Nevada officials reach out to Dbacks on potential

first_img Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation 0 Comments   Share   Top Stories The Arizona Cardinals may have their eyes set on a few veteran quarterbacks for the upcoming season but it’s starting to sound like they’ll have competition for their services.According to CSN Washington, the Washington Redskins have interest in two of the names that have been linked to the Cardinals over the last few months.Identify a starting quarterback—John Beck may be “the man” right now but the Redskins will at least look for competition for him when free agency opens up. Rex Grossman is likely to return and such players as Matt Hasselbeck, Vince Young, and Marc Bulger could be targeted. Every day that goes by with the lockout in place will make it more and more difficult for a quarterback brought in from the outside to take the starting job, at least early in the year.While Hasselbeck has never been a lock to find his way to the Valley, it has been believed that Marc Bulger was almost a foregone conclusion. With Washington’s interest and possibly a team like Miami, who’s looking for veteran competition for Chad Henne, interested in the former Rams starter what once was looked at as a cheap solution for the Cards could get pricey. D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’center_img Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke The other interesting wrinkle is the fact that reports have suggested that Bulger is hesitant to move away from the east coast. The Redskins play just 75 minutes from Baltimore, where Bulger spent last season. If they make a similar offer to what the Cardinals might offer Bulger one would have to wonder if he’d opted to stay where he’s already comfortable.It’s just another interesting twist in the already mind numbing Arizona Cardinals quarterback drama. Can the lockout end already so they can make decision?last_img read more

Tweet to Keep Customers Coming Back

first_imgSocial media is key to customer retention. When Chris Brogan, the President of New Marketing Labs, found another three hundred spam comments on his blog, he reached out (through Twitter) to Disqus (makers of his blog comment system) and was reminded of how important customer service is to retention.Brogan was frustrated and a tad whiny as he explained his issue on Twitter. Instead of pointing him to a how-to video, the Disqus rep took the time to explain each step required to remedy the issue.  By talking Brogan through the fix, the Disqus team became trust agents.No company can afford to ignore social media as a key retention tool. Interacting and solving issues on social media sites, is the new customer service metric by which customers judge you.  If you are ready and able to help, they are ready to remain customers.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more