"I'd like to know why so many restaurants are reluctant to advertise using Social Media marketing. "It's too expensive". I get that a lot, when I talk to restaurauteurs(owners and managers), but then they'll turn around and…"
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Bill Ezell - CEO and Founder
Revenue Acceleration Strategies
Bill is a successful sales and marketing professional and business leader with 25 years experience in high technology companies. In January 2002, Bill founded Client Success Group to improve revenue generation practices for technology companies through strategies, exciting and compelling messaging, and delivery for validation.
Client Success Group acquires new revenue for their clients with new customers, channels and alliances which is unique to the consulting industry.
In addition to Client Success Group, Bill serves in management and advisory functions with several companies and is also a member of several entrepreneur organizations including SVASE and the San Jose Software Business Cluster.
Bill has held sales and business development management positions with TYMNET (BT), 3Com, Bay Networks (Nortel) and net.com. Bill is a consistent President's Club member and holds the distinction of closing 3Com' largest single end user deal in the company's history.
Client Success Group was incorporated in 2007 and has 5 employees.
Bill received his BS in Business from San Jose State and attended Graduate Program classes for MBA work in Telecommunications Management. Bill regularly conducts workshops and seminars on a variety of topics associated with "Building and Accelerating Revenue Growth Processes."
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Bill, I would like to discuss the social media marketing your are getting ready to roll out or have rolled out. I have a NEW Level of advertising that I will be rolling out in July that will help Restaurant owners HUGE!! Think Co-Branding working together for the benefit of the restaurant community. Thanks, Mark
Good to hear from you Bill. I'm assuming you're much more active in the networking web sites these days because you completely lost your voice cheering for the Sharks and needed to find alternative methods to communicate?
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