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Welcome to eCom tips podcast I am Roger keyserling an e-Commerce and marketing specialist. I am also the small business owner of Keywebco eCom Tips is full of Blog Narrations IGTV shows recipes news eCommerce Tips apps and more Keywebco has Dragon deals on items like toys shoes lawn and garden home decorations and much more come chat with Roger Keyserling on our Facebook Live show every morning at 8:30 a.m. Central Time search for Keywebco.com online be sure to look for our visit win sidebar get discounts and freebies enjoyed today's podcast topic check for any available links included
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May 22, 2019
Question and Answer Show
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May 22, 2019
Live Daily With Roger on Facebook
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May 21, 2019
Facebook live daily show with Roger Keyserling
Driving in the car chitchatting about who does what who knows when and who knows however but pop in and find out
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May 20, 2019
Funday Sunday Facebook live daily show
Roger Keyserling of Keywebco.com
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May 20, 2019
Facebook live show daily with Roger
Roger ofKeywebco.com every day does a Facebook live shout we also said that to Econ tips podcast and to YouTube
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May 18, 2019
Live daily show from Facebook with Roger Keyserling
Keywebco.com puts on a Facebook live show transmit that’s the club tips podcasts and YouTube check it out
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May 17, 2019
Facebook daily live show with Roger Keyserling
Roger of Keywebco.com is on Facebook live every morning 830 central standard time and transmits to podcast and YouTube
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May 16, 2019
What Makes A Good Logo with Tips
https://keywebco.com/blogs/news/what-makes-a-good-logo-with-tips Your logo will have a huge impact on the first impression your business is going to make: It will give your customers information about your brand and let them know if it’s right for them. Because your logo is such an essential part of your brand, you want to make sure it’s done well. All your branding materials will have your logo on them. It’ll stare back at your customers from your website, your packaging, and your business cards. Make it count! Great, professional logo design not only has the power to communicate what you stand for. It will also make a good first impression and help you stand out from the competition. 5 PRINCIPLES OF GOOD LOGO DESIGN What makes a good logo? A good logo is instantly recognizable, simple in form, easy to remember, built for longevity, and able to fit different mediums of branding material. SIMPLE In order for a good logo design to take shape, we must take our concepts down to their simplest form. Simplicity is key and allows a logo to be easily recognized. Without simplicity, a logo cannot follow it’s other principles of memorability and versatility. MEMORABLE To build a lasting impression, a logo must be memorable. How else will your client’s customers remember them? The complexity of design serves as a negative in logo design, your logo will have only a few seconds to be absorbed by the average person. Keep it simple. TIMELESS Timeless refers to no particular point in time. Focus on building a strong concept for your logo and keep away from trends. As trends fade away, so will the logo. A timeless logo allows your client to enjoy it’s longevity, allowing your design to stay on board for the long-term. When designing a logo, remember to: • Build a strong concept • Stay away from trends • Design for the long-term VERSATILE Logos are marks and symbols that represent a business. As companies market themselves through various forms and mediums, they apply their logo to business cards, advertisements, folders and many more. When designing a logo, it is important to consider logo size equally on a business card as on a billboard. Can a logo be applied to various forms of size and color? Think about: • Printing in small and large sizes • Can the concept be understood in 1 color • Cost of printing multiple colors Design and present your logo concepts in only black and white, as colors can obscure your client's judgment and take away from the concept. Consider printing the logo in a 1-inch square. Is it visible? Thin lines are likely to fade or disappear when printing in small sizes, think about this when drawing your initial sketches. RELEVANT Does your logo fit the purpose and identity of the company? A logo must portray the company it represents through the use of shape and form. A good rule to follow (not always though) is smooth lines for a youthful company and straight lines for a structured company. It is important to make sure the logo is relevant to the industry your company is in. A technology logo is identifiable based on the symbol and the style of the type treatment. That style will not work for a clothing company or food product. Here are some questions you can ask yourself, to get to the bottom of your brand identity: Why did we start this business? What are the beliefs and values that are important to us as a company? What do we do better than anyone else? What makes us special? If we could describe our brand in three words, what would they be? What are the three words we would want our customers to use to describe us? The best place to steal borrow ideas? Your competition! Check out what’s already out there, what works well with your audience and what you should avoid. While stalking those other businesses, think about what makes them different from you and how you can emphasize these differences in your logo design. Be sure to clearly set yourself apart from your competition. If all the other businesses in your
