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.

Professional Q&A: Trey Cole

By Tim Priebe | October 12, 2021

Trey Cole came highly recommended by a CEO I’ve known for over a decade. When I reached out to Trey, he was honored to be featured. By complete coincidence, I later sat near Trey at an Edmond Chamber fundraiser and found him to be very friendly, which is doubtlessly a part of his success. Trey serves as the director at MIDCON Data Services.

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Business lessons from the Serenity Prayer

By Tim Priebe | October 5, 2021

Even if you’ve never suffered from addiction or witnessed a loved one suffer from it, it’s highly likely you’ve heard of the Serenity Prayer. But have you thought of it in terms of the business world?

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Different types of SEO

By Tim Priebe | September 28, 2021

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is crucial if you want to look good in the results of search engines like Google. SEO impacts both where and how you show up in those results, but if you’re just starting to dive into SEO, it can be a bit confusing. The number of different types of SEO varies depending on who you ask. To get started, let’s look at the different types of SEO with a brief overview of each. This can help you determine where you need the most work or even the most help.

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Family ID gives hope and purpose to families

By Tim Priebe | September 21, 2021

How much of what your family does is intentional? Is your family mission-driven? Many nonprofits and businesses are mission-driven, but few families are. At Family ID, an Edmond-based nonprofit, they’re looking to change that.

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Professional Q&A: Paul Crawford

By Tim Priebe | September 14, 2021

Paul Crawford is an Edmond resident and the CEO of OrderMatic Corporation, LLC, an industrial manufacturer in Oklahoma City. Let’s learn more about Paul, his business, and what he enjoys about Edmond.

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Mayor Davis shares progress toward goals

By Tim Priebe | September 7, 2021

Recently, I was fortunate enough to attend the State of the City luncheon where Edmond Mayor Davis Darrell shared the City Council’s strategic plan goals. He shared the following goals with a target of less than two years…

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Why you might need local SEO

By Tim Priebe | August 24, 2021

Do you do business with people in your geographic area? Then you may need local SEO.Let’s start with the basics…

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No Boundaries International helps the hurting

By Tim Priebe | August 17, 2021

We’ve all been hurting at various times in our lives. No Boundaries International (NBI) is a non-profit, faith-based organization that works to restore, train, and deploy the hurting in the heart of OKC and beyond.

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Professional Q&A: Casey Moore

By Tim Priebe | August 10, 2021

I was fortunate enough to attend Leadership Edmond with this month’s professional, Casey Moore with the City of Edmond. Casey was recently promoted to director of management services after serving as the director of marketing & public relations for eight years. Let’s get to know Casey better.

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Women-owned businesses

By Tim Priebe | August 3, 2021

This summer has seen a continued return to pre-pandemic life for many in the business world. Of course, all will continue to see the impact of the pandemic for years to come. Throughout the past year of our history here at Edmond Business, we’ve shared business stories both directly related to the pandemic and unrelated.

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