Archive for the 'Blog' Category

Past meets present in everyday life

By Travis on August 17, 2010

Share

It’s the little things that makes Quincy special to me. Today I grabbed a quick lunch at Washington perk in what was once one of the first banks in Quincy. Next time you’re there check out the amazing craftsmanship that went into the bank vault doors. There are so many small details right down to […]

Share

Are Facebook’s days numbered?

By Travis on June 28, 2010

Share

Social media is a lot like the computers/technology you use to access social media itself…they will one day be obsoleted by the newest and coolest gadgets/sites. Facebook has become quite comforatable in the catbird seat as of late, how many people do you know that don’t have a Facebook profile? I would wager that the […]

Share

Quincy and Technology

By Travis on April 24, 2010

Share

I’m pleased to see the progress that has been made with social media in the past year and a half within Quincy. Businesses are now realizing there is some value to having a social media presence for inbound marketing capabilities. Some businesses still have alot to learn about affective communication within social media, however they’re […]

Share

Qtown Video Update 7

By Travis on January 29, 2010

Share

Travis talks about the new Qtown design, opening the site up to local contributors for event promotion, the new Qtown podcast, and then things go downhill quickly with Sasha the dog’s first major appearance on the Qtown YouTube Update. Fun times and awkward situations await you.

Share

It Only Takes a Spark To Start a Fire

By Travis on October 10, 2009

Share

Social Media Seminar put on by the Chamber of Commerce seeks to inform businesses of the power and practical uses of social media.

Share

YouTube Update 5

By Travis on September 3, 2009

Share

Travis brings you up to speed with Qtown and other Quincy happenings on YouTube Update 5

Share

If you tweet it, they will come

By Travis on August 30, 2009

Share

Lag in current technology and trends shouldn’t prevent you from establishing your local Twitter networking platform

Share

Finally…

By Travis on July 29, 2009

Share

The new HQBD website should serve as a model for future Quincy web sites.

Share
Next