Life is Twitterific: Twitter and how to effectively use it for traffic.

Balloon Animals Featured Blog Post, by Balloon Artist Dale Obrochta

Maybe you have been living in a hole and havn’t seen Twitter yet, but if your in the real world you have heard of this GIANT of Web2.0. Twitter is a powerhouse of content. With it you can track ongoing trends worldwide. You can use resources to find localized people who are potential clients. You … Read more

Tips On Writing An Article People Will Read

Balloon Animals Featured Blog Post, by Balloon Artist Dale Obrochta

Have you ever suffered from writers block? I have, I actually have been having a hard time coming up with unique things to talk about in these 10 articles. Article writing is a crucial part of keeping your site healthy and demanding that search engines come back often . By writing and submitting articles on … Read more

Recap of Day One: 100 Articles in October

Balloon Animals Featured Blog Post, by Balloon Artist Dale Obrochta

Boy the first day is the hardest.  Checking, double check, and even triple checking to make sure everything goes as planned.  I had enjoyed reading Patricia Bunnell How to Make a Rat with a Chef’s Hat, which is a great balloon design.  I think I will use it for my restaurant this Halloween, just remove … Read more

Website Basics for Entertainers

Balloon Animals Featured Blog Post, by Balloon Artist Dale Obrochta

I have a few recommended best practices for you to be thinking about while developing your website. These are basic and will help you build a powerful website that ranks well. These are the basics for all websites and before we can dig into some of the more fun topics this must be covered. 1. … Read more

SEO Guru writes for 100 Articles in October

Balloon Animals Featured Blog Post, by Balloon Artist Dale Obrochta

Michael Clay, an online marketing consultant, owns Marketing Master Groups which specializes in generating targeted traffic to your site for a minimum 30% growth. See www.marketingmastergroup.com . “I’ve been a geek my whole life,” Clay said. “By the time I graduated high school I had started and sold a computer company.” In addition, the last … Read more