The KCTechgregator: Kansas City SEO, Internet Marketing & Tech Startup RSS blog aggregator – a single website where you can scan all of the headlines and summaries from leading KC online marketing, tech startups and KC SEO blogs. It’s kind of like alltop.com, but just for Kansas City tech blogs. Kansas City Internet marketing topics include social media and search engine marketing as well. Please also contact us for guest blogging opportunities.Read More
Every week, Silicon Prairie News gathers together a list of job openings in the region’s tech, startup and creative community. From a contract job to a co-founder role, these jobs are submitted by companies and gathered from public postings. To submit a job listing for consideration (free), complete our job board submission form. To feature a job listing (paid), select the duration in the
The U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission has adopted rules to allow equity crowdfunding platforms to begin operation, reports Mashable. The rules, adopted by a unanimous vote on Wednesday, will become effective 60 days following their publication in the Federal Register. Under the new rules, startups can raise up to $50 million from virtually anyone, although there is an investment limit of
As I jumped from the corporate world into the world of entrepreneurship, I thought I had a great network of people surrounding me who would help me navigate these new waters. After all, “Corporate America” was once a startup, right? The biggest difference was that my role in the corporate world was focused on a very specific part of business but not all of it. I only had to worry about my mark
EntreFEST, Iowa’s biggest conference for entrepreneurs, has announced this year’s Founders Track. According to today’s press release, nearly 20 industry leaders from venture capitalists to high-growth startup founders will lead targeted workshops and discussions for Iowa’s early stage high-growth companies to expand their networks and increase their chance at success. Here̵
Powderhook has partnered with the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) to provide hunters with the ultimate turkey-finding app this season. Gobble Map is a turkey hunting tool that crowdsources turkey sightings to create a heat map that hunters can use to find the most active turkey hunting areas. It’s available now in the Apple App Store (iOS), Google Play (Android), and on the web. “The
Dr. Emmanuel Ngomsi, international expert on cross-cultural relations, will be speaking at the Kauffman Foundation in Kansas City on April 1. His topic will be “Cross-Cultural Communication: The Critical First Step.” Dr. Emmanuel Ngomsi is President of All World Languages and Cultures, Inc., a training and consulting corporation with the vision to help global corporations reach their
The Kansas City Business Journal is looking for the metro area's exceptional women in leadership for the 2015 Women Who Mean Business awards program. The program, now in its 16th year, has honored 375 top women executives in Kansas City — and it's time to seek out 25 more. Nominations are open through April 24. To be eligible for the program, a woman must be engaged in for-profit business as a
The Kansas City Royals may be American League champions, but the team still languishes near last place when it comes to valuation. According to Forbes, the Kansas City Royals are worth $700 million, making it the third least-valuable of Major League Baseball’s 30 teams. The Miami Marlins, worth $650 million, and the Tampa Bay Rays, worth $625 million, trailed the Royals in the 2015 rankings. T
With collective bargaining agreements set to expire in September, a big showdown is brewing over the tiered pay plans the United Auto Workers expect Ford Motor Co. and General Motors Co. to seek. Members of the UAW are meeting this week in Detroit at a bargaining convention, and they’re already making it no secret that one of their biggest sticking points in the coming discussions with Ford and
This intrepid reporter is heading to All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church on Tuesday night, and I encourage everyone else who’s interested in Kansas City’s coming mayoral election to come as well. On Tuesday night, Kansas City Mayor Sly James and his challengers — Clay Chastain and Vincent “the General” Lee — are participating in a town hall-style candidate forum hosted by the Leag
Kansas City Fashion Week featured a mix of 20 local and regional designers, who showcased everything from bridalwear to accessories to socks. KCFW, which ran Thursday through Saturday at Union Station in Kansas City, is now in its third year. For designers, the runway shows provide an opportunity to show off their collections and gain additional exposure. The Kansas City Business Journal attende
The staff of the Wichita Business Journal , which is affiliated with the Kansas City Business Journal , took some time Friday to find out how Sunday's game between the Kansas Jayhawks and the Wichita State Shockers is likely to turn out. WBJ Editor Bill Roy and Managing Editor Bill Wilson, who reported from Heroes Sports Bar and Grill in the Old Town area of Wichita, have the call... So, who wi
Online video has become hugely popular in recent years, in fact so much so that YouTube is the second largest search engine today, getting about three billion searches each month. For marketers or brick-and-mortar businesses who have...
