Author Archives: Jean Campbell

Resha Mediation Services

Now Online Salem (Sonny) Resha approached Deluxe Interactive Services about a year ago to discuss the possibilities of using the Internet for Resha Mediation Services. Sonny had participated in a few online efforts but consistency is key in this industry. … Continue reading

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Holiday time is knocking on the door.
You should be too!

We don’t mean knocking on an actual door. If you’re not already knee deep in it, it is definitely time to be putting some serious thought into your holiday promotions and one idea is to build an email-delivered brochure. With … Continue reading

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Pete’s Print goes live!

Pete’s Print has gone through a couple of pretty big changes of late. The shop moved to Hoover Common’s the end of the summer of 2013. While the crew worked on their new physical digs, DIS was busy finishing up … Continue reading

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George Griffin and the Firebirds

We are very proud to announce the launch of this local artist’s website. George Griffin and the Firebirds needed a site and quick! With a fast approaching gig playing warm up for Journey and the Steve Miller Band, Griffin knew … Continue reading

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How much does a website cost?

How much does a website cost? I am frequently asked this question. I like to answer it with another question: How much does a house cost? I don’t say this to be flip or sarcastic. I say it as a … Continue reading

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Pinterest, the final chapter

This is part three in a series on using Pinterest for small business Pinterest is basically a visually-oriented social network. The focus is mainly lifestyle and so ideas and interests get passed around in a sort of digital grassroots style. … Continue reading

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An economical solution

We created Garden Shop of Homewood’s website several years ago, when WordPress was still thought of as a blogging platform. All they needed was a 5 page brochure-ware site to send folks for contact information, store times, and a little … Continue reading

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Pinterest for business, part deux

You’ll want to go directly to business.pinterest.com to set up a site specifically for businesses. You’ll be presented with a “Join as a Business” button. There are also links to learn about Pinterest but if you want to jump in … Continue reading

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Is Pinterest a good option for your business?

According to Pinterest, “Pinterest is a tool for collecting and organizing the things you love.” Seems like a great thing for hobbies, crafts, trip planning and such. The way it works is you “pin” an image or video from a … Continue reading

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What small business should do in a gift economy

Share your knowledge with the public! We are entering what Jeff Jarvis, author of What Would Google Do? and Public Parts: How Sharing in the Digital Age Improves the Way We Work and Live, refers to as a “gift economy”. According … Continue reading

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