Word of Mouth – September 29, 2011 – Guest Blogger Sharon Wolf

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Word of Mouth – September 29, 2011

Guest Blogger Sharon Wolf


This month’s guest blogger is Sharon Wolf, Managing Director of QualiData Research, Inc. Sharon has shared so much valuable advice that it’s going to take two posts to cover it all!

Here’s Part One of her generous contribution.

Seven Tips for Marketing on a Shoestring Budget – Part 1

Getting Started
It is a mistake to invest any time or money in marketing before you have created a strong brand image that separates your products and/or services from your competition. Your brand image combines all of these elements:

  • Your product or services offering – its features and benefits
  • The company’s unique selling proposition
  • The firm’s logo design and all print and online marketing materials
  • Customer experiences with every aspect of your product or service – from product performance, to solving customers’ problems, to billing procedures, to follow-up customer communications, etc

Marketing on a Shoestring Budget
Once you have clearly defined and created a written description of the brand image you want customers to think of when they see your logo, marketing materials and when they visit your website, for example, you are ready to plan marketing activities.

Here are the first three low-cost but high impact ideas:

1. Write articles for a trade press and volunteer for speaking engagements at professional conferences and seminars. These activities position you and your company or firm as experts and leaders in your profession or industry. The only cost is the time you’ll need to invest in preparing articles and conference presentations. If you publish articles, post them for downloading on your website, send them to clients and prospects and also post these publications on your business’ Facebook page. (see #3)

2. Review all of your marketing materials to be sure that they all communicate a consistent and strong brand image for your company. Invite a graphic designer to evaluate your existing logo, business cards, website, brochures and all other marketing materials against your brand positioning statement. Under the guidance of a professional graphic designer, revise and update marketing materials and graphics, as needed. For advice about graphic designers, contact Hampton Creative Group’s Mission Controller Matthew Iscoe.

This is the only step of the seven steps described here that is likely to involve a financial investment. This investment, however, is critical to the updating of your brand image and is one that typically offers a great deal of value-added to your marketing efforts.

3. Consider setting-up a business Facebook page so that you can invite your customers and important prospects to become “friends” of your company. One caveat – don’t waste your time setting up a Facebook page unless you have the time and people resources to post useful content on a consistent basis or work with a company that can do it for you.

Meaningful Facebook content can include postings of such information as:

  • Industry trend tidbits
  • Brief case studies about ways you helped customers or clients
  • “How-to” advice of interest to your customers – for example, restaurateurs can post recipes, attorneys can discuss popular legal issues, physicians can offer health advice, etc.

The goal of a Facebook presence is to keep your customers and prospects involved with your brand and your company – it’s a relationship-building and relationship maintenance strategy. The same rules for meaningful content apply to the use of Twitter for brand-building.

Look for Part Two of Sharon’s Tips for Marketing on a Shoestring Budget in next month’s Word Of Mouth Guest Blog post.

Sharon Wolf, M.A., M.S. is a brand and product innovation consultant at QualiData Research Inc., a consultancy that provides growing companies with business-building advice grounded in marketing research findings. Sharon and her partner, Hy Mariampolski, Ph.D., operate QualiData from East Hampton, San Francisco and Park Slope. QualiData and Hamptons Creative Group often collaborate on behalf of mutual clients.



Word of Mouth July 28, 2011 – Guest Blogger Christine Aylward of Charly’s Web

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Word of Mouth – July 28, 2011

Guest Blogger Christine Aylward

This month’s guest blogger is Christine Aylward of Charley’s Web. Charly’s Web is a children’s clothier specializing in high quality, unique children’s items. All items are handmade and custom designed for the customer. What makes Christine’s success story so amazing (and practical) is that she isn’t focused on the technical social media side of her business. Rather, Charley’s Web is foremost about the (satisfied) experience of the customer.


Baby Jaime Photography - Charly's Web clothing

As a former teacher, busy mother-of-three, and stay at home Mom, I felt guilty for not bringing home a paycheck. I am extremely grateful to my husband Matt for providing for our family, but disliked buying his birthday and Father’s Day gifts with his money.

