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Importance of Updating and Maintaing Your Website is our topic on The Core Business Show with Tim Jacquet. While it’s not only important to have a web site these days, keeping it up to date is equally important. Even if you’re a long-established brick & mortar business, without a web presence, you’re losing out on a large pool of potential customers. According to a recent ConStat consumer tracking study, a staggering 97 percent of consumers now go online to research product and service offerings from local businesses. So, if you fail to keep content updated or list the basics like hours and contact information correctly on your web site, as well as update search engine listings like Yelp and Four Square, you will not only turn off new customers but may cost your business the ones you have.
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Join Kevin & Karen as they welcome back Jeff Gruban (from episode 2) accompanied by Nancy Weisz-Gallager as they update the situation with exciting news on the battle against homelesness in the valley. We also analyse part II of an interview with our muslim friend Ahmed.
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Mike and Joyce speak with Casey Quinlan of Mighty Casey Media, author and blogger about patients’ rights and the value of patient input in medical research.
Some medical institutions are beginning to “get” that the patients need to be involved from the beginning in all aspects of medical process and procedure. The patients are the “customers” and are the essential “stakeholders” in designing buildings, clinical trials, and indeed the business workflow surrounding all interactions between doctor and patient.
Come hear Casey’s thoughts on how patients can and should be involved.
“While some [doctors'] offices are looking at increasing their front desk staff, we should be looking at what banks have done. Limit services to those focusing on new patients and special needs. The days of having your name called out in a crowded doctor’s waiting room should be over – that is, unless you really like being asked at the front desk what you are there for (while a long line of patients eagerly await your answer). It’s time to reinvent your practice’s workflow, and it begins by being creative and tapping into your patient’s experience.” — Pete Rivera, Hayes Management Consultant, HIMSS Health Information Systems
“I have this dream. It’s about how, when I make an appointment to see my doctor – my primary care physician – the process is easy, honors my time as much as it does my doctor’s, and winds up running smoothly for both parties.” — Casey Quinlan – See more at: http://www.disruptivewomen.net/2010/12/24/all-i-want-for-christmas-is-customer-service-at-my-doctor%E2%80%99s-office/#sthash.SGi2n6pa.dpuf
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble; presented by The Red Light Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will update you on all the NFL Training Camp news. Every day in training camp something big and exciting can happen. Has their been any surprises around the league so far? You will have to listen in to see what the boys think. We will discuss any of the latest breaking news around the world of sports. Fasten your seat belts and put your foot on the gas - we are talking sports.
Is your business running on Windows XP? As of April 8, 2014, Microsoft no longer supports this operating system, which could cause security, compatibility and productivity issues for your business. In this episode of Hilary Topper on Air, Morris W. Stemp, MBA, CPA and CEO of Stemp Systems Group- an IT solutions provider in NYC, will explain why it’s important to upgrade your system from Windows XP. Morris will also compare Windows 7 and Windows 8, discuss ways to upgrade your legacy applications and more. Tune in to this episode to bring your operating system to 2014!
Live, Love, Laugh. Going Threw the Storm, But it dont Always Rain.The Sun Is Gonna Shine.We Not gonn aadd Lighter Fluid to the fire, But we gonna pull out The Fire Exstinguisher for the Fire..Standing Tall and Winning the fight..Not among each other but just in this world. Claiming Life and Owning up to whats Right and whats Wrong. Grow up, Confess that your Wise. Walk it out. Talk it Out. and Meditate. Find the Season it is here, so smell the fresh air.
This episode of The Marketing Mojo Show covers maintenance musts to protect and enhance your website, the online hub of every small business. More often than not, the owner of a small business is the chief cook, bottle washer, marketing czar and webmaster. Launching a website is only part of the equation, for it requires regular TLC. This is where Darnell Smith comes in. He is the Founder of Business in the Black, a web development company that builds custom websites for businesses to manage themselves and he will bring his years of experiences and insight from working with small businesses to guide listeners through:
Must-do list items (such as updates, backups) and how often to do them
Frequent missteps and how to avoid them
Most-feared tasks and how to make them routine
Common website terms and what they mean
For small business owners who list webmaster as one of their many responsibilities or others who might be anxious after discovering "other duties as needed" includes updating the company website, this show is not to be missed. Get the conversation started and use the hash tag #mymarketingmojo to comment on the question: Does your business have a dedicated webmaster, an outsourced webmaster or do you handle it along with other responsibilities?
