How a business owner solved 3 marketing problems with a single service

11/13/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Tiffany Taylor, who runs a waxing business, had trouble judging the effectiveness of her social media outreach efforts as well as with scheduling appointments. The solution to her trouble was Schedulicity, which, for $19 a month, helps her to run and track her social media and e-mail marketing efforts. Schedulicity also allows her to manage the effect Groupon promotions have on her business.

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