Monday, February 28, 2011
Saturday, February 26, 2011
Friday, February 25, 2011
Use the web to send e-mail, dah you say...well sending an e-mail instead of a letter saves on postage, letterhead, time and yes gas to go to the post office.
Use the web to send a proposal to a client by writing it then pdfing it then e-mailing to the client. Once again, you save time, postage, paper, gas, wear and tear on your vehicle and more.
How about putting a full brochure of your products on your web site so your potential customers can see what you have. You can use the phone, call the prospect, guide them to your web site and demo right on line!
Now is the time to use the web, use it to increase your bottom line profits by savings of multiple items. I can help you if you need it just give me a call!
Until next time........
Thursday, February 24, 2011
Here is a clip from the Wall Street Journal:
Google Inc. is penalizing Overstock.com Inc. in its search results after the retailer ran afoul of Google policies that prohibit companies from artificially boosting their ranking in the Internet giant's search engine.
Overstock's pages had recently ranked near the top of results for dozens of common searches, including "vacuum cleaners" and "laptop computers." But links to Overstock on Tuesday dropped to the fifth or sixth pages of Google results for many of those categories, greatly reducing the chances that a user would click on its links.
This big company should not have tried to fool Google but it tried and got spanked. Do not use link farms, do not try to spam the search engines. use legitimate approaches such as blogs, Face Book, Twitter and Linked in Posts and yes also use this great new site called Meengle.net. I really like it and it is a nice change of pace from Facebook.
Bottom line, seek the advice of a professional and let them guide you. Oh by the way, I just happen to know a good one so just ask me...me oh yea me again oh well ok I can help you.
Have a great day...until next time
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
A blog can be fun, it can be a challenge but in the end it can be rewarding not only to others but to you too. So blog away and if you need help with setting up your own blog on your web site, just give me a call and I will help you.
More next time, until then have a great day!!!Joe Rossini
With more than 175 million registered users worldwide, Twitter was the pioneer of the micro-blogging space.
Tuesday, February 22, 2011
As you can see, it takes more than just submitting to Google to get noticed. I believe in a total attack plan to bring leads. It takes planning and strategy and time. If you give it that time, you can see results and of course sales and profits.
Until next time....
External inbound links to your web site are good if they are real and relate to what your web site is trying to say or sell. Some what we call in the business as landing pages can work if they are each different and have text that is unique and relates to your web site. Cross linking to your vendors is also a good inbound linking strategy.
Monday, February 21, 2011
If you want to look like an expert and act like one start a blog and post to it regularly. Blogs are looked at by the search engines.
Friday, February 18, 2011
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
The Miami County Emergency Management is a division of the Miami County Sheriff's office and reports to the County Administrator who then reports to the County Commissioners. The Emergency Management division works with Federal and State agencies, other County agencies, Local Cities and civic organizations to establish a unified response to any emergencies that occur in our County.
Please feel free to visit http://www.micoemergency.org
A bit about Greg:
I am a 24-year resident of Johnson County and have been associated in some way with JCCC for most of those years. I have served on the Foundation Board of Directors, helped with scholarship fund raising, worked to coordinate planning and development between the college and the City of Overland Park, and for the last two years have served on the Executive Committee of the JCCC Foundation. I have also benefited personally from JCCC as my eldest daughter earned College Now credit at JCCC, my niece and nephew ran track and cross country at the college, and I have attended many fantastic events at Yardley Hall.
The importance of JCCC to this community has always been obvious to me. It allows our high school students to accelerate their college credits at a very reasonable cost, it prepares our graduates to move on to a four-year college, it trains and re-trains workers for our leading businesses, and it brings arts, culture and high quality sporting competitions to our doorsteps.
I am running for the Board of Trustees because I believe the future growth of Johnson County and the metropolitan area will depend on our commitment to high quality and highly valued post-secondary education. The jobs of tomorrow will be dependent upon a higher level of training, more technology, and more continuing education than in the past. JCCC has to play an important role in keeping our economic engine growing and going.
Please look through this site for more information about me, my family, the people who know me and my goals for Johnson County Community College. Then I hope you will consider supporting me - first with your vote, but also by sharing this information with your family, friends, neighbors and co-workers. Make sure they know that an important election will occur on April 5, 2011.
Wednesday, February 2, 2011
What qualifications are needed? (Depending on experience and qualifications will determine salary level)
- BS/BA degree in Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or Electrical Engineering.
- 2 to 5 years experience in distribution environment or designing material handling systems
- Detailed oriented with superb time management
- Communication skills – both verbal and written
- Computer literacy – Auto-Cad, Visio, Simulation software, Excel, Word, database software
- Able to perform data analysis, use of time standards,
- Experience in designing & applying conveyor and sortation in a distribution environment.
Please contact: Jim Kuecker at 816-331-7070