Dear Friends,

One of our high priorities is working with leaders in the Internet marketing industry to help them gain access to current trends and best practices. We approach that objective through events and webinars bringing together thought leaders on topics from customer acquisition to social marketing strategies.

Tomorrow, KCOMM and the Internet Marketing Association will present a special one-hour webinar featuring Melissa Boxer, Vice President, Oracle CRM Products. This free webinar will focus on the combined impact of technology explosion and rapidly evolving customer behaviors including the shift from transactions to engagement across all touchpoints and channels, three strategies for transforming the customer, and case histories of how leading companies are addressing these challenges.

Wednesday, November 28
11:00AM - Noon PST
Click here to register


Sinan Kanatsiz
Chief Executive Officer
In This Issue
CityCenter Residential Facebook
Community Hits 5,000 Likes

Careful Targeting Brings Results

CityCenter Residential began using Facebook in August as a strategy to generate increased website traffic and drive sales. Over the course of four months, with KCOMM's help, their social network of friends has grown to over 5,000 Likes. This milestone was achieved by targeting real estate agents, brokers and high-net-worth individuals by way of Facebook advertising and promoted posts.

The foundation of all social media campaigns is providing engaging content on a consistent basis to capture the attention of the target audience. And it's important to remember that it takes time and energy to build a solid social community.

Click here to visit the CityCenter Residential Facebook page.
Children Are Focus of KCOMM
Philanthropic Investments

Four Non-Profits Receive Support

At this time of year, giving thanks and giving to each other are front and center. For KCOMM, we believe strongly in giving back to the community that has made our success possible. This year we have selected four outstanding non-profit organizations to support with financial contributions: Boys Town California, Pretend City Children's Museum, the Irvine Public Schools Foundation and Tilly's Life Center.

Pretend City Children's Museum features a small, interconnected city designed to "build better brains" through purposeful play, hands-on learning experiences, role playing and educational programming as well as developmental screenings, classes and tools for families, educators and community agencies. Boys Town California provides vital services for troubled children and families at its site with four family homes for adolescents and one for young children, plus in-home family services and community support services. The mission of the Irvine Public Schools Foundation is to enrich the educational experience of each child in every school by providing programs, raising funds and uniting the community in support of educational excellence. Tilly's Life Center helps children with health opportunities, disadvantages or emotional trauma discover how to take charge of their own lives by making new and positive choices, through enabling and empowering them with new life skills and coping tools.
KCOMM CEO Sinan Kanatsiz Tapped
As Chairman of New Chapman50

Chapman Univ. Assembles Key Leaders

Chapman University has announced an initiative called Chapman50 to afford its most distinguished alumni a formal, valued voice in critical institutional matters, especially in relation to career development programming and scholarship support. Members will benefit from high-level professional networking, business intelligence and VIP social gatherings, while helping the university develop practical, relevant and sustainable programming for students.

Members, by invitation, will exemplify entrepreneurial leadership, global citizenship, professional excellence and community influence. KCOMM CEO Sinan Kanatsiz has been appointed Chairman of the group by Chapman University President Jim Doti, who views the new group as pivotal leaders and advisors for the university over the next two to three decades.
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