And this is just in 2009!

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2009 releases

Best Ecommerce Solution Finalist

Volusion is nominated as a 2009 CODiE award finalist for Best Ecommerce Solution.

Volusion is featured in’s article Another great startup with an Austin presence, which highlights Volusion’s start, product and service offering, and the one-one-one program in which Volusion gives back to the community.

Biggest Online Sales Day Near

Volusion’s CEO and founder, Kevin Sproles, is chosen as a finalist in the San Fernando Valley Business Journal’s
40 Under 40 Leadership Award.

Volusion is featured in San Fernando Valley Business Journal’s, Evolution + Fusion.

Volusion is featured in Practical eCommerce, Quick Query: Volusion CEO on Factors that Create Ecommerce Success.

Volusion’s Sales Department is chosen as a 2009 finalist for The Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service as Sales Department of the Year – Computer Software.

Volusion’s SEO specialist offers advice in the article Techniques That Stand the Test of Time published in the January 2009 edition of Online Strategies.

You need to register your brand and marks within the social media world. If you don’t grab your brand name on the various social media services out there, someone else will, and effectively Hijack your efforts. And the people who register your brand may say things that could damage your organization. Take some time to register your brands and trademarks on the various services. If you dont have the time, I can do it for you.

Don’t wait or you may find that someone else has already taken them.

Top Tier – Set up profiles, actively monitor for relevant content, drive traffic from your blog, etc.
Technorati (“claim” your blog at minimum)
YouTube (along with other video distribution platforms: Vimeo, Viddler, Revver, Yahoo video, etc.)

Second Tier – Set up branded profiles and use as warranted:
Windows Live spaces
Yahoo Groups
Google Groups

Third Tier — Claim your name and monitor:
Brightkite (individual focus)
Friendster (international focus, Asia)
Gather (alternative to Twitter)
MySpace (more for usage policy than an active corporate presence)
New York Times (TimesPeople)
Orkut (international focus, Brazil)
Picasa (alternative to Flickr, smaller community)
Plurk (alternative to Twitter, younger demographic)

There are literally hundreds of services that should be used for marketing purposes / branding, depending on the service or products you offer. I provide consulting and implementation in this area, contact me. Use my contact form or call 877-904-1419.