Woo at Stu.Woo@wsj.com

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Sep 23

Internet Marketing Association Names Renovate America’s Dean Hollander CMO of the Year

At Renovate America, Hollander has helped build the company’s flagship HERO Program into the nation’s largest form of residential Property Assessed Clean Energy financing, which funds energy efficiency, renewable energy, water conservation, and storm resiliency improvements. Hollander created both the Renovate America and HERO brands and leads an in-house creative team who develop all video and content. In addition, he works closely with leaders across the business to ensure the customer experience delivers on the brand promise.

“It’s an honor to be recognized by the IMA for storytelling and brand development, and it’s inspiring to see this organization embracing a broader definition of digital marketing that goes way beyond measuring views and clicks,” said Hollander, who collected the award this week in Las Vegas during the IMA’s IMPACT16 event. “The best way to ensure you’re being considered by customers is to be remembered throughout their purchasing journey, and authentic stories are virtually impossible to forget.”  

Unearthing and telling compelling stories about the HERO Program’s customers, and sharing them using digital media, have been key to the product’s marketing successes. In large part because of this approach, Renovate America was able to finance almost a billion dollars in home improvements before spending anything on advertising.

Early on, Hollander realized that one key to the story he was telling on behalf of the company was putting safeguards around how contractors interact with homeowners. Hollander helped create a checklist of consumer protections not found with other financing options, and branding around the HERO Protect team that helped homeowners with workmanship or other complaints even after the contractor was done with the work. Through his efforts, the creative team helped shape how the business served its customers in very meaningful ways.

Renovate America partners with local governments to provide the HERO Program to homeowners who finance a wide variety of product installations to conserve water and energy, or to generate renewable energy. These installations include energy-efficient products like HVAC, windows, and roofing; renewable and alternative products like solar; and water efficiency products for indoor systems and outdoor landscaping.

Since its inception in December 2011, the HERO Program has financed more than $1.8 billion of improvements in more than 75,000 homes throughout California. It is currently available to 88% of California households, just last week launched in Missouri, and is getting approved by local governments in Florida. In addition to spurring significant water savings, HERO has financed projects that together will save more than 11.5 billion kWh of grid electricity, more than enough electricity to supply 1 million Americans for a full year.

About Renovate America
Renovate America partners with state and local governments to offer HERO, a property assessed clean energy (PACE) financing program, to communities. HERO is the leading residential PACE program in the U.S. and has financed more than $1.8 billion of improvements. This unique public-private partnership offers consumers access to financing for more than 60 types of home energy improvements without the need for government funding. The HERO Program has received a number of recognitions including a Climate Leadership Certificate for Innovative Partnerships by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, inclusion in the 2016 White House Water Summit, the Governor’s Environmental and Economic Leadership Award in California, and the Urban Land Institute Best of the Best.

About the Internet Marketing Association
The IMA is one of the fastest growing Internet marketing groups in the world, with more than 1,000,000 professional members in fields including sales, marketing, business ownership, programming and creative development. It provides a platform where proven Internet marketing strategies are demonstrated and shared to increase members’ value to their organizations. IMA is underwritten by corporate partners to provide an opportunity to learn, engage and define best practices without making a financial commitment. www.imanetwork.org

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Sep 22

Internet Marketing Association Names Renovate America’s Dean …

At Renovate America, Hollander has helped build the company’s flagship HERO Program into the nation’s largest form of residential Property Assessed Clean Energy financing, which funds energy efficiency, renewable energy, water conservation, and storm resiliency improvements. Hollander created both the Renovate America and HERO brands and leads an in-house creative team who develop all video and content. In addition, he works closely with leaders across the business to ensure the customer experience delivers on the brand promise.

“It’s an honor to be recognized by the IMA for storytelling and brand development, and it’s inspiring to see this organization embracing a broader definition of digital marketing that goes way beyond measuring views and clicks,” said Hollander, who collected the award this week in Las Vegas during the IMA’s IMPACT16 event. “The best way to ensure you’re being considered by customers is to be remembered throughout their purchasing journey, and authentic stories are virtually impossible to forget.”  

Unearthing and telling compelling stories about the HERO Program’s customers, and sharing them using digital media, have been key to the product’s marketing successes. In large part because of this approach, Renovate America was able to finance almost a billion dollars in home improvements before spending anything on advertising.

Early on, Hollander realized that one key to the story he was telling on behalf of the company was putting safeguards around how contractors interact with homeowners. Hollander helped create a checklist of consumer protections not found with other financing options, and branding around the HERO Protect team that helped homeowners with workmanship or other complaints even after the contractor was done with the work. Through his efforts, the creative team helped shape how the business served its customers in very meaningful ways.

Renovate America partners with local governments to provide the HERO Program to homeowners who finance a wide variety of product installations to conserve water and energy, or to generate renewable energy. These installations include energy-efficient products like HVAC, windows, and roofing; renewable and alternative products like solar; and water efficiency products for indoor systems and outdoor landscaping.

