March 21, 2014
We're very excited to announce that our firm has been featured in a new e-book, Youtility for Accountants: Why Smart Accountants are Helping, Not Selling.
Youtility is a term coined by Jay Baer, an author, speaker, and social media strategist. We met Jay through an organization of accounting firms that we belong to. Youtility is the idea that you can use your marketing, particularly social media and the web, to help people instead of simply sell. Youtility is something businesses in all industries can practice to help their customers.
At Stratlign, we've really tried to take Youtility to heart. If you haven't already, please check out the blog on our website (we post twice a month), our Facebook page, or follow us on Twitter for regular posts with tax and financial information.
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