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Thursday, December 23, 2010

FCC Preparing To Act On "Net Neutrality" Issue

FCC Moving On The Issue Of Net Neutrality

Hang onto your hats Internet lovers. Your Internet experience is about to change. The Federal Communications Commission has decided to move forward with plans to regulate the Internet and to reclassify Internet broadband services as Telecommunications in nature. Meaning, the FCC plans to employ and enforce the laws, rules, restrictions and requirements created in the Telecommunications Act of 1934 to Internet broadband service. This my friends could signal a major change in how we obtain, use and enjoy the Internet experience going forward. Don't know about you, but, I treasure the free enterprise system. If you enable entrepreneurs to do their thing wonderful things can happen. If you regulate the Internet, you clearly run the risk of potentially stiffling free enterprise and jeopardize future invention and technology development.

Thought I would share some information I received from Senator Johnny Isakson's office about the issue of "Net Neutrality." As you can see Georgia Senator Johnny Isakson has been steadfastly trying to fend off this unnecessary and truly bad piece or regulation by the FCC. Unfortunately, FCC commission chairman, Julius Genachowski, has decided to go forward with implementation of his plan to reclassify broadband Internet Services as Telecommunications. The gest of "Net Neutrality" is the FCC would begin regulating the Internet, using Title II of the Communications Act of 1934. A law enacted 76 years ago to regulate the emerging Telecommunications industry.

In our humble opinion, the FCC should not be regulating the Internet, nor should they decide what content we access, nor should they have a say in who we buy our Internet Broadband service from. We simply don't agree that the Internet is a Telecommunications service! For the FCC to treat it as such, and to regulate it using Title II of the Communications Act regulations, originally created in 1934, is somewhat ridiculous. We encourage you to let the honorable FCC chairman hear your thoughts. Our thanks go out to Senator Isakson and other Senators and legislators who are fighting hard against the "Net Neutrality" FCC ruling.

Letter From Senator Isakson

Dear Mr. Lein:
You have previously written in to my office regarding net neutrality and I wanted to provide you with an update.
Earlier today Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski decided to move forward with the implementation of net neutrality rules. I am extremely disappointed with the Chairman's decision, and I believe these unnecessary regulations will stifle innovation and be harmful to consumers.

Earlier this month I joined 29 of my Senate colleagues in sending a letter to Chairman Genachowski to express my great disappointment in his recent decision to move forward with implementing net neutrality rules. Last week I also signed on as a co-sponsor to an amendment filed by Senator Hutchinson (R-TX to prevent the Federal Communications Commission from regulating the Internet. The amendment specifically would have prohibited the FCC from using any appropriated funds "to adopt, implement, or otherwise litigate any network neutrality based rules, protocols, or standards." The amendment was also cosponsored by Senators Tom Coburn (Okla.), John Cornyn (R-Texas), Jim DeMint (R-S.C.), John Ensign (R-Nev.), John Thune (R-S.D), and Roger Wicker (R-Miss.).

In May of this year I joined more than two dozen of my Senate colleagues in sending a letter to Chairman Genachowski to express my great disappointment in his desire to classify broadband internet services as telecommunications services subject to Title II of the Communications Act of 1934. This classification will give the FCC regulatory authority over the internet and access to its content.

During a hearing on the National Broadband Plan earlier this Congress I questioned Chairman Genachowski on his intentions to reclassify and regulate the internet, and expressed to him my great concern with further regulation.
As we move into the next Congress I will work with my colleagues to block these harmful regulations.

Please find below a copy of the letters sent to Chairman Genachowski

December 15, 2010

Dear Chairman Genachowski:

You recently announced your intent to have the Federal Communications Commission impose new regulations on broadband access services at the Commission's meeting later this month. We write today to express our continued opposition to any so-called "Open Internet" rules. The Internet as an open platform for innovation is not an aspiration, it is a reality?"the United States does not need new burdensome regulations to make it so. This is an unjustified and unnecessary expansion of government control over private enterprise. We strongly urge you to abandon your decision to impose new restrictions on this important and dynamic segment of our economy.
Last year when you began the Open Internet rulemaking you promised that the process would be "transparent, fact-based, and data-driven," yet the Commission to date has provided scant evidence to justify the need for your proposed intrusion into the broadband marketplace. Consumers today use and have access to more Internet services than ever before. Even during this economic downturn, tens of billions of dollars have been invested in new broadband infrastructure. Every day, Internet entrepreneurs offer new services, applications, devices, and content to users of broadband Internet networks. There is no evidence of the sort of market failure in broadband that might require expansive new powers for the Commission.

While the rules that you are proposing will have little, if any, positive impact for consumers, they will likely reduce the potential for innovation and investment in broadband networks. Your proposal would establish the Commission as the central arbiter of which new network practices are and are not reasonable, making the Commission the gatekeeper for any future broadband innovations. This will dramatically slow the pace of that innovation and jeopardize billions of dollars of future investment into broadband networks.

You and the Commission's general counsel have admitted in published statements that the legal justification for imposing these new regulations is questionable and "has a serious risk of failure in court." That is absolutely right, because it is very clear that Congress has not granted the Commission the specific statutory authority to do what you are proposing. Whether and how the Internet should be regulated is something that America's elected representatives in Congress, not the Commission, should determine.

The Internet has flourished over the last twenty years because of, not despite, a lack of government control and involvement. If the Commission does adopt your plan to impose new regulations on the Internet, the cost of that action will be measured in investments forgone, innovations stifled, and most importantly, jobs lost. With America's economy in such a fragile state, the last thing the government needs to do is burden the private sector with more ill-advised regulatory red tape. Again, we implore you to reconsider your decision to regulate broadband services.

May 10, 2010

The Honorable Julius Genachowski
Federal Communications Commission
445 12th St S.W.
Washington, D.C. 20515

Dear Chairman Genachowski:

We are deeply disappointed by your recent announcement that you intend to reclassify broadband Internet access services as telecommunications services subject to Title II of the Communications Act of 1934. This move will deter further private sector investment in broadband networks, will negatively impact innovation, and ultimately harm consumers. We strongly encourage you to abandon this drastic action, and to continue the successful policy of leaving the Internet free from common carrier regulations.

We reject your assertion that this so-called "third-way" is a reasonable consensus approach to protect consumers and increase broadband penetration. The reality is that what you are seeking is a major shift in FCC policy that is highly controversial and has been previously rejected by Congress and both Democratic and Republican administrations. Imposing burdensome Title II regulations on broadband services will not aid in our shared goal of achieving ubiquitous broadband deployment; it will instead have a chilling effect on investment as well as network construction and enhancements in unserved areas. Turning 21st Century broadband networks into "dumb pipes" is not what will draw investment to grow jobs in the communications sector and bring high-speed broadband to every home in America.

You have previously indicated that you would rely on fact-based analysis for future rulemakings. However, in your effort to reclassify broadband services as telecommunications services, you appear to be solely relying on the unsubstantiated fear that broadband service providers may harm consumers at some future date. It also appears that you are operating under the misguided notion that there is a lack of competition among broadband service providers.
The FCC concluded in 2002, 2005, 2006, and 2007 that broadband competition was robust and further regulations were unnecessary. If anything, the market is more competitive today, and you have offered no detailed evidence to the contrary. There is scant evidence that the broadband market lacks competition or that consumers have been harmed in a manner that would warrant the heavy-handed 19th century regulations that you seek to impose on a highly competitive 21st century communications marketplace.

Furthermore, your proposal faces an insurmountable hurdle based upon the Supreme Court's opinion in FCC v. Fox Television Stations, Inc., before the agency can completely abandon its previous conclusions that broadband services are information services. A reclassification of broadband services would have to "rest[] upon factual findings that contradict those which underlay [the FCC's] prior policy," and the previous decisions "ha[ve] engendered serious reliance interests that must be taken into account." The manner in which broadband services are offered and consumed has not changed during the past twelve years in a manner that would warrant a reversal in the previous conclusions that broadband services are information services. And tens, if not hundreds, of billions of dollars have been invested in broadband networks in reliance on the classification of broadband services as information services.