I wondered what could I do?

In May 2010, I put pictures on Facebook of pillowcase dresses that I made for my daughter. Friends asked to buy them almost immediately! Just like that, I had started my own business, and called it Charly’s Web after my daughter. 

One year later, I expanded Charly’s Web beyond pillowcase dresses by offering a variety of handmade dresses, custom embroidered clothes, unique and creative baby gifts, and the favorite of famous and modern mothers alike, bandana blankets and bandana bibs. 

I operate my business the old fashioned way while in the modern arena of Facebook, which allows me to keep overhead costs down and prices low. Carissa Donarummo Photography - Charly's Web clothing

Customer service is paramount. I want the customer to feel welcome and involved. When ordering through Charly’s Web, you are dealing directly with me every step of the way. I help each person customize their unique items and specifically tailor those items to guarantee they get exactly what they want. This customer-first interaction creates a unique garment that will be cherished.

Being driven and focusing on customers’ preferences are still the standard fabric for making a successful business. But using Facebook as a store front connects my business, my fans, and my customers in a way that was never possible just a few years ago. This combination has proven quite valuable, as Charly’s Web recently participated in its first photo shoot with the very talented pair Carissa Donarummo Photography and Baby Jaime Photography. 

What started as a simple Facebook page has enabled me to earn extra income for my family by doing something that I love. I am now able to take them out to the Hamptons each Father’s Day weekend to show how much I appreciate them, thanks to Charly’s Web and my repeat customer base. It has given me the ability to feel valued in a way that only bringing home a paycheck can. 

If you would like to see Charly’s Web’s unique items in person and meet Christine, she will be at the Southampton Summer Fair and Festival on Sunday, July 31st. The Fair will be located on the Elk’s Club grounds on Montauk Highway from 10am-6pm in Southampton. In the meantime, visit Charly’s Web website and ‘like’ Charly’s Web on Facebook!



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February 2011 Newsletter

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~Message from the Alchemist~

At Hamptons Creative Group, we always want to keep the conversation flowing. So we’re inviting guest bloggers to contribute to Word of Mouth once a month on topics they and we find important. As members of a global creative community, we want to connect everyone – to share ideas about branding, messages and marketing! What better way to do that than by opening our blog up to other voices and ideas?

Meet The Team

These voices and ideas will include the important members of the Hamptons Creative Group team, too. In case you haven’t visited our renovated web site yet, we’ve listed many of our collaborative community. Watch Word of Mouth for our first guest blogger post, coming soon.

~Heard Around The Cooler~

Welcome to a revamped section of the newsletter! Here, we’ll spotlight new members of Hamptons Water Cooler,the first Hamptons only online social network where businesses connect and conversation flows!

Lou Bortone and Alex Ferrone  are our featured members this month.

Lou Bortone is a Branding Coach and Online Visibility Expert with over two decades of experience with national brands like Fox, E! Entertainment Television, The Family Channel and NBC. Hamptons Creative Group is working with Lou to dip our toes into the waters of video.

Alex Ferrone is a professional photographer specializing in aerial photography by helicopter. The results are an amazing marketing showcase for any commercial property, private estate, or residential home. She also does color and black & white representational scenics and
abstract photography.

Welcome Lou an d Alex! Join us on Hamptons Water Cooler as we gather ’round the cooler to share stories, promote events, post video and photos, chat, contribute tips, and build relationships. Stop by and give it a try!

~Beach Booty: Tips from Hamptons Creative Group~

Don’t wait until you need a network to build one. Networking is not something to do only when you need a new client or customer. It’s not something you can cram, buy or borrow the night before you need it, either. Networking must be a regular part of your life and activities. Just like friendships, the most authentic and meaningful professional relationships evolve naturally over time.

Need help finding places to network? Let Hamptons Creative Group suggest ways for you to connect – in person or online – to build your network.

