Sunday, 6 April 2014

How to do FaceBook page for your Business


Coaching from 3 pm to 5 pm “Internet Coaching Bring your Questions”

Chris Wechner and Mark Maupin

  • How to get started advertising on the internet?
  • Where do I list my business to get found on the internet?
  • What are some quick ways to make money on the internet?
  • How do I create videos fast?
  • What directory sites should I list my business on?
  • Where should I hire someone to list my business in directory sites?
  • What is affiliate marketing?
  • What do I need to know when I hire someone to build my website? 

5 pm to 6 pm  “How to build FaceBook Page for your Business” Mark Maupin

 

6 pm to 8:30 pm Main Speaker “Internet Business Basics:

1.       Know your demographic

Preparing to Make Money Online

 

1.       Understanding the Internet Marketing Process

2.       Pick your niche(Area of Interest)Health, Beauty, Exercise

3.       Pick your product in your niche (Your Own Product, Affiliates Product)

4.       Determine the type of web presence you need (Website, Sqeezepage, SocialPage, all)

5.       Picking a sales and marketing funnel tool ( WordPress, Infusion Soft)

6.       Choose an Marketing  Vehicle(Online, Offline, Paid Adds, Ride the Blogg, SENUKE tool other)

7.       E-mail Marketing Overview (Picking an email service provider) Complying with SPAM Laws

8.       Picking merchant service provider(paypal, )

Event Date:

Thursday, 10th April 2014

Event Start Time:

3:00 PM

Event End Time:

8:30 PM

Location:

Wayne County Community College District Eastern Campus, Corporate College at Eastern Campus Cooper Conference Center 5901 Connor Street, Detroit, 48213

 





How to do FaceBook page for your Business

 

Coaching from 3 pm to 5 pm “Internet Coaching Bring your Questions”


Chris Wechner and Mark Maupin

  • How to get started advertising on the internet?
  • Where do I list my business to get found on the internet?
  • What are some quick ways to make money on the internet?
  • How do I create videos fast?
  • What directory sites should I list my business on?
  • Where should I hire someone to list my business in directory sites?
  • What is affiliate marketing?
  • What do I need to know when I hire someone to build my website? 

5 pm to 6 pm  “How to build FaceBook Page for your Business” Mark Maupin

 

6 pm to 8:30 pm Main Speaker “Internet Business Basics:

1.       Know your demographic

Preparing to Make Money Online

 

1.       Understanding the Internet Marketing Process

2.       Pick your niche(Area of Interest)Health, Beauty, Exercise

3.       Pick your product in your niche (Your Own Product, Affiliates Product)

4.       Determine the type of web presence you need (Website, Sqeezepage, SocialPage, all)

5.       Picking a sales and marketing funnel tool ( WordPress, Infusion Soft)

6.       Choose an Marketing  Vehicle(Online, Offline, Paid Adds, Ride the Blogg, SENUKE tool other)

7.       E-mail Marketing Overview (Picking an email service provider) Complying with SPAM Laws

8.       Picking merchant service provider(paypal, )

Event Date:

Thursday, 10th April 2014

Event Start Time:

3:00 PM

Event End Time:

8:30 PM

Location:

Wayne County Community College District Eastern Campus, Corporate College at Eastern Campus Cooper Conference Center 5901 Connor Street, Detroit, 48213

 




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How to do FaceBook page for your Business

 

Coaching from 3 pm to 5 pm “Internet Coaching Bring your Questions”


Chris Wechner and Mark Maupin

  • How to get started advertising on the internet?
  • Where do I list my business to get found on the internet?
  • What are some quick ways to make money on the internet?
  • How do I create videos fast?
  • What directory sites should I list my business on?
  • Where should I hire someone to list my business in directory sites?
  • What is affiliate marketing?
  • What do I need to know when I hire someone to build my website? 

5 pm to 6 pm  “How to build FaceBook Page for your Business” Mark Maupin

 

6 pm to 8:30 pm Main Speaker “Internet Business Basics:

1.       Know your demographic

Preparing to Make Money Online

 

1.       Understanding the Internet Marketing Process

2.       Pick your niche(Area of Interest)Health, Beauty, Exercise

3.       Pick your product in your niche (Your Own Product, Affiliates Product)

4.       Determine the type of web presence you need (Website, Sqeezepage, SocialPage, all)

5.       Picking a sales and marketing funnel tool ( WordPress, Infusion Soft)

6.       Choose an Marketing  Vehicle(Online, Offline, Paid Adds, Ride the Blogg, SENUKE tool other)

7.       E-mail Marketing Overview (Picking an email service provider) Complying with SPAM Laws

8.       Picking merchant service provider(paypal, )

Event Date:

Thursday, 10th April 2014

Event Start Time:

3:00 PM

Event End Time:

8:30 PM

Location:

Wayne County Community College District Eastern Campus, Corporate College at Eastern Campus Cooper Conference Center 5901 Connor Street, Detroit, 48213

 

Saturday, 5 April 2014

Presto 04821 Orville Redenbacher Hot Air Corn Popper Is A Internet Search Favorite

Almost 10,000 people search each month for this specific product on Google.


A new web site has been created for this popular product from National Presto Industries.

One of the reasons this corn popper is so popular is it creates a healthy snack.  By using hot air instead of hot oil to heat the corn kernel, there are no calories added by the cooking process.

Another reason this corn popper is so popular is the few number of un-popped kernels left at the end of the cooking process, making this an efficient and economical corn popper.  It can pop two large bowls of pop corn in less than two and a half minutes.

Also, many people have owned one for years, even decades, and have used it several times a week or even daily, and when the corn popper has finally given up, people say, "I got my money’s worth out of that one; I am getting the same one to replace it. "

Presto first introduced the hot air corn popper in 1978.  The PopCornNow® continuous corn popper was among the first poppers to use hot air instead of hot oil to "explode" kernels into crisp, plump puffs of popcorn.

The new web site has information about this corn popper, as well as, the history of the creation of the corn popper going back to the late 1800s.

Wayne McDonald is a former Chrysler employee, current real estate investor, and a member of the local Internet Marketing Club.  He is using what he is learning at the local Internet Marketing Club to build sites for himself and others.  He is continuing to construct and market an online vitamin store, a real estate site for himself and fellow investors, and new Internet marketing affiliate sites.

To learn more about the Presto 04821 Orville Redenbacher Hot Air Corn Popper, visit the specialty site: http://www.presto04821orvilleredenbacherhotaircornpopper.com .

Contact:
Wayne McDonald
Imagine Something Worthy, LLC
42211 Garfield Road, PMB 123
Clinton Township, Michigan 48038

Submitted by: Imagine Something Worthy, LLC.
http://www.imaginesomethingworthy.com/

 

Thursday, 3 April 2014

KitchenAid Commercial Mixer Maintains NSF and UL Certification

For the stringent requirements of the commercial market, KitchenAid created the Commercial Series 5 Mixer, and maintains it certifications via regular audits.

 

One of the stringent requirements for this mixer is that it complies with NSF International (National Sanitation Foundation) Certification.  This certification is internationally recognized in over 80 countries.  NSF has established relationships with the following organizations: U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), National, State and Local environmental health associations, Conference for Food Protection (CFP), the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA), and World Health Organization (WHO).  The NSF also interacts with the following foodservice industry associations: North American Association of Food Equipment Manufacturers (NAFEM), the Food Equipment Manufacturers Association (FEMA), the National Restaurant Association (NRA), the Commercial Refrigerator Manufacturers Division (CRMD) of ARI, the European Foodservice Equipment Distributors Association (EFEDA), the European Hygienic Equipment Design Group (EHEDG), and the 3-A Sanitary Standards, Inc. (3-ASSI).  NSF Certification programs are accredited by: American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and Standards Council of Canada (SCC).  KitchenAid’s Commercial Mixer’s continuing compliance with NSF Certification is a sign of their commitment to sanitary food processing equipment.

The KitchenAid Commercial Mixer also has UL (Underwriters Laboratories) Certification.  The UL Certification is accredited by the U.S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), and the Standards Council of Canada (SCC).  The UL Certifications attest to the electrical features of the mixer.

To learn more about the KitchenAid Commercial Mixer, visit the specialty site: 
http://www.kitchenaidcommercialmixer.com/ 

About:
Wayne McDonald is ongoingly creating Imagine Something Worthy LLC.  He is a former Chrysler employee, current real estate investor, and a member of the local Internet Marketing Club.  He is using what he is learning at the local Internet Marketing Club to build sites for himself and others.  He is continuing to construct and market an online vitamin store, a real estate site for himself and fellow investors, and new Internet marketing affiliate sites.

Contact:
Wayne McDonald
Imagine Something Worthy, LLC
42211 Garfield Road, PMB 123
Clinton Township, Michigan 48038

Submitted by Imagine Something Worthy, LLC.
http://www.imaginesomethingworthy.com/

 

KitchenAidR Commercial Mixer Is A Popular Item in Restaurant and Bakery Kitchens.

Almost 700 people a month search online for KitchenAid® Commercial Mixer to find the KitchenAid® Commercial 5 Series Mixer.


KitchenAid® has brought out this mixer specifically for the commercial market.  Unlike other mixers from KitchenAid®, this mixer is only available in one color (gloss white), and that color shows when it needs to be cleaned, but more importantly, when the cleaning is complete.

This stand mixer has a high performance, professional level motor designed to run for many hours a day for many years.  To protect the longevity of the motor, it will shut down when an overload is detected.  This long life span for this piece of equipment is a key decision point for many commercial kitchen owners.

KitchenAid® assembles this mixer with pride in Greenville, Ohio, and has been assembling various mixers there since 1919.

With all the people searching the internet for this product, perhaps it is a sign that some are looking to start a new business or expand an existing one.

Wayne McDonald is a former Chrysler employee, current real estate investor, and a member of the local Internet Marketing Club.  He is using what he is learning at the local Internet Marketing Club to build sites for himself and others.  He is continuing to construct and market an online vitamin store, a real estate site for himself and fellow investors, and new Internet marketing affiliate sites.

To learn more about the KitchenAid® Commercial Mixer, visit the specialty site: 
http://www.kitchenaidcommercialmixer.com/ 

Contact:
Wayne McDonald
Imagine Something Worthy, LLC
42211 Garfield Road, PMB 123
Clinton Township, Michigan 48038

This press release submitted by Imagine Something Worthy, LLC.
http://www.imaginesomethingworthy.com/

 

John Wayne Collectables, Especially His Movies, Are In Demand

New web site for John Wayne movie fans has everything from single movies to boxed sets, from DVDs to Blu-Ray.


This new web site has an extensive list of John Wayne movies, spanning most of his lengthy career.  There are single moves, special editions, boxed sets, collector’s editions and more.  Most are available in DVD format, and some are now available in Blu-Ray.

The site also includes an extensive filmography, broken into three sections, 1926 to 1940, 1941 to 1960, and 1961 to 1976, which each section having its own web page.  The filmography includes the year the film was theatrically released, which film (his first, second, third …), the film’s title(s) and the studio that produced the film, his role in the film, the leading lady, the director, and any notes / comments that are relevant.

A reading of the notes in the first filmography (1926 to 1940) shows John’s development from an unbilled extra to a leading man in Hollywood.  It also shows his movement from studio to studio as his career developed.  The second and third filmography contain pieces of information worthy of a Trivial Pursuit game. 

Wayne McDonald is a former Chrysler employee, current real estate investor, and a member of the local Internet Marketing Club.  He is using what he is learning at the local Internet Marketing Club to build sites for himself and others.  He is continuing to construct and market an online vitamin store, a real estate site for himself and fellow investors, and new Internet marketing affiliate sites.

To see a list of all the movies available at John Wayne Collectables, visit the specialty site: http://www.johnwaynecollectables.org/.

Contact:
Wayne McDonald
Imagine Something Worthy, LLC
42211 Garfield Road, PMB 123
Clinton Township, Michigan 48038

This press release submitted by: Imagine Something Worthy, LLC.
http://www.imaginesomethingworthy.com/