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Social Networking the Focus of “First Class Business”

14 million tweetaholics can’t be wrong. If you’ve ever wondered about how social networking via Twitter and Facebook can help your business’ bottom line, you’ll want to be listening to WTPL’s “First Class Business” segment on Wednesday, August 5th at 4 p.m. when Epiphanies Inc. Co-Founder Allen Voivod is featured.

“With millions of Americans using these new communications tools to reach friends, customers and business prospects from around the globe, it’s a great time to explore this phenomenon,” said New Hampshire Today Host Jack Heath who, along with New Hampshire Division of Economic Development Communications & Legislative Director Steve Boucher, will host this month’s “First Class Business” segment. “Whether you’re a novice or someone who accesses social media on a regular basis, this segment will teach you something that will help your business set the pace.”

Boucher said that Lakes Region-based Epiphanies Inc.’s rapid rise as a force in the world of social marketing owes much to the firm’s creativity and ability to follow the ever changing developments in the world of communications techology.

allen-voivod“Allen and Lani Voivod (Epiphanies Inc. founders) are two of the most creative thinkers in the industry,” Boucher said. “In addition to helping the Division of Economic Development launch its ‘No Bull Business Blog,’ they’re shaping the communications tactics and strategies of some great companies of tomorrow.  They are truly a ‘first class business.’”

“First Class Business” appears on a monthly basis as part of the “New Hampshire Today” program that runs from 3-5 p.m. Monday through Friday on “The Pulse.” “New Hampshire Today” host Jack Heath and New Hampshire Department of Resources and Economic Development Commissioner George Bald share good news about innovative new products created by New Hampshire companies, community service projects undertaken by local businesses and firms that are thriving despite a tough economic climate.

To listen live, tune in to WTPL 107.7 on Wednesday, August 5th at 4 p.m. or visit WTPL online at www.wtplfm.com.

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