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Some good tips for your FB efforts!
Top Tips for Posting on Social Media

The team at +Pagemodo has put together the infographic below that'll help you make your social media marketing a little more manageable!

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Happy Thanksgiving to your and yours, from River Bridge Design!  We are thankful for all of you; our friends, our partners and our clients/family!

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We've posted a new blog article on the titled Getting Started with Google+.  Check it out and subscribe to our Blog. . . lots of good stuff coming!  Let us know what you think!

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Wishing you all a Happy Halloween!  We hope you get lots of treats and no tricks :-)

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Where were you on 9/11?
In memory of all those lost on 9/11 and since. Fallen heroes and fallen innocents and their families. Forever in our hearts.

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Good video for those brand new to Google+  Enjoy!

We're curious. . . what are some of your favorite websites? Look, feel, navigation, content? Other than, of course! 

Some of you may have received this email. . . or you may have missed it.  Just in case. . . PowerDNN (where many of our clients hosts their websites) is now!
An Important Message from PowerDNN:
We Are Now
We built our company on DotNetNuke (DNN). But ever since day one, even our most ardent DNN customers have asked us to do more. Things like database hosting, SharePoint installations, development servers, colocation space, and a variety of other CMS applications. So now, even though we still host more DNN than anyone else, we also host thousands of WordPress sites, along with Drupal, SharePoint, ElcomCMS, and much more.

At first, we did not want to confuse anyone by marketing these services under the PowerDNN name. And we wanted to “do it right” by bringing expertise, support, and training to forefront. So we built out new brands to provide those services. Although many of you know us only as PowerDNN, we have nearly a dozen brands serving customers worldwide on several platforms.
Over the years this has built up additional expertise, which is great, but has also added complexity. And we currently duplicate a lot of effort maintaining separate websites and systems. To address this, we have begun consolidating all of our different hosting products under one great new name:

Over the coming weeks, you will start to see the name “” appear in your email notices and order forms. You will also hear “” when we answer the phone and reply to support requests. Ultimately this will make us more efficient in serving all of our customers with all of the services we bring to the table.
Even though we will still be the same people providing the same great products, services, and support that our customers expect from us, change can be unsettling. To this, we wanted to let everybody know that:
No outside capital has entered the picture, there has been no ownership or management change, nor has a liquidity event occurred … not even close. We are still growing and fully funded by the customers we love.
We are all very proud of PowerDNN and the important part it plays in the DNN community. We will continue investing in the DNN community. will not be going away. The site and services will remain, but you will notice that we focus our marketing, communications, and social media efforts on the brand.
We appreciate all of your continued support over the years and look forward to many more together. In short: different name, more options … same “us.”

   Thank you for your continued support.

   Tony Valenti
   CEO (and still owner) of
   PowerDNN and the new

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Some good info on Google Reviews and how to make it easy for your customers!
[Gold Tip] Link directly to your Google Local Review Page
Are you making it easy for your customers to leave a review? If not, you should be. 

Of course there is a "careful" way to do this, and several things to consider, but if you ask, they will respond. ( look for the link at the bottom of this post)

Here are some things that I do to get reviews for my Google Local.
1) Ask. Every time I get someone telling me that they really appreciated this or that about my business, I say, "Hey that's awesome! I really appreciate the feedback. Say, can I be so bold to ask you to share that on my Google Plus Page? It will help me a lot! Thanks". And more often than not, they will go and copy paste their comment to the review page

2) Make sure your Google Local Page has activity on it. Use you page a social tool and engage your clients and potential customers. Spend some time making it look like an active place. Hey! there'a a party going on right here...

3) Give them an easy to follow link. Here is mine  Notice all you have to do is to add the &review=1 to the end of your link?

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Some great tips on getting and staying organized - good for everyone and every business!
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