Dedicated As A Living Memorial to Kristi G. O'Pry. When our sister, Kristi, was killed and never found, we weren't sure if we'd ever find closure... Today, celebrating our 5th Year Anniversary of Dogtired Ranch Small Dog Rescue and Shelter, Inc., we can look back and see how helping each homeless dog find a loving family, in her honor, has helped our family heal. Please visit our current Adoptables List.
In just five short years, our nonprofit, family operated, no-kill animal shelter has rescued over 1,000 dogs in Louisiana and Arkansas (including 350 puppies), spayed/neutered approximately 950, and transported over 750 dogs to loving families, nationally! It's clear; Dogtired Ranch's dedicated volunteers are committed to saving God's creatures, and finding homes that will spoil them rotten.
Founded in October 2007 by our mom, Janet Anderson Dodson, in Mena, Arkansas, Dogtired Ranch is driven to bring joy and happiness to families all across the country. By offering a smooth and easy adoption and transport service, Dogtired Ranch is able focus on making the right match for both the dog and family. We welcome you to visit our Dogtired Ranch Family Album.
Daily, we are reminded that love and forgiveness set us free. By blessing others in need, healing takes place. Kristi was funny and sweet; she was a mother, a daughter, a sister and a friend. Through her tragedy, we have found hope and strength beyond measure.
Please visit Dogtired Ranch online, www.dogtiredranch.com.
No greater love is displayed than when what you thought was unforgivable is forgiven.
Dogtired Ranch Small Dog Rescue and Shelter, Inc.
Social Media Marketing?
With today's technology, it's easier than ever to increase your online presence and influence through the power of the internet. How easy do you make it for potential clients to learn about your company's products and services online? The answer to this question is vital...
See, through social media marketing, a company can inform and educate others about their services and products, and introduce who they are and what they do. Driving potential clients and community connections to your website could be one of the best business boosters around. Here are some tips for growing your online influence:
- Have a website you can be proud of
- Keep your website updated
- Utilize Social Media Marketing to drive users to your website through LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook
- Give away something for nothing (including tips, a blog, an e-newsletter, complimentary e-books, etc.)
- Make it easy for people to access information about who you are and the services your provide
Experts say, statistically it takes 7 - 9 "touches" for the average person to become a client. We all know it takes a variety of ongoing activities to create success. In my opinion, social media marketing has taken the place of many cold calls, telemarketing, and mail outs. (Who enjoys cold calling anyway?) If you don't have the desire to build and update your own website, or to conduct social media marketing yourself on a regular basis, hire someone! There are plenty of web designers and social media marketers who can grow your image successfully. Admittedly, building a website my client loves, driving thousands of people to their products and services online every month and ultimately growing their influence and success is O'Pry Consulting's #1 goal!
Today, I encourage you to envision your company's goals, and ask yourself, "How can I better utilize the power of the internet to increase my success?"
Learn. Grow. Inspire.
Amy O'Pry Massey
Leadership & Communication Coach, Evidential Psychic Medium
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