~Success Stories~

This month, we celebrate Linda’s success in connecting Hampton Creative Group’s clients to their audiences! As part of this success, we’re proud to be creating the Facebook fan page for Peconic Public Broadcasting. This local NPR station needed help venturing online to connect with their community of listeners and followers. Linda has known Eclectic Café radio host Bonnie Grice and station manager Wally Smith for years. This community minded group does so much for the area, and Linda has supported the station for years. She even answered phones during last summer’s pledge drive.

So when Bonnie invited Linda to talk about her new book on the show last week, Linda was delighted to invite another local author, Ren Dodson, to join her. Bonnie highlighted Linda’s book and Hamptons Creative Group’s work to spread the word about Rens’ writing, too. Making connections between our vast network of collaborative friends and community – it’s what Hamptons Creative Group is all about.

You’ll recall from our last newsletter that Hamptons Creative Group was offering Marketing Makeovers to help businesses make a splash in 2011. We started delivering those Marketing Makeovers in January to eager and excited clients looking to benefit from a customized blueprint or success.

While the Marketing Makeovers do arrive in beautiful blue binders, clients also receive a one-on-one session with Hamptons Creative Group to discuss their binder’s contents, including the calendars, research, and measurement tools. Here’s what one Marketing Makeover client had to say:

“I got a Marketing Makeover from Hamptons Creative Group and I’m thrilled to be working with them to punch up my brand. The makeover gave me concrete ideas and ways to get my name out to my ideal clients, to position myself as an expert in intellectual property, trademark and copyright law, and to enter the world of online webinars. I’m excited about the new possibilities.”
Kathryn Dalli, Attorney at Law, Partner at Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP

What do Peconic Public Broadcasting and all of our Marketing Makeover
recipients have in common?
They’re building their Brand Buzz. Are you looking to build your brand, or to take it to the next level? Visit our web site to sign up for our complimentary eguide, “4 Proven Keys to Building Your Brand’s Buzz.”

~Hamptons Creative Group Blog~

Follow our blog, Word of Mouth, for Road Trip February. Each week, we’re keeping the conversation driving ahead, sneaking peeks into the rear view mirror, and staying connected with the things, people, places
and happenings that intrigue us. Are you part of the conversation?


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Word of Mouth Jan 27, 2011 Road Trip Recap

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Jump in and buckle up, we are embarking on a month long Road Trip!
Where are you going and Why are you going there?
Those two questions hold the key, not only to the month ahead but to your overall marketing clarity. It is essential to have a clear vision of why you are getting on the road, where the road is leading you and the tactics required to get you there.
Linda vs. the Snownami 

Look at Linda’s Road Trip to Florida in late December. As you’ll recall, she and her dear friend Roberta left two days behind schedule because of the East Coast snownami. The reason for the trip was to transport Roberta’s red rocket south for the winter.  She had been commissioned to design accessories for the shoe line, Juno Shoe Girl in Jupiter, Florida. Linda had several clients to see along the way, so she was thrilled with the idea of mixing “Thelma and Louise” bonding time

with interstate client connecting. Join us as we recap how they found their way…

“The roads getting out of Long Island were still laden with mountains of snow and debris. In fact, the Belt Parkway was down to one lane with piles of snow taking up the other. Roberta and I laughed as we Queens Girls passed ‘the old country’ — Bayside and Forest Hills — where we like-minded, fun-loving future entrepreneurs met!

Determined to get to Jupiter, FL on New Year’s Eve, we did. In at 5 pm, we were out the door again by 5:20 dressed in our frilly finest (a way better look than car clothes), to meet Nina of Juno Shoe Girl and
friends for dinner. After making a wish over traditional black-eyed peas and greens, it was time for revelry. We were celebrating the end of another great year plus the success of Nina’s neat new shoe business.

Share the Vision

We put our best feet forward starting on New Year’s Day. At the Juno Shoe Girl studio, the party really got started. Taking my show on the road, I shared marketing and branding advice. It was just another example of Hamptons Creative Group working its magic planet-wide.”

Delivering the Message

Between strategy sessions and vitamin D absorption, everyone obviously had a great time. And when Linda was down south, the rest of the team was delivering customized New Year Marketing Makeovers to clients  throughout Long Island.

