Mike Byrnes, President of Byrnes Consulting, participated as one of the experts at TD Ameritrade’s National LINC conference.
Super Bowl 50 had some interesting story lines. The Denver Broncos team, led by Peyton Manning, defeated the Carolina Panthers with an solid defensive performance.
To date, many people have not received personalized videos emails, which is part of the reason that they are so effective.
Super Bowl XLIX will be most remembered for the New England Patriots’ interception with very little time on the clock to beat the Seattle Seahawks.
Online marketing is becoming more crucial for any organization, especially nonprofits.
For the 5th year in a row, Mike Byrnes has watched the Super Bowl and had fun evaluating the commercials.
Mike Byrnes spoke to over 60 nonprofit leaders on the topic of social media and how it is changing the way the game is played.
Mike Byrnes attended the recent Inbound Marketing Summit conference in Boston and covered a “Late-Night Comedy Meets Inbound Marketing” presentation by Tim Washer, a former
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This year’s Super Bowl had lots of excitement from the game, half-time show, blackout and over 50 commercials.
Most for-profit organizations and nonprofits are still trying to figure out how to use social media effectively. One great opportunity is for two separate organizations to join forces.
About 150 Registered Investment Advisors attended the Fidelity Institutional Wealth Services’ Inside Track conference in Boston.
With all the news about Facebook going public, the IPO and stock price received all the headlines.
Mike Byrnes, President of Byrnes Consulting, spoke at the Financial Planning Associations’ 2012 national Business Solutions conference in San Francisco, California on the topic of leveragi
Headed to the Financial Planning Association Business Solutions 2012 National Conference?
If so, attend Mike Byrnes’ presentation entitled, “Leverage Philanthropy in Your Business,”
More than half of this year’s Super Bowl advertisers showed their commercials online before the big game.
Charitable giving should be done for the right reasons, but financial advisers can also use philanthropy to benefit their practices.
Mike Byrnes, President of Byrnes Consulting, LLC, wrote an article for the May/June issue of IMCA’s Investments & Wealth Monitor detailing how if a business supports a charity, it is
Super Bowl XLV set a new record for the largest U.S. television audience for a single broadcast, drawing in 111 million U.S.
The holidays are a great time to show your clients that you appreciate them. If this is done well it strengthens client relationships, helping with both retention and referrals.
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If you were one of this year’s record-setting 106.5 million Super Bowl viewers, I am curious to read what you thought was the best TV commercial and why.
By now you have probably seen Tiger’s February 19, 2010 prepared address.