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Conflict over historic Bosler House roils in Denver's West Highland - Denver Post

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Conflict over historic Bosler House roils in Denver's West Highland Denver Post The historic Bosler House — designated an individual historic landmark in 1984, four years before owner Keith Painter purchased it — has been placed on Denver's list of...
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Building a brand that can win government contracts

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Government contract dollars are more difficult to find than in the past. Competition is keen, price pressure is strong, and, often, the service requested is so specified that it is hard for the buyer – the government – to differentiate.
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21 Ways People Will Find Your Website

21 Ways People Will Find Your Website | Marketing Development and Innovation | Scoop.it
People can find your website in many ways if you;re smart. Search optimization (SEO) coupled with social media optimization (SMO) along with these 21 ways

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Level343's curator insight, November 11, 2013 10:27 AM

TOP FIVE ARE

 

1. Search on Google, Bing, Yahoo, or on social networks. Someone types in your business name or a relevant keyword into the search field and your website shows up in the search results. Click! Bam.

 

2. You have  your website’s URL prominently displayed in your retail location/lobby and it’s a memorable URL, right?

 

3. Real-world conversations. At the grocery store, at the barbershop, on an airplane, you tell someone about your business and say  “check us out at <MyBusinessName Dot Com>.”

 

4. Business cards — simple, and sometimes still effective.

 

5. Your URL is included on all your product packaging — simple, simple.