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                Linear and non-linear view of the OPS “Demo” Web Site opportunity…



 “How will it WORK!?!”

Step-by-step process: Credibility






 “What do you THINK!?!”

 New ideas presented: Possibility






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OPS Blogs = NO readers = NO comments = NO Problem…1st Qtr

I’ll be exploring interested social media “network” contacts via the web and face-to-face 2nd Qtr.

So I’ve joined Wheatmark Publisher’s Author Academy. I attended Grael Norton’s “No Blog is an Island” webinar. Grael took a non-linear visual approach. Attendees meet via the web next week.

Our topic: Google Keywords.

Because next up is my OPS web site Keywords/Technorati Tags/Trackbacks/SEO “wrap-up” with Dave Barnhart.  ( Why should you care?

Well defined Google keywords and “voice” attract well defined social media communities. Check-out my Technorati Tags below. They may not be well defined but they are a start.

2nd Quarter will be focused on implementing multiple On Problem Solving Projects while building professional and social media relationships. It is time to leverage my Linkedin and Facebook People You May Know – “PYMK.”

And it is now time to be heard…OPS can no longer remain a silent social media voice.

Finally, some timely SmartDraw helpful tax visuals:

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 Social Media “Story” Pilot demo steps via mobile SmartPhone (click on visuals):
  1. Leverage OPS “Demo” Web Site and Blog for your social media “Story” – short term
  2. Generate your Linkedin-Connections/Facebook-Friends – via PYMK*
  3. Develop your Social Media “Story” – tied to your Blog/Linkedin/Facebook
  4. Document your “Story” through text and visual options – demo via mobile SmartPhone
  5. Critique/revise ALL of above via your Linear/Non-Linear Team thinkers “feedback”
  6. Share your “Social Media Story” with select friends/clients for their “feedback” – revise
  7. COMMIT: Publish your OPS-like “Story” – OR – move to your social media web-site

* People You May Know

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Look at Step #5 more closely: It could serve as a “bridge” to their technical savvy…


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* Web-site based storytelling is NOT your current business web site
* Giving “voice” to your business offers added insight and passion
* Look to your Linkedin/Facebook “network” contacts for their stories

Mobile Story

* Web-based storytelling offers access to social media devices 
* Kindle Fire e-book reader/tablet insures full Internet access
* e-book reader tablets/SmartPhones future – why should you care
* Click on cover image – imagine your mobile “story” presented



Mobile Access


* Four Questions to Ask Before Going Mobile webinar Feb 29th
* Convio non-profit vendor host offers experienced insights
* 800+ webinar attendees will receive slides/audio/pdf
* Share business-based social media impact –


Don’t worry about being a late adopter. Remember: You can always tell the pioneers, they’re the ones with the arrows in their back. By the way – the above format would NOT work well on a SmartPhone…uh-oh.


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 A famous Broadway saying: “If it ain’t on the page – it ain’t on the stage!”

"Demo" Web Site


January blogs “demo” the power of a social media web “voice.”



   February blogs will add the power of a Linkedin and Facebook “voice.”  


Kindle Fire


1st Qtr blogs will explore the power of “mobile access” training. 



Samsung Galaxy


 1st Qtr blogs will explore the power of “mobile access” sharing. 




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Authentic Voices Productions (AVP) Social Media Publishing Experience.

Women Who RV 1st Production 2008/2010 Web Site/Book/Podcast/CD/e-Book                       OPS 2nd Production 2011/2012 Web Site/Case Study/Blog/Tablet/SmartPhone/Training

  1. OPS Blogs = NO readers = NO comments = NO Problem…1st Qtr 
  2. Demo Web Site: Blogs #1 – #9 focus – “How will it WORK?” for linear thinkers majority
  3. Case Study #1/#4 focus – “What do you THINK?” for non-linear thinkers minority

On Problem Solving “Demo” Web Site Credits

  • Story: Social Media “Voice” development
  • Web Pages/Blogs Social Media Silent Movie Storyboards and Script
  • Story Arc: Demo web site/Team thinkers/text & visuals
  • CPA Site Solutions web host identified for Valley CPA client 2nd Qtr
  • Distribution Channels: web/blog/tablet/Smartphone/Team thinkers
  • Training Edition: Web print version in-development
  • OPS Production: Marion Sandra Orem
  • Social Media Direction: Business Blogging Pros

Fade-out…OPS will no longer be a social media silent “voice”

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My OPS web site is designed with text and and visuals specifically in-mind. It has text for linear thinkers like Dave Barnhart ( and visuals for non-linear thinkers like me.

Why should you care? Because linear thinkers are generally the majority in any given group. The minority of non-linear thinkers often represent new ideas that are challenged by the majority.

Non-linear thinker: Ideas – options – “What do you THINK?!?”

Linear thinker: Outlines – results – “How will it WORK?!?”

