Member Since 2016
Los Angeles Area
Terry Tateossian is the Founding Partner at Socialfix Media, a 13-year old agile and fearless digital agency based out of NJ, New York City and San Francisco. Rooted in entrepreneurship, delivering data-driven, results-oriented strategies to clients looking for top agency talent, Tateossian spearheads marketing strategy for companies at all stages of growth around the world. Always relationship focused, Tateossian utilizes aggressive growth strategies and leading edge digital solutions, executed flawlessly to achieve maximum impact for the agency’s clients. In addition, Tateossian has received recognition as NJBIZ Top 40 Under 40, Future 50 Fastest Growing companies in NJ/NY by SmartCEO, Top 25 Leading Women Entrepreneurs NY/NJ, Leading Women Brand Builders, Top Female CEO Brava Award Winner by SmartCEO, Best Company Culture in NJ, Top Women to Watch by HudsonMOD Magazine, has been featured in NJ Monthly Magazine and more. Tateossian also helps other business owners learn and achieve similar results by giving free workshops at MS store, to her company’s clients, and small business associations. She also speaks at numerous events throughout the tri state area such as the Small Business Expo & Conference, Real Estate Conference in NYC, NYXPO for Small Business at Javitz Center, Masterclassing, as well as other groups and organization. Her audience size averages over 500 people.
To plan ahead successfully and maximize their marketing ROI, app developers need to understand how consumer lifestyles, preferences and purchasing patterns are shifting.
When establishing a startup, it can be difficult to know which metrics you should be focusing on. You may be watching and reporting on basic key performance indicators (KPIs) such as your gross profit margin, but are there metrics you're overlooking? The answer is most likely yes.
Everyone experiences changes in their lives, whether big or small, and the stress that comes along with these changes can either hurt you or allow you to grow stronger. One of the best ways to manage this stress is to learn to be more adaptable.
Members of the Young Entrepreneur Council weigh in on whether a long-term or campaign-by-campaign content strategy works best for brands.
With the advent of social media, companies are now closer than ever to their buyers' feedback. However, these buyers may or may not be charitable with their opinions. Occasionally, a business may encounter a consumer who wasn’t happy with their experience or the product itself.
Members of Young Entrepreneur Council explain the first steps a business should take upon discovering a negative review.
No matter what type of business you're in, your team will undoubtedly encounter problems with creativity and inspiration sooner or later. It’s difficult for any human being to always be “on” creatively, and these uninspired moments can happen during the most inopportune times.
Building positive relationships with your customers is essential to running a successful and sustainable business. That’s why many business owners rely on customer relationship management (CRM) tools to connect with clients and nurture ongoing interactions.
When you're running an organization, communication breakdowns can lead to severe efficiency and productivity problems. While smaller teams may be able to quickly deal with the difficulties of communication inefficiency, this problem becomes harder to solve as the business grows and evolves.
Members of Young Entrepreneur Council offer tips for developing effective, sales-boosting e-commerce ads.
Members of Young Entrepreneur Council share their favorite resources to help you stay abreast of industry changes.
Sensitive information is stored and accessed digitally by businesses every day. While it's a lot more convenient for companies to have data stored digitally, unfortunately this also means these files are more vulnerable to attacks from hackers. Malicious users can gain access to a company’s data in several ways, including phishing, a method which takes advantage of unsuspecting employees as a gateway.
Sometimes, even employees who have a track record of excellent work can have bad days. But when bad days become bad weeks or even months, leaders should take the time to investigate. However, because it could be a sensitive situation, it may be best to take it slow and follow a few key steps.
Entrepreneurship is an exciting and fulfilling career path, but there might be times when you’ll feel discouraged and riddled with self-doubt. Combating these emotions isn’t always easy and takes patience and continued practice.
What your site's going to be — a rock-solid diamond or ephemeral, fading graphite — is all up to you.
While it's not a common thing, some businesses do explode into popularity overnight. For the companies that do, it can be a completely new landscape to navigate. Suddenly, consumers want your product and they can't get enough of it. Your supply lines and logistics may not be able to handle the traffic at its new demanding level.
Entrepreneurs, especially when first starting out, often fall into the trap of overwork. While any successful business needs a firm hand to guide it, your body and mind have their own needs as well. Taking time off for relaxation and socialization in a non-work environment is critical to maintaining your health and the productivity you need to run a growing company.
As an executive, difficult conversations often come up in the workplace. It may be something as sensitive as expressing a concern to an employee or explaining why the company's letting someone go.
When you understand your customer, you can better tailor your products and services to their needs. The most reliable way to get to know who your customers are and what they're looking for is to get that information directly from them. But how can you persuade customers to give you the comprehensive, actionable feedback you need?
End-of-year reviews are an essential tool to gauge the business's effectiveness and efficiency over the previous year. Unfortunately, few businesses implement a review, and some that do only look at the cursory metrics that would give them a basic understanding of the company's strengths and weaknesses.
The end of this year is right around the corner, and smart business owners will already be setting up plans and goals for the coming first quarter. Planning helps a business take stock of what it's achieved thus far and what it can hope to accomplish in the first quarter of the new year, given its available time and resources.
If prompted, there's at least one employee that business owners can point to definitively and state that they are one of the most high-performing hires at the company. However, these high-performing employees sometimes go through issues that can put them off their game. For the company, this can impact performance and efficiency.
Nobody knows everything when they start their first business. Even if you take the time to educate yourself on potential challenges and seek mentorship from more experienced entrepreneurs, there are still some lessons you'll only learn in hindsight.
The members of Young Entrepreneur Council know well the challenges that new founders face when they're first starting out. We asked nine of them to share the one thing they wish they'd done before they launched their company. Below, they reflect on their entrepreneurial journey and share their wisdom with fellow aspiring business owners.
Building a solid team is one of the best ways to ensure success and longevity for your business. However, finding the right people isn’t always easy.
Small business hiring can be an especially daunting process, since you’re seeking qualified team members who are also aligned with your business’ vision and growth goals. That's why we asked, nine Young Entrepreneur Council members how you can be sure you’re hiring those who are going to help take your business to new heights. Read on for their best advice.
The time to program AI applications with high EQ is now.
By knowing blockchain’s capabilities and imagining its applications, marketers can greet the changes and contribute to the blockchain-AI synergy sweeping us all in.
Socialfix Media is a 13-year old digital agency based out of NJ, New York City and San Francisco. The company’s core competencies includes: brand planning & strategy, highly customized web development platforms, mobile app development, social media marketing, search engine optimization, search engine marketing, video production & animation, content development, event management, email marketing, and most recently, television production.
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