Jonathan Jeter - Dex Media Website Manager

Jonathan Jeter has been developing websites since 1997 and has been with Dex Media since 2009.

He is currently Sr. Manager for Digital Publishing and User Experience for Dex Media owned and operated web properties. As a former small business owner, he likes to write on various aspects of web site development for small and medium businesses, including business web site design & development, SEO, Social Media, Local Search, and Online Marketing.

You can find him on Twitter or Google+.

2014 Ahead

The Best of the Dex Media Blog 2014

As 2014 comes to an end, it is time to reflect and see what the year meant for local businesses. Let’s take a look at the Dex Media blog posts that resonated most with our readers. January is always filled with predictions and reflections and our blog was no different. In 5 Ways to Improve Your Online…continue reading …

Six Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest Posting Tips for Small Business

Content Marketing Explained

Local Search Marketing 101, Part 2 In Part 1 of the Local Search Marketing 101 series, we discussed the various phases that customers go through in the purchasing process. In this followup article, we are going to discuss your Content Marketing strategy and how your content marketing efforts can help you stand out to potential customers…continue reading …

Old School - Throwback Thursday

Dex Media #ThrowbackThursday Local Marketing Advice

For a Dex Media Throwback Thursday event, we’ve decided to highlight our timeless articles that apply just as much in 2014 or 2015 as they did when they were originally written. Advertising Business Sign Basics – This article from 2012 points out that regardless of changes in technology, a good sign on your brick and…continue reading …

#CowboysUK hashtag

#CowboysUK – Choose Your Hashtags Wisely

For their trip to the United Kingdom this week, the Dallas Cowboys social media team decided to use a hashtag to pull together all of their social media efforts for the trip. Unfortunately, the hashtag they chose was #CowboysUK. While that looks appropriate and innocuous, a simple change in the capitalization converts the hashtag to #CowboySUK….continue reading …

consumers search for local information

Local Search Marketing 101

There is no doubt that people are searching online before making local purchases in real life. According to a study by Google, consumers search for local business information throughout the purchase process. They divided up the process into four parts: information, research, purchase and post-purchase. A large percentage of consumers perform local searches on multiple devices…continue reading …