Comparing search engine optimization consulting and online marketing services can often be challenging when it comes to hiring the right one for your small business. Achieving high organic search engine rankings requires an in-depth strategy...
WordPress was released on May 27, 2003 as a free and open source blogging (personal publishing) platform. Since that time, thousands of volunteers around the world have contributed to make WordPress the fully fledged Content Management System (CMS...
The Content Marketing Institute, Marketing Profs, and Brightcove conducted a study concerning marketing strategy as it relates to content marketing. The results were highlighted in a very interesting infographic that is the main source of the...
Walk into any Starbucks or other upscale coffee shop today, and you'll likely find many of the people inside busy on their laptops, tablets, or iPads, seemingly oblivious to their surroundings. You also find at least a...
If you run a company or a small business, you probably know that it’s important to have a web presence and a web strategy. Often, people who are moving in a certain direction in their company start...
It’s no secret that workforce is the No. 1 challenge for tech companies worldwide. So it follows that workforce development is one of KCnext’s top strategic priorities for 2015 and beyond. This is a challenge that will not be solved overnight. KCnext, with the help of our Board of Directors, Board of Advisors and other member-companies, is pleased to announce the Workforce Summit serie
Each month, KCnext rounds up the latest news from the Kansas City tech industry. See below for the March 2015 edition of #TechKC News. To subscribe to this monthly newsletter, email Marketing Manager Kaitlin Motley at firstname.lastname@example.org. Save the Dates | KCnext Workforce Summit Series Join us throughout 2015 for three panel discussions spotlighting regional technology training programs. Duri
Last week, KC Digital Drive hosted the Civic Tech Forum to engage local City Council candidates across six Kansas City districts in conversation with tech-savvy citizens. Read an in-depth recap of the event here. The first-ever Civic Tech Forum was an incredible opportunity to hear from potential city council candidates in Kansas City, Missouri, about what they viewed as success and wher
Two Kansas senators recently introduced separate bills, both of which impact the tech startup community. Sen. Moran (R-Kan.) has co-sponsored the latest version of the Startup Act, which is also the latest version of startup-focused legislation from Sen. Moran’s office. This legislation could affect numerous aspects of the tech startup community. Th legislation would (in addition to some ski
A couple of weeks ago, I had the opportunity to attend the TechAmerica DC Fly-In and visit with our federal lawmakers in Washington, D.C., and discuss issues pertinent to the technology industry, specifically around the Kansas City tech ecosystem. I had the pleasure of accompanying Ryan Weber, president of KCnext. We represented the Kansas City technology community, along with the leaders of sever
Fresh off its Finovate 2014 “Best in Show” win, Overland Park-based Blooom Inc. was named one of Fast Company’s top 10 Most Innovative Companies in personal finance. Read more
Mobile marketing is now a staple of the marketing mix as 60 percent of people globally use their mobile devices as their main Internet source. Mobile is also increasingly becoming the primary or even exclusive shopping tool that consumers use to make purchasing decisions. Marketers who wish to take advantage of this must attain a holistic understanding of mobile marketing to see where the opportun
The Kansas City Direct Marketing Association selected Moblico as the 2015 Gold AMBIT Direct Marketing Award recipient in Mobile Marketing! According to Laura Jackson, the awards show event chair, “AMBIT winners were selected by their peers in the Detroit DMA Chapter, chosen for targeted direction, incredible creativity and phenomenal measurable results.”
