The year 2013 is sure to be one of exciting opportunities, and iShopMedia of Northeast Ohio is working to get a jump start by promoting a number of job openings to interested and qualified individuals. For those of you in the Stark County, Ohio; Summit County, Ohio; Tuscarawas County, Ohio; and Cuyahoga County, Ohio areas, iShopMedia will be hosting a job fair on Wednesday, January 23rd at their office in Canal Fulton, Ohio. iShopMedia has a number of positions available, including sales jobs, marketing jobs, customer service jobs, telemarketing jobs, and blogging jobs.
Being a business owner in the Medina, Ohio area, you most likely have some competition from other companies who offer similar products and services. So, how do you advertise your business in order to bring in more customers and push out your Wadsworth, Ohio and Brunswick, Ohio rivals? By contacting the staff at iShopMedina.com, of course! This Medina County, Ohio company offers various ways for you to extend your reach throughout the entire region. For instance, if you want to increase your web presence, iShopMedina can offer blogging services to get you better search results!
Here is a question that we hear everyday from potential clients, “Why is Link Building Important?”.
The answer is simple. Search engines, like humans, make judgements based upon those individuals or sites we are associated with. Search Engine “bots”, also called spiders, rely on links to find new web pages. On blogs these “bots” are constantly looking for new content to bring back to add to their databases to help Internet users find what they are looking for. These “bots” use links between sites to crawl from page to page to find web content. Databases like Google are hungry for new content so their “bots”, or spiders, are always looking for more sites to digest. Continue reading →
Look for tantalizing food descriptions, so good you can taste and smell the flavors, in upcoming restaurant reviews on iShopBlogz.com. Our reviewers will traverse northeast Ohio in search of the best eateries to be found, and will report with rapture (when they find deserving delicacies) in titillating detail that will tempt your appetite and treat you to an inside look into the creation of local culinary delights.
In the 1950s Americans weren’t patronizing local restaurants like they do today. During that not-so-long-ago golden age of stay at home moms we were only spending about 25% of our grocery money to eat out. That statistic has doubled as today nearly one half of our food budget is spent at local eateries. America’s restaurants are currently the second largest private-sector employer in the country with one in 10 American workers reporting to restaurants. The Ohio restaurant industry also commands its own respect as an economic force by having projected $16 billion dollars in sales during 2011. Continue reading →