Opening Day, Predictions and Fresh Starts

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It’s here.

The most glorious day spring has to offer aside from day one of March Madness; Opening Day for MLB.

This is the time where every team has aspirations of playing in the Fall Classic.  Teams with a new look such as Anaheim, Miami and St. Louis.  But regardless of whether your favorite team has championship pedigree this year, (Houston and Kansas City, I’m unfortunately talking to you), it brings a common theme for all:  a Fresh Start.

In a previous blog post our Communications Manager wrote about Location3’s revenue growth in 2011.  We have welcomed more than 50 new clients to the Location3 family from last year to present day.  Fresh Start you ask?  For these 50 brands in search of a new, thriving digital marketing partnership to execute their tactical game plans over the world wide web it likely feels a lot like Opening Day.  And we couldn’t be more pleased to have added them to our roster of All-Stars.

As we ring in the 2012 baseball season, ask yourself this:  Is your company’s growth being matched by the ideation of your current online strategy?  Does your executive marketing team feel confident your franchise system has the support it needs for new and existing franchise owners to grab their local market share?  Does your existing SEM partner struggle to deliver the critical ingredients to capture more real estate on the results page?

Perhaps a fresh start is in order.

But for now, back to baseball:  Here are my predictions for the newly expanded 2012 postseason MLB introduced in March.  Is your team going?

AL East: NY Yankees

AL Central: Detroit Tigers

AL West: Anaheim Angels

AL Wild Card #1: Texas Rangers

AL Wild Card #2: Tampa Bay Rays

 

NL East: Philadelphia Phillies

NL Central: Cincinnati Reds

NL West: San Francisco Giants

NL Wild Card #1:St. Louis Cardinals

NL Wild Card #2: Atlanta Braves

 

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