The Washington Post | JD Harrison We’re live in Austin this week, and every day, we’ll introduce you to one of the most outside-the-box finalists in the SXSW Accelerator Competition – the premier start-up showcase at the annual South by Southwest festival. Who: Davide (chief executive) and Sara (chief marketing officer) Rossi, the brother-sister team behind FitBark Where: Kansas City, Missou
Wine Business.com – Supplier News Quality and lab professionals have a new tool at their disposal with InnovaPrep’s Concentrating Pipette – increasing their ability to detect trace biological contamination using rapid methods. The Concentrating Pipette is a small automated benchtop instrument that fits easily into the lab workflow. The amazing ease of use, fast processing speed, and
Hays Post | Ron Wilson The fire is raging through the building as the firefighters hurry to the scene. They need to identify the location of the fire and determine the safest and most efficient tactics for dealing with it. If only they had a quick, practical way to get an aerial view of the building…that is the thought process which led a Kansas entrepreneur to create an innovative new business
St. Louis Business Journal | Vince Brennan Now in its second year of honoring the top innovators and tech entrepreneurs in St. Louis, the Business Journal is ready to unveil this year’s winners of its 2015 Innovation Awards. These awards honor a company and an individual in each of nine categories. What the honorees have in common is that they are breaking through the static barrier of the u
The mission of Think Big Partners has always been about more than money. While we are committed to identifying, nurturing and supporting successful companies in the Midwest and across the country, we are also very aware that this does not happen in a vacuum. Successful entrepreneurs require committed ecosystems and supportive communities to realize their full potential. Kansas City has been very f
The article “How the Journey of Data Can Transform Cities” recently appeared on the official Cisco corporate blog as a guest post by Herb Sih, Managing Partner of Think Big Partners. As a follow up to this article and in response to the subsequent questions that have come up, here is a consolidated excerpt of the responses: Q. Why is the Smart and Connected City Kansas City project s
This post is contributed by Ron Singh and Charlie Kelly of Silicon Valley Bank. Why is Silicon Valley Bank in Kansas City? As our name suggests, our roots are planted deep in the Valley. We’ve been integral in providing capital, banking services and connections for innovative companies and investors throughout the world for more than 30 years. We place ourselves in markets where tech ecosystem
Every Veteran’s Day, I am reminded of the decade I spent in the military and the immeasurable impact it has had on me as an entrepreneur. Beyond the genuine camaraderie, black & white mission success criteria and a certain tempo that exists among military members, there were many lessons I learned that find their way into my daily life as a technology focused entrepreneur, co-founder o
A Kansas City Business Journal article gives an update on the progress of Cisco’s Smart City Initiative announced in May 2014. Business accelerator and incubator Think Big Partners, LLC will act as a Cisco “development portal” manager, allowing entrepreneurs to tap into the Smart City’s data. Think Big will manage the engagement of area entrepreneurs, in addition to provid
From the desk of Think Big Co-Founder and Senior Partner, Tyler Prochnow – In the interest of full disclosure, let me start by saying I was not a Kansas City resident for any of the following: The first decade of the Royals 29 year playoff drought; The Lin Elliot playoff game; Tyus Edney’s coast-to-coast dagger against Mizzou; and K-State’s time as the worst college football team in t
You Don’t Take Your Website Seriously Enough You spend thousands of dollars on trade shows, print, signage, vehicle wraps, television and radio advertising, but when it comes to your website, you spend very little time or money on making it the best it can be, even though you know that every single person that ever […] The post 10 Reasons Why You Are Not Getting More Sales From Your Websit
In the old days of the Internet, business owners shopped for web design services the same way they shopped for print advertising. All that really mattered back then were graphic design and pricing. Today, your website is no longer just a site on the web. It’s REQUIRED to be lead generator, a profit center and […] The post 10 Questions You Must Ask Before Hiring A Web Designer appea
SEO is a male dominated field. As I think back on the thousands of SEO blog posts and articles I’ve read over the years, the vast majority of them were written by men. That being said, last week when I asked myself to name the top women in SEO (without searching), only four names came […] The post The Top 5 Women In SEO Today appeared first on .
Its official, Penguin 3.0 has landed. It’s been over a year since Google’s link spam fighting algorithm has been updated or refreshed. Some webmasters have feared this update, others have been praying for it. The update, the sixth version of this particular algorithm, was officially rolled out on October 17th 2014. Per Google, it will […] The post Did Penguin 3.0 Twerk Up On Your Website
My name is Phil Singleton and I run a boutique Internet marketing and web design company Kansas City. This is an honest feedback from a real customer – we are NOT an affiliate nor do we have any other relationship with ASmallOrange.com other than being a very happy customer. In the last year, we’ve hosted […] The post 10 Reasons Why I Fell In Love With ASmallOrange Web Hosting and
Could your website rankings come crashing down like a house of cards? The SEO industry has witnessed five iterations of Google Penguin updates and you can almost hear the footsteps of the next Penguin update. And how many Panda updates have we seen? As of this writing, it’s now deep in the v20-somethings. Not to […] The post Do You Have Zombie SEO Rankings? appeared first on .