Since its inception in December 2011, the HERO Program has financed more than $1.8 billion of improvements in more than 75,000 homes throughout California. It is currently available to 88% of California households, just last week launched in Missouri, and is getting approved by local governments in Florida. In addition to spurring significant water savings, HERO has financed projects that together will save more than 11.5 billion kWh of grid electricity, more than enough electricity to supply 1 million Americans for a full year.

About Renovate America
Renovate America partners with state and local governments to offer HERO, a property assessed clean energy (PACE) financing program, to communities. HERO is the leading residential PACE program in the U.S. and has financed more than $1.8 billion of improvements. This unique public-private partnership offers consumers access to financing for more than 60 types of home energy improvements without the need for government funding. The HERO Program has received a number of recognitions including a Climate Leadership Certificate for Innovative Partnerships by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, inclusion in the 2016 White House Water Summit, the Governor’s Environmental and Economic Leadership Award in California, and the Urban Land Institute Best of the Best.

About the Internet Marketing Association
The IMA is one of the fastest growing Internet marketing groups in the world, with more than 1,000,000 professional members in fields including sales, marketing, business ownership, programming and creative development. It provides a platform where proven Internet marketing strategies are demonstrated and shared to increase members’ value to their organizations. IMA is underwritten by corporate partners to provide an opportunity to learn, engage and define best practices without making a financial commitment. www.imanetwork.org

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Sep 20

Internet Marketing Agency, fishbat, Discusses the 3 Best Social Media Platforms to Utilize for E-Commerce

NEW YORK, Sept. 20, 2016 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — fishbat is a leading Internet marketing agency which combines proven digital marketing strategies that include search engine optimization (SEO), digital ads, and social media optimization (SMO) to help businesses increase profits and expand brand awareness.

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E-Commerce is the easiest means of buying and selling products today. Consumers save time and minimize the aggravations of going shopping by locating the exact item they are looking for through the ease of online searches. E-Commerce is a necessary functionality for retail due to its expansive audience reach and the fact that more and more consumers view it as their primary way of purchasing. SEO agency, fishbat, discusses the three best social media platforms to utilize for e-commerce.

  • Facebook – Facebook reigns as the king of social media platforms, giving e-commerce the needed audience to grow a business. Facebook’s easy-sharing functionality and ability to garner company and product trust through consumer recommendations, makes it a must-utilize tool for any business engaging in e-commerce.
  • Wanelo –  Wanelo is a visual heavy virtual store that users can see trending items on or can utilize the search function to locate particular items. The visitors to Wanelo are already intending on buying, leaving the hardest part of converting behind. Wanelo users can link their e-commerce items back to their sites, and even their other social media accounts, driving additional traffic. As consumers save or buy items, they cause those items to move up in the built-in trending feature.
  • Instagram – Instagram users are highly engaged, making them prime candidates for e-commerce. The platform’s photo-editing tools make it easy for companies selling products online to post visually compelling images. The immediacy that is available through the site means that advertisers can quickly react to trending or hot-selling items at the moment. Instagram pictures are easily shared across multiple social platforms, increasing a brand’s reach potential.

fishbat is a full-service online marketing company and social media agency dedicated to connecting all types of businesses with their target audiences in the most effective and efficient way. Through innovative strategies in social media management, search engine optimization (SEO), branding, web design, reputation management, and public relations, fishbat promotes a consistent and professional online voice for all of its clients.

Media Contact: Scott Darrohn, fishbat, 855-347-4228, press@fishbat.com

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Sep 19

Chasidy Egolf: Simple Ways Internet Marketing Can Work

Chasidy Egolf: Simple Ways Internet Marketing Can Work

August 14, 2016 – Even though you could be interested in starting an web business, you should do your research first. See this article for a few interesting and helpful suggestions and hints on internet marketing.

In case a project doesn’t work, don’t consign it to the waste bin immediately. A product or a marketing technique that did not work might gain in popularity later. The web environment is actually changing, and new methods and ideas are always utilized to produce spun sentences. Do not spend some time and money on stuff that do not actually work and focus on efficient techniques instead.

Use press announcements! A press release that informs folks a clear and concise manner is a thing that many sites online would publish, with respect to the market. This will give you a temporary rise in visibility plus an increase in traffic.

Advertisements work best when they utilize language that incites emotions, developing attachment between your user and the product or froz ice ball maker novelty food. Such advertising will assist you to develop brand recognition. Use language that customers will view as favorable.

Often be prepared to cover questions that your guests may have. People come to a website seeking information, and if they do not get the information they are searching for at the site, then chances are they will not be together with you very long. Providing your viewers with good info will increase the likelihood of a purchase.

Ensure your page has good content that your customers will use. Only having one web page that include the business hours and address really is not appealing to customers. Add interesting, relevant content like reviews and instructional articles that relate your expertize and legitimacy in the eyes of potential customers.

Make an effort to provide people around the globe varying versions of your sites. Making your website available with multiple language options is advisable. This can allow you to get some serious traffic and many more customers globally. Visitors are more comfortable when they can read a web site in their own language and they’re going to reward you by purchasing your products.

