Monday, December 24, 2012

"Man Up" Ahthem and Movie @ReachLife @116Clique @ReachRecords


116 - Man Up Anthem ft. Lecrae, KB, Trip Lee, Tedashii, PRo, Andy Mineo, and Sho



The story revolves around a kid named Brian (played by Anthony "One" Moonie), who spends the summer with his older brother before heading off to college. While Brian seems to be a good kid, he's easily influenced & ends up in situations where he's forced to deal with the six subjects 116 address on the EP.( "Authority", "Responsibility", "Envy", "Courage", "Temptation" & "Repentance") *This video doesn't belong to me it belongs to Reach Life Ministries*

Friday, September 28, 2012

Hootsuite: The Ultimate In Professional Social Media Management

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HootSuite's Social Media Coach, Vicky Truong, touches on how using multiple social profiles can improve the way you communicate with your different social audiences. Using HootSuite you're able to have one global voice across multiple profiles and networks as well as use dedicated twitter handles to communicate content targeted to specific audiences.


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Friday, September 21, 2012

Author Michael Lewis discusses The Big Short and the future of finance



Author Michael Lewis discusses his book The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine, the future of finance as he sees it, and his thoughts on whether today's business students have a chance at changing it. Part of the Dean's Speaker Series, co-sponsored by the Center for Responsible Business as part of its Peterson Series on Sustainable Finance. (September 13, 2010) The University of California Berkeley Haas School of Business is one of the world's leading producers of new ideas and knowledge in all areas of business - which includes the distinction of having two of its faculty members receive the Nobel Prize in Economics over the past 15 years. The school offers six degree-granting programs. Its mission is to develop innovative business leaders - individuals who redefine how we do business by putting new ideas into action, and who do so responsibly. The school's distinctive culture is defined by four key principles - question the status quo; confidence without attitude; students always; and, beyond yourself.

Thursday, September 20, 2012

S.E.C., Dodd-Frank and Whistle-Blower Office

 


Whistleblowers who report misconduct have also faced possible lawsuits from employers for violating confidentiality agreements. But new SEC whistleblower rules suggest that practice may have to change. Dow Jones reporter Suzanne Barlyn discusses with Gary Aguirre, a whistleblower lawyer

Wall Street reform law provides new Whistleblower incentives to report suspected securities fraud. That could lead to more work for compliance departments, as Dow Jones columnist Suzanne Barlyn discusses with Richard Marshall, a lawyer for Ropes & Gray LLC in New York

Sean McKessy, Chief of the SEC Office of the Whistleblower, explains how to submit a tip, complaint or referral to the SEC - and what happens during the process.

NEW YORK TIMES ARTICLE - Facing Complaints, S.E.C. Opens Whistle-Blower Office




Sunday, September 9, 2012

"I Can Do Bad All By Myself"

 

 A hard-living nightclub singer discovers the importance of family with the help of a handsome Mexican immigrant in this inspirational comedy drama from writer/director Tyler Perry. When pistol-packing granny Madea (Perry) awakens to the sound of her home being ransacked by wayward teen Jennifer (Hope Olaide Wilson) and her two younger brothers, she promptly marches the troubled kids over their aunt April's house. But despite being the only relative the kids can turn to, April (Taraji P. Henson) is hardly a role model; a self-destructive songbird with a serious drinking problem, she spends her nights at the club and relies on her married boyfriend, Raymond, to pay the bills. Suddenly, into April's life wanders Sandino (Adam Rodriguez), a hard-luck immigrant in search of some honest work. Before long, Sandino has moved into April's basement room, and formed a solid connection with the kids. The closer April and Sandino grow, the more April begins to recognize the importance of faith and family. When the time comes to say goodbye to her old ways and start a new life, the wounded chanteuse realizes that she may have finally found the true love that's always eluded her.

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Thursday, September 6, 2012

Need Career Tools? Fresh from the FB Developer's Sandbox: We've built a Facebook App For That!!!

