I was traveling on my way home a few days ago just shy of the 183 / McNeil Rd. As I was exiting the highway, I was surprised to see a real estate sign proudly displaying it’s website using a .info URL address.
A few days ago, I stumbled upon a tweet posted by ChurchTechToday.com.
Weekends often fly by when your having fun, especially this past weekend as I attended a Men’s Retreat.
I managed to escape Austin’s nightmarish traffic to head south to New Braunfels, Texas.
It’s heating up in Texas, and things are getting quite active around Volente Beach.
As I work the days away, I often see party buses to and fro with intense beach laughter and frolicking.
There’s a bit more loud music playing throughout the day than the norm, and the marina island is always packed with a party barge or two in full effect.
Of course, it was a bright and early here in Austin, Texas, and the House of Brown has beat the sun up for a fun and exciting day.
That’s right, we took family pictures to celebrate the 4th of July, birthdays for boy #2 and girl (born the same day two years apart, turning 3 and 1 respectively), and simply another family milestone.
We loaded up and headed to Buda, Texas just 20 minutes south of Austin.
Our destination for family pics, Buda’s Historic Stagecoach Park, was chosen by a longtime family friend, Hanna Mac Photography.
Thank goodness it’s near the end of a work week.
As I entered through the Village of Volente, Texas to make my way to the office this morning, I happened to pass two interesting yard signs.
As I drove into work the other morning, I was reminded that summer is here.
How? Well, one of the first reasons I knew it was summer was that there were only 5 to 6 cars on my commute.
For the next 3 months, I can say that I’ll have Austin’s traffic beat.
Most of the time, my commute consists of seeing 2-3 school buses, teenage drivers and parents trying to get kids off to daycare and school.
The second reason I knew summer had arrived was that I saw Austin’s Affordable Party Bus, Fly-Rides.com, at the intersection 2769 and Bullock Hollow in route to Volente, which is where I office.
The music was blaring and it looked to be standing room only on the bus. I could make out trunks, bikinis and swimsuits so I know it had to be a high school or college end of school party.
Below is a picture of the bus i snapped on my way home the same day:
Nevertheless, I continued towards the office, envying the party bus of youth in their prime just living up the weekday with a lake party.
I probably shouldn’t indulge in today’s company I’ll soon mention as much and often as I do.
Truth be told, I just love their drinks and desserts.
I’ve been a big fan of this national chain for nearly 20 years and counting.
Heck, my boys are even getting introduced to this brand.
What impressed me most about the brand isn’t it’s food, but how they recently used a geo service domain name at one of its locations here in Austin.
It’s Friday. It’s May. And the Texas heat is beginning to usher Spring out and Summer in.
We’ve had quite a few showers and thunderstorms over the past months that have filled our lakes beyond capacity here in Austin.
There’s only a few more weeks before schools out for summer, and our lakes are filled with boating, water skiing, jet skiing, laughter, swimming, and splashing.
In addition, there will be quite a bit of swimming pools, spas and hot tubs put into service this summer too.
Hi There! I’m back today with a few more companies that are getting it right — meaning using a domain to drive greater customer growth and revenue while shutting the door on their competition.
Today, I want to briefly explore a few options and share a few thoughts with you about a recent sign I finally noticed that uses a geo service or keyword domain name.