Get Some Google Love: The Advantage of Local SEO Marketing

Get Some Google Love: The Advantage of Local SEO Marketing
Event on 2014-09-19 08:30:00


Power Friday  Local SEO Marketing

A well-executed Internet search marketing strategy can give small businesses an advantage to gain market share and attract new customers by establishing Internet presence, authority and trust.



Our speaker Lynn Pechinski will talk about:



  1. Online trends and behaviors that make “Google Love” a requirement for all businesses.

  2. What is Local SEO marketing and how does it work

  3. Who needs it and why

  4. Benefits and Obstacles – lead generation, time and money


Lynn Pechinski, President of 1st Straw Marketing & Promotions, is a results-driven, well-connected marketing pro, certified social media strategist, speaker, and trainer. With over 30 years’ experience working for Fortune 500 corporations, Lynn launched her company 10 years ago to help SMB’s power their marketing through dynamic programs that produce measurable results. Her specialties are marketing, event planning, copywriting and design, printing, and promotional products. New programs, such as Cross-Platform Marketing and Local Search Website Marketing, help businesses take advantage of online opportunities to attract leads.

Lynn was recently named one of 25 Women to Watch 2013 by South Jersey Biz Magazine (  In May, 2013, New Jersey Monthly Magazine named Lynn as a finalist in the Leading Women Entrepreneurs. She has served on the Board of NAWBO South Jersey and received an Honorable Mention as one of the 2011 Enterprising Women of the Year. Lynn holds a BS from Rider University with a double major in Economics and Management.


at Farmers Insurance Group
951 Haddonfield Rd
Cherry Hill, United States

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Sapo – Cadem a I Mitxa?

Sapo – Cadem a I Mitxa?

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Florida STEM Educator Creates Unique Learning Environment for Indian Youth

Tallahassee, FL (PRWEB) July 25, 2014

How does Batman use the scientific method?

Tim Hinchman, STEM educator, loves asking his students this question. For him, the classroom experience is about making learning relatable to ones interests. He does just that by teaching science, technology, engineering and math using superhero analogies to make the content more engaging.

I try to bring the fun back into the classroom, because learning is more than just books its experiences, said Hinchman. Students enjoy the learning process. It can be difficult, but you learn to persevere because you relate the concepts in class to things you enjoy and experience all the time.

This year, Hinchman participated in his second year as an instructor for the Florida Indian Youth Program a free summer camp where Native American students are given the opportunity to expand their knowledge through recreational, cultural and social activities in Tallahassee under the leadership of the Florida Governors Council on Indian Affairs, Inc. This program exists to change the lives of Native American youth, and according to Hinchman, the program does just that.

Its a breath of fresh air to work with such inquisitive kids, said Hinchman. Seeing how much they enjoy the learning process makes me enjoy teaching them.

Hinchman says he looks at the aspirations of these youth and it motivates him to be the best STEM teacher he can be.

This summer program provides students with an away-from-home experience to completely immerse them in learning. They participate in more than 50 events that connect back to the programs four main components: academics, job and life skills, social skills and cultural experience. This program is meant to increase the probability of high school graduation by showing students how to fall in love with learning.

If you make the classroom an enjoyable place, students will always want to be there, said Hinchman. My goal at the Youth Program is to create a desire among students for learning for the rest of their lives.

The program takes normal high school learning and turns it into something the students can have fun with to ensure their interest and engagement. The Youth Program doesnt just stop at classes, but allows the students to take breaks and have fun experiences like ziplining and roller skating. The reason students come back to this program is because of the dedication of program leaders, like Hinchman, who are dedicated to giving them a well-rounded educational experience that they can take and use in the future.

For more information on the Florida Indian Youth Program or the Florida Governors Council on Indian Affairs, call 1-800-322-9186, email info(at)fgcia(dot)com or download an application at


Florida Governors Council on Indian Affairs:

The Florida Governors Council on Indian Affairs, Inc. (the Council) is a private, nonprofit corporation which was incorporated under the laws of Florida at the direction of Executive Order #74-23. The Councils primary goal is to provide technical assistance for the educational, economic, social and cultural advancement of American Indians, Native Alaskans and Native Hawaiians within the states of Florida and Georgia.

Florida Indian Youth Program:

The Council hosts American Indian, Native Alaskan and Native Hawaiian teens from Florida and Georgia, aged 14-17, at The Florida Indian Youth Program each July in Tallahassee. This intensive, two-week, away-from-home, cost-free educational experience contains four main curriculum components academic skills, job skills, life skills and social and cultural activities. The Florida Indian Youth Program focuses on STEM education science, technology, engineering and math with a special emphasis in robotics. The 34th annual Florida Indian Youth Program took place July 12-26, 2014.