Powerful Facebook Apps For your















I'd figure I would sum up all of the App's I've developed in the Facebook Developer's Sandbox which include Powerful Facebook Apps For your Job Search (or Whatever you are looking for) & More via Facebook!!!

Look for our Log (Hands holding the Whole World)

Click on Links below:

https://apps.facebook.com/yourwebservices/?fb_source=search&ref=ts

Click on eCommerce, links or Categories for the following:

Software: Search on Career

Books: Search on Career

Kindle: Search on Career

Extras:

Search an Awesome Technology Training Database with over 23,000 FREE Course directly on Facebook at:

https://apps.facebook.com/yourvirtualtraining/?fb_source=search&ref=ts

Search the IOS Apps Store on Facebook for "Careers" at:

https://apps.facebook.com/iaffiliatestore/?fb_source=search&ref=ts

Do your Job Search directly on Facebook and get feeds from all over at:

https://apps.facebook.com/jobsholmansworld/?fb_source=search&ref=ts

Looking to Start Your Own Business? Search Directly on Facebook at:

https://apps.facebook.com/affiliateideas/?fb_source=search&ref=ts


Enjoy!!!

Friday, August 31, 2012

Wall Street - 30 Years Later (Then - Physical Securities, Now Automation with needed Regulation)



There are many visions of Wall Street. Over the years and much has changed. Let me take you down memory lane just a little bit. For some this tour may be unclear, for some it may be a little clear and for others it may be crystal clear. Back in the 1980’s I  (pictured on the right back then) started my journey on Wall Street. (I'll end with what I consider  just some very important lessons learned)

I was a senior in high school at Andrew Jackson High School in Queens, N.Y., and had joined a Co-Operative education program (Co-Op). I’m not sure how many of these exist today. I had the opportunity to work one full week with pay and then go to school the following week. A high school student stepping on to Wall Street for the first time was an experience like no other.

The first adjustment to the adult world was being told that I could address the adults by first name as opposed to “Mr” or “Mrs” or “Ms.” As I did with my High School teachers. I was very fortunate to work for a well-established firm called, The Morgan Guaranty Trust Company. As it is today, it was then that the firms wanted to ensure that students experiencing the firm for the first time got very familiar with the industry and the firm. Training back then, involved visiting a room where you were equipped with a cassette tape player, cassettes, booklets and headphones. I remember hearing words like “manifold” referring to trading tickets. You don’t here that too often now if at all. The training tapes gave information about the various departments and the company itself.

I did not feel completely out of place as I also found number of other High School Co-Op students working in my same section at the company. I handled the “manifold” tickets relative to trades that had been entered. I worked in the section called “Ticket Check Off”. The Department was called Government Bond. Here I saw trade tickets relative to what I would soon learn were Fixed Income trades such as Treasuries as well as Money Market Instruments such as Certificates of Deposit and Bankers Acceptances.

As I reflect back now what was most interesting was that that I not only got to “see” the manifold tickets relative to these instruments I also got to see the instruments themselves. This was the 1980’s and many of the instruments of the day were in physical form. I got to see US Treasury Notes with the interest payment “coupons attached”. We would attached a one copy of a multi-ply manifold ticket to the Treasury by using what then a “T-Pin” which I have not seen in ages. I was informed one day I would be delivering some Treasuries to the Federal Reserve Bank down the street (we were located on Broad Street across from the NY Stock Exchange). We had an armed Security Guard Accompany us. I later realized that as many of the instruments of the day were in “bearer” form they could literally be cashed by whoever said it was theirs.

Working in Government Bond was an excellent learning experience. I got involved with the daily proof and reconciliation. We reconciled with a group of individuals that were enclosed behind a window called “The Cage”. We ran a calculation tapes on huge calculators that took up most of a desk and used two copy calculator tape (on copy being a carbon copy). We would balance the general ledger tickets that had passed throughout the day.

There were no personal computers as we know them today. For me as a High Schooler, my taste of the Internet was during my "school week" I was able to go into a High School Room and dial-up an on line services. I would need to dial the number on the telephone and then put down the handset on some acoustic couplers (shaped like the phone mouth and ear piece) that was attached to a printing (not display) terminal. The Session information would print out on the long printer as opposed to on a display system. News and other other information would print out. That was it for the "The Net" in those days! Read more on the Technology of those days on my latest Blog.

