Cancer Education and Resources for Patients, Dentists, and Donors
Come join Deploy Dental at the 2013 “Gitdown Hoedown Showdown”
In support of the Allana Smiles Foundation, Deploy Dental would like to invite you to the first annual “Gitdown Hoedown Showdown,” which will be held Saturday Oct. 26th at the beautiful Butte Star Ranch in Sutter, California. Starting at 6:00 PM, enjoy an evening of live entertainment, dancing, food, drink, and plenty of fun to go around! Tickets are $45 ($40 with an early purchase discount) and benefit the Allana Smiles Foundation.
Allana Smiles is a public charity dedicated to providing patients and dentists with cancer access to information and resources that will minimize stress and encourage a positive experience for all parties.
Social Media advertising has always been a source of much debate. In the past, ads on Facebook and Twitter have clearly been less effective (if at all) when compared to Google Search Ads. And really, there was no way they could be if you take a closer look at the two business models. As the dominant search engine, Google has the distinct advantage of being the go-to destination for anyone looking to buy, research, or compare products. And, since Facebook and Twitter users never expressed an interest via a search, these Social Media users were never very qualified as candidates to view ads.
Today, while there is little evidence that Google’s dominance will drastically change any time soon, there have been some recent developments that might signal improvement in Social Media ad performance.
In the latest update to their dashboard, Google has implemented business categories to be included on Google+ Local pages. Previously, these categories were only able to be managed through Google Places (which is being phased out), but this functionality is now all in one central location.
These categories are part of the algorithm that determines which listings are displayed within Google search results, so it is vitally important that business owners take the opportunity to differentiate themselves over competitors.