January 2010 Blog Posts (8)

EOK on Google

Good morning, fellow EOK members! I just wanted to take a few minutes to send you this note. We demonstrated this past Wednesday how powerful the http://eokhq.com site is for getting you noticed on Google Searches. People were amazed that articles on the EOK site were ranked high on the front page of google for all kinds of subjects. We did a search for "Knoxville Health Insurance" and an article on EOK was at the top of the list. We also… Continue

Added by Leonard Knight on January 30, 2010 at 9:28am — 1 Comment

Add RSS/Atom Feed of Multiple Twitter Accounts to your Website.

Add a Feed of multiple Twitter acounts to your website Create an RSS/Atom Feed for your website that is populated by the tweets of multiple Twitter accounts and / or multiple search words. Twitter Search returns its results, the most recent tweets, in the form of an Atom feed. The steps in this article will help you pull those tweets and make them part of the feed for your own website.

Note: the code here is written in PHP. Your web server will have to… Continue

Added by Frank Podlaha on January 23, 2010 at 6:47pm — No Comments

EOK in the news

On the front page of the business section of today's News Sentinel is a column by Carly Harringon about the slow economy. It mentions EOK and has a couple of quotes by Leo Knight. It is worth a read and the link is listed below:


Added by William Milam on January 15, 2010 at 12:45pm — 1 Comment

I'm back, well almost, I didn't make this morning's meeting :)

Hello everybody, I've certainly missed seeing everybody and some of you may have been wondering what in the world happened to Marty? Well it's not because Leo and I aren't working together anymore, although he did try to drive me crazy a couple of times :). I still think Leo is the greatest and he thinks I am (so far as I know) but I took the opportunity (not sure this is the right word) to have basal joint arthroplasty, hand surgery for arthritis of the basal joint. It was nothing like I… Continue

Added by Marty Lee on January 13, 2010 at 3:23pm — 7 Comments

Looking for Quickbooks expert

We are very close to having moved our company (SensorMed) over to Quickbooks. However, there are a few items that we can't quite figure out. Are there any Quickbooks experts out there? Based on the hours we have already put into it, iI think it would only take another hour or so to finish things up. If anyone knows of a Quickbooks guru, please let us know.

William Milam

Added by William Milam on January 12, 2010 at 4:29pm — 2 Comments

Yammer - Business Communications

Several teams of EOK members are using the EOK yammer account to communicate and coordinate. It's a great tool for instant communications. Yammer is like twitter but private. If you want to use the EOK yammer account, just let us know and we'll setup an EOK email and invite you to yammer.

Email the BOD (bod@eokhq.com) if you want to have an eokhq.com address and want to use… Continue

Added by Leonard Knight on January 4, 2010 at 3:30pm — No Comments

6 Tips for an Organized “Un-Decking of the Halls”

Was decorating for Christmas easy this year? Could you quickly find what you were looking for in all of those boxes of holiday decorations? If you answered no then read on. I have some tips that you can implement now that will make next year’s decorating easier.

Sort items into logical categories and store each category in a separate container. For example, a container that is labeled living room tree ornaments should only contain ornaments for that specific tree. Please… Continue

Added by Karen Sprinkle on January 2, 2010 at 10:45am — No Comments

Look for the Small Opportunities in the Big, Enormous Ideas

Over the years, I have seen many an entrepreneur become fixated on the "Next Big Thing". Instead of mastering the enormous opportunity, the project eats up all their resources or it gets kicked into the wastebin of abandoned projects, never to be seen again. Actually, that describes several of my projects that helped build experience for the occasional successes.

But as we know, experience is a very, very harsh and expensive thing. We didn't pursue the Next Big Thing because it was a… Continue

Added by Walter Lounsbery on January 1, 2010 at 3:01pm — No Comments

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