Black Friday-Date Time and Place? Black Friday was all about figuring out when it started and where? Wednesday at Midnight? Thursday at 6P? Thursday at Midnight or Friday morning. Once that was done it was time to stand in line or shop at your favorite store. And according to the CEA/Consumer Electronics Association’s survey, Nearly 50% of Black […]Read More Cyber-Monday
On Saturday I went to another Pacific New Media Class. The class was entitled: “How to Use Social Media to Build your Professional and Personal Brand” taught by “Neenz” Faleafine. Neenz was the social media director for Governor Abercrombie, now works at Oceanit, and is the chief evangelist for Guy Kawasaki’s Alltop Website. I personally […]Read More 50500-Instant Electronic Business Cards!
Even though QR (Quick Read) codes have been around for a while, this is the year that I’ve personally really enjoyed them. It started at Christmas When my friend Charles gave me a New York Times and it had a HUGE really colorful QR code on it and I sat at lunch trying to take a […]Read More QR Codes Go Up in Smoke!
Getting your website, blog or whatever you’re trying to promote on the first page of Google takes some time and effort. Here’s a bit of the basics, after a bit more testing of something’s I’ve been learning over the last few months, I’ll add some more advanced SEO information to this blog in about 3 […]Read More Fuel your Engines-GetfoundontheWeb!
I’m in Seattle for about 4 days this week and I’ve been noticing a lot of Balloon/Blow Ups Advertising in Town. I Saw Vinnie over at the Duck Tours, a GIANT purple ape and a Paul Bunyan at a used car dealership, Huge Ice cream cones on top of an Ice Cream Store and Big […]Read More Big Blow Ups Rule in Seattle Advertising!
http://www.onlineschools.org/state-of-the-internet/ This is really fun to watch and quite amazing. Me, personally, I find it fascinating that Foursquare still has a flat line and hasn’t even come close to reaching its potential. And that’s the one I’ve been having the most fun with lately. Wow! Click on the link, Press play and enjoy!Read More State of the Internet 2011-courtesy of onlineschools.org
Over the weekend, my friend who works at a local retail store told me that the Star-Advertiser doesn’t accept press releases as attachments. So, figured I’d do this quick, simple posting. Next time, you send a press release to someone/anyone including the Star Advertiser. Make sure you put the body of your information in the […]Read More Preparing Press Releases to increase your free advertising