Articles by Tim Priebe

About Tim Priebe

Tim is a public speaker, author, publisher of Edmond Business, and the owner of T&S Online Marketing. He helps businesses that are worried they don’t have the expertise or time required to invest in doing their own digital marketing. He helps them plan where and how much to invest and often helps execute the plan.

Tim started the Edmond Business online magazine in May 2020 to fill a need in the community when The Edmond Sun shut down and stopped publishing their monthly magazine, The Business Times.

VIP welcomes new board member

By Tim Priebe | February 29, 2024

A local nonprofit, Victims Impact Panel of Oklahoma, continues to advocate for road safety in Oklahoma. Recently, they welcomed Mike Sanders—the current Executive Director of the Oklahoma Broadband Office—to their board.

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Young Professional Q&A: Jake Wilburn

By Tim Priebe | January 31, 2024

Jake Wilburn with Moriah Brokerage Services has a deep affection for his family, his state, and his clients. He believes in putting people first and loves to help people solve their commercial real estate issues, even when they aren’t straightforward.

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Why you should quit marketing

By Tim Priebe | January 31, 2024

In my world, marketing is often seen as indispensable, driving growth and visibility. But here’s a hard truth: sometimes, it’s better to quit.

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Professional Q&A: Joan Curtis

By Tim Priebe | January 23, 2024

Meet Joan Curtis, principal owner of MVP Insurance. With her focus on relationships and networking, she has made friends and clients all over the state. With her exciting career as an entrepreneur in many different industries, Joan has made a difference for many people and businesses. Read on to hear more about Joan’s passion for protecting people.

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Young Professional Q&A: Bibin Cherian

By Tim Priebe | December 29, 2023

A proud Golden Year of Optometry graduate, Dr. Bibin Cherian loves working with the team at Bespoke Vision to help patients see the world. As a doctor of optometry, he cherishes the relationships he gets to build with his patients as he serves the Edmond community. 

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The pros and cons of AI in marketing

By Tim Priebe | December 29, 2023

Over the last year, my team at Backslash Creative and I have jumped feet-first into the world of artificial intelligence—AI—and its application in marketing. This hands-on experience has given us a great understanding of AI’s impact when it comes to digital marketing.

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Professional Q&A: Paula Buford

By Tim Priebe | December 19, 2023

Paula Buford is the inside sales manager at Land Enterprises Roofing as the inside sales manager. She’s also an ambassador for the Edmond Chamber. She works tirelessly to ensure customers get everything they are entitled to from their insurance. Read on to learn about her unique journey.

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Young Professional Q&A: Daniel Holt

By Tim Priebe | November 30, 2023

Daniel Holt has a passion for helping people understand their bodies and impact their health in a profound way, leading him to pursue a career in medicine. As the newest member of the Spinal Care Associates team, he is able to bring mobility and pain relief to Edmondites. 

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Cybersecurity for small business websites

By Tim Priebe | November 30, 2023

While I’m not an IT expert, I have been working with website security for the past couple of decades. And there are definitely more cyber threats now than there were twenty years ago. If your website is important to you, then the cybersecurity of your website should be important to you.

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Professional Q&A: Reagan Hamlin

By Tim Priebe | November 16, 2023

Reagan Hamlin has spent the last 20 years working in the Edmond area. As the Executive Director of Free to Live Animal Sanctuary, Reagan takes her passion for animals to new heights and connects pets to their perfect forever families.

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