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Podcast 125: Courtney Aurillo, MILE Social

Podcast 125: Courtney Aurillo, MILE Social

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Episode 125 starts with a brief monologue regarding the eroding nature of Facebook as a platform to pontificate political statements, and what industry professionals should take into consideration before posting anything to social media.

The show features an interview with Courtney Aurillo, the owner of MILE Social, a company that helps RV dealers and campgrounds with their social media presence.  Her firm can ensure that Facebook feeds and business pages remain free of divisive commentary.

MILE Social helps businesses build responsive websites and keep abreast of changing requirements to ensure they continue to rank high in search engine results. She addresses why businesses need to keep information updated on directory pages and key sites like Google Plus, which Google uses to display information to Internet users.

The MILE Social team will help business owners post unique content to blogs and multiple social media platforms – content that gets read AND shared. They’ll help make sure the website is compliant with new Google requirements for speed, efficiency and security. They can handle social media advertising and even help with reputation management.

For more information, visit www.milesocial.com.

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Greg Gerber is the editor and founder of RV Daily Report. A native of Madison, Wis., he moved to Phoenix in 2009 to escape the endless winters and wicked humidity of the six-week "summer" season. He's a DODO -- Dad of Daughter's Only -- who would crawl across the desert on his hands and knees for an In-N-Out Double Double. He has visited every state except Hawaii and is anxiously waiting for some RV company to host a conference in the Aloha State.

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