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Seattle Web Promotion will help you with your Web Presence.
The next level is creating a Web Presence if this makes sense for your business or service. Our WEB Presence includes a website and or BLOG that you can provide to your clients or potential customers to confirm to them:  “Yes, I am on the web.”  
WEB Presence includes
All of the Business Web Basics accounts above and
A Simple Website on your choice of Google/Sites, Weebly, WIX, Orbs, Gogopin, or Webs.
A WordPress Blog with automation to help simplify posting.
If you have a Facebook account, a Business page can be created.
One of my WordPress blogs can be viewed here http://localwebpromotion.wordpress.com/
One of my Orbs websites can be viewed here http://localwebpromotion.orbs.com/
One of my  Webs websites can be viewed here http://seattlewebpromotion.webs.com/
The Introductory Investment for WEB Presence is $300.

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September 28, 2011 at 5:41 pm

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The Web is the New Phone Book – All Businesses Should Be On the Web

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Seattle Web Promotion will help you with your Web Presence.
The next level is creating a Web Presence if this makes sense for your business or service. Our WEB Presence includes a website and or BLOG that you can provide to your clients or potential customers to confirm to them:  “Yes, I am on the web.”  
WEB Presence includes
All of the Business Web Basics accounts above and
A Simple Website on your choice of Google/Sites, Weebly, WIX, Orbs, Gogopin, or Webs.
A WordPress Blog with automation to help simplify posting.
If you have a Facebook account, a Business page can be created.
One of my WordPress blogs can be viewed here http://localwebpromotion.wordpress.com/
One of my Orbs websites can be viewed here http://localwebpromotion.orbs.com/
One of my  Webs websites can be viewed here http://seattlewebpromotion.webs.com/
The Introductory Investment for WEB Presence is $300.

Written by davidanders

September 28, 2011 at 5:41 pm

Seattle Web Promotion will help you with your Business Web Basics

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The Web is the New Phone Book  –  All Businesses Should Be On the Web
David Anders  |  The Computer Guy
(206)  286-8438  MailTo:SeattleWebPromotion@Gmail.com

Seattle Web Promotion will help you with your Business Web Basics.

Business Web Basics: includes the following accounts and others:

Google Places Superpages Manta
Yahoo Local Yellowpages Whitepages
Bing Business Local.com MerchantCircle
Yelp Business Page CitySearch About.me

The above are some of the most popular and useful directories.
These accounts may already exist, we will verify your claim and enhance them.  
The Introductory Investment for this Business Web Basics is $150.
You can read a more complete description at http://seattlewebpromotion.weebly.com/business-web-basics.html

 

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September 28, 2011 at 5:34 pm

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Seattle Web Promotion will help you with your Business Web Basics

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The Web is the New Phone Book  –  All Businesses Should Be On the Web
David Anders  |  The Computer Guy
(206)  286-8438  MailTo:SeattleWebPromotion@Gmail.com

Seattle Web Promotion will help you with your Business Web Basics.

Business Web Basics: includes the following accounts and others:

Google Places Superpages Manta
Yahoo Local Yellowpages Whitepages
Bing Business Local.com MerchantCircle
Yelp Business Page CitySearch About.me

The above are some of the most popular and useful directories.
These accounts may already exist, we will verify your claim and enhance them.  
The Introductory Investment for this Business Web Basics is $150.
You can read a more complete description at http://seattlewebpromotion.weebly.com/business-web-basics.html

 

Written by davidanders

September 28, 2011 at 5:34 pm

The Best TED Talks listed by a TEDx organizer

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Oh man! As a TEDx organizer and as a general fan, I’ve been waiting for this question all my life.

Let’s break this up a bit.

  • In the mood to see demographic data come to life in front of you?

Hans Rosling

It’s the talk I send people to introduce them to TED. A classic.

  • In the mood to learn something new about music and be inspired?

Benjamin Zander

The second talk I send people. Just an incredible speaker, I’ve never met someone who didn’t love this talk. Got me to listen to classical music in a whole new way.

  • In the mood to feel excited about the education system?

Salman Khan

My favorite talk ever. Bill Gates comes on at the end and calls his method the “future of education.” If you like data/engineering, you’re especially likely to fall in love this this video.

  • In the mood to wonder at the mysterious nature of the human brain?

Jill Bolte Taylor

One of the talks to put TED on the map. Harvard neuroscientist happens to gets a stroke, achieves a nirvana-like state, and then studies what happened to her to figure it out.

  • In the mood to laugh and also reflect on how schools work and don’t?

Ken Robinson

Another classic TED talk, Robinson discusses the importance of creativity. The talk is both charming and deeply thoughtful.

  • In the mood to reconsider how society treats creativity?

Elizabeth Gilbert

Another classic, the top talk for people interested in writing/the arts. Basically, we pressure artists in subtle and unfair ways with our modern conception of what it means to be a ‘genius.’