As with most High School Students of the day, the highlight was lunch time. Most interesting enough lunch was free. Not only that, on those occasions when we had to work late we also got free dinner via a “supper pass”. For me the work, the experience and the food, was the life!

Lessons Learned (in addition to my Blog on The Changing Face Of Client Service):


In an automated environment we have to ensure not to "miss steps" during the automation process. 

It is critical that the "business" is totally involved as "technology" implements enhancments.  Technology can only  "build it" "to specifications" outlined.  Those specification have to be clearly defined. I've uncovered some inefficiencies in processes during my work which I believe will ultimately benefit the more important group to us, our customers. 

As example, if  an automation process gathers data for a specific security type, the definitions for that type have to be spelled out by the business groups. Others as the saying goes, "Garbage In, Garbase Out." Just imagine building metrics around data from a report where the data elements have not be properly defined and you are as an example reporting on Apples, in a Category for Oranges. Your client is looking for just Apples but, Oranges and any other kind of fruit has been thrown in. It just throws off the reporting and more importantly because the clients "trust" what we report, they make critical business decisions on that data presented. 

Regulation such as Dodd Frank, which in part looks out of the interest of consumers is causing or should be causing many to take critical looks at what we process on a day to day and how we report on it.

When you service a Financial Community, I don't have to stress how important that is.  My background has been in Financial Services on the Business side (Trade Processing, Cash/Income US and Non-US, Corporate Actions both Global and Domestic). 

As I reflect back on my last 30 years, I am fortunate to have actually held Mortgage Backed Securities (Ginna Mae, Fannie Mae, along with Early Stage, "To Be Announced" (TBA's) which proceed the ultimately Pooled issues, in my hands along with processing settlement along with what was called Due Bills as needed. 


I also covered an excellent video in a past Blog on Mortgage Backed Securites (MBS). You can view the Video on a TBA Website I created at http://www.tbasecurity.com/  This Video really speaks about the MBS Security which comes about after the issue is "Announced" ) 

More Information:

Organizations helping Youth in Financial Services and Information Technology at the High School and College Level in New York (Local Chapters have links to their respective National Offices):


Urban Financial Services Coalition New York Chapter


BDPA Information Technology Thought Leaders New York Chapter


Here's a Video on Students brought from out of state for Interviews within the Financial Services Community.




