Posts Tagged ‘Hamilton’

Be on the look out, 2012 will begin a new blog called 365 days of prosperity!

Each day there will be a new blog sharing info about how to live a life in peace and prosperity.
my hopes is to get lots of feedback and people talking about it.

And the end result being that it will inspire people to act upon what was said or atlas make us think.
I am not a religious person by any means, just thought I’d share that. What I am is a person that believes
if you live a good life with good intentions, inspire others that no matter what your religion might be
you can follow.

There are no walls to which you go and worship, because the world is the ‘church’ – your life is the ‘cup’
and your heart and soul is the ‘temple’ that should be considered sacred.

But again, I do not preach, I only do what I do, it is up to you.


Promoting a Video

  • The keyword for the success of any online marketing video is “submitting“. The best choices are video hosting sites like YouTubeYahoo! Videos, or Google Videos. The main advantages are that your videos will be hosted for free and they will not take up any of your site’s bandwidth.
  • Share your videos. If you really want to make yourself known, allow users to be able to link to your videos. Viral marketing videos are the best way to make companies (and, subsequently, their products/services) known across quite vast Internet user communities. They carry a company’s name across the Web at far greater speeds than any other marketing tool in existence.
  • Don’t forget to add such phrases as “Tell a friend” or “Visit our Web site” at the end of your video


Stay Humble

Social media beginners often try to quickly establish themselves as “experts” within their field, but they have nothing to back it up. (For example, search for “social media experts” on Twitter. You’ll find many with only a handful of followers. Shouldn’t an “expert” have more?)

As with anything in life, nobody likes a know-it-all. Be humble. Ask questions. Teach, but don’t preach. Let others do the hyping for you. And they will if you’re helpful and humble.

Provide excellent content

Take some time to think about your ideal viewer.  What do you know that they’ll find valuable?  What can you teach them?  “How-to” videos are extremely successful because not only do they offer great value to your viewer, but also you’re able toshowcase your knowledge and skill, thus positioning yourself as an expert.  This is key as you continue to grow your brand.



Write blog content for your target audience, which is not necessarily yourself. 

This happens with startups a lot. They blog about being entrepreneurs, which is great – if your target audience is entrepreneurs. Blog about the things that your community wants to know about. (Source: Mark Suster)

FX Channel released this year a new series entitled “American Horror Story”. This show follows a family of 3 who moves into L.A most haunted and notorious mansions called the “Murder House”

I was kind of late in the season started to watching it, one night I watched 8 consectective episodes in a row in order to just get up to speed with this new show. The first episode was kinda lark, I wasn’t expecting anything great and I was trying to fall asleep. What I found however, was the complete opposite. In the end I was completely sadden by the fact that I was all caught up and had to wait till the following week to find out what happened.

This show is absolutely amazing with very fancy technique’s and cliff hanger’s, plot twist and turns that has been making my head spin from the first episode. The storyline of the show follows

the 3 family members who move into a haunted mansion called “The Murder House”. As they get settled into their beautiful new home the slowly get introduced to the neighbors and other house roommates thing’s become awkward and very terrifiying. Which drives the family a part and insane!
Within each episode a history lesson is told about the back story on each of the older roommates that still roam around the grounds of this historic mansion.

It is one of the newest most watched shows on television, aside from “Walking Dead” its the next biggest series, and also has a huge following on twitter, facebook and google+ connecting with fans is something this show does really well in entertaining and engaging.

The last episode which aired this past wednesday was the tipping pot to the series, highly anticipating the last half of this series which will be amazing!
I highly recommend watching this series if you can and catch up because you won’t want to miss the second half.

Dreams will cease to be Dreams when you invest in the right people to Educate, Engage, and Inspire

If you noticed today while browsing the world wide web you’ll notice the link

at the below the search bar. This link will lead you to a section for Google to share how they gave back in 2011.


“At Google, philanthropy is a core value. This year we gave more than $100 million to various organizations around the world — including $40 million in grants that celebrate the giving season by supporting four causes that we consider particularly important: science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education; girls’ education; empowerment through technology; and fighting human trafficking and modern-day slavery.


We invite you to celebrate the giving season along with us by learning about these organizations, the great work they’re doing, and how you can support them.”

I believe more tech companies in Hamilton, Ontario will be following the same suit in 2012. It is one thing I’ve noticed about our great city is how clusters of the community are able

to come together for a good intention to create a better Hamilton. The larger a company with world wide success the bigger the city grows with it just from the volunteer’s who have started up communities to better the Art, Technology, Start-Up, Food and Truck industry has been overwhelming to see!

Predictions for 2012 in the Technology industry

• I believe the build for tomorrow’s future will be slow but a straight line all the way to the top

• I believe more than a few companies will soon relocate from the surrounding cities to come to Hamilton, and they will bring new insight to help the communities as a whole.

• I believe the City of Hamilton will approve of a building designated in the downtown area for Co-op Start-Up for development in technology.

within this co-op the start-up’s will flourish  with success from their hard work. But within the individual co-op whom will converse about ideas

will develop something that revolutionizes the way we look at life.