South Jersey SEO President Carol Harkins Quoted In Latest Issue of South Jersey Biz Magazine Discussing Changing With The Times – Press Release

South Jersey SEO President Carol Harkins Quoted In Latest Issue of South Jersey Biz Magazine Discussing Changing With The Times

Haddonfield, NJSouth Jersey SEO by CyberGnarus, one of the leading SEO companies in the country, is proud to announce that their President Carol Harkins was recently quoted in an article discussing ‘Changing with the Times.’ The report, which appeared in South Jersey Biz Magazine, discusses how technology has helped many businesses to survive and even thrive during the pandemic. 

In the article, Carol, who is an expert in digital media services, talks about the ever-growing importance of good internet presence and visibility. Before the pandemic struck, the vast majority of businesses could survive with their face to face customers, and many may have mistakenly believed that the internet did not apply to their business or industry. However, when the pandemic struck, and there was no longer any face to face customers, those businesses who had online visibility flourished, while those without it struggled to survive.  

“If the pandemic has taught business owners anything, it is that they need to be prepared for any and every eventuality,” said Carol Harkins of South Jersey SEO by CyberGnarus. “Diversity is the key, and it is more important than ever to have an online presence regardless of industry. If you do not currently have a visible website, then use this pandemic as the motivation you need to get your online act together and ready to experience dramatic growth in the future.”  

South Jersey SEO provides its clients with Internet visibility, which is vital in today’s world. Their goal is to capture multiple spots on Page 1 of the Google Search Results so that their clients will be selected over their competition.

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Qualtrics Raises $25 Million-Plus For Cancer Research Through NBA Jersey Sponsorship

When enterprise software firm Qualtrics decided to join the NBA’s “patch” sponsorship program, cofounder and CEO Ryan Smith immediately saw the marketing power of a 2 1/2 inch square piece of real estate on the jerseys of pro players. A huge basketball fan and Provo native, the 42-year-old jumped at the chance to partner with the Utah Jazz on the program.

But instead of using the company logo to emblazon the shirts, he turned to Qualtrics’ charity arm, 5 For The Fight, which asks people to donate $5 in the fight against cancer. As Smith was evaluating the advantages of the promotion for raising awareness for Qualtrics, one of his executives and cofounder of the 5 For the Fight Foundation, Mike Maughan, asked Smith if he was “all in” for the charity, which had become a popular slogan in the halls of Qualtrics’ Provo headquarters.

“We really needed our brand out there. It’s hard to make enterprise products well-known,” Smith says, before pushing the marketing benefit aside and proposing what has become the only cause-related jersey patch in the NBA program at an estimated cost of $4 million annually.

“We were going to do the largest marketing spend we had ever done by 3X and we were giving it away to cancer,” says Smith. “The board said ‘Ryan, you have brought some crazy stuff to us, but this is the craziest thing yet.’’’ The deal got signed, and Qualtrics is now more than halfway to its goal of raising $50 million; it extended its jersey partnership in October 2019 for another three years.

The effort is putting a bright spot on the disappointing end to the Jazz season that