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Jeff Finkelstein
Works at Adventure Rabbi
Attended University of Michigan
Lives in Boulder, Colorado
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Mercury Transit of the Sun, May 9 2016, taken from Boulder, CO.
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Customer Paradigm @custparadigm launches new thermo-responsive design: http://www.customerparadigm.com/customer-paradigm-launches-new-thermo-responsive-design/
Today, Customer Paradigm launched a new thermo-responsive design, which not only reacts to device type, but also to the temperature of the end user.
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Customer Paradigm has released a new Magento 2 Free extension: Order Comments for Checkout: http://www.customerparadigm.com/magento-2-order-comments-extension-for-checkout/ #magento2
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Read what happened at the Magento Imagine 2016 show. An annual recap by Jeff Finkelstein, founder of Customer Paradigm. Read More >>
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My latest article: Best way to make sure you NEVER lose images during a photoshoot:
http://www.customerparadigm.com/photography-image-backup-workflow/
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Playing around with a new white paper-based format for a blog.  Trying to go old-school.  It's just a start, but putting together thoughts on what our company's mission is all about: http://www.customerparadigm.co/ 
Customer Paradigm. What is the Customer Paradigm? It's an idea. It's a framework for understanding how to organize a business around the customer's experience. The Customer Paradigm - where the needs of the customer, end user and our organization ...
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My latest blog post: Google changes Pay Per Click Listings and removes right hand ads: http://www.customerparadigm.com/google-changes-ppc-listings-removes-right-hand-ads/
Last week, Google made a big change to their Pay Per Click Adwords Listings - they removed all right hand ads. Learn what this means for your company >>
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Business Founder, Outdoor Guide, Photographer
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  • Adventure Rabbi
    Vice President, 2001 - present
  • Customer Paradigm
    Business Founder, Outdoor Guide, Photographer, 2002 - present
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Boulder, Colorado
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St. Louis, MO - Ann Arbor, MI - Copper Mountain, Colorado - Washington, DC
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Founder of Customer Paradigm. Photographer.
Introduction
Jeff Finkelstein is the founder of Boulder-based, Customer Paradigm, an interactive marketing firm that has helped clients including Xcel Energy, 3M, Level 3, BP achieve top rankings through search engine optimization and web marketing. Finkelstein is an adjunct professor for Colorado State University, and has lead workshops around the country teaching companies how to better optimize their websites and get found. Finkelstein has written syndicated columns on web marketing, and reaches tens of thousands of people each week through Customer Paradigm's eLearning Series newsletter.

Finkelstein also helps his wife, Rabbi Jamie Korngold, run the Adventure Rabbi program. Through search engine optimization, reporters from Good Morning America, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, CBS News and Ski Magazine found out about the organization and ran articles and TV segments. This intense media interest sparked a book offer from Doubleday Religion, who published Rabbi Korngold's best-selling book, God in the Wilderness, in April 2008.

Finkelstein has been featured in The New York Times as a Web Guru, and his company has received numerous awards, including the prestigious 2008 Rocky Mountain Direct Marketing Association Supplier of the Year Award.
Education
  • University of Michigan
    Political Science & Psychology, 1991 - 1994
  • University of Colorado - Boulder
    MBA, 1997 - 2000
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I probably eat here 2-3 times a week; I really like the friendly staff. It's walking distance to our office, and it's wonderful to have it here in South Boulder. On behalf of my entire office, we thank you for doing such a great job every day.
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reviewed 4 months ago
They are right around the corner from us, and I've ordered from them multiple times. They are able to produce quality signs, and quickly. They are my go to resource for signs!
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
For a small hardware store, they have a tremendous amount of inventory. I've purchased everything from screws to nuts to hard-to-find parts, and had keys made there, too. I love the fact that if I need a part during the middle of a project, they are just down the street in south Boulder. I also love the fact that I live in a town where people value having a local hardware store, with knowledgable people and a decent selection, where profits go back to the community, more than saving $0.93 on a part at a bigger box retailer. My great-grandfather ran a general store in Cheyenne, Wyoming. So maybe it's nostalgia for a past era that existed before Wal-Mart and other big box stores drove so many smaller businesses like this out of existence. But I don't think so. I think it's that I prefer to deal with a store where the people really know what each product does, and can make intelligent recommendations. I do wish they were open more hours, especially on the weekend, when I have a small amount of free time to get projects done around the house. But really, that's not such a bad thing. It's taught me not to start on a plumbing project at 10:00 pm on a Sunday night :).
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This isn't five star dining, but I do love the food. It's a great place to go for lunch, and the parking is always convenient. I would say I like the lunch specials off the menu better than the buffet, but the food is great.
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First, I'm a big fan of National because of Jean-Luc Picard. Or Patrick Stewart. I love the fact that I can arrive at an airport, bypass the crazy-long lines at the car rental counter, and go pick out whatever car is available. My kids love being able to choose whatever car they like when we're traveling. Great service, and very, very easy.
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Sunflower Preschool was an absolutely top-notch preschool here in Boulder, Colorado for our daughter. She loved it, and the teachers and staff are amazing. Our daughter is a better person in the world because of the love and caring of the staff at Sunflower.
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Southern Sun is the best. It's a fixture in south Boulder, and was packed within two weeks of opening. Their nachos are the best - huge portion and enough for a meal for a couple of people. The beers are great... I can't say enough good things about the ones on Nitro. Summers are great for the outside deck. The only drawback is that sometimes it takes a while to get a table. But even then, there's usually free french fries to ease the waiting. It's nice to go to a place that doesn't have huge TVs playing sports in every direction. I'm a fan.
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