I often think back to when I started Red Sage back in 2006, and note how different the tools of marketing are today compared to back then. I started Red Sage in a traditional, well-established industry. While the internet had certainly made an impact and websites were a fairly new development but quite common, the other tools of marketing were largely what they always had been: print, broadcast media, billboards, networking, etc.
Articles in Category: January
So, we all know the jingle made famous by State Farm...."Like a Good Neighbor, State Farm is there". It is actually more than just a jingle. It really does work. Here at the Red Sage World Headquarters, we feel the same. We really do try to be a good neighbor as a company.
It's a new year and while we're all reevaluating different aspects of our lives, jobs, homes, etc. it's a good time to reevaluate your website as well. If you're reading this blog it means you're using a computer. If you're using a computer, you've no doubt seen those fun little messages from Windows, Java, Adobe, etc that alert you when there's an update to their product. The updates are meant to make the product function better, but sometimes include security patches that help keep your machine safe from hackers (I have my own personal nickname for them - but this blog has to be G rated, so I'll let you use your imagination).
When I lived in Nashville, I developed a strong ability to find and take advantage of the best free and cheap things to do and get in the city. My best deals included free events at the park, new music and books borrowed from the library, entertaining stories in a free writer’s group, and best of all – free food.