Some of Kansas City’s most innovative companies have won a new award from Kansas State University Olathe. The Ingenuity Award is being presented to 22 local businesses that have developed inventive technology, products or processes. K-State Olathe will salute the winners during a new event, Ingenuity Central, on April 9 at its Innovation Campus. Selected from a group of 200 companies, the inaugu
Morningstar Communications has released the name of its new president: Sheri Johnson. Johnson had been a senior vice president at the Overland Park marketing and communication firm since 2008. She has worked at Morningstar since 2000, when she was hired as an account supervisor. (The firm is a past winner of the 25 Under 25® Award.) “For 15 years, Sheri has served as an exceptional strategist,
Local startup blooom has won the Kansas City version of InnovateHER, a pitch competition for companies that make life better for women and their families. As a result, blooom could be tapped to give a presentation on its service next month in Washington, D.C. The Overland Park company helps users maximize their 401(k) investments. On average, women have 40 percent less in their 401(k) than men do
Digital Sandbox KC has just received another big vote of confidence—worth about $1.15 million. The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration has awarded the program a three-year, $500,000 i6 grant to provide proof-of-concept help to local startups. The Kauffman Foundation, Missouri Technology Corporation, Cobalt Ventures and the UMKC Henry W. Bloch School of Management
If you look around at the leaders in your community, you’ll probably find more than a few small business owners in charge. The National Small Business Association wants to recognize these small business owners who’ve not only built great companies, but who have stepped up and become advocates for entrepreneurs as a whole, by advocating for pro-business policies. That’s why the NSBA is taking
You’ve only got a few hours left to vote in the championship round of KCSourceLink’s Battle of the Brands! The monthlong competition—which lets the public choose their favorite companies in a bracket-style challenge—has come down to two small businesses: purveyor-of-sweet-treats Dolce Bakery and KC Cool, the makers of stylish KC-themed T-shirts and other apparel. They’ve triumphed over a
Many in digital media continue to underestimate the influence of Google. It’s no longer just a cool tech company; Google is now part of the global economic infrastructure. While many people are caught in the hype of social media, the plain fact is that Internet searches are what drive purchase decisions. You create demand in social media, but you capture demand and steal market share via SEO and
2014 was an eventful and exciting year for small businesses. Of course the same thing can be said for every year! I’ve asked ten highly experienced small business marketing experts from around North America to share their predictions for 2015 and the challenges and opportunities they foresee in the coming year. 1. Scott Stern, Red Stripe Strategy: The whole definition of marketing in mos
As an Internet marketing services agency in the US MidWest, we are cold-called and email spammed every day from domestic and offshore companies trying to sell us our own services, or soliciting to become a reseller of their search engine optimization services. Truth be told, it doesn’t make sense for an SEO company to outsource any SEO work to third parties – especially when it comes t
WordPress is by far the most popular content management system for small businesses. It’s super easy to use and when structured properly, great for search engine optimization. WordPress also gives you the ability to create a ‘website of websites’ or your own network of sites, on a single installation. You can find the official networking explanation of WordPress Multisite here. We will
SEO is not just something that you do through a keyboard. There are many offline tactics and actions you can take that may help with your website’s search engine visibility. Registered Trademark: Kansas City SEO® 1. Register your trademarks with the USPTO. While there is no data or study correlating higher organic rankings with trademark registration, there is substantial data and many
I have some wish list items for Webmaster Tools and G+, some things I would love to see as new free features, but would gladly pay for nonetheless: 1. Please let me moderate new incoming links (as a non-default option): Holy Cow – what an awesome option this would be to have in Webmaster Tools!!! Give site owners the option to moderate all new incoming links – i.e. hold new links in a su
Members of SMCKC, What a year for SMCKC 2015 is turning out to be! Between 100+ member breakfasts and our first-ever AMPS awards, SMCKC is starting the year off with some amazing content. Thanks a ton to everyone who was able to join us for the AMPS in February. We have some exceptionally talented social media professionals in Kansas City putting together campaigns that are among the best in the
