See Janet Work SEO | SEM, Webiste "findability", Social Media & Traditional Marketing services to drive performance. Fri, 03 Apr 2015 05:24:43 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Author Box Tue, 26 Feb 2013 15:21:16 +0000 Continue reading ]]> An Author Box at the end of all your online work will connect you to what is being published online and will support how search engines recognize you (and your company) through search, social to help you convert traffic to your website.

Here’s an example:

Nurse Gina has over 35 years of experience as an RN. She is a national Certified Dementia Practitioner and the Executive Director of Client Care Services, an In-Home, Non-Medical Care service provider for families throughout the United States and Canada. You can find Nurse Gina on Google+ and Twitter. Do you have a question about your aging parents, Ask Nurse Gina.

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OMG Today’s Favorite App! Tue, 13 Nov 2012 13:50:52 +0000 Continue reading ]]> There are over 250,000 apps available for the iPhone, iPad and iTouch and every day seems to bring more new apps that are designed to simplify our lives, entertain us, keep us healthy, and more.

Here’s my new favorite, OMG Facts. is the top fact website on the internet followed by over a million people on Facebook. This app brings to life facts (some useful and well, some not so much but at least fun) that you can share with others. OMG Facts is developed by AppRats, Inc. Click here to check out this app.

Now, let’s see what tomorrow brings.

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Coupon Goes Here Fri, 26 Oct 2012 16:46:16 +0000 As we test new ways to showcase how an APP works and it’s correlation to ROI, we’ve create this post. It’s just an example post.

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Writer Block. Thu, 12 Jul 2012 17:16:47 +0000 Continue reading ]]> I talk non-stop to my clients about regular communication within their online platforms. At our company it’s called the Editorial Online Plan. Each month my team and I put together 30 to 40 plans specifically for each business. We focus on the key message points as it relates to their business objectives, public relations programs, products or service features…or whatever is their specific target. We layer everything into a comprehensive plan that shows how each platform is touched and linked and where the points of engagement occur.

Last night I looked at the See Janet Work website and I noticed that our last entry was March 15, 2012. I’ve been so busy planning everyone’s communication map to grow their business. I forgot ours. I will blame it on “writers block”.

So this morning after our team meeting we built our plan for the next 90 days. It was great to watch the entire team light up with excitement about how and what we will be saying and when we will say it. See Janet Work has a lot going on – from a new Google Local program to drive front-page Google placement, to APPs, to amazing case studies, and enhanced tracking mechanisms that we have added to how we manage our client’s online presence.

You’ll be hearing and seeing more from See Janet Work. We hope you enjoy.


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Picture This! Thu, 12 Jul 2012 17:03:48 +0000 Continue reading ]]> I have to kick myself for not knowing about this new APP – my new favorite APP called Postagram – before my trip to Italy! I would have loved to have had it while touring through Tuscany!

Postagram could be that one APP that saves the US Postal Service. It’s a free APP that you can use your existing photos from your iPhone or Android or you can choose one from your library or Facebook, add a message and a real postcard will be snail-mailed to family or friends anywhere in the world for 99 cents.

It’s great.

It’s simple to use, fun, and a great way to keep family and friends included in the events and “life” moments happening in your life. Not to mention, who doesn’t like to get mail in your mailbox?

For more information on the APP and all things cool about it, click here.


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SELF Magazine: Please don’t send me a “fit” request. Thu, 15 Mar 2012 19:31:34 +0000 Continue reading ]]> Conde Nast’s SELF magazine has launched a new way to get fit – it’s an online game that will be available March 19th. They believe its new “SELF Workout in the Park” Facebook game will help its target audience visualize getting out to exercise in real life. The game is a virtual version of the live “Workout in the Park” promotional events that SELF has been doing for 19 years (which is brilliant because you are actually working out).

The game will let players design an avatar that resembles them and set up their own virtual wellness spaces complete with exercise machines, nutrition centers and beauty and fashion locations. Players can sign in and get their virtual selves moving on treadmills, trampolines, yoga mats and free weights, shedding pounds and gaining health (and apparel) as they level up in the game.

