What Kind of Advertising Do Consumers Trust? You Won’t Believe It!

Did the 2016 Presidential Election Impact Consumer Trust? Ask any marketing professional, the last ten years have brought a dizzying array of all-new advertising options thanks to the continued development of digital and online marketing tools. Strata-gee has reported on … Continue reading

CEDIA Attendance Flat Again – CEO Says It’s Good News

This week, CEDIA released their attendance figures for CEDIA 2016 (formerly the CEDIA Expo) which closed last week in Dallas. The total number of attendees was said to be 18,750 or flat with the 18,700 that attended last year. See … Continue reading

With 60% Growth in Users in 2014, Instagram Blows by Twitter

Now the 2nd Largest Social Media Site From our friends at The Stratecon Group Hey TECH SMBs…get out your cameras and start snapping! Those bright graphics and dramatic displays in your booth at a trade show…that dazzling product unveiling at … Continue reading

What Did He Say?!?! Strata-gee.com’s Ted Green Featured on AVWeek Netcast

For those of you familiar with AVNation’s AVWeek netcast or podcast, you are used to witty repartee as guests discuss various topical issues that are meaningful to the AV industry. And this week’s Episode 99 It’s a Fun LinkedIn, was … Continue reading

Are You Using These Best ‘Tough Economy’ Marketing Practices of Top-Performing SMBs?

How are top-performing small-to-medium sized businesses (SMBs) adjusting their marketing for the current sluggish economic climate? Act-On Software, a marketing automation software company, commissioned Forrester Consulting to find out by probing hundreds of SMBs in an effort to learn more … Continue reading

Residential Systems Editor Glowacki Named to CEDIA Fellows Program; Blogs Wistfully about Industry Turmoil

Residential Systems Editor-in-Chief Jeremy Glowacki, probably one of the smartest, classiest guys in the industry, revealed on his blog earlier this week that he has been elected to CEDIA’s “Fellows” Program. A honor only bestowed upon a handful of industry … Continue reading