Kansas City is home to several amazing brands doing some pretty cool things. Do you work for one of these brands? Enjoy talking about what you do and expressing your opinion on all things social? The SMCKC Brands Roundtable is the place for you. This group will meet on a quarterly basis. Topics may include: What's going on with your brands Questions, comments, concerns regarding social media mar
Maybe winning an AMPS award won't necessarily bring you fame and fortune, but it may bring you the recognition you need as a leader in social media marketing. With our extended deadline approaching Friday, I'd like to put out one last call for AMPS submissions! If you're an agency, business, or non-profit/government org that has run a campaign in social during 2014, entering to be recognized take
Well this is kind of awkward.. When planning our first ever AMPS awards, recognizing locally created Social Media campaigns, we wanted to make sure that we left agencies/companies/individuals plenty of time to submit. The first of December sounded great! Unfortunately we didn't foresee how much the late Turkey Day holiday would disrupt these submissions. With that, we've received quite a few
We’ve heard some feedback that as you’re preparing your award-winning campaign submissions, you may want to see ALL fields from the entire submission form (without having to enter partial data in the required fields). Your wish is our command! Below, you’ll see the entire submission process for the 2015 AMPS Awards. Feel free to use this as a template to prep your submissions before you ente
Kansas City small business owners need your help marketing their businesses. The Social Media Club of Kansas City is providing support to SCORE, an organization that provides resources and expertise to help existing and emerging small businesses. SCORE’s clients are entrepreneurs running local businesses of a wide variety - from brick and mortar storefronts to services and even consulting compan
ST. LOUIS, March 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Peabody Energy (NYSE: BTU) announced today that the previously announced tender offer to purchase for cash any and all of the $650 million aggregate principal amount outstanding of its 7 3/8% Senior Notes due 2016 expired at 11:59 p.m., New York...
ST. LOUIS, March 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Centene Corporation (NYSE: CNC) announced today that NurseWise, its national multilingual nurse triage and health education subsidiary, received full Health Call Center Accreditation from URAC, a Washington, DC-based health care accrediting...
ST. LOUIS, March 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- ButcherJoseph & Co. ("ButcherJoseph") served as one of the financial advisors to TMI Hospitality ("TMI" or the "Company") in its sale from the TMI Hospitality Employee Stock Ownership Plan ("ESOP") to Starwood Capital Group. The...
ST. LOUIS, March 27, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- To observe upcoming National Nurses Week 2015, and to honor nurses for their commitment to community health, WGU Missouri is opening the WGU Missouri Loves Nurses Scholarship. During the week of May 6, up to $20,000 in scholarships will...
KANSAS CITY, Mo., March 27, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences' (KCU) College of Osteopathic Medicine, the largest medical school in Missouri and 10th largest medical school in the country, received approval from the Commission on...
KANSAS CITY, Mo., March 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Since June 2013, the principals of Karuna Consulting (www.karunaconsulting.com) have sponsored over 150 entrepreneurs from around the country to participate in Dream Big America. The leadership at Karuna Consulting, a digital marketing...
MISSION, Kan., March 27, 2105 /PRNewswire/ -- (Family Features) -- Summer is the season when many of the best childhood memories are made. That's why introducing future generations to treasured pastimes is an ideal way to ensure classic summer moments live on for years to come. Photo -...
CHICAGO, March 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- CNA today announced the Catastrophe Operations Center in Colorado is fully operational and ready to manage claims related to the tornado and hail activity in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and possibly other areas. Contact the...
MISSION, Kan., March 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- (Family Features) The arrival of sun and climbing temperatures mark the end of months in hibernation and the ideal time to refresh your outdoor living space. While constructing a new deck can be a major undertaking, the planning process...
LOS ANGELES, March 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Catasys, Inc. (OTCQB: CATS), provider of proprietary health management services to health insurers and employers, announced today that it has expanded its OnTrak program with a leading national health care provider in Kansas to include...
