Carolina Beach Babe (definition of Babe, Informal Sweetheart; dear. Used as a term of endearment) delivers sales experience and a love of the Island with the desire to assist local businesses in delivering a successful marketing effort to increase revenue and customer loyalty , in season and more importantly, off season.
Carolina Beach Babe is owned by Debi DiNatale, a resident of Carolina Beach for nearly 5 years, formerly from Upstate New York and relocated to Cary NC in 1997, purchased a home in Carolina Beach in 2008 and with her husband renovated it, Debi and her husband Tom, moved to the Beach permanently in 2010.
With the experience of hosting vacationing families and knowing their needs, plus 25 years of experience in Business to Business Sales and Marketing in the very competitive markets of computer and telecom sales, this seasoned professional draws from a “hunter” mentality when designing a Social Media campaign for her clients in this unique beach community.
Carolina Beach Babe’s mission is to provide the business owners on the Island a local resource that understands the needs of our beautiful classic beach town that is as friendly and laid back as it is beautiful and relaxing.
Our visitors come for the day, weekend and their family vacations. With the help of Social Media Marketing, Debi helps her customers “get found” on the Internet and increase their off season business as well. A successful Social Media Presence will develop loyal fans, improve sales and grow business partnerships
When a visitor arrives at the Beach, new and returning visitors use their Smart Phone’s and tablets to locate the resources for their vacation needs. Fishing, Kayaking or Surfing and Jeep rentals or to just find a great seafood restaurant- finding resources that they need, they use applications like TripAdvisor to locate local businesses.
If you have not Googled your own business lately, you should. Monitoring your business presence on the web is critical. monitoring information delivered about your company, positive and negative.
Our beach visitors will refer to the advice of other consumers and read the reviews before deciding where to stay and where to eat and where to shop.
A 2012 study revealed that 83 percent of marketers believe that social media is important for their business, and more than nine in ten (92 percent) spend six or more hours online each week maintaining their presence on these channels.
Social media marketing has had a significant impact on many companies success in the marketplace. Many benefits such as increased sales, increased traffic, and improved search rankings are seen even when a smaller efforts (6hours per week) is integrated. However, the more time spent on a campaign, the more successful that campaign will likely become.
Depend on Carolina Beach Babe for advice, training or a full design and management of your social media effort.
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