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Jaime Nacach

Jaime Nacach

Marketing Strategist

I love helping small businesses with their digital marketing and business strategy. I'm a young man with a passion in entrepreneurship and international experience in business development, marketing, sales, and web/graphic design. 

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We're exited to introduce Bloominari's newest service through our partnership with San Diego's top performing Google Photographer!

Introducing Google "Inside View" 360° Virtual Tours

Ever wonder how businesses are able to showcase a 360 degree virtual tour of the inside of their businesses?

Wonder no more, as Bloominari now offers local San Diego businesses or any business around the US, the ability to add a touch of magic to their online presence on search results and Google Maps.

Through our new partnership with the top performing Google trusted and certified photographer in  San Diego (out of a total of 6), we're now able to help every small, medium or large business to showcase their offices, showrooms, or any other area of their physical business on Google's search results and Google Maps listings.

Why should you have a Google Virtual Tour?

Wednesday, 09 December 2015 13:50

How to Evaluate Online Marketing Proposals

I recently met a friend of mine, whom I had not seen in years. So much so, that he did not know I had founded an online marketing agency. He had married his college sweetheart and moved to the East Coast. As we were catching up, he shared that he had recently launched a business and hired a local online marketing agency. Then he asked me to take a look at their proposal, since he valued my opinion and “knew nothing about the Internet”.

The incident got me thinking about how hard it for a small business owner to evaluate an online marketing proposal. Though savvy businesspeople know that moving their advertising dollars from print and traditional media to the digital arena is necessary, they often lack the tools to assess what they are being offered and what to expect. If you have been looking for an online marketing agency and reading proposals, this is what you should consider…

First things first

Hopefully, before you were presented with any strategy or quote, you met with the agency. On that meeting, you should have had the opportunity to share information about your business and the goals you wish to accomplish with the campaign. The agency must describe their services and explain how they can help you achieve your vision. Though I am evidently a tech fan, I really prefer to meet any potential clients in person, which lets me get a better sense of the business and the people behind it.

Facebook is powerful, and you should use it to your advantage! For the right brand, it can be the ultimate resource.

The audience is definitely there, and with the unique targeting options available, you can probably hone in on your audience.

Read on for 10 less heard-of reasons you should advertise on Facebook!

Thursday, 19 November 2015 19:08

Why, How and Where to Use Infographics

Humans have five core senses. 

But they’re not all equally important when it comes to marketing.

The majority of information that gets presented to the brain is information we gather through our sense of sight. Our brains are able to process images 60,000 times faster than text. It is also estimated that 65 percent of people are visual learners. So we can safely conclude that appealing to a person’s visual intrigue is most likely the best way to garner their attention.

Infographics are reportedly 30 times more likely to be read than text - including this blog post. Are you surprised? Infographics, when used for marketing your business, can help you increase the communication of data, increase engagement on social media and increase website traffic. It’s best to take advantage of this information and use it when marketing your business.

Wednesday, 11 November 2015 18:00

Branding: Colors & Typography Intro

When starting your business from the ground up you may already have any idea of what it is you want as a logo. But you may not be sure on what color or typography you want to use. You may just think it’s not as important when it definitely is.

So why is color so important?

In a past blog we talked about how different brands have their “special color” and how we react to them. Scientists have proven that color evokes an emotional reaction in us.

If you have been paying any attention to current demographic trends, you know that Hispanics will make up 30% of the population by 2050. Other astounding facts: In 2010 they represented one trillion dollars in buying power. The figure will rise to $1.5 trillion in 2016- a 50% increase in five years.

This presents a huge opportunity to small businesses trying to grow sales. But implementing a marketing campaign aimed at Hispanics is tricky.

Here are a couple of pointers to consider:

1. It's not just the language.

Creating a campaign for Latino customers entails much more than just translating content into Spanish. In order to connect with this audience you should speak the language and the culture. The Hispanic demographic is more complex and diverse than its mainstream media portrait. It´s made out of people with different degrees of acculturation and language command.

Some individuals are totally bilingual, and thus, consume content on English and Spanish; some others are just barely proficient in either. To maximize results, marketers should go beyond the language and find cultural elements the audience identifies with.

Not many people know which social media is best for their company.

There are so many on the internet these days you don’t even know where to start. So where do you start? That’s the question I suppose everyone asks themselves. But before I continue let’s just get something straight, you shouldn’t be on every platform! It’s so easy to create so many accounts but why would you want to be on Pinterest when your a Doctor.

So how do we categorize social media sites?

Ask yourself these 3 important questions.

  1. Who is my audience?
  2. What is the purpose of [blank] network?
  3. What is its functionality?

Let’s have a rundown on a few popular networks so you see what I mean.

Forty-one percent of small businesses in the United States use Facebook.

That equates to more than 40 million small businesses on Facebook in total - an increase of 10 million businesses from last year. Thirty million of these Facebook pages are updated regularly.

The facts don’t lie: more and more businesses are joining Facebook and using it as a marketing tool. If your business isn’t one of these 40 million, my best advice is that you should create a Facebook page today or contact us so we can help you set it up right.

But this post isn’t for businesses without Facebook pages - it’s for the businesses with Facebook pages. With increasing competition, you have to make sure that your Facebook page stays relevant, interesting and engaging, or else you risk losing potential customers.

Thursday, 08 October 2015 08:24

How to write memorable blog posts

When trying to write a compelling blog post, many professional content creators make a costly mistake. And I mean costly because original content is gold in terms of SEO, and when your titles are not read and your articles not clicked on (and much less shared), we have squandered the valuable opportunity  to be up there.

Granted. It is hard to deliver high quality content on a regular basis. But there is so much material online that lack of inspiration and “writers-block” can no longer be an excuse for us.   

As of 2015, the Internet has become a virtually inexhaustible source of information. Choosing relevant topics to share with audience boasts our position as experts and makes us an integral part of the conversation.

But there is a lot to do in order to fulfill this role successfully: browsing for current, relevant and reliable information, organizing it in logical fashion, and distributing it through our social media channels.

This can all be summed up in a process called Content Curation, which entails:

1. Identifying

Finding out which topics pique our audience´s interest and investigating and gathering relevant sources of information.

2. Filtering

Evaluating and choosing relevant titles to share in accordance to our editorial line and the audience´s interests.

3. Distributing

Spreading the end result through our channels.

Clearly, this is A LOT of work…. Content curating tools were invented to automatize and ease this task.

Here are some you may want to try:

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