Beyond Buzz, Inc. is a unique digital marketing agency that has earned its reputation in the crowdfunding industry by helping entrepreneurs launch new products. Take one step into the office and you’ll notice that most of their employees traded their suits and ties for T-shirts and jeans.
Beyond Buzz, Inc is part of the growing tech startup scene in Los Angeles. Their team makes no reservations about bucking the status quo, whether its their new crowdfunding business model or their millennial-friendly office culture. Please visit beyond buzz crowdfunding for more details.
Beyond Buzz Inc allows entrepreneurs to fund their business ventures by helping them setup, launch, and promote a crowdfunding campaign. You may have heard of crowdfunding before if you have a friend who has tried to launch something on Kickstarter or Indiegogo.
Beyond Buzz, Inc. reviews new ideas and partners with the inventor, if they think it can a winner. What started out as just a few colleagues promoting Kickstarter projects quickly grew into a full service digital marketing agency.
Since 2008 Beyond Buzz Inc grew from a small 3 person team to over 13 full time employees and counting. The agency acquired new talent from other agencies around Los Angeles, San Diego, and even Silicon Valley. Now Beyond Buzz, Inc. is able to offer top notch marketing in all specialized areas, such as Facebook ads, PR outreach, social media marketing, and video production. They also host a popular crowdfunding podcast called Crowdfunding 20/20 with the Beyond Buzz team.
Beyond Buzz, Inc. Crowdfunding Review
Today there are only a handful of digital marketing agencies with the experience and expertise to do full service crowdfund marketing. Beyond Buzz, Inc. reviews are consistently ranked the highest among the top crowdfund marketing agencies in terms of funding raised, reputation among the crowdfunding community, and range of services they offer. Whether you need them to promote your Kickstarter project to go viral, or you need help making the perfect Kickstarter video, Beyond Buzz Inc can likely help make it happen.
First time crowdfunders stand to benefit the most from using a full service crowdfund marketing agency. Investing just a little more in the preparation and marketing before you launch your campaign can end up paying off bigly in the end. The one crucial mistake that most first time crowdfunders make is that they try to do everything on their own. Rather than suffer from some embarrassing setbacks, its best to segment what you’re strengths are and use a crowdfund agency to fill in the gaps.
The crowdfunding trend amongst entrepreneurs shows no signs of slowing down, and neither does Beyond Buzz. Based on our Beyond Buzz, Inc. reviews, they have earned their spot as a top crowdfund marketing agency. If you’re launching a crowdfunding project in the near future then we recommend reaching out to this service for help. You can find information about them on their website at www.BeyondBuzz.com.
I like a good cozy mystery now and then. This one was ok it wasn't great but I will be going back for book 2 before I decide my true feelings on the series. Meredith Potts takes us to the tiny town Treasure Cove CA. We meet Sabrina. She runs the family coffee shop and is dating David a police detective. When the owner of the Chocolate shop next to Sabrina's coffee shop is murdered, Sabrina steps in to help solve the murder.
Sabrina's character could use some improvement. Yes she solves the murder in the end but at the cost of alienating herself from half the town. The way she goes after her suspects and her line of questioning as well as her attitude just made her rude and not very likable to me. The book is very fast paced. The book starts off 10 years earlier when her sister comes up missing and has not been any clues to date. I am assuming this has part to do with her attitude. A lot of the book centers on her feelings towards the disappearance. I do hope in future books that mystery is solved. The book does leave a lot of loose ends on other things brought up during the book. Some of the characters just seemed tossed in with no true spot in the story, so hopefully in later books they will have established rolls. i do read a lot of series and never fully make up my mind abotu a series in book 1. A lot of times book one just basically establishes everyones rolls in later books and that is what I am hoping for.
I did listen to the Audiobook, which is narrated by Lainie Pahos. She done a good job with the story. She let me now when someone was happy, sad, or had other emotions from the tone of her voice. Some of her voices she used grated on my nerves a bit, luckily those people had small parts in the story.
I received this audiobook as part of my participation in a blog tour with Audiobookworm Promotions. The tour is being sponsored by Meredith Potts The gifting of this audiobook did not affect my opinion of it
“We can't guarantee your life if you keep playing.”
At twenty-three, an undiagnosed heart condition sends pro hockey player Cameron Riley back to his hometown newly single and looking for work. Cam can't hide his past – especially when his heart racing is a big risk, and boy, does his new boss's nephew make his heart race. Noah's exactly the kind of guy Cam needs after his hellish ex.
“I want to do something new.”
Art curator Noah Clark is glad his beekeeping uncle hired this hunk. Cameron is a sweet, smart bad boy. Noah works hard, like organizing a hockey-themed art exhibition, and he wants to let himself love hard. Noah's busy life would be perfect with Cameron, but what's his new lover hiding?
“Tell me why you've been watching me.”
As their relationship blossoms, Cam is offered millions to abandon his new priorities: life, love, and family. The game of their lives is on the line. And after all's said and done, is it too late for Noah to forgive Cam for his partial truths?
For all that this is a short book, there's a lot to think about. The author writes well, and his so-weird-they-have-to-be-true stories are engaging. He's a little too impressed with his own cleverness, but at least you know you're reading about the real man. Overall, a nice little memoir.
I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.