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Welcome to another episode of Business and Legal Q&A LIVE! On today's show we answer the following business question:
BUSINESS QUESTION: "What is a landing page & how do I use it to market my business?"
In online marketing, a landing page, sometimes known as a "lead capture page" or a "lander", is a single web page that appears in response to clicking on a search engine optimized search result or an online advertisement. On today's show we discuss the importance of having a good landing page and how it can help your business.
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Join host Levi Page to discuss the latest in the death investigation of music icon Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina and the suspicion swirling around her boyfriend Nick Gordon. Also tonight we get the latest on the search for missing 21-month-old Jacksonville child Lonzie Barton, a cousin of another missing Florida child Haleigh Cummings.
Our guests include: high-profile attorney Esther Panitch and death investigator Joseph Scott Morgan, author of "Blood Beneath My Feet: The Journey of a Southern Death Investigator."
Michele Lee is an accomplished actress, singer, dancer, director and producer who is best known for her Emmy Award nominated role as "Karen Fairgate MacKenzie" on the 1980s prime-time soap opera, Knots Landing. She starred on the showfor all fourteen seasons from 1979-1993 and was the only cast member to appear in every episode. Michele is also a two-time Tony Award nominee.
Joan van Ark is most notable for her role as "Valene Ewing" on both Dallas and Knots Landing. For this role, she twice won the Soap Opera Digest Award for Best Actress, in 1986 and 1989. A life member of The Actors Studio, she has also received a Theatre World Award and has been nominated for a Tony Award for her stage work.
Both interviews hosted by Tammy Weston.
TURN THE PAGE Host Kayla Greenwell interviews the literati and oddball creative-types with a focus on DIY and grassroots initiatives. This week, Kayla will interview Julie Demoff-Larson, the creator of "Small Prestivus," a two-day literary festival being held in Griffith, Indiana on August 1st and 2nd, bringing in writers from all over the region and from across the country. Adam McHenry Nicholson will be calling in to share the latest about Sala, a professional association for creatives. Last, but not least, call-ins are encouraged in the second half of the show..ask a question, tell us about your latest project or event etc., share some of your literary goodness ..
Julie Demoff-Larson is one of the founding editors and currently the Managing Editor at Blotterature Literary Magazine. She is the chief organizer and curator of “Small Prestivus,” a two-day annual literary festival aimed at promoting the diversity of small presses and the writers they represent. Julie has a B.A. in English Literature from Purdue University. Her dedication to the writing community is second only to family and friends. Her short stories have been published in Mangrove, Ricochet, Epiphany Magazine and in Good Morning, Justice an anthology from Brine Books Publishing.
Adam McHenry Nicholson is an apostate academic who sometimes makes noises about being some kind of writer or artist or something, but good luck finding much evidence of it. He is currently editing an anthology of strongly visual multimodal narratives for Twelve Winters Press (https://twelvewinters.submittable.com/submit/38543), to which you should submit your work, and is founder and executive director of the nascent Sala Creative Association (igg.me/at/sala), to which you should sumibt your money.
Forgotten Music on 78 Rom records
Patti Page, Ray Noble & orchestra, Joe Reichman
Patti Page Confess
Twelve O'Clock Flight
Ray Noble & orchestra, the Piccolino
Top hat, white tie and tails
Joe Reichman, Stormy Weather
EASY TO LOVE
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"Confess" is a popular song written by Bennie Benjamin and George David Weiss.
The Page recording recorded on 12- 3-1947, released by Mercury Records catalog number 5129, with the flip side “Twelve O'Clock Flight” (catalog number 5511) , first reached the Billboard chart on 7-2- 1948, lasting 10 weeks and peaking at #12.
Ray Noble & orchestra the Piccolino [Small Child?)
Victor records 25094 92231=1, HMV-BD247 6/10/1935
Irving Berlin RKO 1935 movie “Top Hat"
Top Hat, White Tie and Tails
92229 New York City June 8 1935
Ray Noble (1903 – 1978) was an English bandleader, composer, arranger, radio comedian, and actor.
27396 –A STORMY WEATHER Keeps Rainin All the Time
Written by Ted Koehler Harold Arlen
JOE REICHMAN (piano) EASY TO LOVE
Victor 27396 –B written by Cole Porter
Joe Reichman b. 1898, USA, d. April 1970, Dallas, Texas, USA. Reichman was an accomplished piano player, billing himself ‘The Pagliacci of the Piano’, before he embarked on his career as a band leader.
Stephanie M. Landing is the Vice President for Construction/Environmental at A. Harold and Associates, LLC. She is responsible for profit and loss for the multi-million dollar division and the Joint Venture effort focused on Base Operating Support projects. With 10 years project management experience and 5 years focused on Federal Government contracts, she ensures the construction division is running efficiently by overseeing operations, staffing, business development opportunities and coordinates proposal team efforts. She started with A. Harold and Associates, LLC as a project manager for the USACE with project oversight for the $50 million Everglades Restoration project.
Stephanie is also founding Executive Director of the Florida 8(a) Alliance. She has over seven years of project and grant management experience and brings to the role her non-profit experience as a previous Grants Manager for the National Park Foundation with responsibility for manaing a number of grants awarded from $10 to $29 million over 3 years. In her role as Executive Director of the Florida 8(a) Alliance, she ensures that program activities and operations are following standard processes and that quality services are delivered to the small business community. She coordinates the webinar series, training sessions, newsletter, web portal and conference planning and works closely with external stakeholders for delivery of success programs.
She holds a B.S. in Biology from Dickinson College and an M.S. in Environmental Science & Policy from the John Hopkins University.
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Tune in to Writestream with host and network founder Daria Anne when she welcomes author Rodney Page back to the program to discuss his latest book, The Xerces Factor.
An avid student of history and political junky, Rodney combined those interests with his lifelong desire to write a novel. His first, Powers Not Delegated, was published in 2012.
Rodney’s second novel, The Xerces Factor, will be released in April. He meshes his knowledge of history and current events to pen a relevant and plausible tale of intrigue inside the Beltway. His short story, Granny Mae’s Journey will appear in Crimson Cloak Publishing’s Steps in Time anthology in the spring.
Rodney lives in Hendersonville, North Carolina. His passions include hiking, photography, history, reading, and, of course, University of Georgia football.
During the live show, host and guest welcome your calls at (347) 945-7246 and your participation in the live chat. Tune in to Writestream Tuesday with Rodney Page on April 21 at 1:00 p.m. Eastern!
Travis Desmond of the Indy Power Rankings returns to the air on the Elite Podcast Network with a special edition show! On this episode, both Mitch Page & Corporal Robinson will be LIVE on the air to discuss what many call "the bloodiest battles in IWA Mid-South history" from their point of view. Get a different perspective on this heated rivalry as they tell all regarding this feud & their matches in it!
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Mance Davis, or as he's affectionaltely known in the Author and Poet arena as Marcus Page, born in New Orleans Louisiana, where he attended St. Augustine High School. It was there where he began writing poetry. In 1996, Marcus attended Southern University in New Orleans and in 1997 he began performing poetry at Ebony Square, a well know poetry spot in New Orleans. He was introduced to other talented poets as he continued to perfect his craft. His passion is to share his God-given gift with the world. Due to the devastating effects of Hurricane Katrina back in 2005, Marcus moved to Las Vegas for a short period. In 2006, he moved back to New Orleans and began writing again. In 2008 he wrote his first book entitled, "The Awakening (a collection of poems)". Since then he's written several poetry books, a short story book, a cook book, as well as his first Children's Book, "Children Are Our Future".
And now, let's talk with Author, Marcus Page.
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