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LinkedIn Updates: Your Online Network Is About to Change

Posted on: Monday, January 23rd, 2017

The largest redesign to ever hit LinkedIn is going on now and you don’t want to be left behind. LinkedIn is the most important professional networking site and can be great for your career as well as a great tool for your business. The redesign is happening with the goal in mind to align both […]

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The Perks of Involving Employees in Your Social Media Marketing

Posted on: Friday, December 23rd, 2016

It’s no secret that social media marketing is a great strategy that is essential to add to your existing marketing plan. Most people are on one, if not more, social media sites and you don’t want your business to be left behind. Not only do you need someone dedicated to updating your posts and engaging […]

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5th Avenue Happenings

Posted on: Thursday, July 2nd, 2015

July 4th Weekend Events! A lot of fun activities are planned for the July 4th Weekend this year! The weekend kicks off on Friday with Sidewalk Sales and also with the first annual Paws on 5th/#PawsAroundTown event! Paws on 5th /#PawsAroundTown FRIDAY, JULY 3 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Kick off the holiday weekend with […]

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“Building Readers and Leaders”

Posted on: Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015

K is for Kids® is a unique student volunteer-based nonprofit organization building readers and leaders with kids on both the giving and receiving ends of its mission. Through its focused efforts, K is for Kids cultivates the skills kids need to be creative thinkers, adventurous problem solvers and visionary leaders. Reading and dreaming, learning and leading, creating […]

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Naples, Austin Head List Of Best Cities For Job Growth

Posted on: Saturday, July 26th, 2014

     Kurt Badenhausen Forbes Staff Florida’s economy experienced a tremendous surge during the first half of the 2000s when home prices jumped 120% between 2000 and 2006. The gains fueled more construction and speculative buying, while the unemployment rate for the state stood at a scant 3.3% throughout most of 2006. But when the […]

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6 Ways Nonprofits Can Use Instagram for Fundraising

Posted on: Wednesday, March 19th, 2014

Instagram’s current tool set makes it very challenging for nonprofits to convert their Instagram followers into donors. Over time through powerful visual storytelling a nonprofit can build a strong brand and grow their Instagram following, but without the ability to link to a donate page inside of Instagram, it’s difficult to inspire your Instagram followers […]

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My 11 Years anniversary In the US

Posted on: Tuesday, February 4th, 2014

I remember the day I came to the United States on February 3, 2003. It was Osher’s 10th birthday on February 1st and Bar’s 6th birthday on February 4th.  Today, Osher is 21 and Bar turns 17 tomorrow. My baby, Neta, was only 20 months old — now she’s heading toward 13!  Yes, my little […]

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The 20 Best Small Towns in America of 2012 NAPLES #9

Posted on: Friday, January 31st, 2014

9. Naples, FL (Brian Tietz) World-class music, design to die for and palm trees: What’s not to like? Even when it’s snowing somewhere up north, around the historic Naples pier they’re catching mackerel, opening beach umbrellas and looking for treasure in the surf. Grandkids are building sand castles, pelicans are squawking and the Gulf of […]

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Ever heard the tale of the frog & the scorpion?

Posted on: Wednesday, September 12th, 2012

One of my favorite moral stories is the one about the frog and the scorpion. It has a good lesson, but when I discuss it with others, many unfortunately miss the point. If you get it, it can save you a whole lot of heartache when dealing with others. Let’s see if you get the […]

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A Morning with Fred McCrary !

Posted on: Saturday, July 28th, 2012

Naples grad, former NFL Fred McCrary   I’ve spent a few hours with Fred McCray. I wanted to learn more about his foundation. So we started off so funny. Our first minutes together we went to sports authority… that was funny. I felt like I’ve known this guy for way more then those 5 minutes. We went to eat lunch, we talked a lot and […]

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