“Small business in a global economy.”

October 7th, 2014 Association Meeting

Small business in a global economy. 

Hawaii Internet Marketers Association (HiMA) proudly presents, Small business in a global economy.”  Come and learn from our keynote speaker, Randall Fujinaka, Co-Founder of Hawaii Internet Marketers Association.  He will discuss how to run a small business in a global economy by outsourcing your back office.

This is HiMA’s first anniversary of being in business! HiMA gives all the credit and thanks its awesome members, advisors, and partners for making this association rise to the top of one of the toughest industries online.  This meeting, Randall will explain how HiMA tapped into not only Hawaii’s best professionals but also building unique systems that links HiMA into the global outsourcing world.  He will break down how you can also build systems for your business that is not only effective but also really affordable.

Randall started his business background in the real estate industry by co-founding the local investment association.  He consistently organized and promoted successful small and large business events in Hawaii for over 10 years. He began using online systems and professionals over 6 years ago, for tasks such as driving traffic off and online, website development, logo and brand building, and tons of other tasks.  He will share with you his experience so your business can also benefit from the global economy.

Please come join us at HiMA, this will be a great event!  HiMA is a place where you will network with local business leaders and professionals, while learning from Hawaii’s best internet marketers.  In this event so you will learn:

  1. Simple way to look at business systems before outsourcing
  2. What tasks can and can’t be outsourced
  3. Why small businesses with online systems will have the competitive edge

HIMA Members: Free plus one friend

Guest are $10 Pre-register, http://bit.ly/1plDBav       

$15 at door

Tuesday, October 7th, 2014,  6:30 pm to 9:00 pm

Manoa Public Library

Conference Room

2716 Woodlawn Dr.

Honolulu, HI 96822

Please reserve your seat today!

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For more information, contact Randall Fujinaka

Phone:  808-429-3524; Email: Randy@HawaiiInternetMarketers.com


3 Things Small business in Hawaii should know about Facebook Fanpages marketing

3 Things Every Business Owner Should Know about Having a Facebook Fan Page

With 800 million users worldwide and over 3 million users a day, Facebook is a great way to promote your business, website or events. When you consider the fact that a typical user has over 100 friends and spends almost one hour everyday on the site, you are just not going to find another method that will allow you connect with current and potential customers than a Facebook Fan Page. It can help you to gain credibility, build relationships with your customers and drive traffic to your website.


Here are three important things that you need to know in order to maximize your effectiveness on Facebook.

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Hawaii Internet Marketers

Hawaii Internet Marketers is a local education resource for everyone marketing on the internet. Our mission is to support all entrepreneurs like small business owners, social media marketers, and affiliate marketers understand and utilize the tools of the internet to grow their businesses. This networking association is an education platform is to learn from experts in their particular topics such as tools for lead generation, to programs and systems to keep their customers information organized and informed. We will recommend the best ways to build on online presence for the company to keep up to speed and growing in ever changing world of online marketing.

White Hat SEO

White Hat SEO vs. Black Hat SEO

Search Engine Optimization: What Color is your Hat?

Search engines have long been sources of traffic for practically every website on the internet. Website owners try to rank their site higher by using a process called SEO (Search Engine Optimization). Higher rankings leads to more website visitors.

While many professionals do their SEO in an acceptable way, some webmasters, looking for shortcuts to get higher rankings, try to trick search engines and deceive users. Practices that are unethical and against Google’s Webmaster Guidelines are called black hat SEO practices, they involve spamming, deceiving users, tricking search engines… On the other hand, SEO done by using ethical and acceptable techniques is called white hat SEO.

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