Our Map or Yours

When you work with Hamptons Creative Group, it’s like being on your own road trip with us. You’re in the driver’s seat, and we’re completely engaged as navigator – directing you down the right marketing path
that’ll bring you to your ideal customers. With our roadmap, we’ll guide you to your destination.

Venture Virtuoso Due South

Linda’s engine is already revving to provide driving assistance to her brother Jim, Hamptons Creative Group’s Venture Virtuoso. He’s off to Florida for the months of February and March. The route they’ll take allows them to visit colleagues and connections missed because of the
December weather delay.

We’ll be telling you about that in the coming weeks during Road Trip Month!



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Word of Mouth Jan 20, 2011: Keeping It Fresh

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If you visit our website frequently (or at least visited recently) you likely noticed some changes. Not big changes — just keeping things fresh and efficient for our visitors. If you haven’t clicked around in a while, why not take a tour? Here’s what’s new.

  • Vision: This streamlined front page tells our story quickly and right away shares with our visitors that we have the experience, creativity and know-how to deliver. Who wants to read tons of text to get the gist? Paring down the verbiage made a huge difference to those who want to get to know Hamptons Creative Group.
  • Your Team: Who makes the magic happen? The people on this page! We spent much of last year divining the right people for the right jobs. Here they are.
  • Hamptons Water Cooler & Word of Mouth: You’ve been asking. We delivered. You’ll find quick links to our online community Hamptons Water Cooler and our weekly blog, Word of Mouth.

Keeping it fresh is what Hamptons Creative Group is all about, while creating brand magic for our clients is what we do best. Take a peak at our website wizardry. Then, let us know what you think.



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It’s 2011…Got A Plan ?

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Word of Mouth Jan 6, 2011 – Digital Trends for 2011

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Digital Marketing Trends & Predictions for 2011
We at Hamptons Creative Group don’t claim to be the complete experts on electronic marketing, but we do know quite a lot, including some important things that will happen in the digital landscape in 2011. And we know that these trends will have a big impact on our business and yours in the coming year. Here’s a recap of a great article we found examining these trends, and some ideas to capitalize on them.

1- Costs-Per-Click Rising

As dollars continue to flood into online marketing, cost per click is becoming more expensive. The way to lower costs? Testing and optimizing both by marketers and keyword software. Conversion from click to purchase is the goal.

2- Mobile & Social Platforms Dominate

Ever-increasing mobile and social platform users (that’s you, Mr. Smartphone and you Miss Facebook), translates to marketing on many more sites, in more formats and more contexts. As this shift occurs, marketers need to build a diverse customer base NOW. Look past your own website toward investments in Facebook pages, Twitter feeds and even sites like Groupon or Google Places.

3. Google Gets Social, Facebook Gets Serious

Google’s search rankings will begin to respond to feedback, not just hits, allowing users to rate search results or even websites, and have user “likes” factored into ranking algorithms. And at the same time, Facebook wiGoogle Analyticsll get more serious by extend its ads beyond Facebook to participating non-Facebook sites. What does this mean? A di rect targeting of messages based on demographic and placement characteristics, offering the first true challenge to Google.

4. Come Back, Little Sheba

What is the value of getting back someone you already acquired? In 2011, look for this question to be answered. “Remarketing” tools will become better at telling marketers the true cost-of-acquisition. Watch for better Google Analytics metrics and for other remarketing vendors to get into the act.

So How Do You Leverage These Trends? 1.Plan for an increasingly competitive marketplace. Consumers are always looking for a better deal, so focus on the basics: message testing, landing page optimization and high rankings in search engines.

2.Use Bing, too. Bing’s an up and comer. Use it like you would Google.

3. Go mobile. Start testing mobile as a way to reach people. Scan Me with Your Smart Phone -QR 2D Code

4.Put your eggs in many baskets. Using Facebook ads? Try other social networking sites like Groupon,Foursquare and Google Places, too.

Don’t know where to start in marketing your message or how to take advantage of 2011’s trends? Our Marketing Makeover provides you with a customized blueprint to stay on top of it all. Already have a plan, but want help from the pros to execute it? Hamptons Creative Group gets your message to the places and people you want it to – your ideal customers, wherever they are, planetwide.



