italy podcast Eye on Italy Podcast 48 ... <em>Forty Eight? Dang that's a lot of podcastin'</em>

Would you believe my Italy blogger friends … the expat-world-famous, Sara, Jessica and Michelle (of Ms. Adventures in Italy, Why Go Italy and Bleeding Espresso, respectively) just published their 48th episode of the Eye of Italy podcast?

That’s remarkable.

Those of you who remember when the girls started the show, might recall that little ‘ole me was their first guest and guess what … ?

I’m baaaaaack!
(listen in here)

This week I’m sharing some summer travel tips with the girls, talking about our B&B’s new ancestry tours and getting Jessica hungry with details on the Calabrian Table Tour.

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Now that summer is here, you can download the podcasts and take them with you on your afternoon strolls … that’s what we do. You can either subscribe to the podcasts (for free!) through iTunes or listen to the current episode and browse previous shows from their site.

Happy Listening!

Are you heading to Calabria or southern Italy? Click here to see how I can help you plan your trip.

Best Education 2012 Website to be Named by Web Marketing. go to web site hot shot business

Online Product News May 1, 2012 “The education industry is very competitive when it comes to Web development and companies can benefit from the independent evaluation of their online efforts,” said William Rice, president of the Web Marketing Association. “Education web sites tend to have a smaller budget than other industries in the competition. Because of this, many are unable to implement some of the features, such as Flash technologies, that could help them get higher scores.” Websites are judged on seven criteria including design, innovation, content, technology, interactivity, copy writing and ease of use. Each WebAward entry in the Education category is judged against other education entries and then against an overall standard of excellence.

All education entrants benefit from receiving valuable feedback in terms of their specific criteria scores compared against the average scores for their industry. They also may receive specific comments from the WebAward’s professional judging panel on their Web site development efforts.

Winners of a WebAward in the education categories will also receive:

Handsome statue or certificate of achievement Increased visibility for their company Marketing opportunity to promote the company website to the media Links to your site from the highly ranked WebAward site to help SEO A highlight for your resume.

Admiration of peers, friends and co-workers Each year, the Web Marketing Association names the Best of Industry for the various education categories based on the score they receive from the WebAward judges. Recent winners of the Best Education Web Site include: 2011 – Florida Institute of Technology for Florida Tech Decision Dashboard 2010 Risdall Marketing Group for Mounds View Public Schools 2009 American University for American University Web Site 2008 – TribalDDB for START A CHAIN REACTION 2007 – Creative Channel Services, LLC for Virgin Mobile – Train on Your Terms 2006 – National Geographic for Discover Antarctica 2005 – Disney Online for Hot Shot Business 2004 – General Motors for GMability Education 2003 – Disney Online for Hot Shot Business 2002 – Freddie Mac for Your Route to Homeownership Recent winners of the Best Schools Web Site include: 2011 WhippleHill Communications for Glenelg Country School 2010 Designkitchen for Wheaton College 150th Anniversary Web Site 2009 WhippleHill Communications for Latin School of Chicago 2008 WhippleHill Communications for Vail Mountain School 2007 Tellus for Bethany School 2006 WhippleHill Communications for St. George’s School 2005 Tellus for West Clermont School District 2004 eSiteful Corporation for Plano Independent School District Recent winners of the Best University Web Site include: 2011 Denison University & Fahlgren Mortine for TheDEN 2010 Corey McPherson Nash for University of Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business 2009 BrowserMedia for University of Maryland Women’s Basketball 2008 – Market United for Murdoch University Switching 2007 The Art Institute of Pittsburgh for The Art Institute of Pittsburgh 2006 – Xavier University for The Road to Xavier 2005 – Geary Interactive for Sand Diego State University Timeline 2004 – School of Visual Arts for School of Visual Arts web site 2003 – 160over90 for Chestnut Hill College Admissions site 2002 – University of Houston for University of Houston Division of University Advancement The 2012 WebAwards are sponsored by the following leading organizations: BGT Partners, PR Newswire, Burst Media, MycroBurst, EContent Magazine, ExactTarget, ad:tech conferences, Internet World UK, SES Conferences, Webmaster Radio, and Website Magazine. The Web Marketing Association thanks these companies for their commitment to the entire online marketing community. this web site hot shot business

About the WebAwards The Web Marketing Association was founded in 1997 to help define the standard of excellence for online marketing. Our internationally known award programs, such as WebAward Competition for Website Development, Internet Advertising Competition and the new MobileWebAwards, recognize the people and organizations responsible for developing the most effective online marketing programs on the Internet today. Entrants benefit from assessment of their marketing efforts by a professional judging panel and the marketing opportunities presented by being recognized as an award-winning web developer.

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Comments

  1. Gaaaaaaaaah! Adorable! OMG he’s changed so much, Cherrye — how is it possible that he’s even *cuter* now? Btw when can we book him? ;)

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    My Bella Vita Reply:

    @Michelle | Bleeding Espresso, Well he just had a *very* nice convo with his Zia “Lee Lee” in Texas, however, if your readers don’t understand nnnnggg and blahblahblah you might want to wait! :-)

    Thank you, btw … we think he is a cutie, but we are decidedly biased!

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  2. I gotta comment on the kiddo too. He’s so stinking cute. I can’t wait to see y’all!

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    My Bella Vita Reply:

    @Andrea, Ha … thanks, Andrea! BTW, P just *loves* when Americans say “stinkin’ cute!” He’s adopted it into his vocab and it, if I can say, sooo stinkin’ funny! :-)

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  3. thats a “hot momma” and a beautiful boy!!!!!….

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    Cherrye Reply:

    @irish Jen, Ha … hot is right-when are we hitting the beach, IrishJen?

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  4. You boy is absolutely amazing his character is just glowing
    Congrats to you and your husband

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    Cherrye Reply:

    @Charmain Giuliani, Awwww, thank you, Charmain. I’m quite sure that twinkle in his eye means he’ll be looking for trouble soon enough! :)

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  5. Totally agree – what a gorgeous baby! Congrats on the new site design too, well done!

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    Cherrye Reply:

    @Tuula, Thank you (on both accounts), Tuula!

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  6. Hey Cherrye,

    You have to help me here with this technology thing! How can I download these podcasts and is there any way of streaming them into another website. I am thinking that people may like them on my http://www.italianpropertytorent.co.uk website. Could push people your way….

    Hope all is well with you. Great picture by the way. Lovely.

    James

    Hey James. Maybe you could recommend the link or the RSS feed to your clients? Thanks for listening!

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  7. Oh. My. Goodness.!!! Look how big he is! One day, we’ll have to get our little Tex-Italians to meet!

    ps.. You look fantastic!

    Thank you, Sonia. And yes – we have to get them together. Too bad we are too far apart for a play date!

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  8. OMG he looks like a little calabrian boy! Oh, wait. uh. right. That’s what he is! You guys are too cute and irresistible!! That straw hat. He put that on for effect, right? What a doll.

    Ha, thanks, Diana. He’s a mess – don’t let that smile fool you!

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