About Deborah Anderson

Deborah wears many hats, from professional sound engineer, to marrying a professional sound engineer and recording a Jazz album that put her and kept her on the RN Jazz charts in Los Angeles, for a year. From that experience, she learned how to make it work with social media marketing. She traded in her position as Chief Technology Officer in the financial industry to help small businesses to realize their success online.

Why DMCA Is Just What You Need to Get Ahead in Digital Marketing!

In today's digitally obsessed world, building a reputable online presence is a must. If you are a blogger and at the same time you are the owner of small startup, you might not be able to afford to hire a digital marketing agency. You might not even have the time! So, how do eager bloggers [...]

2017-02-24T16:23:06+00:00 March 3rd, 2017|Categories: blogging, SEO|Tags: , , |

Revolutionary New Golf Game Improvement Plan Through the Aid of Technology!

The game of golf is very popular the world, over, with many people participating in the game for fun, as well as its popularity as a professional (whether you are the pro golfer or you are the one who watches the pro golfers)! Whether the interest in the game started when you were a kid [...]

2017-02-23T18:05:42+00:00 February 28th, 2017|Categories: Android, fitness, Geeky, iphone, Technology|Tags: , , , |

GetResponse and Their New Marketing Automation

If you're looking for an unbiased, in-depth GetResponse review (even though I personally love GetResponse), you've come to the right place. I even solicited assistance in ensuring that this review is unbiased, in spite of what I have already said (in favor of GetResponse) in these two other Dragon Blogger articles: Unique Factors in a [...]

2016-09-11T12:06:09+00:00 September 17th, 2016|Categories: blogging, Internet, SEO, Social Media|Tags: , , , |

Gadgets, Tips, and Team Collaboration on the Internet

Virtual Teamwork Once you have team-building web tools like Hootsuite, Wrike, TeamWork, or other project management tools, as well as communication tools like the multi chat client tools, you may need tips for creative ways to use them with remote team members. Here are five ways to use virtual tools to enhance effective [...]

2016-08-02T19:58:55+00:00 August 5th, 2016|Categories: Technology|

5 Apps that Might Make Travelling Easier

Living now, in the 21st century, has made the enjoyment of traveling that much more exciting and has made it that much easier to facilitate. New applications for smartphones, iPhones, Androids, Tablets, etc. make finding new places a total breeze. Check out some of the most fun and easy apps to use while you are [...]

2016-07-11T09:39:53+00:00 July 14th, 2016|Categories: Android, iPad, iphone, Mobile Posts, reviews, tablets, Technology, Travel, Windows7|

iMyfone D-Back Can Save Your iPhone from the Fishbowl!

For the last couple of weeks, we have been testing the iMyfone D-Back on our iPhones. It is really a nifty software application and one that could easily be added to your utility collection (for those of you who are Mac users and have an iPhone or two). Why Would I Want/Need This Software? First [...]

2016-07-07T08:47:08+00:00 July 12th, 2016|Categories: iphone, Technology|Tags: , , , |

Why Every Mac User Needs this VicTec CD/DVD RW Burner

There used to be a day when all laptops (and desktops) came pre-configured, from a hardware standpoint, with a CD-ROM player (at the least). You were moving up in the world if you had a DVD player (watching those videos in between projects at work). And, oh, if you had a DVD player / writer [...]

2016-06-17T14:10:54+00:00 June 22nd, 2016|Categories: laptops, reviews, Technology|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

A Look at the Incapsula Product (CDN: Performance and Security)

Many times when we start our blog (or website) we don’t see a need for a content delivery network (a.k.a. CDN). In fact, it is not surprising that we wouldn’t know what a CDN is, when we first get started. What is a CDN and How Do I Know When Someone Is Using It? First, [...]

2016-01-24T08:15:32+00:00 January 28th, 2016|Categories: blogging, Internet, Technology|Tags: , , , , |

The Freelancing Life and How Due.com Can Help (Review)

For freelancers, there are many challenges, some of which were unanticipated from the start. Hey, you find what you are good at, and before you know it, people are paying you and the money starts rolling in at a favorable rate. It is easy to miss that part about actually setting up a system for [...]

How-To Use GetResponse Effectively (and Grow Your Success in Internet Marketing)

Those of us who spend much of our time in the Internet marketing world, realize the importance of an email list. We also realize the challenges that that can sometimes present. Whether we are full-time Internet marketers who work on behalf of our clients, with their lists, or we are using email marketing for ourselves, [...]

2015-08-19T09:49:41+00:00 August 23rd, 2015|Categories: Internet, Social Media, Technology|

A Walk-Through of the iRulu WalknBook (Review)

Truly, this Walknbook is a really cool device! It is easy to lose oneself in the device for hours, if not days! There are some concerns (discussed below), but for the most part it is a great tablet. If you are familiar with Windows (specifically Windows 8), you shouldn’t have any trouble getting it set [...]

2015-08-15T08:08:39+00:00 August 19th, 2015|Categories: tablets, Technology, Windows8|Tags: , , |

Sunferno Flintstone Solar Charger

The Sunferno Flintstone Solar Charger is a useful device, especially for those who like to go camping, backpacking, and even the long drives. It is also handy for those who travel and cannot find that electrical outlet in their favorite airport (or find that everyone is already using them). The device can be brought to [...]

2015-05-05T09:55:41+00:00 May 8th, 2015|Categories: iPad, iphone, tablets, Travel|Tags: , , , |

Cargis Hub Review: Charge Anything and Everything

I had the opportunity to try out the Cargis 6-Port Power Hub. I was very impressed with the hub and its performance. The Charging "Mess" We are an Apple household of five and seem to have cords running everywhere. With so many iPhones and iPads plugged in throughout the house, it is easy to have [...]