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2010 And Social Media: What to Expect

At this time of year it is often a time to look back and take stock of the year.  As I do that with my work I’m amazed at the explosion of Social Media.  I’ve been using various forms of social media for a few years but I am amazed from a internet marketing perspective […]

New Look for the MikeGingerich.net Blog!

It was time for a fresh face. As an Internet Marketing Consultant it is imperative to keep up with the latest tools and trends as a means of testing them and troubleshooting so one can apply them strategically for clients. I’ve recently launched a Facebook Fan Page for myself as well to enable clients and […]

What is the best Social Media to use for business?

What is the best social media to use for business? Simple: the one where your target market hangs out. Your target market isn’t as narrowly defined as those to whom you want to sell something.  Expand it to include those with whom you’d like to network, develop a friendship, or learn from. For most business […]

Ten Ways to Improve Your Facebook Marketing Campaign Today

Recommended reading from my colleague at Digital Hill…. Ten Ways to Improve Your Facebook Marketing Campaign Today Source: blog.digitalhill.com By Chad H. Pollitt Internet Marketing Manager Internet Marketing Expert Digital Hill Multimedia, Inc. When I first started working on Facebook projects for businesses I treated Facebook like it was just another website. Quickly, I learned […]

7 Ways To Make Your Site More Dynamic

Here’s a few good, quick and fairly simple to implement ideas to help your website be more “sticky”.   Mike   7 Ways To Make Your Site More Dynamic Posted: 12 Nov 2009 06:00 AM PST Yesterday I mentioned the importance of using dynamic content to give users something to engage with and make your site more […]

Good Thought from Laurie Beth Jones – Jesus CEO Author

Laurie Beth’s Thoughts on Leadership: Bankrupt Dear Friends, Recently I had a conversation with a multi-millionaire who kept ranting and raving about the tax structures in California. He was almost apoplectic about it–turning red in the face as he spoke. He said he was thinking of moving to Nevada to save money. Yesterday I spoke […]

Pat’s POV: The Enemy of Innovation and Creativity

A good post from Pat Lencioni and worth reflecting on… The Enemy of Innovation and Creativity Maybe it was just the kind of kid I was, but I’m guessing that most children are constantly reminded by adults to be more efficient. Maybe not exactly in those words. More likely it comes in the form of […]

RE-BLOG – a good post I spotted on Catablog….

CatalystSpace | Catablog 5 Key Things I learned in my 20’s Posted: 02 Oct 2009 05:29 AM PDT (via Brad Lomenick, http://bradlomenick.com/) 1. Use your 20’s to build a foundation for your 70’s. Create deep roots that will give you a foundation for when you are older. Finishing well means starting well. 2. Don’t worry […]

Just Read: Email Testing with Email on Acid: A Review

Email Testing with Email on Acid: Review Posted: 21 Sep 2009 10:18 AM PDT If you have seen the movie, The Matrix, you know that some things are not always as they seem to be. I think there’s a parallel with email marketing. What we send is not necessarily what the recipient sees. There are […]

reBlog from digitalhill.com: We make the web for you. Creative. Innovative. Affordable.

I found this fascinating quote today: Feel free to utilize the below notes as a reference when optimizing your site for the web or constructing a solid online marketing campaign.  Just remember, high rankings take time.  If you have any questions or would like to discuss a robust SEO strategy, Digital Hill is ready to […]