Zenna Consulting Group

Our Services

Online Reputation

Online Reputation

Content Audit

Personal Message and Brand Strategy

Asset Creation and Management

Content Suppression

Content Curation

Content Syndication and Optimization

Search Suppression

Digital PR

Digital Marketing

Digital Marketing

Digital Brand Strategy

Online Marketing

Content Marketing

Responsive Website Strategy and Development

Brand Reputation and Message Strategy

Audience Targeting

Search Engine Optimization

Social Media Strategy and Execution

Strategic Advisory

Strategic Advisory

Strategy and Vision Development

Product /Service Message Design

Product, Process and Market Innovation

Culture, Identity and Branding

Team and Leadership Excellence

Business Development / Sales Strategy and Training

What We Do

We help Brands, Companies and Professionals
Understand and Implement Digital Marketing Strategies.

Think about this: ONLY 6% of the top 100 Fortune 500 Companies have sites that comply with Google’s new mobile search development requirements. 6%.

This is indicative of a larger issue. Most of these companies lack a clearly defined Mobile Strategy. Does your company have one? If your answer is no, then we should talk.


Great Brands are Born.

Posted by on Mar 31, 2016

Great Brands are Born that way. Great Brands, like great sales people, are born. The idea is quite simple (sort of). Here’s how it works: Someone with an idea, or inspiration and some talent – creates a product. It delivers value to its users, remains...

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Brands without a Strategy – Google’s Mobile Wasteland

Posted by on Aug 5, 2013

Google is doing all it can to force brands over the mobile cliff.  It’s not working apparently. Nor is the obvious fact (glaringly obvious at this point) that the entire realm of online consumer media consumption is moving to mobile.  The charts...

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Welcome “Home” Facebook Phone: Updated

Posted by on Apr 4, 2013

Ok, so here’s a more accurate and current update to my earlier post about the so-called “Facebook phone”. Seems like what Zuck is doing is now allowing any Android phone user to essentially turn their device into a “Facebook phone” by...

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