blog shows story music photos video contact store
Help get “Terrible Things” on the radio and win a limited edition signed poster! Did someone say “Swimsuit Issue”?
Aug 24

On Wednesday, Sept 8th we’re performing at the US OPEN! So slap on a tennis bracelet and let’s make a racquet. We’re playing the Baseline Stage from 6:00pm - 7:30pm…let the games begin!

For more info, visit the US Open official website!

11 Responses to “It Must Be LOVE…We’re playing the US OPEN!!!”

  1. Joan Cavanaugh Says:

    April that is great…..

  2. Kesha Gearn Says:

    Sick of obtaining low amounts of useless traffic for your website? Well i wish to tell you about a brand new underground tactic that produces me personally $900 per day on 100% AUTOPILOT. I possibly could be here all day and going into detail but why dont you merely check their website out? There is a great video that explains everything. So if your seriously interested in producing simple hard cash this is the site for you. Auto Traffic Avalanche

  3. Backlink building software Says:

    hey. I really love reading your shares. Thanks for the amazing shares.

  4. Charlie Says:

    I’ll be there, see you tomorrow! ;P

  5. Sweed Says:

    hey… this grammar is sweet for my eyes lol

  6. Frankie Forcello Says:

    Hey… It looks like there’s a problem with the site layout. For some reason the text block is getting mixed with the border. Is this just me or have other people mentioned this? Just wanted to let you know in case you’ve been updating the site. Thanks! Frankie Forcello

  7. Zella Ripoll Says:

    Erm Ich sag immer sprich mit Menschen und warte nicht bis sie mit dir reden naja was solls

  8. Clay Cogbill Says:

    Wisconsin Seo Explained - Part 1
    With over 50 Billion searches each year in the U.S. alone, Search engine marketing tactics is easily the 1,000 lb Gorilla online, far out-pacing any other form of Internet Marketing.

    Now that over 80% of Americans have Internet access both at home and at work, recent research clearly shows that the Internet has become a primary source of information for those seeking to purchase services or products. With so much to gain (or lose), it makes sense to fully understand how search engines work with a view toward tapping into this phenomenal form of marketing to drive brand awareness, customers and lastly, revenue.

    For the purpose of this discussion, we will focus on “Natural” or free listings; we”ll be discussing Pay per click marketing in another article.

    Unlike Pay per click listings where advertisers pay for placement, “Natural” or “Organic” listings are based entirely upon relevancy. The websites shown on page one of a SERP are considered by Google to be the most relevant sites for the keyword or keyphrase typed in by the user. To maximize Search engine optimization we have to understand how Google (and other search engines) determine relevance.

    Search engine marketing…It’s All About Relevance
    There are literally dozens of criteria search engines use to determine relevance. Key indicators are page titles, domain names, keyword density and the number of links pointing to a website just for starters.

    With millions of websites and billions of webpages on the net today it’s simply not possible for search engine companies to use people-power to review pages and determine their relevancy. Therefore, they automate the process by using intelligence software to “crawl” your website and collect information which is then used by a ranking algorithm to deteremine relevance.

    Seo is focused on insuring your website is highly relevant for your targeted terms. This is an important distinction to make. Since the entire process is driven by software, you won’t get points for having a “pretty” website. Search engines don’t have a preference for attractive websites, they don’t really care you have great navigation and superb animation. They care only about gathering cold, hard data to determine what your website is about and how it stacks up against other sites on the same topic.

    If you think about it, it seems sensible. The purpose of search engines is to return perfect results in line with the search term the user types in. This is exactly why Google dominates online.. They do it better than everyone else.

    To continue on to part 2 of this article, please read our blog post on Wisconsin Search Engine Optimization.

  9. Belva Seley Says:

    Nice, neat work! Happy I came by your post first to have digested this!

  10. Camillas Plegables Says:

    Tu sitio web me gusta mucho, lo voy a tener en cuenta, suerte!

  11. Jermaine Emberley Says:

    Does your blog have a contact page? I’m having trouble locating it but, I’d like to send you an e-mail. I’ve got some ideas for your blog you might be interested in hearing. Either way, great blog and I look forward to seeing it develop over time.

Leave a Reply