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.
For our next professional Q&A, I had the honor of interviewing Diane Rice, the owner of Diana K. Rice Nutrition. Diana provides virtual nutrition counseling to both children and adults. Diana’s goal is to help families eat well and stress less. Q: Do you live in Edmond, work in Edmond, or both? For how long?…Read More
I’ve worked with hundreds of businesses in my two decades in the digital marketing world, and I’m privileged to interact with many more now in my role as publisher of Edmond Business. In that time, I’ve met with many business owners, and most of them are wired in one of two ways. Some of them…Read More
If you run a business or nonprofit and you’re not marketing it on social media, you’re missing out. I have yet to talk to anyone working to build awareness of their business or nonprofit who couldn’t benefit from marketing on social media. However, all social media platforms are not created equal. Most likely, focusing on…Read More
This month we kick off a new feature, Professional Q&A. The first professional we’re interviewing is Dave Younge, the Owner and Manager of Progressive Stamping and Fabrication as well as Flex-Ability Concepts. Dave is a long-time resident of Edmond, having lived in Edmond for 26 years. Q: Where did you grow up and go to…Read More
I am a fairly driven guy. I set aggressive goals, work hard, and don’t accept excuses from myself. I should probably go easier on myself, but it’s one of the ways I’ve been able to start multiple businesses, write five digital marketing books, spend time with my family, and stay active in my church. A…Read More
We’re all guilty of using acronyms unique to our industry, often assuming that our clients know what they mean. I often talk with potential clients who already use digital marketing acronyms. More often than not, they don’t have a clear idea of what the acronym means, or sometimes even what it stands for. One of…Read More
So far, 2021 is shaping up to be leaps and bounds better than 2020. This month, Sarah Dickson shares in her first economic column how well Edmond is doing this year so far compared with the same period last year. Last month we shared how the PPOk in Edmond was leading independent pharmacies in a vaccination…Read More
Your website isn’t important. Okay, that sounds weird coming from someone who has been building websites since 1996. But hear me out. Your Facebook Page isn’t important. Your LinkedIn presence isn’t either. And you can forget about your email newsletter, your SEO efforts, your new videos on YouTube. None of them are important. What’s important?…Read More
Several years ago, I developed a simple system that has helped me accomplish most of the yearly goals I have set. In the few years since I put this system into practice, I’ve completed more of my annual goals than I had in all the years prior combined, including both personal and business goals. What…Read More
Ever get irritated when Facebook makes a change? Or if being found on Google is essential to you, what about when they change something? I’m often asked about these changes when they happen, or people just complain to me about them. The actual problem people have isn’t the change itself. It’s the frequent changes times…Read More