It is inconceivable for the Commission to impose industry-wide rules based upon unjustified speculation about what may occur in the future, or that the Comcast-BitTorrent dispute in itself (or even in combination with the 2004 Madison River case) justify such rules. It is not too late for you to change course and recognize that now is not the time for new unprecedented regulations on broadband services. We strongly urge you to abandon your effort to regulate the Internet.


Johnny Isakson
United States Senator


Monday, November 29, 2010

Winter Time In New Mexico - Frosty & Beautiful

Winter Time In New Mexico

Winter has arrived in parts of New Mexico. The warm Summer days have melted away and the frosty cold winds of Winter are beginning to grip the State. So far, snows have been relatively lite, however, by December, Winter will pretty much be in full swing. People who live in New Mexico have come to embrace winter and many actually count these frigid months as their favorite part of the year.

Snow now covers many of the high mountain peaks. At this point the drifts aren't very deep, within a matter of a month or so, you can expect to see huge accumulations in the highest elevations.


Tuesday, October 26, 2010

New Mexico Trout Fishing

Chama River - Near Tierra Amarilla

New Mexico is home to some of the finest trout fishing anywhere in the United States. The Chama river is one of a number of streams flowing through the state that is full of native brown trout, rainbows and even holds a small quantity of cutthroat trout. The video above was taken approximately 1 mile from El Vado Lake Dam. Fishing is solid from the dam, down river for quite a few miles. My favorite times to fish are early April and September through October.

If you are interested in Fishing the river, my suggestion to you would be to contact David Cooper, owner of Coopers El Vado Ranch (http://www.elvado.com/). David has a number of rustic cabins that he rents out for a very reasonable price and a really nice strecth of river runs directly through the ranch. Interestingly enough, while my wife, parents and I were staying at the ranch a week ago, New Mexico Magazine also happened to be there photographing the river and doing an article on fly fishing, a local fishing guide and Coopers Ranch. We are subscribers to the magazine and will be excited to see how the article turns out. 

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Monday, September 6, 2010

Albuquerque Balloon Festival Is Drawing Near

Albuquerque, New Mexico Balloon Festival

The Albuquerque, New Mexico Hot Air Balloon Festival is just around the corner. The event occurs every October and is attended by thousands of hot air balloon enthusiasts from all over the world. Balloon pilots come in from all over the country to participate in this incredible event. Come to the event and you will meet a ton of hot air balloon pilots from right here in the state of New Mexico. If you've never seen it, you truly have to make the trip to Albuquerque this year to catch the action.

Prepare to see the sky above Albuquerque literally filled with colorful balloons of every shape and size. If you happen to attend this years event. Please send us some photos and your story and we will share it with our readers.

Photos courtesy of the Flyline Search Marketing Blog team.

Flyline Search Marketing is a Google Adwords Certified Partner. We are pay per click management experts. Give us a call and we can help you to begin growing your business through Google Adwords. The Adwords program is truly one of the most powerful advertising vehicles available to Albuquerque and Santa Fe area business owners.



Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Pam Russom Announces - Flyline Search Marketing now a Google Adwords Certified Partner

Flyline Search Marketing
Atlanta and Albuquerque

Pam Russom, President of Flyline Search Marketing, announced last month that Flyline Search Marketing is now a Google Adwords Certified Partner. The significance of achieving Google Adwords Certified Partner status for our firm is huge stated, Pam. Our team has been working extremely hard to meet all necessary requirements and our program designers are to be applauded for working their way through the rigorous testing program that Google requires. This was truly a team effort said, Mrs. Russom. We are so very proud to be one of the very first Google Adwords Certified Partners in the Albuquerque (Bernalillo, Corrales, Los Alamos, Rio Rancho, Sandia Heights, Santa Fe) and Atlanta (Acworth, Buford, Cumming, Dawsonville, Dahlonega, Duluth, Kennesaw, Marietta, Norcross, Roswell, Stone Moutain, Tucker and Woodstock) areas. 

