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YouTube Marketing Made Easy with Stacia Kennedy March 31st

Stacia Kennedy Video Marketing Pro and Online Marketing MentorBy Stacia Kennedy

Are you looking to get your product or service in front of more people? Have you considered using Video to reach a larger audience?

Did you know that 93% of consumers start their search online?

And wouldn’t it be great if YOUR video was the first thing Google displayed in search results?

In 2006 Google bought out YouTube for 1.65 Billion Dollars, what do you think happens when the biggest internet search engine takes over a company like YouTube? Continue Reading

Woodblock Restaurant Grand Opening in Redmond

Carolyn and Tony Scott are delighted to announce the opening of their first restaurant, Woodblock. The official grand opening will take place at 4pm on March 18 with a ribbon cutting by Redmond Mayor John Marchione. Woodblock is located on Cleveland Street in the Old Town Lofts, a new building in downtown Redmond. The restaurant is right… Continue Reading

Fight Climate Change on the Eastside

Seattle Tilth Trains New Master Recycler Composter Volunteers this Spring Are you passionate about the environment and want to make a positive change in your community? Concerned about climate change, but don’t know how to help? Seattle Tilth’s Master Recycler Composter Eastside trains community members to become environmental stewards — and climate change heroes —… Continue Reading

6 Fundamental Things to Do in Your Twenties to Be Successful in Your Thirties

– Young Entrepreneur Jay Yadon Shares Advice for the New Year That Cultivated His Success – The mindset of a young entrepreneur can either make or break you. Many are faced with fear and doubt that can potentially derail them from their personal path to achieving their goals. Jay Yadon, CEO and co-founder of a revolutionary… Continue Reading

Experts Encourage Families in East King County to Bring Back the SundayDinner

Bob Megargel from Bellevue is on a mission to see more families share sit-down Sunday dinners with their senior loved ones. The reason? New research shows that 50 percent of surveyed families living near senior relatives feel they do not share enough meals with older loved ones, losing an important family connection.* “For seniors, it’s… Continue Reading