I have been beside myself wondering what I can do to spread the word about the great benefits of the products I grow and distribute.
I know that there is a science to encouraging people to buy and promote products, and the corporate giants have this down to an art, with their large budgets anjd ivy league staff.
So how does a small minority business owner like me succeed in achieving my goals?
I really believe in SoZo, and find the health benefits to be a pleasant surprise, it's worth the money to me to use it, so I have the first roadblock covered I believe in the product... now if I only knew what to do next? Anyone out there have any suggestions? Drop by jffalaska.com and leave me an email as I sure can use all the help I can get! ~B~
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21 Oct · Fri 2011
Posted by Bill @ 06:46 PM AKDT [ Comments  ]
Its been longer than I have wanted it to be since I have indulged myself with the honor of posting a blog into the vast world of the internet. I find myself with a writers block of sorts and find it odd, as anyone who knows me knows to expect me to go on and on about my farm, the ill effects of genetically modified seed, corporate greed, POW/MIA,my Haida pride and a host of other babblings.
In fact the only time im at a loss for words is when im stuffing my mouth with chips or sleeping. (Note to self: listen more)
So for today, I think ifs time to share my thoughts on food security.
Never has a time in any other civilizations that I know of deliberately contaminated their own food supply in exchange for wealth. 3 mile island, chernobyl and all natural disasters put together pale in comparison to the harm from GMO's and nanotechnology.
The plight of the monarch butterfly and many other insects are now suffering the same doom that monsanto and con-agra have put on our future generations.
An activist im not, and don't have a clue about even how to become one, but the closer to me that my food is grown, the safer its got to be!
Check out my website: JFFALASKA.COM. I encourage all who may stumble upon this blog to search the web themselves and find out about food security and gmo's to decide on their( your) own what's happening. I am not a " treehugger" by any sense of the word, I am pro-technology, I just feel strongly that safeguards for my childrens grandchildren should be in place so they will not have to hear " oops sorry about your deformities but hey we made a trillion dollars at your expense" oh well.
Now if I could only think of something to blog about.... :)
GOD BLESS AMERICA ~B~
Posted by Bill @ 06:42 PM AKDT [ Comments  ]
29 Aug · Mon 2011
Rolling down the highway last evening at my night job, I was reflecting on a previous blog, where I was talking about the amazing sunrises my creator and employer have provided me, and couldn't help but wonder what was in store for me this morning, my 1301st trip to the gold mine (best guess not too far off)
Much to my amazement, I didn't have to wait for the sun to come up, as the Northern lights were out in full bloom ( farmers talk ha!) Anyway, as I was motoring along I could see their reflection dancing on the hood of my assigned freightliner.
I began to wonder since the lights are the same on both ends of the earth, was someone doing the same thing on the southern end...
I kinda doubt it but you never really can tell now can you?
I had a great time yesterday with my brother in law Dennis harvesting Basil, bibb lettuce & miro- radish.
I have been struggling to figure out a way to keep my basil plants from tipping over in the NFT system when they grow taller, and his wise suggestion was to hold down the rockwool cube simply by using a paperclip! It worked great!
I was preparing to spend cash I didn't have to fabricate some newfangled whatchamacallit that probably wouldn't have worked anyways... Thanks Bro!
I recently updated our website with many new photo's of the farm and a couple from my daily run to the mine, have a great day everyone, and if you find the time, I would love for you to evaluate my website: JFFALASKA.COM not to be self promotional or anything but isn't that one of the perks of blogging?
take care all!
Posted by Bill @ 05:34 PM AKDT [ Comments  ]