To search for a Google Adwords Certified Professional in your area, follow this link: (https://adwords.google.com/professionals/search/). Google Adwords is one of the best advertising vehicles available to small, medium and large business owners. If you are trying to reach local clients, Google Adwords is a must use tool. The beauty of Adwords is the fact that you can specifically target your advertising to the precise area of town that you want to market your products and services to. In addition, you can precisely control your advertising spend, you can turn the advertising on and off on demand. You will find that Google Adwords offers so many terrific options for how to display your ads (Display Ads, Text Ads, Mobile Ads) and an incredible number of options as to where you want to display your ads (Google Search Network, Content Network, Google Partner Network, Placement Targeted Campaigns on Specific WebSites). Truly Google is a the best advertising vehicle you can use to reach and connect with, local customers in your area.

Follow This Link To View Google Adwords Certified Partners In Albuquerque


Monday, July 12, 2010

New Mexico - The Land Of Enchantment

New Mexico State Capital Building

Santa Fe, New Mexico

The State of New Mexico is progressive and growing by leaps and bounds. A number of high tech firms have moved into the state and set up operations. One of those firms is a major microchip manufacturer named "Intel." Speaking of high tech, don't forget that New Mexico also boosts the Los Alamos Laboritories as well. That facility has been involved in changing our World for many years.

The Sandia Mountain Range - Albuquerque, New Mexico

The Sandia's have long been a focal point of the city of Albuquerque, New Mexico. The mountains are so recognizable that people all over the country see them and instantly associate them with Albuquerque. If you haven't run the trail that starts near the Tramway and travels up the mountain to the summit at Sandia Peak, you simply have to do it. There is actually a foot race that is held each year that covers that same trail.

Albuquerque Hot Air Balloon Fiesta

The Albuquerque, New Mexico annual hot air balloon fiesta has become a favorite event for many folks in and around the state. Balloon pilots from all over the country descend upon the city each October to enjoy one of the Worlds best places for hot air ballooning. The winds are perfect and the terrain makes the ride worth the price of admission.

Be proud New Mexico! You have so many blessings and so much to be thankful for. There isn't a better place to live and work anywhere in the country than the state of New Mexico. We enjoy so much sharing great photos and stories from people in and around the state. Please send us your comments so that we can include them in this blog.

New Mexico Is One Beautiful Place

Thanks to the business owners in the State who have given us the opportunity to serve.

Flyline Search Marketing



Saturday, July 3, 2010

Top of the Sandia Mountains

Flyline Search Marketing CEO Mark Lein and wife Jan, enjoying some time at one of our favorite New Mexico locations (Sandia Peak). If you've never taken time to drive up to the peak, it's breathtaking! The hamburgers they serve in the little shop at the top of the mountain aren't bad either.

Take your family up the mountain for a picnik this July 4th weekend. The park offers lots of great picnik spots for people to enjoy the day and the scenary, while eating a nice picnik lunch. There are day and overnight camping spots, hiking trails and plenty of beautiful photo ops on the way up the mountain.

Happy Fourth of July!

If you decide not to hang out in the Sandia mountains above Albuquerque, may we suggest traveling another 3 hours north and hanging out in the Northern New Mexico mountains around Chama. This weekend would also be a great time to do some fishing and enjoy some great family time. Whatever you decide to do and where ever in New Mexico you happen to be, we hope that you have a truly wonderful holiday weekend.  

Friday, June 25, 2010

El Santuario de Chimayó - A Place of Healing

El Santuario de Chimayó
Chimayó, New Mexico

Just north of Santa Fe, New Mexico,  nestled in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains you will find a small church. The people of New Mexico know this church as El Santuario de Chimayó. This church is thought to hold incredible healing powers. Every year, people from all around New Mexico, in fact, from many states around New Mexico, come to this church seeking the healing power of our heavenly father. Believe me when I tell you that we truly believe that Chimayó is a healing place. There is little doubt in our mind that people who visit Chimayó, find peace, strength and healing after visiting this incredibly spiritual place. We also believe that God does in fact work miracles. Thanks be to God!

If you want to learn more about Chimayó, we encourage you to use this link to visit the web site that has been set up for the church. That web site is: (http://chimayo.us/Points.html#Santuario).

