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Fourth Floor Presents: Low-Cost Web Tools

Are you looking for inexpensive or free tools to help streamline and grow your business?  If you are, this is the workshop for you!

Low-cost, web-based tools have become indispensable for many small businesses and individuals, assisting with marketing, communication, productivity, finance and technical support. These web-based solutions offer many advantages over typical software, including no technicians to setup or support, no long-term commitments, compatibility with any operating system or computer and no updates required.  Jennifer Chiappisi of Fourth Floor Interactive will be presenting the April Business Growth Workshop for the Gahanna Area Chamber of Commerce on April 18th from 11:30-1:00pm.  To register for this event, please signup at the Gahanna Area Chamber’s site.

Fourth Floor Presents: Inexpensive Web Tools to Grow Your Business

Posted by Jennifer Chiappisi on April 9th, 2012

Low-cost, web-based tools have become indispensable for many small businesses and individuals, assisting with marketing, communication, productivity, finance and technical support. These web-based solutions offer many advantages over typical software, including no technicians to setup or support, no long-term commitments, compatibility with any operating system or computer and no updates required.

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Join Us: The Best Social Media for Your Business

Posted by Jennifer Chiappisi on August 20th, 2011

Do the various streams of social media have your head spinning? Not sure which, if any, apply to your business? Join us for the September 8th Gahanna Area Chamber Membership Breakfast to learn how to get the most visibility for your time spent on the social media scene…

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Fourth Floor Interactive Recognized For Digital, Interactive Talent at Ohio Interactive Awards

Posted by Jennifer Chiappisi on May 2nd, 2010

Fourth Floor Interactive Recognized For Digital, Interactive Talent at Ohio Interactive Awards
COLUMBUS, OHIO (April 30, 2010)—Fourth Floor Interactive was recognized last night as one of the state’s top digital and interactive talents at the inaugural Ohio Interactive Awards.
Fourth Floor Interactive received two award(s) for Sectors/Industry: Other and Social Web: Blog for their work with Mark [...]

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Fix for Wordpress 2.8 and Issues with TinyMCE

Posted by Jennifer Chiappisi on July 24th, 2009

As you might have read earlier, we here at Fourth Floor Interactive tend to use Wordpress quite extensively in our interactive projects as a solution to our clients’ CMS needs. Recently with Wordpress 2.8+, we’ve noticed a bit of an issue with TinyMCE disappearing, allowing for no easy visual editing for our clients. [...]

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Capital U. embraces Social Media on Campus

Posted by Jennifer Chiappisi on April 13th, 2009

Recently Capital University launched a campaign called ‘Will You’, engaging students by asking them to submit their short and long-term goals, all the while emphasizing that Capital is a hip, goal-oriented campus that not only listens to their students but encourages their voices to be heard.

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Skittles® Gets Rid of Their Website!

Posted by Jennifer Chiappisi on February 27th, 2009

Skittles® got rid of their website!!!  Well, sort of.  Mars Incorporated, the makers of Skittles®, made a bold statement by essentially removing the content from their website at http://www.skittles.com which instead forwards you to various social networking/media sites, tagging their branded navigation bar on each page.

First of all, I’d like to applaud Mars for taking [...]

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Inbound Marketing: Things You ‘Oughta Know’

Posted by Jennifer Chiappisi on February 4th, 2009

Recently Hubspot created a music video based on ‘Oughta Know’ by Alanis Morissette featuring the life of a disgruntled office employee that is frustrated with her company’s inability to see the effectiveness of inbound marketing techniques versus traditional outbound marketing. It goes on to discuss the benefits of using inbound marketing techniques such as [...]

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Rough Economy Better for Small Agencies?

Posted by Jennifer Chiappisi on December 12th, 2008

Look at this article ‘Web 0.2′ by Andy Rutledge, you may find it very interesting. In it he suggests that as budgets shrink in our current economy, companies (as well as some larger agencies) will start to use smaller interactive agencies and freelancers…

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