Forward Media Group Blog

Change your words. Change your world.

September 7, 2012 | Written by: jeffrey.friend | Filed under: Web Marketing,Writing for the web

A good friend shared this video with me today. I was taken with how powerful the massage is, so I wanted to share it with you. It certainly makes me think about how I could change the words in my life. Enjoy…

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The new Hotmail (Outlook) is not so hot…

August 19, 2012 | Written by: jeffrey.friend | Filed under: email marketing

Because we do a lot of email marketing, we are always doing a lot of testing. We need to know that our emails are displaying correctly in all the various email programs and webmail services. Just recently, Microsoft updated the old Hotmail with an all-new webmail client with an all-new name: Outlook.com…

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Jeffrey Friend Named to Clark State New Media Advisory Board

August 1, 2012 | Written by: jeffrey.friend | Filed under: News

Jeffrey Friend, Partner and President of Forward Media Group, Inc., has been named to the New Media Advisory Board for Clark State Community College. Mr. Friend was instrumental in the development process for the new degree program, the Associate of Applied Business in New Media for Clark State Community College that was officially approved in March by the Ohio board of regents.

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Local Search

July 18, 2012 | Written by: jeffrey.friend | Filed under: Local Search,Search-Engine Optimization,Small Business Strategies

We recently participated in a local search webinar from our friends at “Market Motive” to brush up on the latest local search strategies. You’d know, search algorithms are changing all the time, so it really pays to stay current. Here are my notes from the presentation: 30% of all searches are local in nature (both […]

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Dayton Hires Colorado Firm to Build Website… REALLY?

April 20, 2012 | Written by: jeffrey.friend | Filed under: Dayton Ohio,News

I just read an article in the Dayton Daily News titled “Dayton chooses Colorado firm to create a new website.” To sum it up, Looks like Atlas Advertising of Denver was chosen out of 15 bids… only five of which were local. Now this is a website for the office of economic development to help […]

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