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Reminder About Lunch and Learn Tuesday at CATV

Hello Friends of Cape Ann TV,

We invite you to join us for a very special “Lunch and Learn” presentation on Tuesday, March 25th at noon. Our guest speaker will be Kevin Roy of Green Banana SEO.
Kevin brings to the table more than 15 years of Internet development experience. During that period, he developed an online marketing expertise concentrated on analytics and conversion. Kevin’s focus on Search Engine Optimization prompted him to found Green Banana SEO, a company specializing in SEO for local businesses. Since the firm’s founding in 2009, Green Banana has experienced growth of over 400%.
Kevin will be discussing the benefits and challenges of SEO and Pay Per Click. He will cover keywords, creating content, building links, and ways to make sure your business is visible to search engines.

If you have been wondering how to get your business onto page one of search results then you can’t afford to miss this presentation.

Please join us for this informative presentation, pizza, and a Q&A with Kevin.

Feel free to invite friends and colleagues. RSVPs to erich@capeanntv.org.

Erich Archer
Executive Director
Cape Ann TV
erich@capeanntv.org
978.281.2443
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Lunch and Learn at CATV

Hello Friends of Cape Ann TV,
 
We invite you to join us for a very special “Lunch and Learn” presentation on Tuesday, March 25th at noon. Our guest speaker will be Kevin Roy of Green Banana SEO. 

Kevin brings to the table more than 15 years of Internet development experience. During that period, he developed an online marketing expertise concentrated on analytics and conversion. Kevin’s focus on Search Engine Optimization prompted him to found Green Banana SEO, a company specializing in SEO for local businesses. Since the firm’s founding in 2009, Green Banana has experienced growth of over 400%.

Kevin will be discussing the benefits and challenges of SEO and Pay Per Click. He will cover keywords, creating content, building links, and ways to make sure your business is visible to search engines.  
 
If you have been wondering how to get your business onto page one of search results then you can’t afford to miss this presentation. 
 
Please join us for this informative presentation, pizza, and a Q&A with Kevin.
 
Feel free to invite friends and colleagues. RSVPs to erich@capeanntv.org.
Erich Archer
Executive Director
Cape Ann TV

Erich Archer from Cape Ann TV Writes

Hi Kim,

I hope you’re doing well.
Below is a link to our latest underwriter endorsement video. This one was created for Russell’s Florist. We produce these for our underwriters and air them on channels 12 and 20 all year long.
Would you mind posting this link to GMG for us?
Thanks very much,
Erich Archer
Executive Director
Cape Ann TV

Thank You April Smith!!

Yesterday while at CATV making copies of my film, Beeman School 1st grader April Smith lent a hand by agreeing to be my focus group that afternoon. Her candid response to the film, “I loved it!” When I asked what her favorite part was, she first said the music (thanks to my darling daughter Liv for providing the vocals and dear friend Kathleen for the accompanying pipe organ), and then she added she also liked the butterflies and caterpillars. I guess that just about covers all!  Thanks April!!

April Smith ©Kim Smith 2013

And special, special thanks to Andrew Love and April’s Mom, Lisa. Lisa, very graciously, has been sharing the Final Cut editing station (located smack dab in the middle of her hectic office at CATV) with me for the past several weeks.  Andrew once again provided much appreciated assistance with editing and techno problems.

P.S. April was not playing hookey; she was missing school because of a miserable head cold.

Life Story of the Black Swallowtail Premiere

“Public Access and Democracy: From the Boob Tube to YouTube, A Revolution in Our Time” – CATV Annual Meeting

Coming Up: Tuesday, May 24 from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Sawyer Free Library Friend Room

Come to the Cape Ann Annual Meeting and hear: “Public Access and Democracy: From the Boob Tube to YouTube, A revolution in Our Time”

Learn about the evolution of public access television, where ordinary people can create television programs and release them on CATV and the internet!

Let’s figure out how to merge Blogging and Broadcast!

There was a time before there was bloggers, before there was social media, before there was internet when the only public media “portal” to our community was Public Access Television: Channels 12, 27, and 67 on your Comcast cable dial.

There is a long history of individuals who fought long and hard for the right of each community to have these channels for PEG programming, which stands for Public (general interest), Education (school and public education programs) and Government (transparency in government meetings). Today, Public Access facilities around the world produce more programming annually than CBS, NBC, and FOC television combined.

YOU have the right to make television shows and cablecast them on CATV, as well as out through the internet. One of the most exciting developments on Cape Ann in the past few years is the incredible success of Good Morning Gloucester and the existence of all you wonderfully talented authors. In a keynote presentation that will be given by Barry O’Brien, there is a great acknowledgement of the work of Joey C., and the team of bloggers that make GMG so much fun. As television and the internet merge, we want to determine how our rights to Public Access television can be preserved and developed by applying our communities’ talent.

There will be tasty refreshments! Come on over Tuesday, May 24 from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Sawyer Free Library Friend Room and join the conversation.