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THE INTERNATIONAL READERS ARE CHECKING IN!

YOU’RE NOT ALONE ON THE INSITE!

I did a quick scan of Google Analytics Thursday night to see where our readers are coming from here on the Insite. I was impressed at the number of countries we’re reaching. Some of it could be mainly military folk or computer servers in strange places but I’m sure it’s more than just that. There are people all over the world reading the blog. And I say we because without the readers and your ideas this site would be super boring. Thanks again!

Where are they coming from:

1. United States
2. Canada
3. United Kingdom
4. France
5. Spain
6. Germany
7. Italy
8. Australia
9. Brazil
10. Belgium
11. Slovenia
12. Kazakhstan
13. Indonesia
14. Austria
15. Norway
16. Denmark
17. Hong Kong
18. Puerto Rico
19. Jamaica
20. Ireland

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THE NEW PUBLIC RELATIONS SPECIALISTS IN TOWN!

MEET ANGEL HENSON-SMITH AND HER BUSINESS PARTNER ASHLEI MORRISON!

Angel Henson- Smith (R) and Ashlei Morrison (L) discovered their strengths as a publicist’s in 2006 while working with a local, nationally recognized publishing company. They sharpened their new found skills by taking on freelance assignments, taking classes, and internships collectively in Los Angeles, CA, New York, NY and Houston, TX. Earlier this year, they nationally launched their own publicity, media relations, and event planning firm, TENGPR. The firm opened its doors in early 2006, but has not publicly announced its formation until now. Not having been nationally launched TENGPR has begun making a name for itself as a competitive PR and Marketing Firm. TENGPR has the connections to help anyone in the corporate, consumer, entertainment, fashion, film, sports, and non-profit sectors achieve their public relations and marketing goals.

TENGPR work speaks for itself. Having worked on projects for major films: “This Christmas,” “Step Up to the Streets 2,” “First Sunday,” and “Hancock” the companies CEO’s noticed a growing trend of major CA based companies looking for representation in the Houston market and decided it was time to supply the demand. In addition, Morrison has worked with Grammy award winning artists: Chris Brown, Britney Spears, LeToya Luckett, Lil Wayne and a host of others. Over the past years the company has also taken on several non-profit projects, including those of the American Cancer Society and the American Red Cross. The wide range of industries in which these clients come from and your ability to recognize their names is proof that the TENGPR Firm will deliver!
Henson-Smith and Morrison would like to keep their company small, and hope to plan more VIP events, parties, conferences and festivals in the future. The Houston-based firm will specialize in serving the cities small to mid-size companies in consumer, corporate, health care, political, entertainment, and non-profit industries. This move will formally enter the company into the Texas market while expanding its’ network and maintaining a personal connection with clients, and contacts all over the world.

TENGPR always stays abreast on the latest technology and also provides assistance in website development, electronic press kits, and video production. To experience public relations at a higher level, stop your search with TENGPR. We have the talent and skills to take care of all your public relations needs as: “We are YOUR Talent and Entertainment Networking Group®” in a time where “Your Network determines Your Net Worth.” More information can be found at the company website, www.tengpr.com.

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HOW TO GET OVER ON THE RESTAURANT!

THE USEFUL INFORMATION YOU NEED IN THIS TOUGH ECONOMY!

My Insite tip of the day is about free drinks while you’re out eating. If you’re on a tight budget and don’t want to pay for your drink at lunch or dinner I have a tip you can use. Don’t order a soft drink or tea. It will cost you on the average about $2. I just ask for ice water. Also, ask the waitress or waiter for lost of lemons. There’s gonna be some sweet n low on the table. Take your ingredients and make yourself an old fashioned glass of lemonade. See, I’ve just saved you $2. This is why you read the Insite, right?