Monthly Archives: July 2012

This Week In Web: Olympics, Sharks, Crazy Kids

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Whoa! It’s already Monday! I guess time flies when you watch cat videos all week long. Friday was a big day for all of us here at Image Freedom. It was our 3rd birthday! ┬áTo celebrate we stuffed our faces with delicious cake instead of sharing our random Internet findings from the week. They are too good not to share though, so here they are a couple days late.

Are the Olympics Supposed to be This Sexy?

Everyone loves the Olympics.

Millions of people from all over the world watch the competition with much enthusiasm. The excitement starts growing in the weeks leading up to the opening ceremony (which was on Friday) when the athletes compete in the Olympic trials. However, the Internet didn’t pay much attention to the trials when a video of hurdler Michelle Jenneke doing her warmup routine at the IAAF World Junior Championships was posted on YouTube.

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Image Freedom Turns Three, Thank You

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If you pull up the Image Freedom Twitter account and you scroll – and scroll – and scroll, all the way down to the very first person I’d ever followed on Twitter, you’ll see Social Media rockstar Colleen Pence. She was the first tweep that I ever tweeted with.

On July 29th, 2009 I picked a name, I launched a website, I started Image Freedom out of the little bedroom I was renting in a house with three other guys so I could save every possible penny and re-invest it into the business. I had relocated to San Antonio from California shortly after getting divorced. It was a difficult time in my life, and I had only what I could fit in my car. I drove for 26 hours straight without sleeping because I didn’t want to spend any money on a hotel.

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This Week In Web: Foot Lettuce, Death by Gaming, and Rich Instagrammers

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Did you waste any more time surfing the internet this week? We did! Check out some of the awesome and random stuff we found while perusing the depths of the web.

Burger King Employee Wants You To Have It His Way

Unfortunately, his way involves standing atop two containers of shredded lettuce. Apparently, a Burger King employee posted the above picture on an anonymous message board on Monday night along with a caption that read:
“This is the lettuce you eat at Burger King.”

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Our Third Birthday: Who Built This?

Image Freedom is about to turn three, and since we’re not yet old enough to ride a shiny red tricycle, we decided to give you a new podcast instead! Last Friday President Obama made some comments about business owners and “If you have a business, you didn’t build that.” I had a few things to say about that.

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Inbound Zen Episode #3 – Our Third Birthday: Who Built This?

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Life as a Link Builder

Today’s topic on Inbound Zen – The Inbound Marketing Podcast is Link Building. Links are a huge part of SEO so we invited Andrew Mitschke, our own Link Building savant to sit down with us and chat about the good links, the bad links, and how you can earn some of these all important links for yourself. Thanks for listening, we’d love your feedback in the comments!

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Inbound Zen Episode #2 – Life as a Link Builder

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