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Phil Laboon
Works at Eyeflow Internet Marketing and SEO
Attended Pittsburgh Technical Institute
Lives in Pittsburgh
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Phil LaBoon turned his failed wedding reception into a LemonAid charity fundraiser after his girlfriend bailed on the wedding
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This story came from a land down under. Where women glow and men plunder.
A GROOM whose wedding was called off decided to make lemonade out of lemons by turning the reception into a charity fundraiser.
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PITTSBURGH -- A would-be groom in Pennsylvania turned his wedding reception into a charity event after his wedding was called off. Phil LaBoon's wedding reception had already been paid for, but whe...
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When and Where: Sunday at the Priory Hotel on the North Side No Refund? No Problem: South Side entrepreneur Phil Laboon, 32, was set to marry Sunday at the Priory Hotel on the North Side, but life had other plans. The wedding was called off, but the party remained. “I figured that I had already paid for the space, I should use it for something positive,” he explained. He started researching Surgicorps International, a small nonprofit founded in P...
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See how one man turned lemons into "LemonAID."
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Phil LaBoon decided to raise $ 50,000 for the underprivileged through his cancelled wedding by selling invites to the event.
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In today's edition of the "Good Stuff," a man turns lemons into LemonAID.  CNN's Chris Cuomo reports. Phil Laboon and his fiancee split before their wedding, but he wasn't going to let the event space and all the fixings t...
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Phil Laboon admits it's not easy for him, but after his engagement was called off, he decided to make the most of a tough situation.
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Introduction
Phil Laboon is the President & CEO of Eyeflow (www.Eyeflow.com) Internet Marketing which is one of Pittsburgh's most well known search engine optimization firms.

Phil started as an independent consultant working for various web design and advertising firms and then later in his career opened his own full service internet marketing company complete with experienced link builders, creative content writers, and skilled programmers.

Although Phil consults with a wide array of clients in various industries he most well known for his work with schools and secondary education institution.
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Created a huge amount impact both locally and nationally in the SEO industry
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  • Pittsburgh Technical Institute
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Philip LaBoon
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Internet Marketing / SEO Consultant
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  • Eyeflow Internet Marketing and SEO
    Internet Marketing / SEO Consultant, present
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This company is the WORST. Not only did they screw up an international wire transfer which cost my $4,000 they randomly turned off all our debit cards without contacting us which ruined a $50,000 ad campaign. There is no branch managers in the office and no one knows what's going on or can provide any answers other than "We're look into it and call you back". I desperately wanted to use a small local Pittsburgh Bank (even though my rates are higher...) but more often than not there is a reason they are dying and no one wants to use them.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Be VERRRRRY careful dealing with this bank - they are borderline incompetent. I have been a client of theirs for more than a decade and the service has plummeted from when I first started using them. Most recently they delayed my closing on vacation home several months and cost me thousands of dollars in damages. If this wasn't bad enough they also charged me 25% more than the other quotes I've got... I was happy to pay the increased fee for a higher level of customer service but they are now no better than the big banks....
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
So my girlfriend and I tried going to our normal south side spots but they were al full so we decided to give Truth another shot (we didn't have a great experience last time we went)... So basically we get there at 7:00 on a Saturday and we are the ONLY ones there and we order some appetizers and beers. To start they were out of the 2 beers they had on their menu so we settled for domestics... No biggie, we're starving so we get some tapas that were extremely overpriced. The bartender recommended a cheese flambé dish so we started with that and it was just a slab of deep fried greasy cheese in a pan... No bread, no crackers, just a lump of deep fried cheese. We both didn't want to eat it as it was oozing grease but we were waiting longer and longer for the other hot plates... Which never came... We waited over an hour just for the other appetizers and nothing ever came... We left and got pizza... On a side note, the wine is insanely overpriced. It's not that they are carrying great wine they just charge a fortune for average wine. I have never seen this tactic in Pittsburgh....
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
These guys called me up and acted like they wanted me to be a guest on their show. In fact they said they needed to "pre-interview" me (the CEO) to see if I was a good fit. Well it's all BS - they wanted me to pay $50,000... I write for major publications and have spoken at several large events and I CHARGE them. What expert would pay $50,000 for a 4 minute tv spot??? I googled them (Google actually recommended the phrases "O2 Media Inc Scam" in the search bar...) and there are tons of complaints online from past customers. Also, apparently they change their name constantly - I copied the list of names below)... O2 Media Services Group Inc. 02 Media, Inc 02 Production Studios, Inc. 02 Executive Services, Inc. DR Marketing Group Inc. Intellibrands Group LLC Tricom Pictures and Productions, Inc. Tricom Pictures Tricom Productions Immediate Capital Group, Inc. Quorum Productions, Inc. Incredible Discoveries Distribution Services LLC Incredible Discoveries Inc. National Shopping Club, Inc. Access Health, Inc. Designing Spaces, LLC Drtv Capital Group, LLC Eternal Security, Inc. Etv Acquisitions LLC Infomercial Fund I’, LLP Infoquest Licensing, Inc. Infoquest Management Services, Inc. Intermedia Marketing Solutions, Inc. International Pictures & Productions, Inc. Iq Business Intelligence Group, LLC Kitchen Spaces TV, Inc. M.A. Investments, LLC Media Funding Group LLC Mirage Talent, Inc. Production Funding, LLC SITE2SHOP T.V., Inc.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
The service was really good but the internet kills it for me. They charge $11 a day for internet that is literally half of dial up... I was hoping since I was paying for the "high speed internet" that it would at least be better than dial up from the 90's... The food was ok but cafe elan served their signature dish which was basically tasteless butter noodles for $25. It's a fun place but they need to work on some issues
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago