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The Social Media of Gaming: Part III – Farmville Saves the World?

Posted by Greg Kellerman and Jeff Hayes on September 10, 2010 in Health and Wellness


In Parts I & II of this series, The Social Media of Gaming: Part I – Grabbing a Slice and The Social Media of Gaming: Part II – Games Within Social Media,…

Gaming as a vehicle for getting things done.

Six Key Business Principles I Learned from My 6-Year-Old

Posted by Tim Holdsworth on September 9, 2010 in Business


At our recent garage sale my entrepreneurial (and highly independent) 6-year-old set up a lemonade stand on the driveway. I watched with interest as she exhibited six key business principles — without…

A lemonade stand plus one 6-year-old provide some business insight.

How Does Your Clutter Stack Up?

Posted by Jamie Schwerdtfeger on September 6, 2010 in Health and Wellness


Clutter is:  The boxes you never quite got to after the move; those piles of paper that keep getting bigger; those “things” you just had to have that now fill your basement. …

Is clutter a problem for everyone?

How’s Your Customer Service?

Posted by Tim Holdsworth on August 11, 2010 in Business


We all experience it on a daily basis – customer service. Good, bad or indifferent, we all tend to have long memories about how we’ve been treated by a business and are…

How is your customer service?

Behave Yourself, Please

Posted by Jamie Schwerdtfeger on August 6, 2010 in Community


As parents, we can only hope that our constant nagging of say please, thank you, excuse me will be remembered when our children are away from home. I know at my house…

Please behave: Lessons required of parents

The Social Media of Gaming: Part II – Games Within Social Media

Posted by Greg Kellerman on July 29, 2010 in Social Media


Everyone knows somebody who plays one.  From Farmville to Family Feud, moms, dads, and kids are playing these simple games to pass time, sometimes to relax after work and sometimes even at…

Games within social media

Small Business Bullies?

Posted by Jeff Hayes on July 21, 2010 in Business


The AT&T Yellow Pages folks who service Northeast Wisconsin paid our company an unintended compliment a couple of weeks ago when they shut down one of our clients’ websites by mistake —…

Expensive lessons for a small business owner.

Does a Small Business Really Need a Website?

Posted by Tim Holdsworth on July 15, 2010 in Digital Marketing


Does a small business really need a website? For many the answer is “yes, of course.” However, the reality is that 55 percent of small business owners don’t have a website. Yes,…

Yes, all businesses do need a website.

Health and Wellness in the Workplace

Posted by Jamie Schwerdtfeger on July 7, 2010 in Health and Wellness


How healthy is your company? With increasing healthcare costs and more evidence supporting health conscious programs more companies are implementing health and wellness strategies. Also, now that Wisconsin is the 26th state…

A picture of bluebirds, captured by Tammie Schmidt

The Social Media of Gaming: Part I – Grabbing a Slice

Posted by Greg Kellerman on June 28, 2010 in Social Media


E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) is upon us once again and fans of video games worldwide are sneaking a peak in their offices at the countless presentations and articles popping up across the…

At the start of the EA conference in 2010.