by MileHighMarketing | 2010-Mar-8 | Blogging, Business/Companies, Marketing, News, Web |
Thanks to a very bad move by Colorado legislators, those of us who earn a living off the internet are now struggling even more since this new legislation will be crippling to online sales for Colorado, and crippling to my business and my family and many like me.
by MileHighMarketing | 2009-Jun-10 | Blog, Computers, Featured, Mac, Marketing, Reviews, Slider, Software |
I had never used iMovie before this, so there was a short learning curve of using iMovie over a period of about 3 days. But it wasn’t a bad experience. There was some frustration getting the transitions to work (some of which I ultimately could not get to work), and I never did get the hang of using the fine tuning editor, but overall iMovie was easy enough to learn for creating a basic movie in a short time frame.
by MileHighMarketing | 2009-Apr-20 | Business/Companies, facebook, Featured, How-To-Guides, iPhone / iPod, Marketing, Social Media, Twitter, Web | This article is a quick 'How To Guide' for setting up a Facebook Fan Page (a.k.a. Facebook Group or Page) and a Twitter account for low cost marketing on a budget. In this recession based economy it's very important to capitalize on some of the free marketing tools available for business and social groups. Not [...]
by MileHighMarketing | 2009-Mar-19 | Business/Companies, facebook, Featured, LinkedIn, Marketing, Social Media, Software, Web | Social and professional networking tools are now some of the best ways to get the word out about your product or service as a business; not to mention that it is free! LinkedIn and Facebook, among other professional networking sites and internet tools available, offer a prime low cost solution for putting your business’s message [...]
by MileHighMarketing | 2008-Sep-9 | Blog, Blogging, Business/Companies, Featured, How-To-Guides, Knowledgebase, Marketing, Slider | Ever wonder whether to use 'i.e.' or to use 'e.g.' in a technical document or even an email or blogging? I have. So I thought I'd post this to help anyone else who may have wanted to know the distinction between i.e. and e.g. Here is the proper use of i.e. ('that is') versus e.g. [...]