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Joseph Little
Works at Motofuze
Attended Washburn University
Lives in Kansas City
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Social Media Update - Week of 7/20 Hey, it's Joey Little, VP of Social Strategy with the MotoFuze Weekly Social Media Update.  This week we've got some great news for those of us who want more from our mobile social media experience! Twitter Summary Cards Twitter users will now see more web content detail in their timelines thanks to the newest Summary Card update.   Both iOS and Android mobile users will see this updated functionality, which ...
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Only 1.5% of all consumers are in the market for a new vehicle purchase at any time. What does that mean for dealers? Now more than ever it is critical to understand the digital journey of your consumer in order to be where your consumers are, and connect with them at just the right time to deliver an exceptional customer experience. Let’s identify the key opportunities to influence. Research PhaseAutomotive consumers almost always already own on...
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THE SIMPLE SECRET TO SOCIAL MEDIA SUCCESS
Most dealers know by now how important it is to have a social media presence to develop and build relationships with current and potential customers. Some dealers know that Facebook has made it difficult for dealer content to be seen by the majority of thei...
Most dealers know by now how important it is to have a social media presence to develop and build relationships with current and potential customers. Some dealers know that Facebook has made it difficult for dealer content to...
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95% of Pinterest users buy online | 99 Things you need to know about social media | MotoFuze

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97% of all consumers search businesses | 99 Things you need to know about social media | MotoFuze

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If you are trying to get shoppers to visit your brick & mortar store, then this is the post for you. Why? Because the focus for the next several paragraphs is going to revolve around online marketing—and if you don’t know how those two are linked, this is REALLY the post for you.By focusing your efforts on decorating the best window display and hand-writing the coolest chalkboard easel to place on the sidewalk in front of your business, you will ...
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Admit it, the image associated with the blog post grabbed your attention. It grabbed mine when I was looking for an image to use. You need to give your followers & fans something to look at.Your post could be getting a LOT more traction if it only had some visual stimulation. As humans, we crave visual stimulation in our daily activities. It energizes us, gives us something to think about and engages us in what’s going on. An online page filled w...
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82% of consumers use Facebook for customer service | 99 Things About Social Media | MotoFuze http://ow.ly/2UVDzH
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98% of 18-24 year olds are on social | 99 Things you need to Know about Social Media | MotoFuze
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Digital Media/Visual Media Marketer in Auto Industry
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Joey has tremendous success of growing business and building strong relationships with automotive leaders through internet marketing, social networking, and online public relations. His leadership has directly contributed to a growth trajectory that has ranked businesses on the Inc. 500 fastest-growing companies lists. Joey is a highly regarded internet marketer, innovator, and respected voice in the automotive industry. Along with his position in the automotive industry, Joey is founder of The #LiveALittle Project non-profit, where he is responsible for all aspects, including communication, marketing, operational processes, and overall performance. The #LiveALittle Project focuses on motivating peers into changing their life for the better by focusing on self transformation, getting healthy, getting happy, to stop making excuses, and to start living each day of your life just a little more.
Employment
  • Motofuze
    Product Director, present
  • VinSolutions
    Digital Marketing Manager, 8 - 2014
  • Haystak Digital Marketing
    Digital Marketing Manager, 8 - 2014
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Kansas City
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Topeka, KS - Lawrence, KS - St. Louis, MO - Kansas City, KS - New York City
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I'm on a constant journey to #LiveALittle bit more every day.
Introduction
My name is Joey. I've lived an amazing life but I want to continue to live amazingly. That's hard to do when you health is bad due to choices I have made in my past. In my constant #LiveALittle journey I have made five promises to myself:

1. become a healthier more active person. 
2. don't sit around complaining to be bored. Make a life. Get out and do things. You have no right at all to complain about being bored. 
3. stop making excuses. All excuses. Stop lying to myself. 
4. cut all negativity from my life. Situations, people, choices, vices, you name it. 
5. Inspire others to find a #LiveALittle lifestyle and make the same five promises to themselves

 This is a record of my #LiveALittle project. 
Bragging rights
Lost 120lbs, 5K runner, motivational speaker, positive influencer.
Education
  • Washburn University
    Visual Imaging
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Joey Baggz
This place has about the same amount of excitement as a grow man watching Frozen on DVD. Food is blah. Servers are blah. If you ever find out you have a year to live go to Max and Ermas because time stands absolutely still while you are there. Servers show more customer service to each other while gossiping at the end of the bar. Save yourself and if you're hungry, at 12 Oaks Mall, pull your shoe off and eat it. You'll have a better experience and the taste will be better.
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Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Really enjoyed the food at Grinders. Service was great and friendly. We went on a late afternoon on a Sunday and it was still slightly busy. We got a table rather quick but the place was still full of people. Pizza is really good. Very original and tasty. Sandwiches from next door lived up to the hype too. While we were there we were reminded of the live music available and that one of my favorite bands will be there this spring, Flogging Molly. Planning on buying VIP tix. Probably going to be catching a few more shows too. BTW Don't be scared of the hipster staff, they're very friendly and not pretentious at all :)
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Just an ok place. Nothing special about the service or food. If you're looking for a safe place to take grandma for her birthday dinner then this is it. Jose Peppers the Applebees of Mexican food. Nothing wrong with that at all but not my cup of tea. So when the family is sitting around deciding on a place Jose Peppers should be your default if you cannot come up with something collectively.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
My experience at Gary Crossley was second to none. I appreciated everyone involved. I know it took me a while to make a decision but I've never met a sales staff so patient, I thought it would be totally different. Boy was I surprised in a great way. Thank You
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Great place. Food is very good. Love the burgers and the fact they use McGonigle's for their meat supplier for those awesome burgers. The service is questionable about half the time but the food makes it worthy to keep coming back. Awesome place for lunch.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
The tall brown haired hosted was a peach to deal with but other than that the restaurant was simply good.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago