Getting started with social media can be overwhelming, and that's why Serif Group has implemented personalized training for you. We call it a "Social Media Jumpstart."
This jumpstart is great for any company, brand, or individual interested in improving their use of the social media space, or for those who haven't yet committed, and are weighing the options. Find out more about what kind of help is available at our jumpstart overview or call Bill at (859) 271-0701.
August 19, 2009 - Bill Powell will be assisting a number of organizations with helping their members and attendees learn the hows and whys of Twitter and Facebook for business. Bill has recently spoke with the Central Kentucky ISBO chapter and assisted the Univerisity of Kentucky Career Center by educating local recruiters about the how they should use the tools.
Wednesday, Sept 16, Bill Powell, along with Whitney Pannell and Bobbi Brown will be leading the discussion for the Women Leading Kentucky rountable luncheon: Internet, Twitter, Facebook & More: A Waste of Time or Useful Business Tool?
April 27, 2009 - Do you want to know how to use Twitter? Should you use Twitter for business? How can it help you and not overwhelm you? We’ll address these issues in our introductory workshop for users just getting into Twitter and Facebook for business.
This workshop will give a basic overview of Twitter and some great tools to help you leverage its power to keep your finger on the pulse of your industry, and monitor what people may be saying about your company or industry. We will also introduce you to common Twitter etiquette and suggested best practices. read more
September 15, 2008 - Commerce Lexington recently annouced the finalists for the awards for this year's Small Business Celebration. The Serif Group has been named a finalist for 2008 Independent Professional of the Year. Read more about this story at the following links:
Jackie Powell, partner in the Serif Group, a Lexington marketing firm, is serving as the Publicity Chair for the 2008 Lexington Chapter of National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO).
NAWBO propels women entrepreneurs into economic, social, and political spheres of power worldwide. NAWBO is an organization which works to STRENGTHEN the wealth-creating capacity of our members and promote economic development, CREATE innovative and effective changes in the business culture, BUILD strategic alliances, coalitions, and affiliations and TRANSFORM public policy and influence opinion.
NAWBO serves its members and the women's business community at large by harnessing the combined talents and expertise of its volunteer leadership.
September 15, 2008 - Lexington, KY - Serif Group—a Lexington marketing firm—just popped the top on a new website. The new site offers a fresh design and new samples of their work. The blog includes helpful resources on thoughts on marketing and advertising in todays changing marketplace. Check it out at www.serifgroup.com.
August 15, 2008- Lexington, Ky - The Lighthouse Ministries, Inc. is hosting a semi-formal Charity Dinner and Dance on Saturday, September 20, 2008 from 7–11 p.m at the ArtsPlace on Main Street in downtown Lexington. Tickets are $30 per guest. Call 859-259-3434 to reserve your space. Entertainment is provided by Sims Party Service.
They recently purchased property next door and launched a fundraising campaign to raise $850,000 in order to build a new facility to meet demand for meals and special programs, as well as the addition of The Rachel House—a women's recovery program.
August 8, 2008—Lexington, Ky—The Serif Group proudly announces the arrival of another great publication. The Lexington based marketing firm recently delivered the second edition of “Baby in the Bluegrass”. “Our goal is to become the primary source for all local pregnancy-related information,” said Jackie Powell, partner at Serif Group.
“Baby in the Bluegrass” introduces expectant parents to helpful local information, services and products while providing area healthcare providers with a high quality publication they can provide pregnant patients during their initial obstetrics visit. This year’s guide includes updated information and brand new tips and stories from experienced local Moms and Dads. The end result is an all-inclusive guide to having a baby in the Lexington area.
“Baby in the Bluegrass” is broken down into sections representing each of the three trimesters of pregnancy, as well as the “fourth trimester” representing the first three months of the baby's life. A special feature of the book is the directory in the back, where all the contact information for the services and products mentioned are listed. In addition, each trimester of the book features “to-do” checklists and space for tracking thoughts and progress throughout pregnancy.
A terrific new feature this year is the updated website, www.babyinthebluegrass.com, which allows expecting parents to connect directly with other local parents-to-be through community boards. The site also features a community calender with listings of all local classes, special features about local moms, and chances to win prizes from sponsors.
For more information on how you can obtain a copy of this free publication, or to inquire about advertising opportunities, contact Serif Group.