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Jamie Simmerman
Works at Blue Duck Copy
Attended Liberty University, Kent State University
Lives in Ohio
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On September 6th, this Thursday, I’m releasing Social Triggers TV, a web video show where I’ll break down complex research into insanely practical tips for entrepreneurs who are looking to grow their business.

(The first episode is all about pricing, and you’re going to love it)

But for now, since you’re a subscriber to Social Triggers, I wanted to pull back the curtain to share:

1. Why I’m starting a web tv show
2. How this new show will help you (at no cost)
3. What you can do to spread the word

Learn all about it right here:
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Seriously - this one is tough!  Go play!  :)
This is very straightforward. Here is what you do: Watch the video to get the instructions that aren't in this post. Make a comment on this post (or more than one, but at least one). Co to the Con...
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I just gulped a Diet Pepsi.. because there's no Diet Coke in the house... and no one refilled the ice cube tray for ice water. :)
These facts make water look pretty good!
Need a reason to break your soda addiction? We've got 9, and they're not pretty.
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I'm assuming you did that before you read the article. ;)
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Seen this before, but it still rocks. 

I'm a right-brainer, lol. What are you?
The Right Brain vs Left Brain test ... do you see the dancer turning clockwise or anti-clockwise?

If clockwise, then you use more of the right side of the brain and vice versa.

Most of us would see the dancer turning anti-clockwise though you can try to focus and change the direction; see if you can do it.


uses logic
detail oriented
facts rule
words and language
present and past
math and science
can comprehend
order/pattern perception
knows object name
reality based
forms strategies

uses feeling
"big picture" oriented
imagination rules
symbols and images
present and future
philosophy & religion
can "get it" (i.e. meaning)
spatial perception
knows object function
fantasy based
presents possibilities
risk taking

Im a right handed person and i see the dancer moving in a clockwise rotation, so I guess when i write things down im using the left side of my brain, but when i look at things my left eye is more dominate so im using the right side of my brain.  
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New way for kids to remember Alphabet (^_^)
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Enjoying +Matthew Hicks' Photoshopped Caturday montage today. :)
Deviant Art rules, +Jess Lageson 
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its weird
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The Placenta Teddy Bear is just down-right creepy. 
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Sorry, Young Man, You're Not the Most Important Demographic in Tech

One huge reason is the relative lack of women at major venture capital firms, startups, electronics makers, and Internet companies. The other huge reason is the historical erasure of women's roles in the history of technology, as Xeni Jardin pointed out in response to a New York Times article that overemphasized the role men have played in the creation of the Internet. When you look around, it seems as if technology is by and for dudes, but the reality is much more complicated than that.

via Tara Hunt
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Freelance SEO Copywriter, geek girl, graduate student
Freelance SEO Copywriter for hire @ Blue Duck Copy, Registered Nurse

I also blog for fun, mostly about educational iOS apps and gifted/exceptional learners, dyslexia, and tech stuff.

I don't watch TV, except as a social function.  

I have no interest in:

1) becoming an Internet ROCKSTAR/p0rnStar/celebrity
2) earning SIX figures overnight (In 3  E A S Y  Steps!)
3) claiming I'm an expert on...well, anything
4) becoming a NINJA

I'm NOT politically correct most days. 

I spend my days writing for other people's websites, making the social media rounds, and teaching. I spend my nights hanging with my family, mentoring, and learning new things, because I like people. 

When I have free time, I read fiction. LOTS of fiction. 

I like people. 

I'm particularly fond of my digital devices. I'm a big Google fan, and love my Android devices. I use Apple devices for work because, simply put, they make work easier. My iPad goes everywhere with me, and my youngest boy wants to marry Siri. :)

I homeschool two monkeys. I live on a farm. I'm not a mommy blogger.

I like Web designers, iOS app developers, businesses with Websites (and those who want one), writers, freelancers, social media peeps, medical professionals, mental health professionals, teachers, geeks, and anyone who dares to think for himself.

I circle back if you post in English (I'm not skilled enough to read other languages, sorry), actually post valuable or entertaining information, and treat others with a decent amount of respect. 

I like:
  1. Books
  2. Tech
  3. Apple
  4. Nature
  5. People
  6. My dog
  7. My cats
  8. Ducks


  • Liberty University, Kent State University
    Master's Instructional Technology, 2011 - 2012
  • Liberty University
    Psychology/ IS, 2008 - 2011
  • Kent State University
    Nursing, 1993 - 1996
Digital Marketer, SEO Copywriter,- 9+ yrs. and counting
Introverting, writing, consuming coffee
  • Blue Duck Copy
    SEO COpywriter, 2007 - present
  • REV Media Marketing
    Digital Marketer, 2013 - present
  • CCMH
    Registered Nurse
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Best food in Gatlinburg! We come here every time we visit Gatlinburg and look forward to every visit. It is a bit pricey, so be forewarned, but the food is fresh and well prepared. The salad and steak are our favorites, and the creme brulee was heavenly. We have had to wait for a table, but my husband likes to admire the architecture of the building, so it's not such a big deal. My kids eat all of their food here, which is rare since we live on a farm and don't eat out much normally (they don't care for processed foods). The service is generally good to average, and food is served in a reasonable amount of time. Bring a jacket since the air conditioning is cranked up full blast some days.
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