Episode #158 – Marketing at the Hard Rock Cafe, Is Internet Business too Technical, How to Host an SSL image Securely, and a BIG Marketing Lesson from AMC Movie ChainJune 19, 2012
Episode #158 – Marketing at the Hard Rock Cafe, Is Internet Business too Technical, How to Host an SSL image Securely, and a BIG Marketing Lesson from AMC Movie Chain.
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This episode opens with my experience dining at Hard Rock Cafe in Hollywood, CA. I was really impressed with how they do their marketing, particularly to drive people to their store.
Is Internet business too technical? It depends on how technical YOU are, but that’s the theme of the viewer question in this episode. Share your thoughts below in the comments.
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