Archive for the ‘Client News’ Category

Kudos to Coach Chrissy Carew

Wednesday, April 28th, 2010

Congratulations to client Chrissy Carew for her article which was posted in the Podium Sports Journal today (April 28, 2010)!

Chrissy Carew is a personal and business coach, and the Founder and Head Coach of the Insightful Player™, a bold movement of hope. The Insightful Player website is where high-integrity people such as current and former NFL players share their inspirational stories and interviews in an effort to lift the spirit of all, especially children.

Visit the Insightful Player™ website.

Learn more about Chrissy Carew’s personal and business coaching.

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Four FREE nights at a Four Seasons in Hawaii Up for Grabs!

Wednesday, December 2nd, 2009

Client News… Adventures Online’s client, Linda Tatten of Travel by Tatten is running an outrageous draw!

If your entry is chosen, you get FOUR nights FREE at a Four Seasons of YOUR CHOICE in Hawaii. (There are 4 Four Seasons on three different islands.) All you have to do is answer 4 questions about the Four Seasons and you will be entered into the drawing. The answers are in Linda’s blog. It can’t get any easier!

Each adult in your household can enter (One entry per person, NOT one entry per household).

THERE ARE NO TRICKS or Gimmicks. You pay for your flight and stay at the Four Seasons of your choice.

Hop on over to her blog and click through to the registration form. http://travelbytatten.com/travel_blog/ ( Look for It’s Time to Enter! )

Only a few days left to enter… so hurry along and GOOD LUCK! Winner announced Dec. 17th.

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Susan Joyce of Job-Hunt.org gets Big TIME Exposure!

Tuesday, October 27th, 2009

Congratulations to long-time colleague, DEC co-survivor, and client Susan P. Joyce of Job-Hunt.org for the recent article that appeared in both the online and print versions of Time Magazine!

Time’s online article entitled, “Job-Search Scams on the Rise in the Recession” by Barbara Kiviat tells the story of how online job seekers are being scammed; their identities stolen, credit cards opened in their names racking up thousands of dollars of charges, after having responded to “fake” job postings at work-search websites.

It quotes Susan,

“The scammers have gotten so much more active since the recession,” says Susan Joyce, who runs the work-search site Job-Hunt.org. “There are more of them and they’re more sneaky.”

The article goes on to highlight a very significant difference between job postings at Job-Hunt.org and larger websites like Monster and CareerBuilder. The difference is that Job-Hunt.org is proactive in its attempts to preclude fake jobs from ever appearing on its website. Job-Hunt.org monitors the postings, researches the companies, and attempts to validate the positions before posting them to the public. The author of the Time article went on to report,

“That simple process leads her [Susan Joyce] to toss about a third of the postings she receives. On larger sites like Monster and CareerBuilder, there’s no one doing that legwork for you. And the scammers are definitely out.” [bold added by me]

If you know Susan Joyce, be sure to congratulate her on this high-profile exposure.

Help your family, friends, and colleagues who are seeking new positions. Let them know that Job-Hunt.org actively works to create a safe environment for job seekers. 

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Website for Midlifers

Saturday, June 2nd, 2007

Congratulations to Pat Mullaly, creator and manager of MidLifeJourney.com for her appearance on a local radio show this morning. Pat was interviewed by Jeanne White and Rosemarie Lanchester the hosts of the Saturday morning talk show Connect (95.9 WATD-FM).

Pat shared the history of the Website, how the concept originally came to her in 2001, the significance of the labyrinth that is used throughout the website’s marketing collateral, and, the “journey” she took to define and create the website.

The purpose of the website is to provide valuable information to midlifers. The content is comprised of articles that are contributed by a plethora of writers who are experts in their fields. The writers share their expertise in exchange for exposure on the MidLifeJourney.com website and links back to their own sites. The site is funded by the advertising that appears on most of the pages.

Pat is currently looking for writers and advertisers. Prospective writers: start here. Advertisers: Contact Pat via e-mail.

Many thanks to Pat for mentioning that Adventures Online has been instrumental in building the backbone of the website and providing advanced technical support.

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