Wednesday, June 25, 2008
NAVIGATING Organizations THROUGH THE WEB OF online promotion
Philadelphia, PA, June 25, 2008--- Promoting an organization's agenda in the 21st century takes an internet presence. But, how does an organization on a shoestring budget get its information on the internet? With the ongoing Internet evolution, organizations have more tools at their fingertips than ever before to accomplish this required self-promotion.
On Thursday, July 17, 2008, The Coalition will host a class called, "Using Blogs to Promote Your Organization" to teach organizations how to use the internet as an excellent resource for hunting, gathering of resources and promoting their agendas.
This workshop is an excellent opportunity for grass roots organization to learn more about a wide range of e-topics, including some fantastic how-to content for social networks and other tools.
During this 2 hour hands-on workshop, participants will learn: What is a blog? Why do I/my organization need one? How can I build and maintain a blog for free? How can I promote my blog? How can I use a blog to generate revenue?
Pre-requisites: Proficiency in using Microsoft Word and internet navigation savvy.
Class space is limited. Participants must RSVP before July 10, 2008 via phone: 215.387.2734 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Thursday, July 17, 2008
Time: 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Location: Tustin Recreation Center, 5901 W. Columbia Ave., Philadelphia, PA
Cost: Free for Coalition members; $50.00 for non-members
Participants must RSVP before July 10, 2008 via phone: 215.387.2734 or email: email@example.com Space is limited, deposit required with RSVP
This class will be facilitated by JC Lamkin, CNA, PMP, President of Gypsy Lane Technologies. Ms. Lamkin was the Spotlight Speaker at the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Governor's Advisory Commission on African American Affairs Business Exchange Breakfast; the 2007 Technology Council Gala Nominee for Educator of the Year; recipient of the Business Award from the Philadelphia Women's Opportunity Resource Center and voted Philadelphia's Most influential Young Socialite by readers of the Philly B-Spot, http://philadelphia-philadelphia.blogspot.com/
About The Coalition, Inc.
The Coalition, Inc. is a collective of organizations and persons who have already demonstrated their individual commitment to finding and implementing solutions to the ills that plague our communities. The Coalition was born out of a core group of organizations that joined forces to put on a youth basketball tournament in July 2004 sponsored by Stop The Madness/Stop The Violence. These annual tournaments have evolved into 'A Week of Peace' and grown exponentially and now include the annual C&C Art and Talent Show every March. The Coalition was also instrumental in launching the effort to rename Diamond St. in honor of esteemed ancestor Fr. Paul M. Washington.
About Gypsy Lane Technologies
Gypsy Lane Technologies (GLT), http://www.gltmypc.com is a professional Internet solutions company based in the Germantown section of Philadelphia. We specialize in best-in-class online marketing, Flash multimedia, corporate identity and search engine optimization. GLT features an integrated team of web consultants, creative designers, writers, coders and marketing professionals that know how to get online results. Our business-driven approach separates us from typical web design companies. Gypsy Lane Technologies (GLT) sponsors the innovative community development radio show, Technically Speaking Radio on 1540 AM, WNWR on Saturdays at 2:00 p.m., http://technically-speaking-radio.blogspot.com/
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Saturday, June 21, 2008
Singing .... Follow me where I gooooooo.
Now you can contact and follow the Technically Speaking Radio show on Twitter.com.
Use this medium to stay up to date on all of the events and tech fun.
Saturday, June 14, 2008
During our Saturday, June 14, 2008 show, 2:00p.m. JC will share her much sought after techniques for internet success. Non-profit and for-profit organizations will learn how to make their internet presence generate revenue.
Topics that will be covered:
- Planning your internet success
- Domain Registration/Storage Space/Your email
- Internet Etiquette
- Becoming a paid Knowledge Leader in your Industry
- Writing for the internet
- Search Engine Optimization
- Focus groups/areas/targets
- Connective Marketing: The Internet hits The Road
- Backlinks -Quid pro Quo Marketing
- Monitoring your internet success
Would you like to view this training online? - WebEx Details
Topic: Technically Speaking Radio's Interactive Internet Success Course
Date: Saturday, June 7, 2008
Time: 2:15 pm, Eastern Daylight Time
Meeting Number: 594 759 955
Meeting Password: tsr
Please click the link below to see more information about the meeting, including its agenda, or to join the meeting.
To join the online meeting
1. Go to https://freetrial.webex.com/freetrial/j.php?ED=106043917&UID=0&PW=68d01e1c4b
2. Enter your name and email address.
3. Enter the meeting password: tsr
4. Click "Join Now".
5. Follow the instructions that appear on your screen.
Be sure to call in at (610) 667-9697 or (877) 667-9697 to ask your question or leave your question in the comment field below.
Thursday, June 12, 2008
Wednesday, June 11, 2008
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Talk to: Ken Houston, PR Director
GOVERNOR’S ADVISORY COMMISSION SPOTLIGHTS TECH LEADER
Philadelphia, PA, June 12, 2008--- JC Lamkin, President of Gypsy Lane Technologies, will be a Spotlight Speaker at the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Governor's Advisory Commission on African American Affairs Business Exchange Breakfast on June 17, 2008. The Business Exchange Breakfast is an exceptional opportunity for small businesses to meet and create connections with significant community leaders and government officials that affect the African American community.
Ms. Lamkin is the 2007 Technology Council Gala Nominee for Educator of the Year and recipient of the Innovator in Business Award from the Philadelphia Women’s
Ms. Lamkin’s presentation will help inform minority leaders about the tech opportunities and services that are available to them. Business owners will have an opportunity to showcase their businesses among other minority business, government and community leaders. Not only will this event be a great resource for African Americans but also an optimal networking event that will create business relationships and strengthen the community.
For more information regarding this event and to RSVP reach out to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Governor's Advisory Commission on African American Affairs: e: firstname.lastname@example.org; p: (877) 374-0222
About the Commonwealth of
GACAAA is committed to assisting African Americans in gaining full access to all opportunities afforded to the citizens of the Commonwealth. The Commission members, appointed by the Governor, bring extensive talent, expertise and knowledge to the Commonwealth and are dedicated to working with the Governor, his staff and all sincere Pennsylvanians who share a belief in the concepts of equal justice, opportunity and equality for all of our citizens. The Commission is solution-oriented and committed to creating the necessary linkages, both private and public, to assure inclusion of African Americans at all levels within the Commonwealth. This holistic approach of working with all people of goodwill will insure the success of the Commission and the full citizenship rights of its African American citizens. http://www.africanam.state.pa.us
Gypsy Lane Technologies (GLT), http://gltmypc.com, is a professional Internet solutions company based in the
Saturday, June 7, 2008
Celebrity tech guru, Rev. Run (of RunDMC & "Run's House") joins us this week on theTechnically Speaking Radio on 1540 AM WNWR
Since this week is Internet Week, the hottest internet access devices will be on display. But, the only innovation that matters is the ability to merge all of the technologies to feed the need of the consumer, producer and the community at large. For this reason, the Technically Speaking Radio with JC Lamkin on WNWR 1540 AM will host "Internet Week" with Rev. Run (RunDMC), Dr. Lucille Ijoy (miop.net), and WebEx combining the general public's need for information with community responsibility. originality, clarity, discoverability and overall usefulness…..that's the Technically Speaking Radio program on 1540 AM WNWR
Rev. Run (of RunDMC and Run's House)
Dr. Lucille W. Ijoy,Motivation Institute of Philadelphia, miop.net
Listen to the broadcast of this program.