More about Mike Holman



Mike Holman Video Resume

Certifed Securities Ops Professional Resume
http://mikeholman.com/

Non Profit Social Media Analyst Resume
http://mikeholman.info/

Sunday, August 26, 2012

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

LinkShare: Where I See The Money


Watch "An Inside Perspective on Rakuten LinkShare" on YouTube

Among the many opportunities out there, as my latest Social Media Status Updates have shown, The Money is in Links and Clicks. Let me say that this can be applied on a Personal Level just for your self, A For Profit Business or a Not For Profit Business (for Fund Raising). A service noted in the above Video at their own Awards Ceremony (also a company where I actually got my first Online Affiliate Commission Check) that I have found useful is LinkShare (see the link below to join (no pun). LinkShare Money Mania - Do Not Delete- LinkShare will provide you with a list of Advertisers (who also awarded in the above video) for which you can apply to promote their products and if approved, you can get the HTML Codes for the links to put in your Emails, Website, Blogs, Posts, etc. (All you do is copy and paste the code) You can view the Advertiser Categories and pick those that are familiar to you to start out and expand to other advertisers later on. People often may come to you to ask where do you Shop or which Broker do you recommend (the LinkShare categories are that extensive) and if that happens to be also one of the Advertisers with whom you have an Affiliate Relationship via LinkShare, you can send them an email or point them to your Website or Blog with the link. You can get paid sometimes by just sending them the link and they click on it or you might get paid if they signup for the Service. I like the fact that some Advertisers Pay you just for sending someone to their site without buying anything. You can tell others to just "check them out" and you get paid just for them clicking on the link and not buying anything at all. These are your referrals. You can even setup a one page website (if you want to do more than just use email, Blogs, posting, etc.) with as many or few links as you like using a Web Hosting Provider like ours below where you can Buy a Domain currently for $1.99 which comes with a Start Web Page (watch our video Tutorial called, "Spin Your Web" for more on this): With a Hosting Provider you can Register a Domain Name such as justwithyouinmind.com or whatever and either use the domain name to Host a Web Page or Forward the Domain name to another website. You can even Forward your Domain name to your Advertisers Text link. You may want to use Domain Forwarding because some Affiliate Links are very long and if you are not embedding them but rather using just the text link a shorter name is best. I have a Web Services Help Center site that has a long address but I Registered a the Domain Name socialmediakit.info so that anyone can go to that Domain Name and Search for Help on any of my own Web Hosting Products or Services at holman-business.com just by using the Help Guides found at socialmediakit.info So when asked, "Show Me The Mondy", I say that just one of many places is in providing Links to others from Advertisers. You just go to LinkShare from the link directly below LinkShare Money Mania - Do Not Delete- Signup which includes, TELLING THEM HOW YOU WANT TO GET PAID, then apply to the Advertisers you are interested in. Again you can start with Brands you know well or Toggle the Select All botton, as you don't know which will Approve Right away, as many do Manual Approvals. Finally again you may want to get a $1.99 Domain so you can post your Links if you want to on a Website, or just use your Email, Blogs, Posting, etc. as noted below: Lastely you can make more sense of Domain Names, Webhosting and more with your Free Help Center Search and Guides at socialmediakit.info Hope this helps!

Friday, August 10, 2012

Your words and thoughts have physical power - Will Smith

Your words and thoughts have physical power. In life many people wonder why things dont always go the way they want them to but do not realize that in every thought they think and words they speak starts the physical formation of what begins to appears in our lives. It is normal to have negative thoughts from time to time because we do not live in a perfect world, Or Do We? The key is when a thought like that shows up you just need to make the decision wether or not you want to entertain that though for a long time or if you want to change the path to a better one immediately. This is where skill comes in to play. With all things you must practice to make perfect, all though some are borne with more talent than other, anyone can hone the skills of being discipline and beat there fears into submission. it was once said "your biggest fear should be fear itself" I would have to say this is pretty right on. Why? Because fear is a negative emotion and because of fear you tend to pay more attention to it which starts the physical birth of some kind of reaction. This is why most people that fear that they are going to get hurt get hurt more than the rest. Or think they are going to be sick and then it happens. If you fear that you dont have enough money to pay the bills and speak and think these thoughts and words everyday then guess what, You are creating the physical reaction to show up in your life. This is why it is good to marinate yourself in unconditional love and positive good words and belief that good things are heading your way at all times. You deserve it, It is your birth right. Own it. except it. enjoy it. Live it. know it is in your escrow. more and more, every moment. and when the other thoughts of fear come, Do Not Entertain it. leave it behind and get right back on track with the truth! Live every monent of this life like there is no tomorrow, because it is not a rehearsal. So Start getting from it what is yours. GREATNESS!!!

Your words and thoughts have physical power - Will Smith

Your words and thoughts have physical power. In life many people wonder why things dont always go the way they want them to but do not realize that in every thought they think and words they speak starts the physical formation of what begins to appears in our lives. It is normal to have negative thoughts from time to time because we do not live in a perfect world, Or Do We? The key is when a thought like that shows up you just need to make the decision wether or not you want to entertain that though for a long time or if you want to change the path to a better one immediately. This is where skill comes in to play. With all things you must practice to make perfect, all though some are borne with more talent than other, anyone can hone the skills of being discipline and beat there fears into submission. it was once said "your biggest fear should be fear itself" I would have to say this is pretty right on. Why? Because fear is a negative emotion and because of fear you tend to pay more attention to it which starts the physical birth of some kind of reaction. This is why most people that fear that they are going to get hurt get hurt more than the rest. Or think they are going to be sick and then it happens. If you fear that you dont have enough money to pay the bills and speak and think these thoughts and words everyday then guess what, You are creating the physical reaction to show up in your life. This is why it is good to marinate yourself in unconditional love and positive good words and belief that good things are heading your way at all times. You deserve it, It is your birth right. Own it. except it. enjoy it. Live it. know it is in your escrow. more and more, every moment. and when the other thoughts of fear come, Do Not Entertain it. leave it behind and get right back on track with the truth! Live every monent of this life like there is no tomorrow, because it is not a rehearsal. So Start getting from it what is yours. GREATNESS!!!

