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Sites That Sing

Developed by: Kenny Dockins
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There is too much myth, mystery, and incorrect assumption about the operation, purpose, and value of owning a business website. This is unfortunate because lucrative online business operation can provide a solution for stimulating American economy.

Community members and businesses, alike, need to understand how to make money, and an online business can provide multiple streams of active or passive income for short-term and long-term needs, simply by appropriately plus ethically matching existing consumer queries with solutions that accurately satisfy their desires.


Within 2 years, Sites That Sing will generate $100,000 and establish leadership as a supplier of professional websites which specialize in small and medium sized businesses for the purpose of increasing those businessesí visibility, value, and profit plus the procreation of an increasingly loyal customer base.


We Help Businesses Please Peopleís Passions!


-- Reach an average of $1,000 in revenue per week each year for two years.
-- Provide high-impact plus related and targeted up-sell opportunities that are fruitful for both client and business owner, in the form of:

a) Provide ongoing search engine optimization and website management services at $69 per month, or $600 per year...

b) Offer deeper keyword analysis services at $69 per package, with specific product specialization plus enhance consumer matching capabilities.

c) Creation of client's own "intellectual" products at $49 each, based on mission, vision, unique sales position statement and most prominent consumer-indicated queries.

-- Have at least 25 additional high-quality enthusiastic references posted online from our clients for outstanding website works they receive from us.


-- Establish self-promotional web portfolio targeting our niche sites.

-- Perform plus utilize deep keyword analysis research that couples consumers queries with business owners' matching products and services.

-- Establish unique website company identification for each client by producing a specific audio-visual or musical promotional jingle which becomes part of that business's brand or unique sales position.

-- Make utmost use of combined 3-way linking strategy via keyword-targeted article marketing, high authority social media book-marking campaigns, plus implement effective technologies in mobile text marketing and mobile website advertising.


-- Purchase and secure the domain name, "SitesThatSing.com" by 4/23/2011.

-- Include legal terminology regarding customer right to resell website graphics, themes, and content by 4/24/2011.

-- Run national check for business name availability by 4/30/2011.

-- Complete gold, silver, and platinum website pricing structures by 5/5/2011.

-- Create self-promotional business website that includes linked portfolio samples of sites available to client niches by 5/9/2011.

-- Upgrade existing physical computer system with reliable high-speed wireless Internet plus remote power supply by 5/31/2011.

-- Advertise 1st site for sale via the DigitalPoint.com online marketplace by 6/1/2011.

-- Purchase additional website graphics template licensing agreements from specific vendors by 6/30/2011.


I was born in 1954, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and I grew to be a man of many talents. By age 18, I performed on stage as a singer, songwriter, and guitarist and before high school graduation, my songs played on local radio stations while classmates cheered. I thought my life was set -- that fame and fortune were my destiny.

Yet, as years progressed, the musical management team dissolved, contracts were not renewed, and I had to start making my way as a "regular "guy, working 9-to-5 jobs, which paid the rent but provided very little motivation or inner contentment. After 40 years of accumulated work experience, I was a man skilled in various aspects of law, health-fitness, engineering, computer operations, graphics and desktop publishing.

However, working for other firms had never made me more than $20,000 per year. I thought perhaps a college education was the missing ingredient. Approaching age 50, I enrolled at Temple University and graduated with a Bachelors Degree in education. I also passed the ACE fitness certification exam and landed my highest-paying job as a personal trainer.

I was an "independent contractor" with freedom, high pay, and happiness when the defining moment came. Management decided that trainers would only be paid for the number of new clients who signed up, and I realized it was time to put my entrepreneurial skills to work on my own terms.

I went out on my own, without backing or support, and eventually became penniless. I lost EVERYTHING; however, there was a bigger lesson revealed.

I was now "in" the Skid Row environment, but not "of" it, and while standing in a food line, a homeless lady approached me and said, "You look like a guy who is about something and wants to go places in life." Following inner wisdom, I listened as she described the Pepperdine Microfinance Program, and the next day I met with the contact person at Union Rescue Mission, began my attendance, and never missed a day.

I truly believe in my ability to help others and see future opportunities that I can extend to the community at large. My business, "Sites That Sing," can help optimize online opportunity and make the world a better place.



E4C focuses on three primary populations of entrepreneurs: Veterans, Green and Social Businesses, and those who find themselves operating within marginalized communities.

If you are interested and can find a way to contribute to their success, we would love for you to contact us directly and we will connect you to them.

These are an amazing group of dedicated and hardworking entrepreneurs, and we think each and every one of them is certain to succeed, especially with your help.


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