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Below are some recent media appeareances...
KSL Newsradio: Utah's Morning News - 2011
February 18th, 2011 @ 7:20am
By Paul Nelson
Some businsses losing friends and followers
SALT LAKE CITY -- Imagine seeing 100 customers walking through the doors of your business. Now, picture 95 percent of them never coming back. BuzzBooster Marketing Advisor Shahar Boyayan says that's essentially what's happening to businesses online.
Russell Brunson | Testimonial
A little while back Russell Brunson asked us to give him a testimonial for his informercial that aired on TV. Take a look...
The Women's Information Network Launch
The Women’s Information Network (The WIN) is the Premier Media and Social Network for Women. Here's a video interview we did for them during their launch.
UtahPulse.com News Network Feature
Utah Pulse is a Zions Bank sponsored venture aimed at creating the premiere business web site in the Rocky Mountain region. Its content includes a daily subscription based newsletter; a variety of business lists, data and tools; educational resources and user generated content from entrepreneurs, CEOs, and business policy makers.
On July 31st 2009 Utah Pulse featured a video interview with Shahar and Nashlah in their extensive network:
Info Marketing Association Insider's Journal
The IMA represents info-marketers interests, provides marketing support and product content. Info-marketers improve the lives of people throughout the world by giving them the insights and tips they need to succeed and thrive.
Shahar and Nash Boyayan were featured in the June 2009 issue of the Information Marketing Association Insider's Journal from page 8 to 11.
Wasatch Woman Magazine May/June 2009
Wasatch Woman Magazine - Wonderful You, a lifestyle magazine for women in Utah.
Shahar and Nash Boyayan were featured in the May/June 2009 issue of the Wasatch Woman Magazine from page 48 to 49.
KSL Newsradio: Utah's Morning News
January 6th, 2009 @ 7:20am
By Paul Nelson
More companies using online social networks to advertise
It's no secret companies are using social Web sites like LinkedIn, Facebook and MySpace to advertise their goods. But some business owners may have unrealistic expectations from these sites. Marketing executives are looking at the social Web sites as if it were wet cement, ready for them to make their imprint. "It has a huge potential. In a down economy, like right now, you have to really think where you're going to put your marketing dollars. Social networks can be a huge answer," said Shahar Boyayan, marketing adviser for Buzz Booster.
The "TodaysGuest" FAB-5 Radio
The Story Lady Interviews Shahar Boyayan . Here, Shahar speaks about creating the right business experience and turning any business into an information marketing business.
This interview was part of the Wise Chicks Club launch for women in business and women entrepreneurs.
The What Stops You Show
Mother-daughter entrepreneur team join tech revolution
Peas in a Pod | By Bob Mims - The Salt Lake Tribune
Shahar Boyayan and daughter Nashlah have no fear of a challenge, so when a new-fangled, high-tech opportunity came knocking, the doors of their Salt Lake City Avenues home flew open. The new podcasting rage seemed a perfect fit for a mother-daughter enterprise.
Marketing Your Business Online Using Today's 'Social Media'
The Zions Business Resource Center | April 5, 2007
Social media guru Shahar Boyayan says the days of relying solely on traditional media to market your business and reach your customers are over. It used to be that you took your message to traditional media outlets like newspapers, TV, and radio stations and hoped to reach your target audience. But unless you had a Madison Avenue marketing budget, your reach was limited.
Networking Should be a Priority for Your Small Business
The Zions Business Resource Center | February 28, 2007
When Shahar and Nashlah Boyayan started Buzz Boosters, a mother-daughter business that specializes in Internet strategies and social media, they knew that conventional advertising was expensive and wouldn’t help them build the community trust their small business
needed to thrive.
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