Friday, May 14, 2010

Winter Is Nearing An End In Northern New Mexico & Colorado

Northern New Mexico Winters Are Long!!

Winter appears to have finally begun to break in Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado. Temperatures are rising and the snow is slowly beginning to melt. A dear friend advised me this evening that they are expecting snow in Los Alamos this evening. Hopefully, that will be one of the last for this winter season.  

Take a look at this photo taken from Wolf Creek Pass last Summer. Ever seen anything more beautiful? Up until recently this particular pass was literally under feet of the white stuff. It won't be long now and the flowers will be blooming and the birds singing their Summer time songs. Oh I look forward to that!

My Husband Joe, daughter Cameron and I are heading for the mountains this weekend. Putting the finishing touches on a mountain cabin we have been working on in Albuquerque all winter. Having the home transported up to the mountains this weekend. Yeah! My little piece of heaven on earth.

If you would like to see more photos, send me an email to info@flylinesearchmarketing.com and I will send some great pics to you.

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Monday, April 19, 2010

Albuquerque Balloon Pilot Misses Drop Zone & Lands In Georgia?

Balloon Misses Target!

Subdivisions are not your optimum landing zone!

Ballooning in Albuquerque has become an incredibly popular thing to do. If you haven't been to the Albuquerque Balloon Festival, you simply have to attend. The event takes place in October each year. The Balloon park in Albuquerque is assessible to you year around. Guess what? They also hot air balloon in Georgia as well. Only one problem, in Georgia we have more trees than pretty much anywhere on the planet except our National Parks. Balloon pilots routinely land where-ever they can find space. Sometimes that includes landing in neighborhoods. This wayward balloon pilot brought his ship down in my next door neighbors yard. Not good. The neighbor has a really big dog! It doesn't like balloons or balloon pilots. Hit the Gas!!!

Friday, April 9, 2010

Social Media - How Important Is It?

Flyline Search Marketing

Albuquerque's Social Media Marketing Experts

Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter & Youtube

How important are these new marketing and communication tools? 

There are many schools of thought concerning the importance of using Social Media Marketing tools, like Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and Linkedin. For most people, Social Media is primarily a method of reconnecting with family and friends. Most of us that have set up Facebook accounts have now reconnected with many of our distant relatives, old friends from high school or people we worked with in previous jobs. It's really nice to swap a few emails, see some photos and to catch up on what has been going on in their lives. From a marketing perspective, these Social Media tools would seem to be present a great opportunity to increase your brand awareness, generate new in-bound links to your web site and blogs and to communicate with people in your community whom you have never met, but might want to do business with you at some point. 

Take a look at some of the Social Media sites we have set up for Flyline Search Marketing. We are finding that these sites are helping us to grow our business. We believe that our Social Media efforts will pay off greatly over the long term. We also believe that those businesses that wait to get into this new marketing arena will lose out on many great new opportunities that will flow to their competition who are using these new tools.

Contact Flyline Search Marketing at 1-866-258-5511 or 505-328-4321

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Sunday, April 4, 2010

Happy Easter Albuquerque

Happy Easter Albuquerque, New Mexico

May the grace of God our Heavenly Father shine upon you, now and for all the days of your lives!

Take a moment today to give thanks for all our many blessings.

(When you arrive at the link click view presentation. You will absolutely love it!)

Monday, March 22, 2010

Search Engine Marketing

Flyline Search Marketing

Atlanta's and Albuquerque's Premier Internet Marketing Agency

Flyline Search Marketing President, Pam Russom, will be conducting an Internet Marketing seminar on March 23, 2010 for a group of Christian business owners in the Albuquerque, New Mexico area. The presentation is scheduled for Tuesday, March 23rd at 11:00 am at the Koinonia Coffee House in Albuquerque, NM. (http://www.koinonianm.com/).

Mrs. Russom will be presenting the first in a series of Internet Marketing Strategy discussions to Believer’s in Business (BIB). This council is an established Christian business owners networking and business development group. BIB has over 40 members in the Albuquerque, New Mexico area and meets twice monthly. Membership is open to all Christian business owners. BIB membership contact is Mark Looper 505-363-6277.

The specific topic for the March 23, 2010 session is “Your website the lead machine”. The presentation will emphasize the need for building and maintaining a professionally designed website or as well like to refer to them "Your Online Store Front." Attendees will be introduced to the four critical elements of successful web site design. 1) Site Archtectue - Source Code 2) Content Strategy and Development 3) The Visual Reference Area, Site Navigation and Client Usability and 4) The Importance of your Sales Message, your Graphics and the overall Aesthetics.

Think of your web site as your online store front. Just like any department store you've ever walked into, what was your first impression? If it was postive, you likely have been back. If it was negative you likely never shopped there again. The Internet has made it easier than ever to simply walk out and never return. You have to make that all important connection with the client and not just on your home page. Unlike the traditional store front with one main entry way, your web site has many pages. Every single page is a doorway to your business with which prospective clients may enter. The average web site visitor stays on a site less than 8 seconds on average, unless something on that site draws them in. A first impression has never been so important!

Attendance at these sessions is free to BIB members. If you wish to attend please contact Mark Looper 505-363-6277 oldshepmark@gmail.com. If you are not a BIB member, but are interested in contacting Pam about conducting similar Internet Marketing seminars for your firm or group, please contact her at 505-328-4321 or email her at Pam@FlylineSearchMarketing.com.

Contact Information For Flyline Search Marketing

Main Web Site (http://www.flylinesearchmarketing.com)

CEO - Mark Lein 1-866-258-5511
President - Pam Russom 505-328-4321
Director of National Sales - Dwight Houser 1-866-258-5511

Social Media Sites

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Friday, March 12, 2010

Flyline Search Marketing - Media Buying Professionals

Flyline Search Marketing

Albuquerque's Media Buying Experts

Pam Russom is the President of Flyline Search Marketing. She and her team are located here in the Albuquerque area. Pam has an extensive background in Media Consulting and Media Buying. Most recently Pam was a member of the KRQE Television team here in Albuquerque. She is one of the most respected people in the industry and has a wonderful reputation that is well deserved. If you are seeking to grow your business via Internet or traditional media advertising, we strongly recommend you give Pam a call and give her a chance to help you evaluate your media needs and select the right media approach to fit your needs.

Contact Pam Russom at 505-328-4321

Email Pam Russom at (pam@flylinesearchmarketing.com)

Social Media Sites
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Sunday, March 7, 2010

New Mexico Loves Flyline Search Marketing

Flyline Search Marketing

Atlanta's and Albuquerque's
Premier Search Engine Marketing Firm

Why are so many Albuquerque and New Mexico based business owners moving to secure a relationship with Pam Russom and her Flyline Search Marketing team? It's because the Flyline team brings the lunch pale to work everyday. Our employees saddle up the working horses and ride hard every single day for each and every client we serve. Our Google Adwords certified program designers are the best in the business. They custom design each Google Adwords program for every client we serve.

What do you know about Pam Russom? Mrs. Russom, is the President of Flyline Search Marketing. She has worked in the Radio and Television industries for a number of years. She has also served as the Director of Marketing for local Albuquerque super firm, American Polysteel. If you haven't met Pam, she is a truly dynamic person who is best known for her creativity, brand development and media buying prowess. Give her a call at 1-866-258-5511 or visit the Flyline Search Marketing main web site to gather more information (http://www.flylinesearchmarketing.com). You can email Pam at the following email address (pam@flylinesearchmarketing.com).

Social Media Sites

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Social Media Marketing Craze Hits Albuquerque

Twitter, Linkedin, Facebook and Youtube

The Social Media Marketing craze hits Albuquerque, New Mexico like a giant marketing wave!

   Have you set up a Facebook account lately? If so, have you found it useful in reconnecting with your extended family, old friends, high school acquaintances, college fraternity brothers and sisters, or dear friends from previous jobs you have held? The author definitely has found that to be true. Facebook is like plugging back into the lives of those folks who have meant so much to us, but somehow just slipped through life’s many cracks and lost touch. I have heard from relatives I haven’t spoken with in years. Know what? I like it! Congratulations to the founders of Facebook on creating such an incredible communication tool for us all to enjoy.