The basic idea of the game, players start each day with a certain amount of energy credits and can expend those doing workouts or add to them by completing missions such as blending smoothies. As they progress in the game, their avatars slim down and grow more energetic (now I’ve got one more person to be jealous of because they’re losing weight and I’m not).

This “SELF Workout In The Park” is similar to other social games like FarmVille where players can invite friends into their workouts and give virtual gifts to their friends (I can see I’ve got another APP I’ll have to block).

This online game goes public on the 19th and in April the mobile version will be available – well, that’s a start on getting me off my chair and out of my desk.


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Think Different. Thu, 09 Feb 2012 15:11:31 +0000 Continue reading ]]> At See Janet Work the basic foundation of our business style is to act, see and think different. To attack each project with new and original ways to solve our clients challenges through innovative online solutions. I don’t believe in a cookie-cutter approach that every client gets that same services, but instead I ask each employee to find the right solution from their area of expertise that is then made into a collective program just for our client. No two plans are the same. We love that.

Today when each employee arrived to their desk, they were asked to watch this video.

Today, we stay true to our vision. Think different.

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Business Tip 101: Thank Your Employees Sat, 04 Feb 2012 21:07:03 +0000 Continue reading ]]> I spent the majority of my adult life working for someone else. I was always amazed at how little companies do to thank its employees. I remember thinking the annual “holiday party” really isn’t designed to thank staff for their dedication, creativity, sales, and commitment (especially when you’re stuck near the CEO of the company who’s drunk and hitting on a fellow employee – um, yuck). Although these annual festivities are nice, they certainly don’t create the atmosphere to recognize the individual impact each employee has to the company.

I told myself when I started my company three years ago that I would do things differently and I’m proud to say I am and I will continue to do so. Every week I identify a member of the See Janet Work team who has done something to help a client take a project to the next level, control costs, or brings to the table a new idea that will help keep our company ahead of the curve – and thank them. I will do so in person and/or in writing. A thank you note is all powerful.

By thanking them often and recognizing what they do as a member of our team to improve our business, I get even better results from them and for my clients.

While surfing the next I came across this video and I thought it had valid points worthy to share. A few former company leaders that I know should watch this and maybe learn a thing or two.


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Steve Jobs Thu, 06 Oct 2011 12:02:41 +0000 Continue reading ]]> Steve Jobs revolutionized technology. He changed our life and did so with vision, hard work, humor, and simple grace. As everyone is talking, tweeting, printing, posting, and forwarding comments about his life, I simply have to go back to a commencement speech he gave that gives me just a hint of what this man was about and what he stood for. In 2004 Steve Jobs’ commencement speech at Stanford University have many poignant messages. My favorite:

‘Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma–which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become.’

In memory of Steve Jobs, use your phone, your computer, your tablet….buy an APP and remember that an “everyday-kind-of-guy” made a difference in our world and we were here to see it.


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“Learn a Skill”: That’s What My Mother Always Said (the APP Economy must have been listening). Thu, 29 Sep 2011 20:43:53 +0000 Continue reading ]]> Back in the day when I was forced to learn to type (which now I thank my lucky 85 words per minute stars that I took the class) I’d complain to my mom how ridiculous I thought it was that I had to take a typing class when there were newer tools to use. My mother would shout out from the kitchen “Janet, you need to learn a skill so you can always take care of yourself.” So, as a good daughter I learned how to type.

Now 20 years later, Kids are not learning to type, but learning how to build APPS. And, rightfully so! The new App Economy is booming. A research from the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business said that the proliferation of Facebook and mobile technology apps has given birth to a new industry and has added at least 182,000 new jobs. It was estimated to have contributed more than $12.19 billion in wages and benefits.

My life has come full-circle. Today I sat next to a young woman who is learning to build APPS (she’s amazing by the way) and she was complaining to me about learning some bit of technology that she said she’ll bet money on it being “archaic” next year. I told her having this knowledge of all different applications is a great skill to know and you’ll be able to handle yourself in future development meetings. I stopped and smiled.

All I could say to myself is….Oh crap, I’m my mother!

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