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Our Mission - to deliver custom Web, IT Consulting, Photo, Video, and Training services that are specific to our clients' needs and which enable our clients to exceed their objectives.

We are based out of Monument, Colorado and intend to stay small so that we can know and personally take care of our clients. We partner with other professionals to extend our capabilities to serve our clients, and we often work through our partners to help them serve their customers.

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scott-in-kayak3I love the Olympics! Where else do you get to see whitewater kayaking and team handball – two really good sports to watch that get almost no commercial coverage. In addition to a full schedule of drama and the action, you get to see real emotion – the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat.

It is an advantage of working out of my home office that I get to watch the day-time coverage, though the eight channels of the NBC/Universal family hold back on showing the headline sports such as gymnastics until prime time. Fortunately Twitter #Olympics gives the play-by-play and there is live video streaming if you want to be really distracted.

What do the Olympics have to do with viral videos and social networking, and what do they have to do with you and your organization? How is it that "lolcat" videos can attract millions of YouTube views while your carefully crafted video/blog/Facebook page can’t get more than a few hundred?

 

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I have been living my “Social Media in 15 Minutes a Day*” plan for 10 weeks now, and have got the daily/weekly routine down to where the growing social network is extending my face-to-face network without burdening my life. Growing my on-line network has even helped me connect my clients to people neither of us have ever met. Here is a recent example:

One of my clients, Shaun, owns a small R&D and manufacturing shop. She had a problem. The custom-programmed chip that is at the heart of a brand new product was having not working correctly, which was affecting product delivery to key early customers.

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A few months ago, I lost a small eCommerce client who shut down her young business.  She had a carefully crafted line of products that appeared to be reasonably priced.  We had a well-designed and functional website (of course).  After a few months and too few sales, she gave up the endeavor.

What happened?