Archive for June, 2012


Jun

25

2012

Templeton Chamber announces new board of directors

The Templeton Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors elected officers at their meeting on June 20, 2012. The results are as follows: Robert Rosales of Ormonde and Associates was elected President Jennifer Langstaff of Legacy Financial was re-elected Vice President Patricia Scoles of the Law Offices of Patricia M. Scoles, was re-elected Secretary Larry Jordan, CPA, was re-elected Treasurer Additional directors are Scott Maggelet of…

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Jun

19

2012

What is a QR Code and what can I do with it?

QR Code (which stands for Quick Response Code) is the trademark for a type of barcode that was invented in Japan for the automotive industry. QR codes are scanned using an app downloaded on a smartphone (such as an iPhone or Android). Once scanned, they link to a mobile website. A QR code that is used for marketing  will link to information that enhanses a…

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Jun

18

2012

Access Publishing hosts June Templeton Chamber Mixer

{It was the perfect day for a party on our balcony!} On Thursday, June 14, we hosted the Templeton Chamber “After Five” Mixer. The mixer was a great success – it was amazing to see so many people mingling on our upstairs patio and inside the office. More than 50 community members attended. Wine was poured from Veris Cellars, and guests snacked on a variety…

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Online Marketing in San Luis Obispo and Paso Robles by Access Publishing
Jun

14

2012

Online Marketing in San Luis Obispo and Paso Robles by Access Publishing

Introducing online marketing for small businesses: Local Search Optimization Get ahead of the curve. That’s where your customers are. As you know, today’s consumers are searching for local businesses online and on mobile phones. Are you doing enough to optimize your local presence online? The team at Access Local Search has the tools and knowledge to make sure that your business is found online. We offer: • Google+…

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Jun

5

2012

Google Places gets a Plus

Last Wednesday, Google Places pages were rolled into the Google+ social network: Your Google Places pages have become Google+ Local. Google has already changed all of your local listings and the URL of your listings have changed. The content of these new business pages is very similar to the old Place Pages with greater emphasis on social features, such as +1 and social sharing.