What are you Writing?

By Aria Gmitter

nookflowersWhat are you writing? Is it a message that stems from the heart, a haunting nightmare? Is it fear? Or is it faith?

How’s that book in your head? When your thought life reads the pages, does it hear a message that is self-pleasing, or one that connects to a need or a specific need or want to a particular audience? Do you write to please yourself?  Or others? Or do you do both?

Do you write for money, or pleasure? Or a little in between? Are you a writer who speaks, or are you a speaker who writes?

Does it even matter? Absolutely.

As a person who works in publishing, I read query letters all the time. The one thing I have observed in writers is lack of focus on what they write and why. Is this detail important?  Can’t a writer write fiction, and non-fiction?  Or both?

The answer is yes. The answer is no.

Yes anyone can write anything at anytime. However, better writers focus their energy on specific writing tasks. The level of skill goes up with the amount of concentrated effort.

What sells is genre-specific, high-quality writing. If you want to be published in the mainstream market and become well-known, ask yourself when you sit to write:

Where do I want to go?
What am I writing?
Will this get me there?

These are tough questions. If you don’t know the answers to them, why not take time today amidst and make it a priority to answer them? Trust me. It will not only help you understand your purpose better. But it will definitely ignite your passion for writing, give you clarity and help your writing.

Your Platform-Power partner in publishing,

~Aria

Social Media & Publishing

By Aria Dunham

Breaking into new markets are tough in today’s times, particularly for writers and businesses who provide product and content for children’s and young adult markets.

Right now, according to Publisher’s Weekly, Children’s books are steadily on the rise closely followed by Early Reader and the Middle Grade Categories. To help new and existing writers navigate the movements in today’s publishing culture, we’ve compiled a few articles to help equip you to be in the know of what to do to market your books. Since we understand that good marketing not only needs high quality content, but context to command the loyalty of your readers and buyers, we’ve also encourage you to read “Five Steps to Improve Your Marketing to Generation-Y” below.

I know that you have so many quality choices to get your information from on the internet. I want to personally thank you for including my business blog as part of your resource to publishing and platform development information. Feel free to share anything you like on our website on your social media. And always, remember if you want Platform-Power…we build your platform, not you! Contact us by email or phone us at 561-707-0757 to discuss your current platform business needs.

Best to you,

Your Platform-Power Friend,

Aria Dunham, President | CEO

Including a Content Marketing Children’s Story

by Angela Natividad  |  May 10, 2013 |  1,009 views | MarketingProfs.com

Learn why Facebook’s blue and how eBay plans to data-woo advertisers. Get the scoop on paid YouTube subscriptions, a better way to manage B2B expenses, and how Yahoo plans to strong-arm the irony crowd with a winning content deal. Speaking of which, finish up with a children’s story about what should be at the heart of your content strategy. Skim for happily ever after!

One-man bandstand. Two weeks ago, Daft Punk’s latest single, “Get Lucky,” featuring Pharrell Williams, exploded on the internetRead more:

Five Steps to Improve Your Marketing to Generation-Y

by Joeri Van den Bergh  |  | MarketingProfs.com

April 24, 2013|

Our world is changing rapidly. Technology is developing faster than ever. Information is shared and made available everywhere.

Generation-Y is the first generation that grew up with the Internet, and these Millennials are used to having everything at their fingertips. They are pragmatic, connected, bold, and eclectic. Marketing, therefore, will never be the same again. Merely pushing advertising doesn’t work anymore. One-way communication simply doesn’t do the trick.

Based on interviews with 21 global marketing executives from various industries (including from Converse, Heineken, Abercrombie & Fitch, BBC, Microsoft, and Reckitt & Benckiser), we defined a five-step plan for marketers to improve their marketing toward demanding Gen-Y customers.

Step 1: Make it relevant

Everything Starts With the Product

If your product isn’t doing what it promises, you may as well close the books.  Read more:

The Women of Social Media: Digital Influencer Study [Infographic]

By: Veronica Maria Jarski, Senior writer at MarketingProfs | April 20, 2013

According to recent data from Pew Research Center, online women use social networking sites in greater proportions than men do: 75% vs. 63%.

What are those women doing on their social networks? What are they discussing? How much influence do they wield? The answers to those questions can be found in the following infographic by global communications firm Weber Shandwick.

The firm partnered with KRC Research to conduct an online survey of 2,000 North American women. The resulting Digital Women Influencers intends to “to identify segments of women who are influential in social media and to provide new and unique insights about the female market as marketers and communicators evolve their strategies and plans in this new era of consumer engagement,” according to Weber Shandwick.

So, what did the study discover? Here are some highlights.

Some 86% of North American online women have a social media account/profile, with 2.2 accounts on average each. They favor Facebook: 81% of them are on Facebook.

And how much time are online women spending on social media? They spend an average of 12 hours per week using social media: nearly two hours a day!

Women of social media enjoy their online networks nearly as much as they enjoy live social activities, and they even enjoy it slightly more than dating or spending time with their significant other.

