Mohsen Motamedian is the founder of Total NutriCare, a provider of nutritional supplements and vitamins. Outside of work, Mohsen Motamedian contributes to the Autism Society, an organization dedicated to increasing awareness and decreasing stigmas associated with autism.
With National Autism Awareness month fast approaching in April, there are many ways to get involved. Below are descriptions of some ways to get involved in autism awareness.
One way interested parties can increase autism awareness is to wear the Autism Awareness Puzzle Ribbon, which is widely recognized as a symbol of support for autism. Another way people can get involved is to contact state and federal representatives and ask them to vote for autism, or "Vote 4 Autism.” The Vote 4 Autism campaign is an advocacy campaign to support autism-related legislation.
One last way to get involved at the community level is to hold a special event during the month of April. Interested parties can learn more about what kinds of events are appropriate via 1Power4Autism, which is an online platform that helps people plan autism-related events. To learn more about the Autism Society and National Autism Awareness month, visit www.autism-society.org.
Southern California-based entrepreneur Mohsen Motamedian has successfully founded and led a number of small businesses. Mohsen Motamedian currently oversees Total NutriCare, LLC, as CEO of the holistic pediatric and adult nutritional care services company. Max Mohsen, handles purchasing and marketing for the business and is particularly interested in Internet marketing.
The dynamic Internet marketing industry will continue to evolve in 2014, revealing some game-changing technologies and strategies in the process. Three trends in Internet marketing that consumers and businesses should expect to see include:
1. More Effective Retargeting: Online ad targeting will continue in 2014, however, experts predict the technology will operate less invasively and more effectively as it evolves. Mobile devices in particular will become popular retargeting channels as advertisers continue to tap into their location tracking abilities.
2. Increased Search Competition at Local Levels: Analysts expect the mobile marketing industry to continue growing at record paces and, with more mobile users, localized search will become even more competitive as businesses contend for a piece of location search results on Google and other engines. The need for Google- and Bing-optimized listings will become critical for small businesses in 2014.
3. Greater Use of Pinterest: From 2011 to 2013, Pinterest subscribers in the United States doubled from approximately 27 million to more than 50 million. Businesses with a target demographic of white or Hispanic women, ages 18 to 64, will tap into this social media resource more and more this year.
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