MISSION, Kan., March 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- (Family Features) Cinco de Mayo is the perfect opportunity to indulge in Mexican-inspired dishes, dips and drinks. This year, put a tangy twist on your festive favorites with a refreshing new flavor. Photo -...
OVERLAND PARK, Kan., March 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- NIMxchange, a content management service that facilitates sharing content between newsrooms around the world, has been chosen as a 2015 SPROCKIT Startup, one of 30 emerging ventures handpicked by industry leaders as a broadcast...
In the old days, SEO consisted primarily of optimizing web pages and meta data for keywords, and obtaining as many inbound backlinks as possible, regardless of their relevancy or the quality of the linking sites. Google’s advanced webpspam fighting technologies – primarily the Panda & Penguin updates – have things have changed dramatically. Web videos including those posted o
Whether you are a small or large business owner, hiring an SEO firm is something that should be approached carefully. Not all firms are created equal, not all have integrity, and certainly not all are capable of producing results. Search engine optimization is essential for helping companies get found in the search engine results pages for their most important search terms or keywords, but choosin
There always seems to be a lot of speculation, or ranting to put it mildly, when Google pushes out major algorithm updates. Many SEO’s have suggested that Google constantly shuffles the ranking deck to make AdWords more appealing to business owners. In other words the perceived message is that if organic search engine rankings are getting harder and harder to achieve – since Google is ma
Pay per click advertising harnesses the power of the search engines to make your site more visible. When you put your site up on the Internet, you may opt to participate in pay per click advertising. With this, you place ads on sites like Google; they appear at the top of search engine listings and on the sides, so that they are instantly recognizable. You are instantly more visible through the ad
We said it: Successful SEO campaigns are no longer built around link building. In the near future, every business that successfully gains rank online will achieve organic ranking success with well-written, relevant and creative content. Sustainable, long-term SEO campaigns that work will not be the result of SEO short-cuts – at least not anymore. Even will this year’s heavy-handed search eng
Seeking experienced Ruby on Rails developer for crowdsourcing startup project. This is an interesting opportunity to work with an early stage startup with a high-profile investor. Must be based in Kansas City. This role is primarily as to evaluate, test, improve and optimize current pre-launch web application. You would essentially be a startup CTO type role, that would both manage a small team of
For any business to survive and thrive, selling is one of the activities that they must do well. And cold calling? Well, that’s normally a big part of selling. Selling involves identifying the right prospects for your product or service, calling on the ones most likely to listen and, ultimately, convincing them to buy. Sounds simple enough, I know, but how many of you can honestly say that you l
I spend a fair amount of time thinking about, writing about technology and how it’s changing the world of business. I’m guessing that you do, too, whether you’re in marketing, sales or IT – am I right? I spent the early part of this week in Las Vegas attending IBM’s PartnerWorld Leadership Conference and the focus of the event was on the fact that new technology presents new opportunitie
If you track the social activity created by your content, then you might be missing the source of the majority of online shares according to a recent report. So called “dark sharing,” invisible to traditional tracking methods, now accounts for some 69 percent of social sharing globally, even outpacing Facebook and all the other public sharing channels combined according to the study. Dark Soci
Despite how often we overlook it in favor of “new and shiny” media, video never did kill the radio star. Americans spend more than four hours a day listening to audio, according to research from Edison, whether they’re tuned into music or the spoken word. Broadcast radio gets the biggest share of the audio pie, but newer sources of audio are ensuring the medium continues to grow. For markete
With January coming to a close and the Northeast getting buckets of snow while I still pine for it but get nothing, there’s a lot going on on the Internets right now. From the NFL partnering with YouTube to Twitter introducing group messaging and native video, a lot happened this week. Let’s get to it then! Industry Facebook and Instagram Lead the Way with College Students When Connecting with
SBI’s recent research report entitled How to Increase Marketing’s Contribution to 2015 Revenue was, as always, an interesting read. SBI’s research indicated that the majority of marketing teams are failing to make an acceptable level of contribution to their company’s revenue and the report covered some key areas where marketers are failing. I thought it would be interesting to talk about
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