Julie Arko

  • Enter to win zBoost Metro Cell Phone Signal Booster!

    August 7, 2012 - Leave a Comment

    Who doesn't want to win free stuff? Here is your chance to win a zBoost Metro! Perfect gadget for college kids going back to school, who are living in dorm rooms or off campus apartments with bad cell signal coverage. For contest rules and entry form click HERE


    Benefits Include:

    • Increases indoor signal coverage – up to 1500 sq ft
    • Supports multiple users simultaneously
    • Compatible with all U.S. carriers and mobile devices using 800 & 1900 MHz (except Nextel/iDEN or 4G, 2100MHz phones)
    • Increases voice and data transmission
    • Decreases dropped or missed calls
    • Easy to set up – comes complete with everything you need
    • No cradle or connections to your phone
    • Extends phone battery life (uses less power when signal is stronger)
    • Protects the carrier network using patented technology

    Cell phone signal booster

  • Paychex Infographic: Mobile Apps Are Revolutionizing America's Small Businesses

    June 26, 2012 - Leave a Comment

    Recently the company Paychex a provider of payroll, human resource, and benefits outsourcing solutions for small and medium-sized businesses released an infographic that takes a look at how businesses use mobile technology to increase efficiency and productivity within their businesses.

    New infographic examines how small businesses use mobile technology to save time and increase productivity

    "Small business owners and entrepreneurs are constantly facing new demands on their time and are increasingly turning to mobile technology to better manage it," said Paychex President and CEO Martin Mucci. "In fact, as our new infographic illustrates, 50 percent of small businesses who use mobile technology say they couldn’t survive without it."

    Paychex released the infographic as it celebrates the launch of its new Paychex Mobile smartphone application for iPhone(R), Android(TM), and BlackBerry(R).

    The new Paychex infographic is available for download and embedding at http://blog.buildmybiz.com/infographic-small-business-mobile-technology/

    cell phone booster will help run mobile apps faster on your mobile phone

    Information about the infographic click here

    For information on Paychex click here

  • For Teens Only

    October 8, 2009 - Leave a Comment

    Founder of Girl Talk Janine Davis and Pastor Murphy of Newbirth


    For Teens Only was an all-day expo that I was very lucky to participate in. It provided comprehensive exposure to the best resources that Charlotte, NC has to offer youth and families so they are equipped with the knowledge to enhance their lives. Based on the event’s theme “For Teens Only: I Am Worth Saving,” the expo offered information to encourage healthy decision-making, respect, responsibility, goal setting, career planning and youth activism on the issues that matter most to teens.

    The morning kicked off with a great musical group called Inspire the fire with a marching band. I don’t know what made me happier, the excitement of the day or the happiness on all the teens faces. This was the point of the day that I realized that I was grateful to participate in this event and possibly encourage a young person that life has a lot to offer and that the community was there to support young teens and bond us together even for the day.

    I had the opportunity to speak on a panel during the morning sessions to girls and their mothers on topics such as body image and loving your body, self esteem, self respect, and body image related to the media. Other panelists included Fanny Morales with Tequila Magazine, Stephanie Mills Actress and recording artist, Amy Combs, psychologist with the Charlotte Balance Center and Donna Scott the Body Chronicles producer and director. The girls had a lot to say and the discussion was very helpful for the parents. The session ended with two teen girls reciting a body image poem which was inspirational and positive.

    I spent the rest of the afternoon walking around checking out the rest of the exhibitors and was really pleased to see such a great turnout and so much support for the teens in the community. This event was created and put together by Janine Davis Executive director of The Girl Talk Foundation. Girl Talk is a girls group that encourages positive and critical thinking, builds character, promotes self-respect, teaches life skills, teaches leadership skills and serves as a network of support for young teenage girls. For more information on Girl talk visit: http://girltalkfoundationinc.com/

     For more information on the expo visit: http://www.forteensonly.net/ Here is the question I leave you with. How are you helping in your community? What are you doing to support teens, our next generation?

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