Every image seems on your website should have its own caption. Captions play a huge role in relation to SEO. Your research engine rankings will rise when you caption your photos and illustrations effectively.

Make a reputable assessment of one’s product’s quality. If the product stinks, no amount of online marketing can conserve it. Selecting a good product to begin with will help you make profits quicker.

Thinking about advertising over email? If you want to increase the opt-in listing of your website, provide any visitors with an incentive to provide you with their email information. Allow them to sign up for contests or freebies after they give you permission to deliver them emails containing future offerings. A customer will provide their email should they get something to acquire it.

Make sure you diversify when you plan your Internet marketing strategies. Almost all of the important for this business type because of the fact the you may not get a steady income stream until you’re bit more established. Keep your current job unless you start to make considerable profits.

A website’s tag is one of its most important features. It tells the entire world who you are. This tag is a huge factor in how your viewers call at your site, as it is visible above the browser window. Having a bad or confusing tag can make potential customers remove when they may have made a purchase.

Current submissions are very important on your own website. If a site visitor sees outdated content, they might think you are doing badly and won’t stay long on your own site. A website with fresh content plus a good navigation can keep your readers interested.

Also have a budge and don’t overspend on advertising. Look around for the best deals, and don’t waste money on a thing that isn’t good to your business. If you do have to spend lots of money, make sure you’re having the most for this.

Many people assume Website marketing is unnecessary, nevertheless it needs to be a vital part of any company that wants to continue succeeding. It can make the difference from a company closing or simply doing alright, versus businesses that continue growing. In doing what you have read here will help you maintain a strong internet presence and prosper through website marketing. co-blogger: Terry J. Taitt

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Sep 18

7 Key Tips For Marketing Your Local Business


How to bring your local business to the next level with digital marketing

Relevancy is a huge part of marketing today. For most brick and mortar businesses, localization is a key element of relevancy. After all, your business depends on people in your area being aware of you and able to find you.

I have worked with many such businesses and always get the same questions: “Why am I not converting?” “Why customers not showing up?”

Whether you are a diner, a car dealership, a coffee shop, a dentist or a marketer, simply adding your business to the local directory will not cut it. You need to think bigger!


Here are 7 key tips for marketing your local business online:


1. There is no one-size-fits-all approach


The approach you take depends on the results you want to see, and how quickly you want or need to see them.
For example, building SEO establishes long term visibility, typically with higher conversions, but takes commitment and time before you see results. SEM, on the other hand, delivers results only for your period of investment, but the results are more immediate.

2. Think mobile


Most mobile search results are location based. If you are serious about attracting people into your business, you cannot ignore mobility. When someone is on the go, looking for a good lunch spot, they’re not going to go home to check their computer. They’re going to whip out their smartphone! A responsive, easy to navigate, mobile-friendly site is an absolute must.

Additionally, Google factors mobile-friendliness into their search rankings, so a mobile-friendly site can also improve your overall search rankings.

Check if your site is mobile friendly here:
https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/mobile-friendly/


3. Think holistically


When setting up your physical business, you look at the whole picture. You don’t just need to get people in the door, you need to create an experience for them once they’re inside! You consider decor, product placement and accessibility, lighting, music, staffing and more.

You need to take a similar approach to the digital side of your business. You need to concentrate on both the post-click phase as well as the pre-click phase, and ensure it’s aligned with the big picture. Once someone clicks on your ad or search listing, what happens next? Pay attention to the landing pages, messaging, visitor paths, site flow and ease of navigation.


4. Think local in your messaging


Your messaging – the words, phrases and sentences you use on your site – has a big impact on your search results. Be sure to work your location into your messaging.

For example, if you are a Montreal-based photographer specializing in headshots, use phrases like “Montreal headshots”, “Montreal headshot photographer” and “headshot photography Montreal” on your site. More generic phrases like “headshot photographer” are too broad, difficult to rank for and don’t capitalize on your location.


5. Think first impressions


For most businesses, brick and mortar storefronts are no longer a customer’s first impression. People today go online to find virtually everything. Your website is now your first impression. And just as in real life, first impressions are everything on the internet.

Be ready for your customers’ arrival. Just as you keep your physical store looking its best, make sure your website is giving off the right impression.


6. Think education


Thanks to the internet, customers today are more educated about products, services and, most significantly, your competitors, than they have ever been before.

Choose to see this as a positive thing and use it to your advantage. Be the one who is educating them. Drive value in best possible ways by providing tips, news and ideas relevant to your brand, product and target market.

When you are seen as a source of knowledge, you are seen as an expert.


7. Don’t always think budget


A low budget is not an issue. Inaction is an issue. The most important thing is to start somewhere and measure results. Even a small investment will give you something to analyze and optimize, so that you can continue to improve results and drive more business.

For local businesses to thrive, online marketing is a must. Searching online is now the number one way people find the products, services and businesses they’re looking for. You need to make sure they’re finding you and they’re getting the best possible experience when they do.

Inspired by years of marketing local businesses and The Ultimate Guide to Local Business Marketing Book – By Entrepreneur

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