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WordPress 2010 Report Card for Hamptons Creative Group

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Wordpress Report Card for Hamptons Creative

Happy New Year Hamptons Creative Group from WordPress.com! To kick off the year, we’d like to share with you data on how your blog has been doing.

Here’s a high level summary of your overall blog health. The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health:

Crunchy numbers

A Boeing 747-400 passenger jet can hold 416 passengers. This blog was viewed about 2,200 times in 2010. That’s about 5 full 747s.

In 2010, there were 41 new posts, not bad for the first year! There were 91 pictures uploaded, taking up a total of 90mb. That’s about 2 pictures per week.
The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ readsFresher than ever!

Healthy blog!

Attractions in 2010-

These are the posts and pages that got the most views in 2010.

How do you create a success story? May 2010 About May 2010

How Do You Devirtualize Virtual Relationships? June 20

We’ve Got The Right People On the Bus. Do You? June 2010

Word of Mouth Oct 28, 2010 – Move It! October 2010

Thanks for flying with WordPress.com in 2010. We look forward to serving you again in 2011! Happy New Year!

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Newsletter- January 2011

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Newsletter January 2011

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Newsletter- January 2011

~ Heard Around The Cooler ~

Hamptons Creative is Planetwide!Welcome to the New Year! Linda’s goals for the New Year include meeting new people and making new connections, plus committing to being active in realizing the goals of Hamptons Creative Group’s customers – wherever they reside, planetwide!

Speaking of planetwide, Linda’s just returned from a road trip to Florida with good friend Roberta – delayed a few days for the snownami that hit the East Coast after Christmas. They stopped along the way to make some new connections with potential business affiliates. Because of the 2 day delay (darn snownami!) they didn’t get a chance to visit Advantage Media or see Nick and JD of Celebrity Branding along the way. That’s the company that published Linda’s best-selling book “Ignite Your Business. Transform Your World.”

The ladies drove Roberta’s car down so Roberta could spend the winter making accessories for the shoe line designed by Roberta’s friend and manufactured in Italy – Juno Shoe Girl.

Hamptons Creative connects with Juno Shoe Girl

This adorable collection of handmade fun and elegant sandals, with a resort emphasis, is handcrafted with high quality imported leathers and jewelry ornaments. Propelled by jet fuel laughter, they arrived in Jupiter at 5 p.m. New Year’s Eve, then blasted out the door minutes later dressed to celebrate with Juno Shoe Girl and friends. It just shows what a small planet this is – with success stories happening everywhere!

Planetwide Coziness
So what does being a planetwide creative group mean? We  have our computers, desks and a comfy couch in the office at 11 Main Street, Southampton, but operate virtually from various satellite locations. We source trends and concepts and talent from wherever they originate. We deliver solutions that are effective planetwide, and serve clients in far-flung destinations – Long Island, other states, other countries!

So here’s to 2011! What are your goals for the year?

~ Hamptons Water Cooler ~

Hamptons Water Cooler,
the first Hamptons-only online social network, is where businesses connect and conversation flows! Join us there as we gather ’round the cooler to share stories, promote events, post video and photos, chat, contribute tips, and build relationships. We’ll see you there!
Now you can share your Flicker Photos on Twitter and Facebook, right from your page in Hamptons Water Cooler...Stop by and give it a try!

~Beach Booty: Tips from Hamptons Creative Group~

Be curious. Read a magazine on a topic you know nothing about. Go to StumbleUpon.com and wander aimlessly through websites you might never otherwise find. Take a different route home from work. Talk to the one person who seems the most different from you. New passions can arise in surprising places.

Need help showing up in places curious people go? Let Hamptons Creative Group develop messages and outlets that get you found by your ideal customers.

~Success Stories~

Linda herself is our success story this month! Her business and marketing book, “Ignite Your Business. Transform Your World” has already reached #1 in Amazon’s Direct Marketing category and best-seller status in the Entrepreneurship category. The book features top advice from entrepreneurs around the country on how to transform your world and your business by building a mission-driven sustainable business. Linda’s chapter is “Allow Wisdom And Intuition To Amplify Your Power.”

