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Sunday, March 27, 2011

Vampire Diaries Stars Film at Amicalola Falls State Park

Vampire Diaries
Stefan and Elena

Vampire Diaries Stars, Paul Wesley and Nina Dobrev, film a sunset scene for an upcoming epidsode of Vampire Diaries set to aire in early April 2011. The cast normally films in their main Decatur, Georgia film studies, but, has also shot scenes in a number of other states. As the film industry in Albuquerque, New Mexico continues to grow, don't be surprised if the Vampires show up in our state to do some filming before long. We also have some pretty awesome sunsets!  

Here are more photos from the filming session. It will be interesting to see how the actual scene appears in the TV series. Check it out in a week or so. In the series, Paul Wesley (Stefan Salvatore) plays the role of good Vampire and doesn't seek to prey on humans. That is left to his evil counterpart, Ian Somerhalder (Damon Salvatore). The main female character in the show is Nina Dobrev who plays the part of Elena Gilbert. 

The film crew picked an incredible spot to film the scene. The sunsets from the top of Amicalola Falls State Park are pretty phenominal. Amicalola park is used as a jump off point for thru hikers hoping the hike the 2,000 plus miles from Springer Mountain, Georgia to Katahdin, Maine.


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Monday, March 21, 2011

Social Media Cops and Robbers

For the past several years, people have been proclaiming the arrival of social media as a world-changing technology. Much like the invention of radio, and later television, social media sites are not only changing the way that people receive information, but they’re also changing the way that people live. This much is a given.
But, did it ever dawn on you that social media could actually have the power to save lives? Before you scoff and click away, consider for a moment the leaps and bounds that the Albuquerque Police Department has made by taking to Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and the blogosphere in their crime fighting efforts.

According to Albuquerque Police Chief Ray Schultz, utilizing social media has allowed law enforcement agencies everywhere to take the traditional “Wanted” poster to new and previously unimagined levels – giving local police the tools necessary to immediately communicate with citizens through Twitter posts and Facebook updates in a way that previously might have taken days or even weeks to do through traditional channels. That's definitely bad news for bad guys but definitely good news for the good guys.

Watching local police departments turn to social media outlets as a way to increase their effectiveness is an inspiring sight that should serve to effectively put to bed the arguments of social media marketing naysayers who declare, “It won’t work for me.” The bottom line is that if the police department can make use of social media outlets, any business can. It may take a little bit of creativity and some thinking outside of the box to accomplish, but cyberspace is certainly not the exclusive territory of high tech corporations and online marketers.

Sure, not every business owner was blessed with the kind of creativity that’s sometimes required to run an effective social media campaign – and there are plenty of small businesses out there that have effectively cut their legs off because of an aversion to cyberspace that can only be described as mystifying. Fortunately, if you don’t know how to go about getting a web presence, you can always hire someone to do that for you. Just as you don’t have to be an electrical engineer to flip a light switch, you don’t have to be fluent in techno-speak to be able to utilize social media channels and the internet to promote your business.

Albuquerque Internet Marketing is a local company that offers social media marketing packages and can implement internet marketing strategies to significantly improve your company’s profile, regardless of your size or what type of business you’re in. If your company relies on customers, your company needs a website and a social media profile. Albuquerque Internet Marketing can handle that for you. For more information, visit www.albuquerqueinternetmarketing.blogspot.com.

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

The Top 3 Reasons Your Business Needs a Website

Flyline Search Marketing

Google Adwords Certified Partner - Website Design

Websites Are Mission Critical To The Success Of Your Business

Do you have an effective website working for your business? Folks, it is 2011 and in today's busy world, most people shopping for goods and services, like those offered by your firm, are doing so on Google, Yahoo & Bing. Flyline Search Marketing is an Internet Marketing Agency. We do a considerable amount of media consulting and research for our clients. We remind our clients everyday that their website serves as their online store front. Your website is first and sometimes only potential touch point with new prospective clients. Are you proud of your website? If not, we encourage you to consider a redesign. First impressions are mission critical in the Internet arena. Statistics show that people spend less than 8 seconds looking at the average website. How long are they viewing yours?

I know you have probably had a ton of website design people harping at you about building a new site. You’ve probably heard it before. You might even be sick and tired of hearing it. If you are a business owner, operating in the Albuquerque, Bernalillo, Carlsbad, Corrales, Espanola, Farmington, Las Cruces, Los Alamos or Santa Fe areas, the truth is you absolutely must utilize a website to reach your prospective clients. People you used to reach via your Yellow Pages ad, simply aren't using that media anymore. Not all, but, many have now switched over to the Internet. It's faster and a more effective way to shop. Here are 3 solid reasons why you need to invest in either an updated or new website.

Increase Accessibility & Visibility Of Your Firm

Imagine how poorly your business might have done 20 years ago if you didn’t include your phone number in your Yellow Page ad. Even though some people would arguably have seen your ad, many would have found it very difficult to do business with you without your phone number. By including your phone number you effectively increased your firms accessibility. If you were really smart 20 years ago, you also bought some radio, newspaper and magazine advertising to go with your Yellow Page ad. That way you increased your chances of being seen by shoppers in your area. The combination of multiple media visibility and clear contact information generally produced a winning formula.  

A website in today's world has the same critical importance. Statistics clearly show that shoppers are quickly migrating away from traditional print media like Yellow Pages, Newspapers and Magazines. While some still use Radio, statistics are clear there as well showing that the radio audience is also diminishing. An effective website is now mission critical. It creates that all important first impression and allows for the accessibility and visibility your firm needs. The vast majority of shoppers in markets like Albuquerque, Rio Rancho, Sandia Heights, Santa Fe and Corrales are now using the Internet to shop. If you have a poorly designed website or simply don't have one at all, you really need to take action immediately. Having a website is today’s high tech marketplace is equivalent of being listed in the phone book, with the notable exception that it’s now much easier to use an online search engine than it used to be to thumb through the Yellow Pages.

Round-the-Clock Hours of Operation

When you have a website, it operates 24/7. Even if your website isn’t designed with any other purpose in mind than to let both existing and potential customers know how to get ahold of you, or to give information about the services you offer, its purpose is well served. Think of it as a round-the-clock online billboard that customers in nearby communities will see every time they go online and Google search an item or topic related to the goods and services you supply.

Branding - Name Recognition

Let’s face it, phone numbers aren’t exactly catchy. We remember them when we have to (and sometimes forget them when we desperately need them) but it’s word association that really gets stuck in our brains. With a website address – especially one that’s easy to remember and is associated with your company name – your customers will never have a tough time remembering how to find you.

There’s a big difference between being actively involved in e-commerce and simply having an online presence. If you’re intimidated by the prospect or find it’s something you just don’t have the time to tackle, contact a local internet professional and find out what it’ll take to get your company onto the world wide web.

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