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

ACT. Inspires: ACT on the Move.....A Woman doing Awesome Things!




ACT. Inspires: ACT on the Move.....: Greetings All, I hope all is great! I know I have not posted in ages....I am going to do better! :-)   I was updating my bio for a NABA ar...

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Gabby Douglas of the United States Wins Gold in the Women’s Individual All-Around Final

Real Church Musicians (R.C.M.) Revival Highlights - Wednesday August 1st

President and Founder of Real Church Musicians (R.C.M.) Opening 8/1 Apostle Coleman singing and playing at Real Church Musicians (R.C.M.) Opening 8/1. RCM Apostle Coleman asked RCM President R Holman to join in Elder Martin Real Church Musicians (R.C.M.) Opening 8/1

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Maximizing LinkedIn The Business Network


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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

How Wall Street looked to a high school student in the 1980s



There are many visions of Wall Street. Over the years and much has changed. Let me take you down memory lane just a little bit. For some this tour may be unclear, for some it may be a little clear and for others it may be crystal clear. Back in the 1980’s I started my journey on Wall Street.



I was a senior in high school at Andrew Jackson High School in Queens, N.Y., and had joined a Co-Operative education program (Co-Op). I’m not sure how many of these exist today. I had the opportunity to work one full week with pay and then go to school the following week. A high school student stepping on to Wall Street for the first time was an experience like no other.

The first adjustment to the adult world was being told that I could address the adults by first name as opposed to “Mr” or “Mrs” or “Ms.” As I did with my High School teachers. I was very fortunate to work for a well-established firm called, The Morgan Guaranty Trust Company. As it is today, it was then that the firms wanted to ensure that students experiencing the firm for the first time got very familiar with the industry and the firm. Training back then, involved visiting a room where you were equipped with a cassette tape player, cassettes, booklets and headphones. I remember hearing words like “manifold” referring to trading tickets. You don’t here that too often now if at all. The training tapes gave information about the various departments and the company itself.

I did not feel completely out of place as I also found number of other High School Co-Op students working in my same section at the company. I handled the “manifold” tickets relative to trades that had been entered. I worked in the section called “Ticket Check Off”. The Department was called Government Bond. Here I saw trade tickets relative to what I would soon learn were Fixed Income trades such as Treasuries as well as Money Market Instruments such as Certificates of Deposit and Bankers Acceptances.

As I reflect back now what was most interesting was that that I not only got to “see” the manifold tickets relative to these instruments I also got to see the instruments themselves. This was the 1980’s and many of the instruments of the day were in physical form. I got to see US Treasury Notes with the interest payment “coupons attached”. We would attached a one copy of a multi-ply manifold ticket to the Treasury by using what then a “T-Pin” which I have not seen in ages. I was informed one day I would be delivering some Treasuries to the Federal Reserve Bank down the street (we were located on Broad Street across from the NY Stock Exchange). We had an armed Security Guard Accompany us. I later realized that as many of the instruments of the day were in “bearer” form they could literally be cashed by whoever said it was theirs.

Working in Government Bond was an excellent learning experience. I got involved with the daily proof and reconciliation. We reconciled with a group of individuals that were enclosed behind a window called “The Cage”. We ran a calculation tapes on huge calculators that took up most of a desk and used two copy calculator tape (on copy being a carbon copy). We would balance the general ledger tickets that had passed throughout the day.