This OPS social media web site is developing along these following guidelines:

  1. “Demo” Web Site – a loaner site if you’d like to test some social media ideas
  2. Team Thinkers – an opportunity to see how your Team reacts to your ideas
  3. Text and Visuals – a challenge to linear and non-linear thinkers communications issues

Look more closely at the bullet points in Blog #8. What if you could take YOUR “Business Show” on the road? How would your “Demo” web site impact linear and non-linear thinker clients and prospects? Your Team’s initial web site reactions will provide you some genuine “heads-up” insights first.

So…where to begin – remember to also review the Case Study page Project Chart:

Case Study Start

2014 1st Quarter update: CPA Site Solutions/Valley CPA client web site Project completed June 2012 – December 2013.

2011/2012 On Problem Solving (OPS) Blogs #1 – #9 and #17 concepts were leveraged via Vermont Vendor CPA Site Solutions.



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Social Media Accessibility


What if I could take my “Business Show” on-the-road? I decided to test that idea with a trusted friend and associate. Our recent meeting prompted this follow-up synopsis for her:

•  2012 Menu Bar Home/FAQ – About – “Demo” Web Site – Case Study – Blog – social media host 
•  Laptop/Kindle Fire/Cel phone training support – WiFi independent via mobile hotspot
•  Desktop/Laptop client/prospect on-site training – “hands-on” breaks social media ice 
•  Menu Bar content flexibility a key to web site functionality – plan and train on-line
•  Case Study page – 7 Steps – leverages social media technology – economical starting point 

OPS January blogs are systematic in developing specifics – given linear thinkers’ how-will-it-work needs. The blogs are also flexible in developing options – given non-linear thinkers’ what-do-you-think passions.

O.K. – it’s time for a closer look at Team thinkers – text and visuals impact on your “Demo” site (Blog #9).

Finally, my trusted friend is also Michael Downey’s aunt (2011 Blog #5 dedication). Some of Michael’s favorite movies according to her: Boondock Saints BASEketball Ace Ventura Gladiator.

An insightful mix of a young man’s wicked wit and fierce determination…






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A good question…here are some ideas for you to consider:

Your "Demo" Web Site WIIFM


Leverage material you currently offer.

Develop your relevant social media “story.”

Share “Demo” web content with others to critique.

Assess your content potential ROI economically.



Your content can be created initially with limited input from you. I’ll review current material and select some relevant items to focus on and briefly document via the OPS web site. Three possibilities for you  to consider – given the above visual:

  • You have a wealth of available material for me to draw on
  • I have an outsider “view” that will shed light on the material’s intent – content – issues 
  • Your “demo” web site can be created in a matter of days or weeks

We can develop an initially relevant social media “story” during this process.

Take a closer look at my OPS Menu Bar. Links maximize web site content via the flexibility of pages only accessible through the Menu Bar. My goal is a cool – classy – concise “intro” for those first time and repeat web site viewers. My goal for you is an easy-as-you-go method of developing your content.


WIIFM Your "Demo" Web Site


The Your “Demo” Web Site Story link shares a critical web site distinction: MOST web site data is static. Your “demo” site data will be as well. The latest Blog post is the only non-static data. Why should you care? Because it is your opportunity to personalize your social media “story.”

My OPS web site non-static blog posts have developed over time with a surprising ability to leverage static data pages. Surprising because as a web-based social media text and visual published author it has honed my commitment: “Giving voice to one business at a time…visually.”

Your “demo” web site can be created in a matter of days or weeks…economically.

Let’s connect at: after you preview “Demo” Web Site page on the Menubar.


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Welcome – here are a few thoughts for your consideration – if you’re visiting this blog post first. Checkout “Demo” Web Site page.

“Demo” web site content structure guidelines – particularly for linear thinkers:

  1. Home/FAQ: Share your core business passion – see Case Study #2
  2. About: Provide clients and prospects some personal social media “hooks”
  3. Expertise: Who does business with you and WHY – from their perspective
  4. Blog: Draft your social media ideas for others to critique

“I let my work speak for itself…” may not be enough for your social media presence.

My OPS web site social media strategy…

  • Home/FAQ: Linear/non-linear thinkers core business impact – visualized
  • About: Professional support and first personal “hook” – Achilles Heel
  • Expertise: Case Study participant thoughts from their perspective
  • Blog: OPS 2011 story “voice” of web site start-up

My movie passion lets me share knowledge via film dialogue. My air force “brat” roots honor military life and death risks. My professional and publishing experience supports this developing OPS web site.

“Demo” web site content structure guidelines – particularly for non-linear thinkers:

OPS "Storyboard"

Pay close attention to the OPS web site text and visuals structure starting with the Banner. The “Storyboard” design above is deliberate. Keep it clean – crisp – visual and with a word count goal under 300 per page or blog. Above all – respect majority linear thinkers’ critical demand for outlines – results – how will it work – because that gets the WORK done! See Case Study #3.

Linear thinkers: OPS site developed logically. Your “demo” will develop logically. You can then repeat.

Non-linear thinkers: OPS site developed visually. Your “demo” will develop visually. You can then present.

Everything on your OPS “demo” web site will be there in support of your “story.” Why should you care?

Limited face-to-face contact is a social media reality.

Let’s connect at: after you preview Your “Demo” Web Site Story page.



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