Dzine It is supporting the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Cycle for Survival event by sponsoring Nicholas Webb, a cancer survivor, who is passionate about working to help these kids.  “His work is admirable and that’s why we are sponsoring Nicholas and his team, The Chrysler Cyclers.”

Tthis national indoor “team cycling event” raises money to fund critical pediatric cancer research at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.

Those who participate in this event, like Nicholas and his teammates, help make progress and hope possible for pediatric cancer patients and their loved ones worldwide.

In fact, according to the Cycle for Survival website, 100% of the funds donated go directly to the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center to help patients around the world. So far, Cycle for Survival has helped fund 85 clinical trials and research studies.

Nicholas Webb is a survivor himself.  From extraordinary research and the people who fund it is the reason he is alive today.  So, not only will he assist in trying to find new cures but he also is helping to raise money to keep my studies and other studies conducted at Sloan-Kettering open, so they can save the lives of more kids fighting the good fight against cancer.”

According to Memorial Sloan-Kettering, since its inception in 2007, Cycle for Survival has raised more than $34.7 million for rare cancer research and the direct funding has drastically reduced the time it takes for treatments to reach patients—in some cases cutting the span from years to months.

We are asking anyone who would like to support Nicholas, Team Chrysler and Sloan Kettering, should visit his page at



The International Academy of the Visual Arts (IAVA) announced that New York based dzine it, a digital solutions firm in New York City specializing in custom website development and digital marketing, has won A Davey Award for ( Website – Media Streaming

Dzineit Wins Davey Award For SongSilo Website

SongSilo wins 2013 Davey Award For media streaming website

The Davey Awards is the leading awards competition designed specifically for small firms, agencies and companies worldwide to compete with their peers to win the recognition they deserve for the finest creative work. dzine it, Inc. was selected out of nearly 4,000 entries from across the US and around the world. The award recognizes the achievement that comes with being a “Creative David” – getting strength from big ideas, rather than big budgets. Read Full story at here

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As 2013 closes and 2014 approaches, it’s time to take a look at your business and plan ahead for the New Year.

This past year saw a tremendous growth in the web, online marketing and the expansion how to market your website in 2014of mobile. Traditional methods of doing business, promoting products and services and use of desktops continued to be supplanted by newer practices of social media, online video and visual marketing as well as web data driven metrics.

With this in mind its time to start implementing and expanding your online presence and marketing by making the following resolutions and incorporating them into your business plan in 2014.

Employ a robust content marketing plan.
Content Marketing became more important than ever in 2013.  Custom content is less expensive and very effective in driving traffic to a website.  Maintaining frequent updates with quality and unique content is a valuable too for both visitors and search engines.  Implementing a robust content marketing plan should be a priority resolution.  Elements should include a video, a regularly updated blog, informational papers, other appropriate visuals and offerings. Having a robust content marketing plan is also much more suited to the digital era than conventional TV, radio or print.

Maximize your use of social media.
Social Media is not a fad. It is here to stay.  A strong presence on social media platforms is more important than ever before.  When you post on social media platforms you need to be sure to engage your audience.  Whether it be Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or Google+ you need to get into conversations with people. Use social media to build help build a visual brand for your business.  Share images with ideals that you believe represent your product/service – i.e. vibrant, old, young, etc.) to help attract your customer base and build audience.

Pay attention to mobile.
More people are accessing the web via their mobile device every day. Make sure you have a responsive design or a mobile version of your website.  It is important that your site loads quickly, functions properly and is easily found on mobile devices.

Capitalize on website analytics.
Social media has enabled businesses to have more information about customers than ever before.  This information is a wealth of knowledge on how visitors found you and what they think of you. Regularly reviewing these metrics ultimately enables you to serve them better and get their business. Data driven marketing can help you to be more effective and more personalized in your campaigns and meet your goals.

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