  • In the mood to watch an incredible tech demo?

Pattie Maes

I don’t know what’s happened to this since then, but this technology was all the buzz when the talk came out. The MIT Media lab has a lot of good talks – I recommend the “Siftables” talk as well.

  • In the mood to smile and laugh at clever advertising?

Rory Sutherland

One of my very favorite talks, it’s a clever look at how advertisers actually add value to the world. Also, hilarious. I recommend his other talk as well.

  • Interested in thinking about the role of women in business?

Sheryl Sandberg

One of the most discerning discussions of the state of women in society I’ve seen, by the COO of Facebook. Discusses the reasons that women hurt themselves professionally, encourages them to take charge.

  • In the mood to think about the dynamics of peace negotiations / be inspired?

William Ury

On how to “get to yes” in a negotiation. Good stuff.

  • In the mood to just be entertained with some sweet juggling?

Michael Moschen

An old one. Long, but worth it – the ‘father of juggling’ does some crazy stuff.

  • In the mood to see a talk about Reddit?

Alexis Ohanian

Can’t leave this one out of this list!

There are many, many more, but this is more than a good start.

Written by davidanders

September 14, 2011 at 6:19 pm

Posted in backup

The Best TED Talks listed by a TEDx organizer

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Oh man! As a TEDx organizer and as a general fan, I’ve been waiting for this question all my life.

Let’s break this up a bit.

  • In the mood to see demographic data come to life in front of you?

Hans Rosling

It’s the talk I send people to introduce them to TED. A classic.

  • In the mood to learn something new about music and be inspired?

Benjamin Zander

The second talk I send people. Just an incredible speaker, I’ve never met someone who didn’t love this talk. Got me to listen to classical music in a whole new way.

  • In the mood to feel excited about the education system?

Salman Khan

My favorite talk ever. Bill Gates comes on at the end and calls his method the “future of education.” If you like data/engineering, you’re especially likely to fall in love this this video.

  • In the mood to wonder at the mysterious nature of the human brain?

Jill Bolte Taylor

One of the talks to put TED on the map. Harvard neuroscientist happens to gets a stroke, achieves a nirvana-like state, and then studies what happened to her to figure it out.

  • In the mood to laugh and also reflect on how schools work and don’t?

Ken Robinson

Another classic TED talk, Robinson discusses the importance of creativity. The talk is both charming and deeply thoughtful.

  • In the mood to reconsider how society treats creativity?

Elizabeth Gilbert

Another classic, the top talk for people interested in writing/the arts. Basically, we pressure artists in subtle and unfair ways with our modern conception of what it means to be a ‘genius.’

  • In the mood to watch an incredible tech demo?

Pattie Maes

I don’t know what’s happened to this since then, but this technology was all the buzz when the talk came out. The MIT Media lab has a lot of good talks – I recommend the “Siftables” talk as well.

  • In the mood to smile and laugh at clever advertising?

Rory Sutherland

One of my very favorite talks, it’s a clever look at how advertisers actually add value to the world. Also, hilarious. I recommend his other talk as well.

  • Interested in thinking about the role of women in business?

Sheryl Sandberg

One of the most discerning discussions of the state of women in society I’ve seen, by the COO of Facebook. Discusses the reasons that women hurt themselves professionally, encourages them to take charge.

  • In the mood to think about the dynamics of peace negotiations / be inspired?

William Ury

On how to “get to yes” in a negotiation. Good stuff.

  • In the mood to just be entertained with some sweet juggling?

Michael Moschen

An old one. Long, but worth it – the ‘father of juggling’ does some crazy stuff.

  • In the mood to see a talk about Reddit?

Alexis Ohanian

Can’t leave this one out of this list!

There are many, many more, but this is more than a good start.

Written by davidanders

September 14, 2011 at 6:17 pm

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Business Web Basics

Claim Your Business’s Google Places Page.
http://google.com/placesforbusiness
This should be your first priority, this Google Search has links to show the wide spread consensus of the importance of this step.
http://www.google.com/search?q=claim+your+google+places+page

Video About Google Places by Google  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TpZan96KHOM

Claiming your Google Places page requires you have a Gmail Account – you will be prompted to create this on the Google Places webpage.  Once you have the Gmail Account you can add the other options that a Google Account offers.

Claim Your YELP Business Page

 

Claim Your Yahoo Local Page
http://listings.local.yahoo.com/
Claiming your Yahoo Local page requires you have a Yahoo Account – you will be prompted to create this on the Yahoo Local webpage.

List Your Business on SuperPages Directory
http://www.superpages.com/about/new_chg_listing.html

List Your Business on YellowPages Directory
http://listings.yellowpages.com/Services/ServiceClaimSearch.aspx

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August 21, 2011 at 3:03 pm