There were no personal computers as we know them today. For me as a High Schooler, my taste of the Internet was during my "school week" I was able to go into a High School Room and dial-up an on line services. I would need to dial the number on the telephone and then put down the handset on some acoustic couplers (shaped like the phone mouth and ear piece) that was attached to a printing (not display) terminal. The Session information would print out on the long printer as opposed to on a display system. News and other other information would print out. That was it for the "The Net" in those days! Read more on the Technology of those days on my latest Blog.

As with most High School Students of the day, the highlight was lunch time. Most interesting enough lunch was free. Not only that, on those occasions when we had to work late we also got free dinner via a “supper pass”. For me the work, the experience and the food, was the life!



More Information:

Organizations helping Youth in Financial Services and Information Technology at the High School and College Level in New York (Local Chapters have links to their respective National Offices):


Urban Financial Services Coalition New York Chapter


BDPA Information Technology Thought Leaders New York Chapter



Monday, May 21, 2012

They Say If You Can't Stand The Heat...But How Do You Stand The Heat?

Pastor Michael Holman at COGIC's Gold Coast District Meeting, delivering the message that deals with the cliche, "If You Can't Stand The Heat, Get Out the Kitchen, but How Do You Stand the Heat???" What if you can't get out of the kitchen??? How Do You Stand The Heat???

Monday, May 14, 2012

Facebook For Business - Online Tutorials (Intro Module is FREE to watch!!!)

QuickStart! - Facebook for Business


QuickStart! Facebook for Business gives you all you need to know to create a Facebook presence for your business. In this VTC course, you will learn how to create, customize, and administrate a page. Author Brian White will also show you how to make posts, interact with customers, and increase Edge Rank. In addition, the course demonstrates how to incorporate apps and create ads on Facebook. Get started today by clicking the movie links below!

Welcome

Introduction

Basics

Why Facebook
Creating a Business Page
Anatomy of a Page
Administrating Your Page pt. 1
Administrating Your Page pt. 2
Administrating Your Page pt. 3
Creating a Vanity URL
Creating a Cover / Profile pt. 1
Creating a Cover / Profile pt. 2
Creating a Cover / Profile pt. 3
Managing the Timeline pt. 1
Managing the Timeline pt. 2

Building Your Community

The Front Porch
Adding Posts / Links
Adding Images
Creating an Album
Creating a Poll
Adding Video
Expanding Your Presence pt. 1
Expanding Your Presence pt. 2
Expanding Your Presence pt. 3
Edge Rank

Apps and Ads

Introduction to Apps
Apps Overview
Static HTML
Shop Tab pt. 1
Shop Tab pt. 2
Facebook Ads pt. 1
Facebook Ads pt. 2
Facebook Ads pt. 3
Facebook Ads pt. 4
Facebook Ads pt. 5
Facebook Ads pt. 6