We’re back!!! To celebrate, we are bringing back two of our most controversial guests. That’s right folks, on this episode of Snotley Fun Tyme Radio, we will be talking to Dave Myers, otherwise known as the moderator for Fappy the Anti-Masturbation Dolphin & The Monsanto Company's Facebook page, and Lonnie Childs from Stop Masturbation Now. These two gentlemen will be updating us on their progress to rid the world of the evils of masturbation. You can check Dave's mission at the following link: http://www.facebook.com/fappythedolphin and Lonnies’s group at http://www.facebook.com/pages/STOP-Masturbation-NOW
Besides those great guests, we may have our good pal Fooey back in the broadcast suite, as well as a few surprise guest hosts. Hmmm, who could they be? We will never tell...
If time allows we will have another award winning segment of DumFux to keep all of our listeners abreast of the stupidity of others who share this big blue marble with us.
Please tune in early and stay until the end because you never know who will stop by or what we will say.
I went from full-time stay-at-home mom for 20 years to pretty much full-time author. My passion is my family-my husband and I have been married for 40 years and have four kids, five darling grandkids--so far! But since, if a mom does her job right, she eventually puts herself OUT of a job, I'm delighted to have the privilege of working as a novelist. I could not enjoy the writing life more.
I've had a couple of non-fiction books published and contributed to some anthologies, as well as writing magazine articles. But my first love is fiction. I have written more than 25 novels and since The Face of the Earth for Howard/Simon & Schuster released in May 2013, I am now working on a new five-book series for Abingdon Press. Home to Chicory Lane releases August 2014.
A typical writing day for me begins early--often before 6 a.m.--with the business side of things: answering e-mail and reader mail, updating my Web site, reading for research. We're now empty-nesters so our routine is much quieter than it was when we had four kids at home. When my writing time begins, I have a routine that sets the stage, starting with lighting scented candles, choosing mood music on Pandora, and brewing a pot of coffee. Lately I've been enjoying coffee our son sent me from Germany. I have a cozy office that looks out over our front yard. But since I write on a laptop, I often take my computer to the kitchen counter, a chair by the fireplace, or, if the weather is nice, out on the deck where the birds, squirrels, ducks, geese, and an occasional egret, provide entertainment. I try to wrap up the day's words (usually 1000-1500 a day) by suppertime.
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The latest "Friday Drivetime" (Aug. 15 2014) from Bristol UK Broadband Cooperative BCfm award winning community radio. Production Notes: I will be fading out portions of the first hour and reading some local news notes and updating on the civil unrest surrounding the police killing of Michael Brown, #Ferguson, MO. See Fightin' Cock Flyer for more. Program Summary: Investigative reports: Ukraine Psychological Warfare latest - . Ukraine: Russian aid convoy stopped at the border, claims this is a cover for troops to enter the country; supplying of weapons; NATO and president Poroshenko accuse Russians of sending an armoured column over the border but it never happened; about 2200 civilian casualties in Eastern Ukraine – same in Gaza; Malaysian press saying Kiev government responsible for downed MH17 airliner – Kiev security confiscated the crucial air traffic control tapes; fake pictures posted on social media as if they were published by the other side, to discredit the seperatists; Gladio style false flag operations. New interview with Snowden by James Bamford who wrote 'The Puzzle Palace' – about an NSA bot called 'MonsterMind' that starts cyberwars on it's own. David Powell from South West Friends of the Earth discusses: solar panels; nuclear energy and weapons; 'economic growth at all costs', government policy, consumption and resources; fracking and 'the most misleading poll ever' by UK Oil & Gas. solar farms - UK nuclear power latest - fraudulent fracking surveys - Siemens secretly manufacturing and storing human Microchips: William Pawelec former director of Systems Group of Colorado on microchip technology how Siemens infiltrated government and defense business meetings and possibly stole the technology.
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SPECIAL TOPIC Night - "For Our Kids" - Deborah Maddison, Tracy Baxter, Angela Borths and Joan Zanard will lead the discussion about the Rights of Children and Families in North America in a series of bi-weekly shows dealing with the subject. We'll first be updating the Lexi Dillon case with Dr Ruby Dillon and Dean Tong, Forensic Trial Expert, who exposed serious corruption he found in the courtroom. He was threatened with incarceration if he didn't withdraw his Declaration. Next we'll have publisher Julie Salisbury from Influence Publishing and one of her authors, Eugenea Couture, author of "Adoption Not An Option." Julie will explain how she came to do these incredible stories, and how important and healing it is for people to be able to have a safe way to do so. She has a process to help people through their experiences, and her authors become a support group for each other. We believe you will see many parallels between the 'Influence Family' and the 'NAASCA Family.' ~~ Every two weeks a new THEME will be presented in this series, with frequent special guests speaking from their own experience. ~~ Please see our web page at: www.NAASCA.org/ForOurKids or write to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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