Why Your Business Need Social Media Marketing
Did you know that 90% of all marketers say social media marketing has increased their business exposure? Or that 66% of marketers that spend at least six hours on social per week see more leads?
No matter what you sell and who you sell it to, using social media as a marketing tool can help you grow your brand and pad your wallet. Social media is a stress-free and profitable digital marketing platform used to increase a business’ visibility.
To get started, create social media profiles for your business and start networking with others. Applying a social media strategy will help you significantly increase your brand recognition. By dedicating just a few hours per week to social media, more than 91% of marketers claimed their efforts greatly increased brand visibility and heightened user experience.
Contact WM Creative Group today for your free marketing consultation.
— Edeszann Maxie
Wm Creative Group
Gocha’s Breakfast Bar Opening on Cascade
A new elegant dining experience is headed to the Southwest Atlanta area. Look for Westside dining at its finest to begin just after the Thanksgiving holiday. Gocha’s Breakfast Bar is located in Cascade Crossing shopping center, Suite 440. SFL can’t wait!
MJL Parking Service Offers Valet for Your Holiday Event
Victor Leathers is a young South Fulton resident and the owner of MJL. He is a graduate of Savannah State and has been in the industry since 2008. He has several contracts in the Atlanta area and handles all of the parking and valet needs for South Fulton Lifestyle. They handle everything from private parties to weddings corporate events. Additionally, Leathers is the creator of Young Kingz Basketball Training Program with plans to develop it into a full mentorship program. Please contact MJL at 404.645.2071.
Candlelight Christmas Evenings at the Biltmore in Ashville, NC
A holiday tradition that goes back more than 120 years. Biltmore hosts its annual holiday celebration through Jan. 6, 2019. Biltmore’s design team will weave this year’s theme – “The Art of Christmas” – throughout every element created for the season, taking inspiration from both individual pieces of artwork in the house as well as places that George Vanderbilt traveled to collect artwork. Inside the 250-room Biltmore House, a towering 35-foot-tall Fraser Fir tree laden with ornaments and wrapped packages tucked into its branches serves as the seasonal centerpiece. Biltmore House glows with candlelight and firelight, changing the daytime visit’s mood and experience. By reservation only, Candlelight Christmas Evenings in Biltmore House allow guests to step back in time with an experience more like Vanderbilt’s guests had during their first Christmas Eve spent in Biltmore House in 1895. Musicians stationed throughout the house such as choirs and instrumental duos perform seasonal favorites. Setting the unique scene is a 55-foot Norway spruce sparkling in the center of the front lawn. Luminaries line the walkway to the house.