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May 16, 2019
Tips For Slow Cooker Crock Pot With Recipes
The beauty of using a slow cooker or a Crock-Pot is that it's pretty darn simple. Prep your ingredients, add them to the slow cooker and press a button or two. But there is a difference between a good slow-cooker meal and a great slow-cooker meal. Good ones get dinner on the table. Great ones, however, are remembered, talked about and requested. Here are some tips that can help you turn basic slow-cooker dinners into standout supper stars everyone will enjoy. These tips will also help you know when a slow-cooker recipe is destined to be great. Tips Coating the inside of the slow cooker with a non-stick spray can prevent the need for scrubbing later. Liner bags made for slow cookers make cleanup quick, effortless cleanup. For most slow cookers, the high setting is approximately 280 F and the low setting is approximately 170 F. Cooking on high for one hour is about equal to cooking on the low setting for two hours. Add fresh herbs at the end to keep their flavors bright and fresh. Place hard vegetables, like potatoes, carrots, and other root vegetables at the bottom of the slow cooker where they will have more moisture and cook swiftly. Crockpot BBQ Chicken This is going to be the easiest BBQ chicken you have ever made. I'm not joking! Nothing beats the flavor. This is The Best Crockpot BBQ Chicken recipe ever! Ingredients 2 lbs boneless skinless chicken breasts 1 cup BBQ sauce 1/4 cup Italian dressing 1/4 cup brown sugar 1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce salt to taste Instructions Season chicken breast lightly ( a small pinch per breast) with some sea salt and place in your crockpot. In a mixing bowl combine BBQ sauce, Italian dressing, brown sugar and Worcestershire sauce. Stir until well combined. Pour over chicken, cover and cook on HIGH for 3-4 hours Once the time is up, you can serve the breast whole, or shred with 2 forks. If shredding, recover and let cook in the sauce for about 10-15 more minutes to soak up all that delish flavor. Serve on buns, over rice, in wraps, on a salad or eat a plateful as is! Our favorite way is on fresh rolls, topped with coleslaw. Video Nutrition Information: Calories: 342kcalCarbohydrates: 30g (10%)Protein: 34g (68%)Fat: 8g (12%)Saturated Fat: 2g (10%)Cholesterol: 95mg (32%)Sodium: 691mg (29%)Potassium: 719mg (21%)Sugar: 26gVitamin A: 2.1%Vitamin C: 0.8%Calcium: 3.4%Iron: 7.4% Honey Garlic Crockpot Meatballs Do you want to know what I love about this recipe? This Honey Garlic Crockpot Meatballs can be served as an appetizer or a main meal with rice or noodles. Ingredients 1/4 cup brown sugar 1/3 cup honey 1/2 cup ketchup 2 TB soy sauce 3 cloves garlic minced 1 28oz bag fully cooked, frozen meatballs Instructions In a medium bowl, mix together brown sugar, honey, ketchup, soy sauce, and garlic. Place frozen meatballs in a 3-4 quart crockpot and pour the sauce over meatballs. Stir so all meatballs are coated evenly. Cook on LOW for 4 hours, stirring occasionally. Use as an appetizer or serve over rice for a meal! Nutrition Information: Calories: 90kcalCarbohydrates: 22g (7%)Sodium: 390mg (16%)Potassium: 77mg (2%)Sugar: 21gVitamin A: 1.5%Vitamin C: 1.2%Calcium: 1%Iron: 1.5% Crockpot Low Country Boil Nothing says summer like a Crockpot Low Country Boil. It really has to be one of the most fun meals to eat. Grab some friends and give this recipe a try! Ingredients 1.5 lbs small red potatoes cut in half 5 cups of water 1 bottle 12 oz beer (you can also sub in broth) 1/4 cup Old Bay Seasoning 2 stalks celery cut into 1-inch pieces 1 onion cut into quarters 3-4 garlic cloves minced 2 lemons cut in half 1 lb cooked kielbasa sausage cut into 1-inch pieces 4 fresh cobs of corn cut into 3-inch chunks 2 lb fresh uncooked large shrimp in shells Optional: Cocktail sauce fresh lemon slices, Cajun seasoning Instructions Start by spraying a 6 or 7-quart slow cooker with cooking spray. Add in water, beer, Old Bay Seasoning, and garlic. Stir until well combined. Place potatoes, onion, an
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May 16, 2019
Facebook daily lives show with Roger Keyserling of Keywebco.com
Facebook daily live show transmitted via Podcasts and on YouTube from Roger Keyserling of Keywebco.com
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May 15, 2019
Facebook live daily show
Roger Keyserling of Keywebco.com does a daily show on Facebook live we are now transmitting those to podcasts and YouTube please 😉 enjoy
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May 14, 2019
Facebook live daily show
Facebook live daily show with Roger Keyserling of Keywebco.com
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May 13, 2019
Have You Heard Of Mix?
