Author Archives: Brian Loebig

About Brian Loebig

Owner of LoebigInk.com, author of TheInkBlog.net, CriminalThinking.net and part-time Technology Manager for the Alliance for Performance Excellence, Brian has over 15 years of experience working in the quality improvement, human services and technology fields as an administrator and consultant. Brian has also worked as a practitioner and administrator in the corrections, substance abuse and human services fields with a special emphasis on technology. He continues to work with numerous community-based non-profits as a web technology consultant, board member and volunteer. Feel free to .

How to Add a User to a Google Analytics Account

[information accurate as of: 4/7/2014] As a small business, there are several reasons you may want to give someone access to your Google Analytics account. You may hire an SEO specialist to evaluate your website statistics You might want a … Continue reading

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SEO Trends for 2014

SEO Trends in 2014 have made some important shifts since the previous year. Press releases as a way to increase high PR backlinks, have decreased in importance and Google has down ranked links from the major Internet PR sites (See … Continue reading

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Best Practice for Business Facebook Page Design

Designing a Facebook page for a company, cause, brand or local business should involve as much attention to detail as the corresponding professional website. Too often companies create a Facebook page with little forethought or advanced planning. What’s worse is … Continue reading

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Increase Visibility Using The Top Small Business Directories

Small business owners are always on the lookout for the lowest cost, highest value promotional opportunities on the Internet. Creating or claiming local business directory listings is a great way to expand ones digital footprint. Many Internet service providers have … Continue reading

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Eric Toussaint | Jett Training, Fitness Founder

Eric Toussaint was the first person who greeted me when I arrived at a new Business Networking International (BNI) group at the end of 2013. I heard about the worldwide BNI organization in a webinar and wanted to see it … Continue reading

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Angela Martinez | Small Biz Graphics Pro

Angela Martinez is one of those people you run into randomly on the web searching for low cost freelancers. Our random chance meeting in the summer of 2012 has grown into a professional business partnership. I first encountered Angela through … Continue reading

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Twitter Territory ReTaken

Having worked on several full scale, business social media marketing projects, I often face the unhappy task of helping a company regain control of an orphaned Twitter or Facebook page, or two or three! Well meaning or unknowing staff persons … Continue reading

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Free Social Media Icons in PNG format

Social media icons are abundant, but every time I design a new website I wind up needing to find a new set or a different size to add to the design. Over the past few years as a web designer … Continue reading

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Jim Haertel | BrewCity Redevelopment Group, Chief Steward

I have had the unique pleasure of getting to know Jim during our tenure at Marquette University’s inaugural Executive MBA program. Our group was the first graduating class of the new program and our small class of 30 allowed for … Continue reading

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