Standing in shawdows of the thrid largest gambling destination in the US, Tunica, MS, I tackle today’s topic: why I oppose gambling? I could spend hours giving you anecdotal evidence of the negative consequences of gambling (stories of poverty sticken adults buying lottery tickets instead of family necessities or college students flunking out of school […]
About Jimmy Smith
Jimmy Smith is the SEO and Digital Analytics Manager at Hilti, an international manufacturer of power tools, concrete anchors, and other technologies for construction professionals. Jimmy has been a digital marketing leader for 20 years with roles in analytics, product management, and search engine optimization in organizations large and small, both for-profit and non-profit. Jimmy enjoys creating innovative digital experiences and marketing campaigns that delight customers, increase engagement, boost ROI, and achieve business goals. Jimmy has also moonlighted from time to time for many years as an SEO freelancer and digital marketing consultant. Jimmy loves to learn and to write about what he is learning on topics that range from technology and marketing to politics and religion. When he is not working, Jimmy enjoys spending time with his wife and six children, who he loves and is very proud of.
Entries by Jimmy Smith
Exxon Mobil Corporation recently reported record profits of $39 billion (that’s $39,000 million). The following day, Hillary Clinton was quoted saying, “I want to take those profits and put them into an alternative energy fund.” ) This leads us to today’s topic: Whose money is it? From my perspective (in which I value hard work, […]
Rush Limbaugh stated on his radio show recently that we Conservatives have lost the debate with the American people on the issue of raising the federal minimum wage. That may be so, but here is my attempt to take the argument back. Here are the top three reasons why I am opposed to raising the federally […]
So as California and Florida are facing unseasonably low temperatures that have threatened our country’s citrus crop, we tackle the issue of global warming. It’s a frequent topic in the news, in politics and even our school children are inundated with alarming information (and often mis-information) on global warming. So once again, let’s look at […]
Back in October 2006 I paid $2.01 for a gallon of gasoline and I thought to myself that I would never see the day when gas dropped below $2 a gallon. Well, today I paid $1.98 per gallon. I guess Democrats only thought they would see prices this low as we approached the 2008 elections. […]