Tracking your reputation online for free

My favorite line (which our social media clients will attest to) is: “The conversation about your brand is happening online whether you want it to or not.  The only thing sticking your head in the sand does for you is breed ignorance and cede the floor to the naysayers.” With the advent of services such… Continue Reading Tracking your reputation online for free

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Counterintuity’s founders are profiled in September’s Inc. Magazine!

Pick it up at your local newstand or read it here! “What distinguishes us as an agency is that Amy and I are using new technology to facilitate what are actually very old, longstanding means on communication,” Wochner explains. “Word-of-mouth is what really drives any campaign today, so social media was invented for what we… Continue Reading Counterintuity’s founders are profiled in September’s Inc. Magazine!

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Old news and the new 24/7

The current plan to revive Newsweek plan is silly: reliance on a better look for the magazine, and offering discounts to subscribers who want to buy books. (Last I checked, Amazon.com offered major discounts on books — without having to subscribe to Newsweek. And they offered them as digital downloads, too.) That’s essentially a 1907… Continue Reading Old news and the new 24/7

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We got a shout-out!

From the California State Univeristy Northridge, Deaf Education And Families Project e-newsletter: the Deaf Education And Families Project launches a new website! The Deaf Education And Families Project launched a new website in June. The website, www.csun.edu/deafproject, was designed by Counterintuity. Rachel worked with Amy Kramer, President and “marketing whiz” of the company, to redesign… Continue Reading We got a shout-out!

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