As a result of this successful release, Linda will also soon be inducted into The National Academy of Best-Selling Authors™, an organization that honors authors from many of the leading independent best-seller lists. “Ignite Your Business. Transform Your World” is available here.


Marketing Makeovers Going Fast
Don’t worry — there’s still time to reboot your brand and marketing plan with your customized Marketing Makeover from Hamptons Creative Group. Due to the overwhelming popularity of our BRAND” New Marketing Makeover, we are extending our “present” pricing through the end of this week! CLICK HERE and Get Started Today!

Eco-Chic HCG Logoed Water Bottles!
Eco-chic is one of our watchwords for 2011. We love our new stainless-steel water bottles – complete with Hamptons Creative Group logo. These eco-friendly bottles are reusable, and NOT plastic! It’s our way of helping the planet survive a little longer.

On The Way To SEO
We’ve started discussions with an international SEO firm that often collaborates with much larger companies -we’re thrilled to have connected. And because we’re overhauling our own website, the timing is perfect for us to hone our Search Engine Optimization skills– for ourselves and our clients.

Lights Camera Action!
Linda’s creating a video testimonial for Celebrity Press, the company that published her best-selling book (see above), and coordinated the Best Seller’s Summit and Golden Quill Awards in December. She’s working with a recognized expert (can’t share those details quite yet) to stick our toe into the waters of videos and webinars.Watch for more info soon.

~Hamptons Creative Group Blog~

Did you hear about Linda’s plunge into the icy waters of the Peconic? Her name in lights in Times Square? The Mother of All Tag Sales? Each week, our blog  Word of Mouth is our way of keeping the conversation flowing. Stay connected with the things, people, places and happenings that intrigue us each week, and add your own thoughts. Are you part of the conversation?

Word of Mouth Dec 30, 2010 – Year In Review

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Word of Mouth Dec 30, 2010 – Year In Review

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Year In Review

Hamptons Creative Year in Review It’s been a year of transitions and transformations, in both life and business. We at Hamptons Creative Group expects 2011 to be Hamptons Creative Year in Revieweven better! Here’s our round up of accomplishments, accolades, highs and howdies.

  • Hamptons Water Cooler came online in March – the first Hamptons-only online social network with more than 100 members who promote upcoming events, share videos and photos, participate in live chats, and contribute to our forum.
  • We debuted our new blog Word of Mouth in May! Are you part of our conversation about thHamptons Creative Year in Reviewe things, people, places and happenings that intrigue us each week?

  • We brought new, creative people onto our team
    Melissa Monette – Creative Collaboration Coordinator,
    Monika Straka -Go ddess of the Ledgers,
    Donna Amos -Secret Sauce Specialist,
    Kelly Koepke– Sorceress of Syntax, and
    Matthew Iscoe – Mission Controller. 


    Hamptons Creative Year in Review

  • In June, our monthly newsletter Heard Round the Cooler
    premiered. Each mont
    h we share success stories and tips, and announce happenings and events.

  • Our office received a fresh coat of paint and some spiffed
    up décor – it really breathed new life into our work.

    Hamptons Creative Year in Review

  • All year long, we became social media mavens – loving
    Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Ning and all the other
    great ways to  stay in touch. We loved it so much we created
    and released our e-book guide to social media.

    Do you have yours?

    Hamptons Creative Year in Review

  • With smart phones everywhere, Hamptons Creative Group added mobile marketing to the list of services we offer to our clients to
    engage with their audiences in an interactive and
    relevant manner.

    Hamptons Creative Year in Review

Through all these changes and transitions, Hamptons Creative GroupHamptons Creative Year in Review
continued to sh
are the success stories of clients, businesses, and friends across the globe. With new technologies and the ability to work virtually anywhere, we have the capability to stay completely connected planetwide!

And at the end is a great recap of 2010’s social media milestones, put together by our friends at
Blue Shoe Strategy. Share their genius and we’ll see you in 2011!




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