A Heart Full of Spaghetti
By Dr. Anndrea Kapke
Olive Branch Parke Veterinary Clinic
In veterinary school, I had a pathology professor who told us never to describe disease processes using food terms. But I can’t help it; heartworm disease doesn’t look like anything other than a heart full of spaghetti. I hope you weren’t planning to have pasta tonight.… Continue
Added by Dr. Anndrea Hatcher on July 31, 2010 at 7:00pm —
One of the blogs I read regularly is ProBlogger.
Author Darren Rowse always has such great tips on how to make your blog more interesting, engage your readers and improve search performance. In a recent post
he presented the idea of incorporating seven links into your post. He suggested a series of topics, and I thought it was such a good idea, I am… Continue
Added by Lorraine Ball on July 31, 2010 at 7:30am —
The Brandery now accepting applications
CINCINNATI (July 19, 2010) - Cincinnati digital marketing executive David Knox and serial… Continue
Added by Pat Coyle on July 30, 2010 at 1:30pm —
Are you living in one of the many neighborhoods that have been hit hard by the economy? Do "For Sale" signs dominate the landscaping as you drive home each day? It is awful that anyone has to lose their home. The fact is that many people have lost jobs which in turn has left them unable to pay their mortgages and other bills. I have seen alot of communities that have been hit hard by the economy. I see so many foreclosures every day still when I am looking for properties for clients looking… Continue
Added by Chris Pagano on July 29, 2010 at 3:55pm —
This spring I had a chance to be a part of a panel discussion at the All Things Marketing Seminar. We talked about branding on line, creating a stronger social media presence, and making people feel welcome when they come to your website.
Here are a few of the take aways from the conversation:
Making People Feel Welcome:
In real life,… Continue
Added by Lorraine Ball on July 29, 2010 at 7:30am —
The practice of Tai Chi in people who have been diagnosed with arthritis of the knee is being studied pretty heavy right now and the results are positive. Osteoarthritis in the knee is a common problem in adults starting in the 40's and 50's. The symptoms are pain in the knees, inability to function (perform daily tasks), and overall inactivity. The secondary effects of loss of function can lead or increase risk of weight gain, high blood pressure, depression, diabetes, etc. Continue
Added by Nicholas Ring on July 28, 2010 at 10:47am —
I love my allergies, and I am a very bad liar. I like most have allergies to pollen and every grass that you can name. I get to enjoy itchy red eyes, sneezing, and stopped sinuses. I do break down when I have a stuffed nose and can't sleep at night and take some over the counter anti-histamines. They do work, but I can't function during the day with all the side effects of the allergy medication. So what are some natural ways of getting rid of allergies. Continue
Netti-pots- These are funky…
Added by Nicholas Ring on July 28, 2010 at 10:30am —
We are the sons and daughters of the working class.
We are the grandchildren of men and women whose hands helped build this city and this nation.…
Added by Andrea Fagan on July 27, 2010 at 1:30pm —
I am going with a group of fellow Rainmakers to skydive on Wednesday. Yes, skydive! Why on earth (okay, a few thousand feet above earth) would I do this? I simply took a good look at myself and my business. So many times I… Continue
Added by Serina Kelly on July 27, 2010 at 8:24am —
Compost is the best possible thing for your soil and it’s made from things you would ordinarily throw away. It’s not often that the best solution is free! Compost is made from anything that was once living – grass clippings, dead plants, dried leaves, garden waste, and kitchen scraps (may want to stay away from animal products, though, because of bacteria and attracting unwanted animal attention). There is a wealth of nutrients in finished compost, and if applied regularly, it can… Continue
Added by Gary Warren on July 27, 2010 at 5:32am —
Can you believe there are over a trillion pages on the web today? It's no wonder that we're totally dependent on search engines to find what we need. With that many pages, it would be impossible to surf the web without using a search engine.
