latest Blog posts
from JustJump

Sorry for our silence. Man, we’ve been busy! But we’re excited to be back and revive the JustJump Marketing blog with a bang and a huge goldfish splash to start 2014!

We look back on 2013 with pride as we realize what a great year we had. Not only were we fortunate to start interesting projects with our clients, but we also won our first award and received our first magazine feature! We think that’s a year worthy of review. So let’s take a step back, shall we?

Kirsten and I enjoyed a special night out at the Wellesley Chamber Business Recognition Award Ceremony in March. It’s always fun to network with the many great peeps of the Wellesley business community, but it’s even better to win an award. We were honored as Outstanding New Member, making us the first female-owned business and first foreign-owned business to win this award. We even got to take home one of the cute little twinkle stars – yikes!

Outstanding New Member

And the year continued on with speaking gigs at Boston University, the Wellesley Chamber of Commerce and Massbay Community College. We spoke about “Marketing Strategy and Database Driven Marketing ” and “Making Marketing Matter”. Talking about the topics we love always reminds us how grateful we are to do this work. We truly enjoy interacting with people we value and discussing topics we are excited about. We can’t wait to continue our presentations in 2014 with speaking engagements at Salem State University and Boston University.

The icing on the cake of a great year came in November, when we were featured in The Wellesley Weston Magazine in a story about international entrepreneurs. The article discussed my business background as well as the founding of JustJump only two years ago.

Wellesley Weston Magazine Screenshot copy

2014 promises to be another great year – we are already talking to many interesting prospects about developing their marketing strategy to make 2014 an outstanding year for their business.

Stay tuned for more blog posts about new projects, the latest industry trends, and the tools we use to make our work life more efficient and the collaboration with our clients more effective.

We were all eagerly awaiting the announcement, Facebook will make today at 11am. But instead, we woke up (on the East Coast) and already got the new timeline for pages – well done Mark, you always keep us moving! So, …
Jump for more!

5

There is a slight chance you haven’t heard about Pinterest in the last couple of weeks. Maybe you decided to hide under a rock for a while or spent time exploring orang-utans in the jungle of Sumatra. But the rest …
Jump for more!

8

6. Use visual guidance elements to structure your online content. Make it easy for your customers to find content which is relevant for them, with visual guidance elements on your website and social networks. Citizens Bank uses simple graphic elements …
Jump for more!

3

Financial Institutions and Social Media are not BFF’s per se. Banks have to follow rigorous compliance guidelines before they can offer and promote new products and services. This is true for all of their collateral materials as well as communicating …
Jump for more!

2

Finally, TwitWipe gives Twitter user the chance to delete all of their posts, but keep followers, following and other settings. Since Twitter doesn’t offer this functionality, TwitWipe fills a gap, which is much needed for some celebrities, but as well …
Jump for more!

2

The ever changing Facebook privacy settings is a point of discussion in most of my public speaking gigs, workshops and client consultations. Today was a good day for all people, who don’t want to share everything with everybody. The Federal …
Jump for more!

3

Last week, Facebook took the next step in social advertising when they introduced their Sponsored Stories as an integral part of every user’s homepage. Every time one of your friend’s “likes” a page, posts on a fan page, checks-in or …
Jump for more!

Reply