Archives for Meaghan McCann

Podcast: March 31, 2012

Show Notes:

  • Online Review Sites (e.g.Yelp) and Reputation Management: Emily Hay, Internet Advisor Social Media Expert and Founder of Hay There Social Media. Check out the new Social Media Tab at the top of the homepage.
  • Dealing with Bad Word of Mouth: Andy Sernovitz, of Word of Mouth, author, teacher and expert of the power of Word of Mouth marketing.  What happens when the bad mouthing starts?
  • The Power of Google Pages: Meaghan McCann reports on an upcoming workshop on how to get your business “on the map” with Google Pages.

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Pay Per Click Club Meeting Aug. 3 in Livonia

On the Internet Advisor 7/24 program Meaghan McCann mentioned a free seminar on helping to get your website advertising to work better for you.  Here is the information on the upcoming meeting.

The website is

Date: August 3, 2010

Time: 6:00 – 900 pm

Place: EMU-Livonia, Room 425

Who: Any small business owner who needs to create or improve the performance of their online ads.

What: Monthly meeting to give small business owners a place to learn online advertising, share their frustrations and celebrate their successes.

Why: 1. Because support is not readily available and 2. Advertisers make mistakes that are costing them big!

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Podcast: June 19, 2010

Recently one of the guys noted that we haven’t heard women’s perspectives on tech themes in a while and this weekend we intend to take a step toward remedying that oversight.  This week, Gary Baker, Ed Rudel and Cal Carson welcome Rachel Kelly, a specialist in Social Networking and Meaghan McCann who is an expert in AdWords/AdSense.  Both of these ladies are associates of Vince Chmielewski, our frequent tech contributor and web site designer.  Rachel shows us how to use tools like Facebook and Linked-in to increase your outreach while Meaghan talks about the nuts and bolts of making a website work for you. 

Also with us this week is Ron Stefanski, Captain of Tres Joli, a 38’ Beneteau sailboat. Ron tells how he used Facebook to keep his friends informed, in real time, of his adventures last week as he sailed from Lake Charlevoix around the mitten of Michigan to Toledo Beach in Lake Erie.  He describes it as seeing Michigan at five miles per hour.  Some friends even got on harbor webcams for a live view of the skipper and his crew as they prepare to disembark on the next segment of this journey.   …

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