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The purpose of this site . . .

is to share information with those who wish to learn more about promoting themselves online and driving more traffic to their sites using content marketing, networking, social media, search engine optimization, and blogging.

Announcing – DLF Digital Services

I’ve recently launched a digital services and marketing agency – DLF Digital Services. I wanted to invite all my friends here to visit the site and, if you’d like to sign up for free blog updates while you’re there, we’ll be sharing information about how to market your services, your products, and yourself online. I’m also preparing to launch a podcast that will also share marketing tips, industry news, etc.

There’s also a FREE gift waiting for you over at DLF Digital Services – the FREE Small Business Marketing Guide. Head on over, browse around and see if you need any of the services we provide, and grab your copy of the free marketing guide while you’re there.

Have a very merry Christmas and a blessed and prosperous new year!

Wandering Along

I’ve wandered down many paths in life. Sometimes I was lost. Sometimes I was wandering. Many times I was lost in wonder.

Photo Notes: This pic was taken when my daughter took a trip up the East Coast in 2009. Mount Vernon was one of our favorite stops, and this pic is one of the favorites from my Mount Vernon shots.

Sunsets and Friendship

C.S. Lewis once said “You can’t get a cup of tea big enough or a book long enough to suit me.” Well, it’s quite possible that one can’t find enough C.S. Lewis quotes to suit me. So today’s inspirational image shares another one. This one on friendship, which I placed on a sunset photo. Friendship and sunsets – two things that make life worth the effort!

Photo Note: I was driving in Michigan’s UP, along Lake Superior, when I noticed this amazing sunset in the rear view mirror. The sun was nearly set by the time I found a safe place to pull over and set up for the shot. That’s the Keweenaw Peninsula shadowed under the clouds. The shot was taken in June 2008. (Click to enlarge.)