https://keywebco.com/blogs/news/have-you-heard-of-mix Have you heard of Mix? You may remember StumbleUpon On June 30, 2018, StumbleUpon moved to Mix. And the new platform has a few features that might be of interest to small business owners and entrepreneurs. Similar to StumbleUpon, the social network site that helps users discover unique and interesting things across the web, Mix provides a new way to discover and save people’s favorite things on the internet. This is the link to our Mix Profile. I am not overly active on it all the time but I do enjoy using it periodically. Learn more about Mix: Built upon the legacy of StumbleUpon, Mix enables you to curate and share the best of the internet. The platform learns what you love browsing and searching for across the web, to show you even more of what you are interested in. From articles and images to videos and music, you can save anything from anywhere on Mix. As long as it’s on the internet, you can add your favorite things to Mix. The social media platform enables you to delve deeper into new topics and explore interests with greater comprehension. Rather than being merely a source for breaking news, Mix is aimed at taking its users deeper into the things that interest and matter to them, helping them learn more about their favorite topic How to Use Mix From a purely mechanical standpoint, it’s easy to use Mix. I’ll get into the advanced techniques and ways to really take advantage of the platform later, but for now, let’s just get you started. First of all, you need to sign up for Mix. Unfortunately, the window for porting over a StumbleUpon account is already closed, as of last June. You’ll need to start from scratch. When you go to Mix.com, you’ll be asked to sign up for the service. You have three options to sign in: Facebook, Twitter, and Google. All three use the typical authentication: simply sign in using one of those profiles and you’ll have your basic information filled out. For obvious reasons, I’d recommend using a business account to sign up, probably a Twitter all things considered. Each option will have specific permissions, so keep that in mind: Facebook: Can see your name and profile picture, which are required. Can see your friends, and can see which friends use Mix if they’ve allowed their profile to be visible, which is optional. Can see your birthday and email address, also optional. Cannot post, harvest any other information, or otherwise interact with your account. Twitter: Can read your tweets, can see your followers, and can see your email address. Cannot follow, change your profile, post, see DMs, or access your password. Google: Can read your name, email address, and profile picture. Cannot access your account in any other way. Next, you have to pick some starter interests. It will show you some interests with a thumbnail and a brief blurb. Once you’ve chosen your interest feeds, you’re brought to your main page. This gives you three feeds to choose from. For You: A feed of recent content in the categories you choose. You can see a preview of a link and the reason it’s in your feed, like “because of your interest in cooking” or “popular in video games”. Following: A feed of content shared by people you follow, who share your interests. You can connect your Facebook or Twitter accounts to share your friends/followers lists to see if any of them are using Mix, or you can follow content curators you like on the platform directly. Popular: A feed of content that is trending at the moment, somewhat regardless of your choice in interests. It will show you specific pieces of content, as well as collections you’re not already following. How do I create a Collection? To create a new Collection or add a page to an existing Collection while in the app, tap the Add button. Then choose an existing Collection from the list or make up a new one. It's up to you, so get creative. How do I submit posts to Mix? You can submit posts from any i
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May 12, 2019
Facebook live daily show
Roger Keyserling of Keywebco.com doing his Facebook live daily show
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May 12, 2019
Facebook live with Roger Keyserling daily show
Every day at 8:30 central standard time Roger keyserling Of keywebco.com gets on Facebook and does a live show we are now podcasting those
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May 11, 2019
Sushi Simplified: Making Sushi at Home
https://keywebco.com/blogs/news/sushi-simplified-making-sushi-at-home-with-tips Sushi Simplified: Making Sushi at Home A Sushi Mat, a bamboo rice paddle or large flat wooden spatula, a large wooden bowl, a sharp knife, a cutting board, and a bowl of fresh cold water for moistening fingers and utensils are essential for sushi preparation. Preparing Sushi Preparing sushi involves a great deal of handling of both raw and cooked foods. Because sushi is eaten without any further cooking it is important that it is prepared correctly and safely. A. Equipment and utensils • With the exception of bamboo mats, wooden utensils must not be used for food preparation. All utensils must be able to be easily cleaned. • Only clean and sanitized equipment must be used when preparing sushi. • It is recommended that prior to preparation all benches and utensils which come in contact with the sushi and ingredients are sanitized. • Sushi rolling machines must be periodically cleaned and sanitized during the day to remove the build-up of rice and destroy pathogenic bacteria. Other utensils and equipment will also need to be periodically cleaned to remove the build-up of rice and other ingredients. • Boards and utensils must be cleaned and sanitized between uses, especially when preparing foods that will not be further cooked (eg. raw fish and cooked teriyaki chicken). • Bamboo and plastic mats must be cleaned and sanitized daily. If bamboo mats are used then it is recommended that they are covered with clean cling wrap and the cling wrap changed at least every 2 hours. B. Preparation of acidified rice • Rice must be cooked before acidification. The rice must be cooled rapidly to 5°C (41°F) from the time it has been taken out of the rice cooker and logged for review. • Proper preparation of acidified rice is important to ensure the rice is safe to use. Rice acidified to a pH of less than 4.6 will inhibit the growth of pathogenic bacteria. Acidification of rice should occur as soon as possible after cooking. • The pH of the rice is to be checked to ensure proper acidification has occurred. Refer to Appendix A for pH measuring devices. Once acidified, the rice must be stored covered when not being used. • Acidified rice can be stored up to 8 hours and at the end of the day, the remaining rice must be discarded. Note: If cooked rice is not acidified, it must be stored under refrigeration at or below 5°C (41°F) at all times. C. Preparation of fillings and sushi • All potentially hazardous raw materials should be kept under refrigeration until used, especially for raw fish. • Frozen foods are to be thawed under refrigeration, in a microwave oven, or under cold running water. • Vegetables must be washed under running potable water before use. • Meat and chicken must be thoroughly cooked. Refer to Health Canada for safe internal food temperatures. http://www.