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J. Michael Roach
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Christian. Husband. Father. Friend. Entrepreneur. Developer. Brand Manager. The glass is neither half empty nor half full, but twice as large as it needs to be.
Christian. Husband. Father. Friend. Entrepreneur. Developer. Brand Manager. The glass is neither half empty nor half full, but twice as large as it needs to be.

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As good a pattern as I've seen for CodeIgniter templating.

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These are amazing!

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"Drawing inspiration from innovative firms like Host Universal of London and jo&co of Salt Lake City, I abandoned the slow and paperwork-heavy approach of the typical “ad agency” and adopted a more client-focused approach to solving marketing problems." by +J. Michael Roach

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My premier appearance on the Agency Post. I'd welcome your comments and feedback.

We're planning on a monthly post regarding the inner working of the agency business, from business model, to traffic, to managing the creative process, and more ... stay tuned!

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Do you have a Facebook Page? This post I wrote for +KimberMedia shows you how to access Facebook Insights to learn how the public is interacting with you.
So what exactly do your Facebook insights mean? Learn how to read your Facebook analytics in this week's #TuesdayTips by KimberMedia partner, Michael Roach - http://www.kimbermedia.com/tuesdaytips/is-anyone-reading-your-facebook-page-part-1

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I don't necessarily like to brag on my brother ... well, yes I do. Crazy awesome. +Mark Roach

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Just launched the Caledon Virtual Google+ brand page. " ... and there was much rejoicing ... "

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In a battle of brilliance, Ted Farnen and his team overcame Brian Hazelrigg’s Big 8 crew in the final 2 rounds to capture the 2011 TQBC Trivia Night Championship by a single point!

So, now that Facebook has Smart Lists, I'm less likely to use Google+ anymore. Google+ is quickly becoming the best thing that ever happened to Facebook.
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