How To Convert Visitors Who Are Considering Switching From a Competitor This is as simple as searching “[competitor name] intitle:forum” in Google to see not just what questions are being asked, but where these conversations are happening. MarketingSherpa has a great article that goes into even more ways to gather ... 07/12/2014 - 5:16 am | View Link
How to Find Hidden Jobs intitle:meet.the.team "VP of Sales" retail intitle ... If this intrigues you, be sure to check out my video below -- "How to Find Hidden" Jobs where I share even more strategies. (And for extra credit, check out my new book. Although written for recruiters ... 09/20/2013 - 4:48 am | View Link
20 Evernote Search Features You Should Be Using As stated before, by default Evernote Search filters out common words ... consider using additional search operators such as notebook: or intitle: to narrow your search. First let me explain what “recognition information” is. It is information acquired ... 03/29/2013 - 9:00 pm | View Link
17 Types of Content That Google Will Eat Up Here are some ideas: Google.com: To find past lists people have created, type this into Google.com: intitle:list intitle:[KEYWORD] "top 10" Google Images: To find past visual lists people have published, type this into Google Images: intitle:infographic ... 02/17/2013 - 7:00 pm | View Link
Find Guest Post Opportunities With One Powerful Query The raw query would be: [(freelance OR guest OR contributor) (blogger OR writer OR author) (post OR article OR story) (intitle:"write for" OR intitle:"contribute to" OR intitle:guidelines OR intitle:submission OR intitle:submit OR intitle:submissions OR ... 09/25/2012 - 2:29 am | View Link
(2013 grade in parentheses)
Decrease from 2013
Unchanged from 2013
Improved from 2013
Belle Isle Enterprise Middle School: A+ (A+)
Classen High School of Advanced Studies: A+ (A+)
Classen Middle School of Advanced Studies: A+ (A)
Southeast High School: A (A)
Cleveland Elementary School: B (B+)
U. S. Grant High School: B (B+)
Northeast High School: B- (C)
Northwest Classen High School: B- (C)
Wilson Elementary School: B- (A-)
Westwood Elementary School: B- (C+)
Horace Mann Elementary School: C+ (C)
Nichols Hills Elementary School: C+ (B-)
Pierce Elementary School: C+ (B-)
Capitol Hill High School: C (D+)
Columbus Elementary School (now Jackson Enterprise Elementary School): C (B-)
Putnam Heights Elementary School: C (F)
Quail Creek Elementary School: C (C+)
Ridgeview Elementary School: C (C)
West Nichols Hills Elementary School: C (B-)
Buchanan Elementary School: C- (B-)
Johnson Elementary School: C- (C)
BY SILAS ALLEN, Staff WriterAs she eyed the pool of water in front of her and the Oreo cookie at the other end of it Saturday morning, Swifty the pig didn’t seem interested in going for a swim.
“Go, Swifty, go!” a crowd of fairgoers around her cheered.
By Diana Baldwin, Staff WriterEDMOND — Standing on the third floor of Edmond’s new public safety center offers a view like none other in this city.
The warm September winds still blow through the more than 70,000-square-foot building that’s under construction as security walls continue to be put into place.
The southeast corner of First Street and Littler Avenue in downtown Edmond has undergone huge changes since construction started a year ago this week.
Deputy Police Chief Steve Thompson said he has been working 10 years on a new police headquarters, long before the construction started.
Thompson’s job isn’t finished.
By Graham Lee Brewer, Staff WriterLEXINGTON — A group of residents living south of two local prisons must continue their search for drinkable water after the Oklahoma Corrections Department said it lacked the authority to partner with them to build a new well system.
Residents in the rural area east of town have dealt with heavy amounts of contamination in their water for over a decade, causing them to rely on robust filtration systems or to purchase water in bulk or by the bottle, according to members of the Cleveland County Rural Water District No.
By K. S. McNutt, Staff WriterEDMOND — Sex will be a prominent topic this week at the University of Central Oklahoma.
The UCO Wellness Center will host Sexual Health Awareness Week to put the emphasis on a subject that may be uncomfortable for some, but is important for everyone, said Brittney Criswell, health promotion coordinator.
Events are scheduled Monday through Thursday to break down barriers and share information about sexual health and healthy practices.