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December Tech Circuit Show

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This month’s edition of Tech Circuit on The KMBZ Business Channel will feature a look back at the top tech stories of 2014, predictions of the biggest topics of 2015, as well as an interview with Michael Liimatta, President/Co-Founder of Kansas City-based Connecting for Good. Kansas City area listeners can tune in on 1660 am radio, or listen live by clicking here.

Tech Circuit is the only radio program in Kansas City that provides original news and expert commentary on the Kansas City tech scene. Each episode features a unique topic related to new tech updates or what is trending in the Kansas City area. It is hosted by Krista Klaus, and regulars co-hosts of the program include:

  • Keith Krieger, Johnson County Community College
  • Burton Kelso, Integral
  • Corey Morris, Voltage

This edition will air at 1pm on December 24 on AM 1660 radio. To listen live via smartphone, click here.


Minimalism. Beauty fueled from functionality.

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A common misconception of minimalism is that it takes no time at all to design, or that slapping an asset or two on a white background with a thin font makes it minimalism. But the truth is, while limited assets, color palette and overall distractions contribute to a minimalist design, there’s far more to think about when mastering the art of minimalist design. Read More…


The Future Of Mobile Technology: Listen Live Today At 1pm CST

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This week’s edition of Tech Circuit on The KMBZ Business Channel will feature experts that are driving the future of mobile and mobile technology: Engage Mobile Solutions, Sporting Innovations, and FitBark. Kansas City area listeners can tune in on 1660 am radio, or listen live by clicking here.

Because of popular demand, Tech Circuit will air every other Wednesday at 1pm (it used to be monthly). It is the only radio program in Kansas City that provides original news in the Kansas City tech scene. Each week they will feature a unique topic related to new tech updates or what is trending in the Kansas City area. It is hosted by Krista Klaus, and regulars co-hosts of the program include:

  • Keith Krieger, technology education director JCCC
  • Results Technology Executive VP Patrick Murphy
  • Voltage Creative, digital marketing strategist Corey Morris

This edition will air at 1pm today on AM 1660 radio. To listen live via smartphone, click here.


The Importance of a Good Password

money_hack$mOnEy!, is the primary importance of a good password. Don’t think your small three page WordPress site is valuable enough to secure with a proper password? Think again! WordPress is the most popular content management platform on the planet. As such, it’s also the most frequently hacked platform. The primary reason for being hacked? Not because WordPress is an insecure system but because of bad, easy to guess passwords. Read More…


Voltage Welcomes Brittany Link

Brittany LinkVoltage is excited to announce a new hire as it welcomes Digital Marketing Analyst, Brittany Link.  Brittany’s experience and perspective immediately adds to the award winning online marketing staff at Voltage as the agency continues to grow in the areas of search engine optimization (SEO), pay-per-click (PPC) advertising, content marketing, social media marketing (SMM), and email marketing.

Please feel free to help us welcome Brittany to the team and reach out to her via brittany[at]voltagekc.com.  You’ll likely soon start seeing some awesome content on this blog and elsewhere on the interwebs by Brittany.  Also, stay tuned for additional company updates on the blog and in the media in the near future as some exciting things happening here will be announced soon!


Visibility_14: Final Highlights Recap

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I recently had the opportunity to attend the Visibility_14 conference hosted by Searchmetrics in Chicago. This post features a collection of stats and insights from several presentations as I wrap up the series. Stick with me as some of these quick hits and points read (nearly) as fast as the pace of a Marty Weintraub presentation...minus the awesome graphics and energy. Read More...