Dale started writing and proofreading at a very young age, after school in his parents newspaper. Corporate career, numerous awards and recognition followed. Dale writes now to inform, uplift and entertain.
Flashes of Brilliance - Paid Search
We've covered Social Media and Online Video marketing in previous articles. This is the third in a set of three articles designed to help you with your online marketing. Paid Search is the third priority in marketing budgets for the next 2-3 years. In this article we'll explain what Paid Search is and how to use it.
Flashes of Brilliance - Online Video Marketing
To continue on our journey through the top internet marketing tools and tactics, this article looks at Online Video Marketing. To refresh from our last post, this is often mentioned as the second among the top 3 types of digital and internet marketing. And in practice videos and video advertising have branched out beyond YouTube. You will see video ads now on almost every major social media platform.
Flashes of Brilliance and How to Make More Money Online
We know a lot more now about St Elmo’s fire than the ancient sailors who named the phenomenon. According to the American Heritage Dictionary St Elmo’s Fire is “A visible and sometimes audible electric discharge projecting from a pointed object, such as the mast of a ship or the wing of an airplane, during an electrical storm. First identified as an electrical phenomenon by Benjamin Franklin in 1749, St. Elmo's fire is a bluish-white plasma caused by the release of electrons in a strong electric field (200 or more volts per cm); the electrons have enough energy to ionize atoms in the air and cause them to glow. The phenomenon appears near pointed objects because electrical fields generated by charged surfaces are strongest where curves are sharpest. It is named after St. Elmo, the patron saint of mariners, as the phenomenon was often observed by sailors during thunderstorms at sea.”
The Last Viking
Sitting on his bed made of soft forest moss and pine, Ulf finally removed his helmet. After such a brutal day his ears were still ringing a little. The sounds of sword on sword and axe on armor reminded him of this day's journey. Gingerly removing his chest armor to protect bruised ribs, Ulf let out a howl fitting for his name, the wolf. Glancing up at the carving hanging on the wall, Ulf noted the wolves Geri and Freki sitting at Odin’s side.