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  • maven communications, inc.
    PR/Marketing Consultant, 1999 - present
  • Rock Creek Strategic Marketing
    Director of Online Marketing, 2006 - 2012
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Marketing/Public Relations consultant to small- and medium-sized businesses.  I provide help with marketing strategy and implementation, online public relations, copywriting and more!
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Having worked with Jon, Korey and the rest of the Ephricon for several years, I've been impressed by their responsiveness, their approach, and their results. The Ephricon team is an excellent choice for businesses looking for solid guidance and measurable results. And the fact that they're simply really nice folks who are a pleasure to work with is like icing on the cake!
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
This is a residence--no notary services, tax services or anything else at this location
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
The short review: It's literally throw-away-the-whole-plate nasty! The longer review: When I saw that a new Mexican restaurant had opened up where the old El Vaquero used to be, I rejoiced--there hasn't been a Mexican restaurant between downtown and this side of Monkey Junction in the year or two since El Vaquero shut its doors. We went inside and the first thing we noticed was the smell--and not a pleasant one--more like the odd medicine and cleanser smell one might encounter at a veterinarian's office. But against my better judgment, I ordered takeout--some quesadillas, an order of burritos and some chips and salsa. I will say that the people who worked there were friendly enough and they were relatively quick in preparing our order. Got home and took a first bite of the refried beans, and they were 'off'...they had an acceptable texture but were slightly sour. A bite of the burrito proved similar--it simply didn't taste right or good. My friend bit into his quesadilla and exclaimed 'That's gross.' In my second bad decision of the evening, I decided to confirm his assertion and found that he was exactly right--I'm not sure what sort of meat was in those quesadillas, but it tasted mealy and once again, had a slight sour taste. Thinking 'maybe we can at least salvage the chips and salsa' I opened the bag and the salsa container. The first chip was okay, though the salsa was slightly tasteless and watery. The second chip was stale. The third chip had a decidedly nasty, almost fishy smell to it. Two takeout containers filled with food, a bag of chips and a container of salsa all went into the trash. $20 worth of dinner. What a waste. And don't get me wrong--I am no food snob looking for gourmet Latin fare in a blue building on the side of Carolina Beach Road. I'd settle for consistently average Mexican food--no real risks or surprises. But this food wasn't good. It wasn't decent. It wasn't average. It was absolutely awful, which really disappoints me, because I'd love to have a decent Mexican food place nearby again.
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Public - 6 years ago
reviewed 6 years ago
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Jon and his team are experts at all aspects of online marketing and are just as adept at managing successful PPC campaigns as they are at fully optimizing a site for the search engines. Both responsive and proactive, I'd recommend them to businesses and organizations that want to make a measurable impact in the online arena.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago