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Marketing Your Site
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Hot Tip
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Just for Grins

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June 2011

Volume 110


Marketing Your Site

What's New ?

Low Risk Marketing

Many new small businesses today believe they need to spend thousands of dollars on marketing each year to generate sales. This simply isn't true. We will take a look at a real world example and explain how a new business can be marketed without spending a fortune.

A new flower shop opens and can choose to blanket their market area with television commercials, full page newspaper ads and other small business budget busting advertising that has no guaranteed return. Inexpensive advertising has no guarantee either but it won't break your budget.

The new flower shop could run several small classified ads that point to a website and let the website fill in what is lacking from the classified ad. Mailers could be sent to funeral homes, churches, bridal boutiques etc to remind people to consider your business when they are in need of flowers. Offer discounts to attract new business and provide superior customer service to get them to return.

Lists of business owners and leaders are not difficult to get a hold of. Contact companies with discounts aimed toward secretary’s week and other company rewards. The Flower shop could offer a reminder service for important dates such as birthday’s, anniversaries and other special events.

None of these ideas will break the bank and all have the possibility to generate business on a consistent basis. You can avoid the risk of costly marketing and get your business off the ground with out being buried in debt.
A Fond Farewell to "The Spark"

Several years ago David Filo and Jerry Yang, founders of Yahoo! assembled a team of editors (for lack of a better description) to search the internet for new and interesting topics. Over 50 "Editors have made over a 1000 posts that range from heart felt to funny and some might even be considered outrageous.

In December 2010 the group bid a fond farewell.  You can read the article titled "A Fond Farewell" by scrolling about halfway down the page.

Oddly enough, there seems to be current posts to the page that are dated 6 months after the farewell. Some things never die.

You can view "The Spark" archives here.

The7one2 is here! KDSN RADIO has started a website named "the7one2" after the area code for the area.

The7one2 is an informational directory built for visitors to use and customize as their own home page. The directory accepts submissions of news feeds, video tutorials, area links, weddings, area celebrities and more so a visitor can personalize the site.

Visit to find out more.

    Just for Grins    

Things You Might Hear a Woman Say After a Bad Date.

1. Not all men are annoying. Some are dead.
2. Too many freaks, not enough circuses.
3. Well, this day was a total waste of makeup.
4. Therapy is expensive, poppin' bubble wrap is cheap! You choose.
5. If I want to hear the pitter-patter of little feet, I'll put shoes on my cat.
6. I think the aliens forget to remove your probe?
7. And which dwarf are you?
8. I'm not your type. I'm not inflatable.
9. I'm trying to imagine you with a personality.
10. Did I mention the kick in the groin you'll be receiving if you touch me?


Hot Links

Hot Tip

Denison Links 
Area Website Directory, Recipe Database, Family Resource Links, and E-Minder

 Monarch Country  
Highlights, Scores, Schedules and More..

PPP Design Website Design Marketing Checklist
A categorized website design marketing review.

Help Files and Tutorials
Tutorials provided by PPP Design and BT Computers LLC.

Definitely Denison
Find out More about Denison (Where to shop, eat and stay)

A Fond Farewell to "The Spark"
Yahoo! posts of new and interesting things on the internet

Home page directory created by KDSN RADIO

Ashampoo WinOptimizer 2010
Download the award winning PC Tune-up software


 Ashampoo WinOptimizer 2010

Ashampoo WinOptimizer is an award winning tool used to tune and clean up your PC. Offering One click cleanup of junk files, system tweaks, file erasing and more Ashampoo WinOptimizer is rated as the best Free PC Tune-up Utility by Tech Support Alert.

The program requires registration but it you can request a free serial number from the program creators.

You can download the program from cnet downloads.

The program creator is available here. (The version info here seems out of date)

(As with any tune up or file utility exercise caution when using this or similar programs. They can alter your registry and permanently delete files.)



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