Whether it's through print media, large-scale presentations, social media campaigns, or one-on-one chats, Eileen loves to help her clients craft and share their message. When she has a little down time, Eileen enjoys playing tennis and golf, writing for the local paper, serving with the youth at church, and playing board games with her rather large family.
Where I find my inspiration: 1.5 mile runs
Most-visited website: google. Does that count?
What I'm reading now: The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up
What I sing in the shower: There is Sunshine in My Soul
Something you don't know about me: I have a really wimpy yelling voice
You won't find me without... an idea
Web content. Corporate training. Local Search Optimization. Presentations. Marketing strategies. White papers. Business plans. Newspaper and magazine articles. Requests for proposals. Technical documentation. Process analysis, improvement and training. Story telling. Poetry and fiction. They're all powered by words ... and Dave loves words! Whether it's for international corporations such as Microsoft, Boeing, T-Mobile, Kimberly-Clark, ATT and others, or for small customers such as organic hair salons, startup software companies, or health care practitioners, Dave enjoys helping his clients discover and share their messages.
To relax, he writes poetry (CyranoWriter.Wordpress.com), and works around his fixer-upper house he just bought out in the middle of a hickory tree-covered hill in the middle of nowhere, northwest Georgia (especially in the garden). When it rains or is too hot out, he does family history research, and cheers for Wisconsin, Seattle and USA sports teams.
Where I find my inspiration: Everywhere. I write observational poetry, so everything inspires me.
Most-visited website: Facebook, but I'm trying to cut back
What I'm reading now: A book about changing the world through showing your light (by Marnie Pehrson), and the Scriptures.
What I sing in the shower: An die Freude (Ode to Joy) -- Beethoven's 9th Symphony, 4th Movement
Something you don't know about me: I am an NFL owner (I own 1 share of the Green Bay Packers) and have a cheesehead because I am one
You won't find me without... A desire to look on the bright side of everything
Marnie started out as a computer trainer and consultant back in 1990, got online in 1994 and built the first article marketing directory back in 1998. She's been helping people get their messages out online ever since. She is the author of 25 fiction and nonfiction titles. Her skills include teaching others how to build online businesses, self-publishing, WordPress sites, content marketing, social media marketing, and Facebook advertising.
Where I find my inspiration: Life, the lessons are everywhere
Most-visited website: Facebook
What I'm reading now: A friend's manuscript
What I sing in the shower: "Little Black Dress" by Sara Bareilles
Something you don't know about me: I have a secret dream of creating a living/working/networking community for single moms who want to run their own businesses ... complete with apartments, conference rooms, office space, computer centers and training for their businesses.
You won't find me without... My phone
A Hershey native, John has been in the commercial print industry since he was barely 8 years old! Having lived in Hershey all his life, he knows the entire town and we affectionately refer to him as “Mayor.” While John knows Hershey, he knows the mechanics of printing inside and out. When he isn’t shooting the breeze with his many close customers and friends, you can find him around town with his wife Gina, or cheering on the Green Bay Packers.
Where I find my inspiration: My friends
Most-visited website: Bleacher Report
What I'm reading now: I read what I print all day so anything more than that is just bonus.
What I sing in the shower: Whatever is in the top 40, I am sadly probably singing it.
Something you don't know about me: I replace all my shoelaces with “Yankz” because I don’t like to tie them.
You won't find me without... My wife.
With a diverse twenty-year background in writing, editing, and publishing, Jason Liller