About John Foley

Authored 14 articles.

John Foley is the founder of Grow Socially, an online marketing company including Social Media. They provide marketing consulting and delivery services. Created in 2010, Grow Socially, Inc (www.GrowSocially.com) helps companies with their online marketing efforts, with a focus on social media. These services include discussing and creating marketing plans, strategies, tactics, and goals that align with your company’s needs.

In addition to his role at Grow Socially, Mr. Foley serves a CEO for interlinkONE, an integrated multi-channel marketing web solutions company serving the print and fulfillment industries and marketing departments.

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  • Three New Reasons For Your Business to Care About Facebook

    Features, October 05, 2011

    John Foley, CEO of Grow Socially, talks about why your business should start paying attention to Facebook as way to grow your business.

  • Balancing Personal and Professional on Facebook

    Features, August 31, 2011

    By now, you probably have a Facebook account. According to some recent reports, there are nearly 750 million other people on Facebook as well. But no matter how long you’ve had an account, you may still be struggling with this question: how do I balance my personal and professional lives on my Facebook profile?

  • Using LinkedIn to Find a Job

    Features, August 10, 2011

    LinkedIn allows you to upload your resume right to your profile, which is a fantastic feature. Potential employers have the most important document that you can produce. The time you spend crafting a solid resume is validated when you open it up to the LinkedIn audience.

  • How to Improve your Business Card

    Features, July 27, 2011

    It is in every textbook ever written. When you meet someone new in the business world, you hand them your business card. But just like everything else, from a marketing standpoint, your business card can get lost in the shuffle. An endless sea of boring, white rectangles with information of plenty of people, many of them forgettable. Don’t let your name get sucked in with those people.

  • Google+ for Business

    Features, July 13, 2011

    Google+ offers some features that surpass those of the social platforms you have come to learn. What it does is provide ways for businesses to network and communicate using a simple interface and powerful tools.

  • Top 5 Web Sites Must-Haves

    Features, June 29, 2011

    Your corporate website is the ultimate tool to get all of your company’s information out to your prospects. This is a long standing idea, and it has become an essential part of what your company offers, in terms of marketing. But you need more than just information. There are five elements that every successful website should have.

  • Get Your Employees On Twitter

    Features, June 15, 2011

    Twitter can be a very important tool for companies. Having a genuine, unforced interaction between employees, the company and followers can create a positive and connected network. There is value in promotion that isn't directly from the brand. Having ambassadors to the brand is a successful strategy for you to promote the company and the mission.

  • Use Social Media for Online Press Releases

    Features, June 01, 2011

    This article describes how your company can use social media as a sort of online press release to reach your internal and external publics.

  • Get More Sales with Social Media

    Features, May 18, 2011

    Social Media is a great marketing tool to use to promote your business, but how can your individual sales representatives use social media to target specific markets and demographics? By using Twitter and LinkedIn, they can find prospects in a variety of ways.

  • YouTube: The Video Revolution

    Features, May 03, 2011

    For a truly great social media marketing campaign, it’s imperative that your company integrates video. Having a customized YouTube channel gives your online efforts depth and diversity.

  • Use Social Media to Market Your Business

    Features, April 19, 2011

    The Internet is becoming the preferable news source for people around the world, which is why businesses need to take advantage of social media marketing. An entirely new marketing strategy may seem very overwhelming to businesses though, perhaps because they may not know much about it or because they may not have room in their budget to take a chance on it. But with social media, it is a very affordable opportunity to promote your business online because most of the sites are free to join!

  • Lead Generation & Social Media

    Features, April 13, 2011

    Social media certainly has had an impact on the way people communicate. Rather than soliciting a list of companies by the phone, social media has given sales teams a new approach. This new process involves capturing a prospect's attention by engaging them with useful information and providing compelling content as to why that prospect would benefit from the sales representative's business.

  • What is social media?

    Features, March 09, 2011

    Social media is a genre of online resources for connecting users with a sphere of influence, and exchanging information and ideas via real-time conversations. Social media can take many forms.

  • How Social Media Can Help Your Business

    Features, February 22, 2011

    Social media adds an enormous amount of value in terms of business networking, establishing expert credibility and sharing industry content nowadays. This article discusses the top four social media sites you should focus your time on.