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Change Is In The Air: Prince Georges Community College Set To Roll Out Smoke/Tobacco-Free Institutional Policy

Largo, MD (PRWEB) July 29, 2014

Prince Georges Community College today announced its brand new campaign, Breathe Free, which supports efforts to create a smoke/tobacco-free environment and decrease the risk factors that contribute to preventable diseases associated with smoke and tobacco use. An institution known for its deep-rooted stance in the surrounding community, the College, in cooperation with its Health Education Center, recognized the growing rate of smoke/tobacco-related illnesses adversely impacting county residents, and made the concerted commitment to implement a new College-wide policy. The initiative provides cessation and wellness materials, screenings and workshops. The smoke/tobacco-free policy takes effect on September 15, 2014.

We take our commitment to serving very seriously, and this forward-thinking policy to make PGCC a smoke/tobacco-free environment is in line with that commitment, said Charlene M. Dukes, PGCC president. To ensure the Breathe Free program meets its goals of reducing and eliminating the number of individuals, employees, students, and visitors who smoke or use tobacco products, including electronic devices, we partnered with Dimensions Healthcare Systems, CareFirst Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Kaiser Permanente, and other health-focused organizations to provide on-going programs and information to assist individuals during and throughout this transition.

Former Prince Georges County Executive, the late Wayne K. Curry, knew all too well that cigarette smoking disproportionately affects African Americans, who have a higher risk of lung cancer and death resulting from lung cancer, than other smokers. Curry advocated for better educational programs for African Americans in order to raise awareness about lung cancer and its mortality rates, particularly among African Americans. Tobacco use is the leading preventable cause of death, disease and disability in the United States, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

Recently, more and more colleges and universities in Maryland, and throughout the nation, have implemented similar policies on their campuses. The Surgeon General maintains that tobacco and the resulting smoke causes cancer. Moreover, reports from the World Health Organization convey that there is no safe level of secondhand smoke. PGCC has taken a significant step by officially putting a policy in place that educates the college community, while providing a cleaner and healthier environment.

To learn more about the Colleges Breathe Free campaign and smoke/tobacco-free policy, please contact Jennifer Colter at Prince Georges Community College (Largo campus) by calling (301) 322-0157.

Prince Georges Community College is a National Center of Academic Excellence and White House Champion of Change. Established in 1958, Prince Georges Community College provides transfer and career programs that help students transition to four-year colleges and universities and prepares them for the workforce. Each year, 40,000+ students take part in more than 200 academic programs and workforce development and continuing education courses. Located in Largo, Maryland, Prince Georges Community College has additional sites at Joint Base Andrews, University Town Center in Hyattsville, Laurel College Center, Skilled Trades Center in Camp Springs, and Westphalia Training Center in Upper Marlboro. For more information, visit the college website at

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Sesame Street Live: Let’s Dance!

Sesame Street Live: Let’s Dance!
Event on 2014-11-28 13:00:00

at BMO Harris Bradley Center
1001 North Fourth Street
Milwaukee, United States

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Incruit 2008 OSL BeSt vs Stork 2008-10-24 @ Medusa

Map: Medusa BeSt (Protoss) – Name: 도재욱 (Doh Jae Wook) – Team: SK Telecom T1 vs Stork (Protoss) – Name: 송병구 (Song Byung Goo) – Team: Samsung KHAN League: 2008…
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Cynopsis Digital Small Screen/Big Ideas Conference

Cynopsis Digital Small Screen/Big Ideas Conference
Event on 2014-08-06 00:00:00
Cynopsis Digital is bringing together the smartest and most nimble minds from the San Francisco Bay Area’s digital media community for a one-day summit on Wednesday, August 6, 2014. The summit offers the right mix of experts, learning and networking to discuss the future of digital video, from content development and marketing to advertising and measurement.

The explosion of digital video, the rise of social TV tools, the introduction of new technologies and the introduction of alternative platforms make for a perfect storm. Hear from experts, startups, thought leaders, tech providers and content creators about how they reach audiences and monetize content in this new world order.

at StumbleUpon HQ
301 Brannan St
San Francisco, United States

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Cape Regional Medical Center Chooses Summit Provider Exchange to Connect With NJSHINE and Physician Offices

Braintree, Massachusetts (PRWEB) July 28, 2014

Cape Regional Medical Center, is currently implementing the Summit Provider Exchange technology solution in an effort to streamline its bi-directional physician office integration efforts and support collaboration with their New Jersey health information exchange (NJSHINE).

The 242 bed acute-care medical center located in New Jersey, serves the local population and more than 800,000 seasonal visitors with a variety of inpatient and outpatient services. With a strong commitment to providing the highest quality healthcare to the residents and visitors of Cape May County, Cape Regional Medical Center (CRMC) looked to provide their physicians with a system that would streamline their clinical integration efforts, allowing them quick access to critical data and the ability to leverage their existing systems.

