The services offered by leap Year Marketing are 100% customer driven. No client is like another and each needs specific tools to accomplish goals. Leap Year Marketing has an extensive list of associated businesses that work with us on projects that may be outside our scope of expertise. These businesses are sub-contracted by Leap Year Marketing. This ensures clients that they are receiving the best possible service and product available. We expand our list of services to meet the needs of our clients as they grow. Our associates include professional Business Coaches, SEO Specialists, Graphic Designers, Virtual Asssitants, Professional Printers, and Website Developers. In addition, Leap Year Marketing promotes its clients through extensive networking each week at various events including Network$, facilitated by leap Year Marketing in Epsom and in Barrington, NH.
NH Women In Business has been the only women’s business interview show on air in the State of New Hampshire for over two years. The Facebook page for NHWIB has grown organically, one person at a time. Listeners, guests, sponsors, and supporters have joined others in their support of the programming by helping to spread the word to their business contacts. NHWIB has interviewed over 150 guests on air and provides small businesses with a venue to share why they are unique. Facebook, Twitter, Blogger, and Linked In have been crucial elements to the growth of NHWIB and will continue to be the main communication tool used to promote the programming. In addition, the NH Women In Business Facebook page has over 830 fans, growing weekly, and over 100 followers on Twitter. Joanne Randall has over 350 connections on Linked In, most of which are with people and businesses related to the NH Women In Business Show. NH Women In Business has been on the air since November of 2009. Currently NHWIB is searching out new stations in Manchester, Concord, and the Lakes Region for expansion.
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Leap Year Marketing Let This Be YOUR Year! About Us Joanne Randall, Leap Year Marketing and Host of NH Women In Business• Panel member at Women Inspiring Women Panel Discussion, “Tips for Success”, featuring women in the media, March 2010• Interviewed for Applaud Women Online Magazine, Inspirational Women in Media, Spring 2010• Speaker, Market Place Connection November 2010• Judge and Panel Discussion member July 2010, Young Entrepreneurist Competition, Business and Professional Women of NH Annual Meeting, Judge July 2011• Panel Member, NH Division of Economic Development, “The State of Women’s Entrepreneurship”, March 2011• Guest Speaker Greater Pittsfield Chamber of Commerce Annual Chamber Dinner, April 2011• Speaker, BizConNH Conference, October, 2011• Numerous radio interviews, including WSMN and WASR• Television interview with Paul Boynton, “Begin With Yes” for Manchester Public TV• Speaker, Trinity Christian School, Leadership Course, November 2011
Services of Leap Year MarketingWebsite DevelopmentSocial Media set up, design, training, and maintenanceMobile WebsitesQR CodesBusiness Coaching and PlanningGoal SettingPrinted and Electronic Business FormsCopy writing for print advertisingAd agency for radio One-to-one Training orScript writing Group Workshops andOutside Sales Seminars for:Newsletter and Blog content, editing, and management SalesEmail Marketing with Constant Contact Personal Space OrganizationMarketing materials Office OrganizationWebinars Team workSearch Engine Optimization (SEO) NetworkingLive radio interview on NH Women In Business Radio Client retention Mobile/Smart phones
Client List – Current and Past• Grace Limousine • AMITY Publications• Cooper Hill Pizzeria • Jacob’s Salon• Tutor Doctor • CPU Dude Technology Services• Chick Photography • Meyers Financial• Lifetime Tax and Accounting • Portraits for a Purpose• Tranquility Wellness • Spare Change Project• Landry & Associates • Echolocation• Sergeant’s Barbershop • KR Kitchens and Bath• Chichester Massage • Market America Manchester• MKT Investments • Saving Faces• D’Tangles Salon and Day Spa • Chapman Laser• Garrett’s World • Breakwater Asset Management• Kaleidoscope East Hypnosis • Anytime Fitness Center
Social Media Sites from Leap Year Marketing Cooper Hill Pizzeria, Client since July 2011Since July of 2011,Cooper Hill hasincreased its followersby 127 people, anincrease of more than34%. We have helpedhim promote his GrandOpening, andEconomicDevelopment BusinessAfter Hours, sportingevents, and menuspecials.
Social Media Sites from Leap Year Marketing D’Tangles Salon, Client since November 2011D’Tangles Salon and DaySpa needed a Face Bookpage to attract newclients. Leap YearMarketing compiled over100 photos and editedthem into categories intheir photo section. LeapYear Marketing trainedstaff how and what topost, as well as how toupload posts from amobile phone with photosby utilizing mobileapplications within
D’TANGLES SALON AND DAYSPAby Leap Year Marketing
Social Media Sites from Leap Year Marketing Tutor Doctor NH, Client since June 2011Tutor Doctor grows byintegratingFacebook, Blogging,Newsletters, LinkedIn, and Twitter. LeapYear Marketing iscurrently assisting inthese integrations aswell as post editingand contentmanagement to assistTutor Doctor indoubling its contactlist in 2012.
The most recent posts to Facebook include items such as upcomingevents, links toarticles, suggest edresources, coup ons, Tutor DoctorNewsletters and Blogs, and photos of community service eventsTutor Doctor has
Social Media Sites from Leap Year MarketingNH Women In Business Radio November 2009 to present
What’s the Big Deal about SocialMedia? 86% of consumers do not trust traditional ads 78% of consumers trust peer recommendations Your potential members are using Face Book, Twitter, Four Square, You Tube, My Space, Flickr, Skype, and Linked In 96% of Generation Y (born in 1980’s and 90’s) is a member of a SOCIAL NETWORK Generation Y already outnumbers the Baby Boomers
What’s the Big Deal about SocialMedia? Over 50% of the world’s population is under 30 years old Social Media is the number one activity on the internet (what was it before?) If Face Book were a country, it would be the third largest in the world 80% of companies use Social Media for recruitment