Conclusion

Course Wrap Up

Credits

About the Author

Saturday, May 12, 2012

PowerPoint: Celebrate A Strong Woman by Bishop T.D. Jakes

Powerpoint Presentation - Celebrate A Strong Woman by Bishop TD Jakes

Saturday, April 28, 2012

Tyler Perry talks about being #1 Grossing man in Hollywood | Good Deeds


Award winning journalist Shawn Edwards sits down with Tyler Perry to discuss his newest movie, his wealth and what 'Good Deeds' he has done lately. Over the course of eight years as an actor, writer, director and producer, Tyler Perry has entertained and inspired audiences with his trademark mix of crowd-pleasing broad comedy and rousing inspirational drama. Now, with the release of his twelfth film, TYLER PERRY'S GOOD DEEDS, the filmmaker tackles a new genre: the romantic drama. The part marks Perry's first dramatic role away from his ensemble-based films and places him front and center as leading man. While Perry is no stranger to headlining his films -- his starring comic turns as the irreverent pot-smoking grandma Madea are a cornerstone of his enduring popularity -- the role of Wesley Deeds, a successful businessman whose seemingly perfect life is upended by an unlikely new friendship, marks a milestone for the actor: a romantic, plain-clothes role that calls for the most personal, unvarnished performance Perry has ever given. "You give me a costume and I'm comfortable behind that costume, whatever that is," says Perry. "If it's an old man, if it's an old woman, fine, I can do that. Just give me something to hide behind. Playing Wesley is the first time I feel like I've been exposed. I'm a very private person, and with this role I felt like my entire life had to come to work with me." While TYLER PERRY'S GOOD DEEDS is in no way autobiographical, Perry admits that Wesley's journey is one he knows well, a familiarity which only served to raise the stakes for him as an actor. "A lot of the situations in the film are similar to things I've gone through, so in order to be this guy, I really had to surrender to it," he reveals. "It wasn't an easy decision for me. The truth is, had I not done FOR COLORED GIRLS, which was the scariest thing I've ever done in my life, I wouldn't have had the courage to try this." "This is probably the most we've seen of the real Tyler," adds co-star Gabrielle Union. "He's bringing all of his life experiences to the role, and it informs the character in ways I think are completely unexpected and original."

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Automated Keywords for Marketing online via Traffic Travis






The Power of Keywords in your Adveritising Campaign: READ THIS ONE: From my early corporate days, we would send an email and because we knew people would bypass alot of emails. if there was something important we would put in the Subject Lines: "READ THIS ONE". Such is the case with this post if you are serious about Adveritising Online (Text,Graphics,Video,TV,etc.)

We've discussed running Ads on Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, etc. We expressed the need to get the message out via advertising using Text, Graphics, Video, TV etc.. In each of thesemethods there is one critical component in your campaign, KEYWORDS . They can in some case MAKE or BREAK your goal of a successful Campaign.

There is a FREE, yes FREE tool that will allow you to type in one keyword and you will be given at least 200 Keywords AND be told where those keywords you are being provided at RANK on the Majof Search Engines like Google, Yahoo and MSN. You heard that right. You tell the progam just one keyword and it gives you about 200 similar keywords and also it tells you where those key words you were given, RANK on the major Search engines. You can export those keywords to a .csv file or save them. Did I say that the 200 word version is free? It is!

Here's a story (excuse me I have to tell it). I was talking to some representatives at one the aforementioned major Search engine companies and I kid you not. The Rep asked me how I was getting my keywords. I told them about the program and they said, "Oh, your program does automatically, what I am doing manually!". I was blow away!!! Bottom line GET THIS FREE PROGRAM, while it's still FREE. You can get the professional version (along with 2,000 keywords and more) at cost ($5 to try it for a few days and get billed for the balance). Go with the FREE first, it's just me!

The FREE VERSION of the program is called Traffic Travis Standard

The PRO VERSION of the program is called Traffic Travis Professional

Please click here to checkout the company behind Traffic Travis and Learn the in and outs of the business!

Enjoy!


Friday, April 13, 2012

Evangelist Bettina Pennon and Shekinah Choir of COGIC's 3rd Jurisdiction of East NY





Bettina Pennon and Shekinah Choir of COGIC's 3rd Jurisdiction of East NY singing "Only Believe"

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Video Blog Pastor Michael Holman- Never Give Up! - COGIC's Gold Coast District Meeting






Pastor Michael Holman speaking during COGIC's Gold Coast District Meeting on the topic, "Never Give Up" from the book of Jeremiah. Video available below as well as now playing vie Internet Radio at our BlogTalkRadio Station. It'a slso in the Android Market/Google Play Place via your Android Device

Worship Leader: Minister Anthony Upshur
District Choir President: Evangelist Billeesha Brown
Master Of Ceremony: Pastor Kevin Jones

District Headquarters: Glorious Temple COGIC
District Supt: Dr. Willie Robinson
Assistant to District Supt: Pastor Robert Stevenson
District Missionary: Evangelist Viviah Stevenson
Jurisdictional Bishop: Bishop James Gaylord
Jurisdictional Supervisor: Supervisor Marcelle Harris
International Bishop: Bishop Charles Blake
International Supervisor - Mother Wille Mae Rivvers

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Awesome Video editing done by Sister Regina Aiken

Sunday, March 25, 2012