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M.J. Taylor
Works at Cyber Key. Inc
Attended Florida International University
Lives in Key West / Asheville
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SEO copywriting, content writing, SEO web design (much easier now with Thesis based WP sites); and contra dance organiziation in my spare (ha!) time.
  • Cyber Key. Inc
    SEO web design and contra dance organizing, 1998 - present
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Key West / Asheville
Miami/Coconut Grove - South Florida, the Keys, Gainesville, London, Chicago/LA - London - Chicago - Holmby Hills, CA
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SEO copywriter and consultant.
I am an SEO copywriter and social media consultant.  I handle small business tourism and real estate accounts based largely in Key West and the Florida Keys.

I love contra dancing and photography and my dog, Karma.
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Learned that each day is a gift - it is enough just to be alive. An attitude of gratitude is better than therapy - and much less expensive.
  • Florida International University
    Liberal Studies, 1973 - 1976
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Mary-Jeanette Taylor
Rates Changed After Booking / Disgusting Conditions. When I arrived, I was told the rate was $58, not the $48 I was quoted on the phone. It was a holiday weekend (Independence Day weekend), and I felt stuck with staying here … but I did insist that the rate was $48, and since that was the rate on the website, I prevailed on that one point once I pulled it up on my cell phone. But I should have walked out then … I have never stayed in a a motel room with such disgusting conditions – for a start, the room stank of mold and stale cigarettes – it was a non-smoking room, but I doubt the drapes or anything else was changed since it was a smoking room. Every wall was appallingly in need of paint, there was mold growing everywhere, including on the glass of a hung picture. There were burn holes in the blanket, the towels were extremely dingy, though they were once white – and some of them had holes in them, too. I had foolishly paid before inspecting the room – and I had tried to get reservations at several other places before finding availability and I was sure that walking out meant driving home and missing the festival I had come to attend. Garbage was piled up under the stairs and not completely sealed by any means (see photos) … water damage everywhere explains the mold. I did insist on moving to another room the next day, but that one, while less stinky, was just as yucky … and a roach in the morning didn’t make it any more pleasant, even if it was dead. Everywhere were signs of neglect – missing light bulbs, for example, blackout curtains in shreds. On the plus side, the linens seemed to be clean and I didn’t bring home any bed bugs.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Very dingy - even the little envelope for the key card had seen many better days. The towels were white once, I'm sure, but are now a very yucky grey. I will not stay here again, and I will hesitate to try another Peach Tree Inn. The mattresses were hard - not the support-your-back firm, but cheap and offer no comfort. All in all, they are lucky I gave them more than one star.
Public - 12 months ago
reviewed 12 months ago
As a former Realtor, I am fairly opinionated about how real estate professionals should conduct business - and I could not be more proud of my working association with Rudy and Harry. There's a reason they outperform the rest of the market on more than one measurement. They sell more than anyone else in Key West, and their DOM is more than a month shorter than the market average. What a team!
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
I don't know how they do it, but they manage to make sushi taste fresher and better than any other sushi I've ever eaten outside of Japan. And I have been to many sushi restaurants in many cities. We have another great sushi restaurant in Key West (Origami), and it's very good and maybe has better service -- Ambrosia is a little snooty but it is also a cut above, full stop. The presentation of the sashimi is very sophisticated -- I won't spoil the effect by trying to describe it. I ate there last night (not the first time, just the most recent) and was pleased with the dragon role -- the avocado was perfect! -- and I particularly liked the spicy salmon "sandwich." The atmosphere is decidely cosmopolitan and not at in the character of Key West. It is sleek, upscale and feels very expensive. The restaurant (which moved a couple of years ago from its Virginia St. spot) is in the lobby of the Old Santa Maria Motel, and the tall plate glass walls and sinuous curves of the 1950's "modern" architecture combined with expert lighting create an elegant setting. Our service was fine, though a tad slow, but I am willing to wait for food this good.
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Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
11 reviews
I've been taking my older (2001) Lexus RX300 here for years and they take excellent care of me and my car. I feel confident that everything I need is looked after.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I agree; it's the best ice cream anywhere I've ever been and I've had some great ice cream, but Flamingo Crossing beats all. The flavors - many you will not get any where else in the Us -- the rich creaminess, the texture, all just wonderful. No place else in Key West compares, though the Mathiessen's chain makes okay ice cream and some interesting flavors, too. But I have to advise against any of the other ice cream shops in Key West. Flamingo Crossing is the one. A must visit in Key West for a sweet treat. I have never seen them be rude to anyone and the tastes are limitless ...
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Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
Nadene Grossman simply makes weddings and events easy on you and elegant for guests. I've been to several of her events over the years, and I have always been impressed by her attention to detail.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago