Jeanette Alessio-Way, The History Lady

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North San Diego Business At Large

North San Diego Business At Large
Show Notes: June 11, 2010

Jeanette Alessio-Way, The History Lady, is a unique lecturer who illuminates the past using fascinating objects that spark memories and prompt audience participation. She commands a wealth of historic facts and anecdotes, delivered in a warm and congenial style. From schoolchildren to seniors, audiences are enthralled by Jeanette’s fun and educational presentations.

Jeanette shared how she came to start such a fascinating business. She also shared many stories, not only about history, but about the reactions and recollections from the seniors she meets during her visits to their care centers.

One of the other treasures to come out of what Jeanette does is capturing the stories as she visits the senior facilities. Sitting down with, and listening to, the seniors and their first-hand accounts of our recent history. Jeanette is truly one of the “jewels” in our small business community.

The last 15 minutes of the show I shared a few search engine optimization terms and tips about how to make your blog content a little easier for the search engines to read and index.

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Debra Simpson began her career in publishing in 1990 as the publisher of The Business Resource (formerly known as Networks), a small business newspaper in San Diego County. In 1995, McGraw-Hill lured her away to the world of multimedia and Web publishing, and recognized Debra as the Author of the Year in Multimedia Development in 1996. Thus began Debra’s adventure in digital media development. She subsequently spent four years programming McGraw Hill’s vast collection of Websites. When McGraw Hill closed their Carlsbad office, Debra re-entered the entrepreneurial realm, developing and implementing Web 2.0 Internet marketing strategies for the small business community. Debra's been podcasting North San Diego Business since November 2008, interviewing small business owners in North San Diego County. She also consults, sets up and produces podcasts for other small businesses.

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