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SEO success….what does it look like?

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  • 03 Mar 2010
Hi all, I’ve been doing a lot of speaking lately around Orange County to various businesses, and I’m seeing a lot of confusion, disconnection, and plain chaos when it comes to SUCCESSFUL online marketing. Inquiring minds want to know…just what does a successful online marketing campaign DO? And how will it generate me $$$? And,

Ornament Storage Boxes Now On Sale At Sterling Pear

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  • 05 Jan 2010
Now that the holidays are over and the new year is underway people have turned their attention to a great many other things. For some however the holiday season continues to linger as their home remains decorated for a season that has passed. Taking down decorations can be a daunting task and requires even more

12 Days of Christmas – The Gabriel Project Offers Heartfelt Hope

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  • 24 Dec 2009
This 12 Days post presents a portrait of The Gabriel Project. One of the primary goals of the organization is to provide life-saving heart surgery to children in areas where such operations aren’t available. Since being founded in 1990, the Gabriel Project has raised money to bring hundreds of third world children to the United

12 Days of Christmas – Laura’s House Gives the Gift of Caring

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  • 24 Dec 2009
The 12 Days post for today shines a spotlight on Laura’s House, a place of refuge, caring, and comfort for countless Orange County residents. Founded in 1994, Laura’s House provides shelter, support, and education to women and children who have been victims of domestic violence. The institution is the only state-approved comprehensive domestic violence agency

12 Days of Christmas – The Ed Colina Foundation – a Journey to a Better Life

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  • 23 Dec 2009
The 12 Days of Christmas post for today offers a snapshot of the Ed Colina Foundation. Begun in 2009, the organization strives to offer food, water, medical help, and a host of other services to the needy, concentrating particularly on Africa. The members of the foundation consider their efforts a kind of journey to a

12 Days of Christmas – Portland Finds a New Hope

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  • 22 Dec 2009
Today’s 12 Days of Christmas post focuses on Project Hope. Based in Portland, Oregon, the renowned organization is dedicated to providing a wide range of help services to at-risk young people between the ages of 15-20. For this group, hope seems as far away as the most distant galaxy. The vast majority have no education,

12 Days of Christmas – Give The Gift of Clean Water with AWayToHelp.org

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  • 21 Dec 2009
Today’s 12 days of Christmas post features AWay to Help – a dedicated Orange County charity that travels to Uganda to give the gift of clean water. Many people aren’t aware that one of the deadliest problems in third world countries is dirty water. Disease, sickness, and bacteria is transferred in bad water and it

12 Days of Christmas – Meet the San Felipe Humanitarian Alliance!

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  • 20 Dec 2009
Todays 12 Days post goes out to a little known charity with a big heart – San Felipe Humanitarian Alliance. The Alliance is dedicated to providing global relief and rehabilitation services for children and their communities affected by poverty, conflict and disaster. Just a few of SFHA’s accomplishments: “First Things First” program helped displaced mothers

12 Days of Christmas – Mothers Against Drunk Driving Needs Support!

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  • 12 Dec 2009
Today’s 12 Days of Christmas post comes from Desiree Garcia, with MADD of Orange County. Desiree is one of the strongest and coolest girls we know, we are blessed to have met her 🙂 We are not all mothers, and we are not all victims. We are grandparents, fathers, brothers, sisters, children, relatives and friends.

12 Days of Christmas – Orangewood Children’s Foundation

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  • 11 Dec 2009
Today’s 12 days of Christmas post is dedicated to Orangewood Children’s Foundation, and all they do for the foster youth of Orange County. Many of you may not this, know but our own CFO was a foster youth and spent time at Orangewood, so this foundation is very close to our hearts 🙂 Orangewood has

12 Days of Christmas – Support Our Troops with American Soldier Network

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  • 09 Dec 2009
Today’s 12 Days of Christmas post is dedicated to our devoted and brave troops! Have you thanked a soldier lately??? If not, you may want to say thank you to Orange County non profit the American Soldier Network, because they are doing it for you. Throughout the year, The American Soldier network tirelessly holds fundraisers

12 Days of Christmas – Susan G. Komen Orange County

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  • 04 Dec 2009
We all know and love a few wonderful women…mothers, grandmothers, sisters, cousins. Today’s 12 days of Christmas blog post is dedicated to Susan G Komen, and all they do for Breast Cancer Awareness! Today, there was a community breakfast held where $900,000 in grants were awarded to local OC companies who help support and promote

12 Days of Christmas – Laguna Hills Animal Hospital ‘Pets in Need’ Fund

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  • 03 Dec 2009
Hi everyone! Today’s 12 Days of Christmas post features our furry friend advocates over at Laguna Hills Animal Hospital. This Saturday, December 5th, the animal hospital is having a Holiday Bazaar from 8am to 3pm. The festivities include a silent auction and bake sale where proceeds will be MATCHED by Dr Acton himself, and put
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