   Do you have a Linkedin account? Many of you probably don’t even know what Linkedin is? If you are a business person, or simply an employee of a company, you absolutely must have a Linkedin account in Today’s complex business world. This new Social Media wave has taken the New Mexico business world by storm. Employees, Business Owners, Corporations and Business Group with similar interests are finding it easier than ever before to connect through the web. You can create a business profile that is viewable from your Linkedin profile page and display your resume, your important business links, recent blog posts, Twitter tweets and much more. Talk about generating a Viral Marketing business news buzz. Linkedin can absolutely do it!

   Any of you tried Twitter tweeting yet? Please tell me that you have a Twitter account. Twitter is an incredible tool that has many uses. The best part about the Twitter craze is that Google and the other search engines really love the Twitter site. For those who play by the rules and handle their Twitter accounts in a personal way (None Automated Approach), you are finding that Google in particular is rewarding you with a page rank for your Twitter URL. That is huge in our minds and speaks volumes to the power of the Twitter site.

   Do you have a Youtube account? Have you ever watched a Youtube video? One of the fastest growing forms of Internet media in the world is video. Don’t understand how to use Youtube? Visit the Flyline Search Marketing Youtube channel and see how we have chosen to play. Our goal with our videos is to provide value to our channel subscribers. We deliver beautiful outdoor footage from some of the most incredible places in America. Again, our approach is give you something that is worthy of your time and brings real value to your life. We see some who try the hard sell marketing video approach, but we just don’t feel like that is the right formula. Youtube is more about giving than receiving in our minds. Videos are great for community service opportunities, sharing nature and providing access to pertinent information that leaves your viewer better informed.

   The Albuquerque business community is beginning to hear noise about the new Social Media Marketing wave. The problem most New Mexico area business owners having is, one, they don’t understand the new media, two, they don’t know how to set up these accounts, three, they don’t understand which accounts they should use and four, they don’t know how to use these new marketing tools to generate business leads or to drive increased brand awareness for their products and services. That is where Flyline Search Marketing comes in. Our firm is a full service Internet Marketing Agency. We have Social Media specialists on staff to help our clients effectively navigate the new Social Media landscape. Flyline Search Marketing President “Pam Russom,” is located in Albuquerque and she and her team cover Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Los Alamos, Corrales, Bernalillo, Rio Rancho and many other communities in and around the State.

   For more information about Social Media Marketing, Pay Per Click advertising, Search Engine Optimization for your web site and other Internet Marketing topics, please contact Pam at 505-328-4321. You can also call our main office at 1-866-258-5511 or visit our web site at (http://www.flylinesearchmarketing.com/).

Catch The Social Media Marketing Wave!

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Monday, January 11, 2010

Why Use Social Media?

Flyline Search Marketing is a full service marketing agency offering Pay Per Click management, Search Engine Optimization, Social Media Marketing, Web Site Design, Streaming Video Production, Media Consulting and Media Buying.

We read a Linkedin in comment today from a contact indicating they felt Social Media Marketing was ineffective at driving business. At the same time we received the message below on Linkedin from another connection offering his Tax return services to our firm. Who do you think is right? The naysayer or the social marketing astute CPA?

It is Tax time

From: E Philip Bailey
Date: January 11, 2010
To: Mark Lein
You and E Philip Bailey share a network or group.

Hello group fellow,

We share eMarketing Association group. Since we are from Atlanta area, I thought I should introduce myself as Tax Advisor. I have dealt with small business and personal taxation for over 20 years, helping my clients achieve success and minimize taxes through planning and execution. I provide tax and accounting services for both businesses and individuals. If you need any tax advice on corporate/personal tax matter, I can offer you a free 30-minute consultation regarding your tax and financial situation. I want to be your trusted tax adviser. If you like, we can connect. Here is my email epbailey@gmail.com or provide me email address, I will send you invite.

Thank you for your time and looking forward to hear from you!

Phil Bailey
Phone: 770-595-7645

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