Basically, a search engine is a program or tool that helps internet users search for and find the information on the internet. When using search engines like Google or Yahoo you can focus on a specific word, or more often, a word phrase, that you are… Continue
Added by Karen Scharf on July 26, 2010 at 11:04pm —
The press release has been around for most of modern history in one form or another. When you have some small business news you want to share, using a press release is often the best route to take. However, there are some things you need to know about promoting your business with a press release.
Keep these four tips in mind before setting up your press release.
Target Newspapers First
Radio stations and TV channels often dump hundreds of press releases every… Continue
Added by Karen Scharf on July 26, 2010 at 11:03pm —
It is imperative that, as a small business owner, you create a marketing plan. It's also imperative that you realize your marketing plan is going to be a work in progress. Your plan (and you!) must be flexible enough to change and adapt to the current market conditions, changes in the economy, advances in technology and so on.
Here are 6 great tips to keep in mind when you begin creating your own small business marketing plan:
1. Establish Goals
Your small… Continue
Added by Karen Scharf on July 26, 2010 at 11:02pm —
A blog is a contraction word of "web log". It is a website that contains personal postings, usually the author's thoughts and feelings about things and events. It may also contain educational articles, videos, images, comments, opinions, descriptions of things or announcements of events.
Blogging, the verb, is the act of making the contents of the web log on a regular basis.
Since the availability of portable computers and the ease of internet connections, more and more… Continue
Added by Karen Scharf on July 26, 2010 at 11:01pm —
Marketing is the life-blood of your business; it is what sustains all businesses today, small and corporate alike. Marketing is the combination of strategies you apply in your small business to get new customers, to maintain customer loyalty and to increase your business profitability. If you want to grow your business, here are five small business marketing strategies you should put into practice right away:
1. Personalize whenever possible. Your customers will feel more valued when… Continue
Added by Karen Scharf on July 26, 2010 at 11:00pm —
I recently received the following email from a Facebook fan... Continue
"Hi Starla! I have an etiquette question for you. My grandma got a wedding shower invitation today and the wedding shower date is after the wedding date. The bride is from Louisiana and the groom is from Canada. They're getting married on the…
Added by Starla West on July 26, 2010 at 4:02pm —
There have been a lot of good articles lately in the dealing with the Underground Railroad. Recently, Timbuctoo was recovered in New Jersey by Temple U.
and is currently under extensive survey. It’s a great find because of what Timbuctoo was, and what it came to be. As more is released about Timbuctoo the more we’ll learn about early free black communities.
The Underground Railroad is no less… Continue
Added by Serra Head on July 26, 2010 at 11:47am —
This will be my final blog for Leonard McDowell. I’d like to take time to thank those who have been reading this blog. It’s truly been a pleasure to write and know that my thoughts are being
shared with others.
The past seven months and the accompanying blogs have allowed me to truly focus on the changes that have occurred within me. It has allowed me to look back on and remember how far I have come. I… Continue
Added by Caitlin Davis on July 25, 2010 at 10:30am —
FYI my brother-in-law has some billboards available for lease on the west side of town near Avon.
Some new billboards along I-70 for $3500 a month.
US 36 (Rockville Road) & Raceway Rd. It's being converted to tri-vision and is $1600 a month.
Also others available 12'x24' boards for $600 a month.
Also one available 12'x48' for $1000 a month.
We're trying to get advertisers asap. Pass it on. contact me direct for this pricing, and for more… Continue
Added by Keith Olvey on July 21, 2010 at 11:16pm —
I had a chance to hear the mellow singing style of Roger Schmelzer at The Cabaret at The Columbia Club Saturday evening. Schmelzer, an Indiana native, recanted his love life’s ups and downs in Heartsongs: A Playfully Romantic Cabaret. Intermingled with the tale were excerpts from his CD, about now, and standard favorites such as Bewitched and What are You Doing… Continue
Added by Elizabeth J Musgrave on July 21, 2010 at 10:44pm —