Articles by Tim Priebe

About Tim Priebe

Tim is a public speaker, author, publisher of Edmond Business, and the owner of Backslash Creative. 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.

H-I-S Paint revives shuttered stores

By Tim Priebe | June 7, 2024

After Kelly-Moore Paints suddenly ceased operations at 157 stores nationwide earlier this year, Oklahoma City-based H-I-S Paint has stepped in to reopen seven of the shuttered stores in Oklahoma and Texas.

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Professional Q&A: Abby Williams

By Tim Priebe | May 16, 2024

Abby Williams is an entrepreneurship instructor at Francis Tuttle Technology Center, a business owner, and an Oklahoma native. Learn about her lifelong passion for learning, what she thinks makes Edmond great, and how she ended up at Francis Tuttle.

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Portrait legacy with J. Holland Photography

By Tim Priebe | May 9, 2024

On West 15th Street, just west of Kelly, sits J. Holland Photography. Run by Johnny and Carrie Holland, the business features an outdoor portrait garden behind their studio building that many passers-by may not even know about.

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How to tell if you need a new website

By Tim Priebe | April 30, 2024

Back in 2021, I shared several reasons that you might want to redesign your website, ranging from improving loading speeds to changing business needs. While all of those are still valid reasons, I also shared a redesign is typically necessary every 2-5 years to stay modern. Since it’s been three years since I shared those reasons, that means the digital landscape has evolved. Naturally, so have the reasons to consider giving your website a fresh look.

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Professional Q&A: Mike Crandall

By Tim Priebe | April 25, 2024

Meet Mike Crandall, a business leader and Edmond resident who wears multiple hats. At the helm of Sandler Custom Growth Solutions, Mike dedicates his expertise to coaching, consulting, and training in leadership, management, and sales development. In addition to steering his own organization, he also plays a pivotal role in nurturing sales professionals as the founder and current board president of the Oklahoma Professional Sales Association. Having known and worked with Mike for well over a decade, it’s my honor to dive into Mike’s career with him.

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First quarter 2024 ribbon cuttings

By Tim Priebe | April 16, 2024

Since 2024 began, the Edmond Chamber of Commerce has held numerous ribbon cuttings celebrating grand openings, anniversaries, re-openings, and more. Congratulations to all of these organizations!

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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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