Internet Marketing Ninjas Blog

The latest SEO Industry news, notes, and chat.

Deborah Anderson

Deborah Anderson

Director, Project Management Office

Connect with the Author: |

Deborah Anderson (aka Deborah E in music circles) is the Video / Hangout ninja. She is the co-host of the Social Web Cafe TV weekly "Marketing Momentum" show on iHeart Radio. Add to that the programming, psychology, and corporate management experience and she is ready to share tips with YOU.


A brief biography of Deborah Anderson

Deborah Anderson wears many hats and her addiction to acquiring knowledge in many areas is demonstrated through her vast experience. From professional training as a sound engineer at what is now the Los Angeles Film School, to graduating summa cum laude in software architecture (and project management) from Capella University (Minneapolis, MN), she often comments that she is only just beginning.

She and her husband Michael have been the "dream team" behind corporate fixes. They started their own hosting company and domain registration services (with the lowest priced domains for a week), "back in the day." Their synergistic way of working together has been requested for "behind the scenes" fixes by those who need to put their best foot forward. This was especially helpful during Deborah's time as director of information technology at the boutique financial firm, Bel Air Investment Advisors, in Beverly Hills, CA, where image and "getting it done right" were a requirement for the high net worth clientele.

Deborah's love of the stage doesn't stop with chart topping jazz music (as Deborah E), but also as co-host of the Marketing Momentum show on iHeart Radio, a "weekly checkpoint to inspire the marketing momentum that is within you."

Deborah is currently finishing up her Master's degree in psychology, with her belief that it is good to understand the human element in the equation when maximizing the use of tools (IT) and people (psychology).

In her spare time, she produces curriculum (including the Hangout Queen project, "taking your hangouts to the next level"), and writes books (including a novel!). She looks forward to hooking up with her music friends in New York City, with the recent move from Los Angeles (where she was #1 for over a year on RN jazz charts) to New York. She has already performed on Sunset Strip in Hollywood, so she is anxious to check out the jazz scene in New York City.

Deborah and her husband own Social Web Cafe, a subsidiary of her husband's Seaside Records, with a full video and sound studio. This gives a lot of time to play and produce, and share those tips with this Ninja audience.


Deborah Anderson's Posts
10 Oct 2014
Deborah Anderson

The Pricing Challenges in eCommerce

Finding the right price for your product or service could be the difference between making a profit or not making a profit. It could also be the difference between surviving as a company and not surviving as a company or small business. In this economic crunch, since 2008, it has been challenging to identify that sure-fire way of continuing to make a profit, and part of that lies in the…


26 Sep 2014
Deborah Anderson

Why You Need a Landing Page and How To Get One

Landing Pages are a great marketing tool to deliver your sales message in a concise and to-the-point manner. When you want to convert your visitor to a paying customer (or newsletter subscriber, etc.), a landing page is the way to do it. After all, you don’t want them to get lost clicking on different places on your site and miss your opportunity. You really want those conversions. Landing Pages do…


19 Sep 2014
Deborah Anderson

Where Do Web Directories Fit Into the Internet Picture?

Web Directories serve many purposes, whether you are a consumer visiting the web directory to find a solution to your problem or a company wanting to gain exposure for your brand. Either way, the web directory helps to meet those objectives. Web Search and Web Directories Many times we refer to “Googling” something, performing an internet search with a tool like Google, Bing, or another search provider. There used to be…


01 Aug 2014
Deborah Anderson

Adding Some Pizazz To Social Sharing.. with Sniply!

Earlier this week, a friend of mine, Alex Yong, sent me to a really cool page. Not only was it interesting content, but what was that thing in the lower corner? It was social sharing by way of Sniply! Sniply allows you to create all sorts of fun social sharing options, including links, buttons, and forms. With the upgraded, paid version, you can have even more options. And, I liked…


18 Jul 2014
Deborah Anderson

Sharing Your Greetings: Holidays, Birthdays, and Anytime Greetings

With a couple of holidays hitting North America (Canada’s Canada Day and the United States’ Independence Day) this month, it got me searching for that list of web sites to use for sending greetings. Hey, greetings can be sent for holidays, birthdays, and just to say “hi.” For savvy business people you can find uses for greetings sites to work into your engagement. I’m going to start with one of…


01 Jul 2014
Deborah Anderson

5 Ways To Save Time This Week

All of us could use some extra time, right? Even if is to sun bathe and take advantage of beautiful weather. Many of the tools I’m going to suggest are tools that you are not only familiar with, but probably already using. And, you probably already realize that they are a time saver. Let’s list them and get those creative juices flowing and maybe you can identify areas where you…


20 Jun 2014
Deborah Anderson

Facebook Notifications: Keeping You Caught Up and Providing Social Engagement Opportunities

Continuing in Ann’s series on notifications, let’s take a look at Facebook and how Facebook keeps us informed and ready to engage. But, first, get caught up in this series by reading these wonderful articles by Ann Smarty herself: How To Manage Twitter Notifications with Tweetdeck How Google Plus Notifications Work: Who You Can Reach on Google+ The Notifications Bar in Facebook Before digging into just the notifications, let’s look…



06 Jun 2014
Deborah Anderson

May 2014 Content Round-Up in Internet Marketing Ninja World

Check out what has been happening in the Internet Marketing Ninja World, in the forums, communities, blog, and news, in May 2014. What are your hot topics that you want to discuss? Come visit the forums and participate. Internet Marketing Ninjas Blog Check out some of the highlights from the Internet Marketing Ninjas blog in May. 5 “Panda Proof” Internal Linking Strategies. Cognitive Behavior and How We Search the Web….


30 May 2014
Deborah Anderson

When to Have Fun With Fiverr Videos

Videos are fun.. well, mostly. If you haven’t added video to your content strategy plan, it might be time for you to consider that. When you are first starting out with video, you probably have a lot of questions on where to start. There are a couple options, for adding that video content. Create the video yourself. Have someone else create the video (paid or unpaid/friend/favor). If you are in…


23 May 2014
Deborah Anderson

Using RebelMouse to Curate Fresh Content

RebelMouse is an aggregator that allows you to be more productive by providing another automated tool to create fresh content. It is an addition to the family of aggregators like Storify and Paper.li. All three of these tools will aggregate/compile data automatically (or semi-automatically) for you, from different sources across the ‘net. RebelMouse As Content Piece In and Of Itself RebelMouse, like the other aggregators, is a great place for…


09 May 2014
Deborah Anderson

7 Rewards of Adding Forum Participation To Your Marketing Strategy

There are many different reasons why forum participation should be a part of your overall marketing strategy. Some of the benefits are direct benefits. A direct benefit would be someone liking what you posted and following the link in your forum signature to go and buy your product or service on your web site. Some of the benefits are indirect benefits. Indirect benefits would be an extension of building your…


01 May 2014
Deborah Anderson

Social Sharing Writer’s Block: Getting You UN-blocked

Have you every found yourself sitting there staring at the computer screen and knowing you want to share something on your social networks, but can’t for the life of you figure out what to share? (Actually, in reality, I generally find the opposite, where I am at the dinner table having family conversation and something comes up and I stop and say, “That is Tweetable!” The response is usually, “Don’t…