Cape Regional currently leverages Siemens Soarian and Meditech in their acute care setting, while their physician based offices run Allscripts EMR. With three different disparate systems in play there was a growing need to tightly integrate the clinical exchange of data while providing an intuitive integration platform to support the ordering needs of their physician population. Bi-directional order integration presents many challenges which prompted CRMC to evaluate technology offerings to streamline these efforts.

Summit Provider Exchange will enable CRMC to quickly process and accept orders inbound from their physician offices and in turn route critical results back. Bi-directional orders and results will include LAB, MIC, BBK, PTH and RAD. The Summit PE platform provides patient matching capabilities and in the event of a discrepancy, will flag the order and place into a hold queue. From there, end users are able to match orders to patients using an intuitive click-to-match function. This process helps to avoid the pitfalls of duplicate patients, and eliminate unnecessary communications back to physician offices.

By implementing Summit Provider Exchange, CRMC will not only be able to facilitate bi-directional integration with physician offices and clinics, but will also be able to successfully communicate with their NJSHINE HIE. NJSHINE connects five acute care hospitals with over 400 health providers and 22 practices across seven counties of southern New Jersey. This HIE collaboration enables providers and patients to acquire pertinent patient information such as medical history, allergies and test results, thus enabling more informed patient care.

“Summit Healthcare is thrilled to support Cape Regional Medical Center as they embark on the next phase of their integration strategy,” said Ted Rossi, CEO, Summit Healthcare. “We look forward to working closely with them as they implement the Summit Provider Exchange solution.”

“The need for a tighter, more controlled integration platform quickly became evident as our integration needs expanded,” said Richard Wheatly, Chief Information Officer, Cape Regional Medical Center. “The Summit Provider Exchange solution will allow us to fulfill our commitment to integrating with our physician practices and our regional HIE by providing tighter integration and ultimately providing our patients with an even higher level of care. We look forward to this new chapter of clinical data exchange and commitment to collaboration.


About Summit Healthcare Services

Summit Healthcare is the choice of hospitals who want to take full control of their healthcare system integration and automation needs. Since 1999, we have worked to provide the industry with the most flexible integration and automation technology with complementary tailored services and solutions.

Summit Healthcare has over 1,000 clients in the hospital marketplace, including close partnerships with complementary technology and value-added resellers. Summit Healthcare Services is privately held and based in Braintree, Massachusetts. For the latest news and updates visit us at

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Web Design Firms Provide SEO With Results Businesses Can’t Afford to Pass Up, Companies Awarded By 10 Best Design

San Francisco, California (PRWEB) July 28, 2014

Search engine optimization, which is frequently referred to as SEO, is used to help websites rank higher in Googles search results. The following list is 10 Best Designs list of the Best SEO Web Design Firms in the United States.

Big Drop Inc

SEO has become increasingly popular in recent years, especially since Google revised their search engine algorithm to promote websites that contain high-quality content. Big Drop Inc, a New York City-based SEO firm, has worked with countless clients to create websites with high-quality information. More specifically, Big Drop has collaborated with companies like Lunar Toy Store, Preferred Merchant Services, DDS Connections, Medicare Long Island, and Apex Limousines on various SEO projects.

In terms of services, Big Drop provides expertise in animated videos, branding, online marketing, and web design. The company believes that using SEO-related marketing helps draw customers to a website.

Blue Fountain Media

Another one of 10 Best Designs top SEO website design agencies is Blue Fountain Media. Like Big Drop, Blue Fountain is headquartered in the heart of New York City. Search engine optimization plays a big role in Blue Fountain Medias commitment to helping their clients find innovative strategies to improve their online marketing portfolios.

Before beginning any SEO project, Blue Fountains marketing experts conduct an analytics audit on their clients website. This audit analyzes current website traffic numbers, and uncovers SEO keywords that are frequently used in that clients industry. From there, Blue Fountain Medias team redesigns the customers webpage to emphasize those keywords.

The SEO agency accomplishes this by building a website that focuses on an internal linking system. These links will be noticed by Googles algorithm, and the website will begin landing higher in search results.

CLiKZY Creative

One of the top search engine optimized web design companies in Washington, D.C. is CLiKZY Creative. CLiKZYs online marketing team believes that there are several steps in building a websites SEO. First, CLiKZY recommends that clients understand their market. This is because important key words differ greatly from industry to industry.

Another important aspect of CLiKZYs approach to search engine optimization is creating content that is user-friendly. Instead of packing a blog post full of useless keywords, CliKZYs copywriters will generate content that is beneficial and valuable to readers and web users. The Washington, D.C.-based SEO agency also believes that patience and persistence are extremely important when a company begins to use search engine optimization as an online marketing tool.

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