Moreover, 62% of women of social media like that social media lets them control who talks to them and who they talk to. And 24% of women in social media prefer to socialize through their social media networks more than they do in person.

Find out more survey results from the infographic:

Read more (Marketing Profs)

 

The Global 50: The World’s Largest Book Publishers

Pearson’s commitment to publishing allowed it to widen the company’s lead as the world’s largest book publisher in 2011. While Pearson, with holdings in both the trade and educational publishing segments, was able to increase its revenue last year, its closest rivals lost ground, according to Livres Hebdo/Publishers Weekly’s annual ranking of the world’s largest publishers. Second place Reed Elsevier, for example, saw its publishing sales fall as it had created a risk management division, which has no book-related sales.

Among other top 10 companies, Hachette Livre sales dipped due to spotty softness worldwide, including a small decline in the U.S. Grupo Planeta sales were also off in 2011, and with economic conditions worsening in Spain the publisher faces a difficult 2012. Softness in the school market resulted in a decline in sales at McGraw-Hill Education in 2011, but the company remained the largest U.S.-based book publisher.

Read More (Publishers Weekly)

 

10 Classic Books You Read in High School You Should Reread

By Kevin Smokler

It’s all too easy to look at the novels assigned to us as high school students as monuments or mist, to be worshiped or abandoned as we did our outfit to the junior prom. That either/or narrative matches both how we encounter these “great books” in education (as non-negotiable requirements) and an educator’s hope for our response (that their “greatness” changes our lives). That may be a whole lot no-shades-of-gray thinking on my part. As proof, I’ll accept a “meh” opinion on Moby-Dick or The Scarlet Letter from anyone assigned to write an essay on it as a teenager.

Is there a third way? Read More…

How much Should you Spend on SEO

seo-moneyBy Jayson DeMersMay 13th, 2013

Nearly every business today must decide how much to spend on search engine optimization (SEO). This isn’t an if question. Robust online marketing is imperative for survival in a web-driven world.

The question every business professional must ask is, “How much will we spend on SEO?” Keep reading for all the information you’ll need to make that decision, plus some helpful tips on how SEO agencies work so you can be successful as you forge a crucial partnership with an online marketing firm.

SEO Payment Models

To understand the dollars and cents discussed below, you must understand payment models used by agencies. SEO agencies typically offer four main forms of services and payment:

  • Monthly retainer: In this model, clients pay a set fee each month in exchange for an agreed-upon array of services. The monthly retainer is the most common payment model, because it provides the greatest ROI. Monthly retainer arrangements usually include regular analytics reports, on-site content improvements, press releases, link building, keyword research, and optimization.
  • Contract services at fixed prices: Nearly all SEO agencies sell contract services. Often, before a client is ready to engage a monthly retainer, they will select contract services that they want to have completed. The services that an SEO agency offers are often advertised on their site, along with a price. A typical example of this is an SEO website audit which can help determine existing strengths and weaknesses in the client’s online presence, competitive analysis, as well as keywords that have the highest potential to return positive ROI.
  • Project-based pricing: Project fees are similar to contract services with the exception that they are custom projects created specifically for a client. Pricing varies according to the project. For example, a local cupcake shop may ask an SEO agency to help them with their local online marketing. The client decides that they want the agency to establish their social media accounts. The cupcake business and the SEO agency will decide on the scope and cost of the project.
  • Hourly consulting: This familiar consulting model is an hourly fee in exchange for services or information.

Most SEO agencies use all of these payment models. Likewise, clients may work with an agency using more than one model. For example, a client may choose to enter into a monthly retainer, purchase a contract service, and engage in a special project with the agency, thus entering into three of the payment models.

Typical SEO Costs

So, what should you expect to pay? Here’s a survey of the range of the costs according to the payment models described above.

  • Monthly retainer: $750-5,000 per month. Within this range, the amount that a client pays depends on the size of their business and the extent of services provided by the agency. On the lower end of this spectrum are small SEO agencies that offer a limited range of services. On the upper range are businesses with greater needs working with full-service SEO agencies. Most businesses pay between $2,500 and $5,000 for a monthly retainer.
  • Contract services at fixed prices: price variable. Businesses that are just testing the waters in SEO usually choose a contract service as an entry point. Typical contract services include things like SEO copywriting ($0.15-$0.50/word), site content audit ($500-$7,500), link profile audit ($500-$7,500), and social media site setup ($500-$3,000).
  • Project-based pricing: price variable. Since there are a variety of projects, there is a wide range of prices. Most projects cost from $1,000 to $30,000.
  • Hourly consulting rate: $100-300/hr. SEO consultants, whether individuals or agencies, usually charge between $100 and $300 per hour.

(Some of these figures are taken from a 2011 SEOmoz survey of 500 consultants and agencies.)

Things You Should Be Suspicious of

Any discussion of SEO agencies and pricing isn’t complete without a few warnings. To help you guard against indiscriminate SEO agencies with unethical business practices, read and heed. Be suspicious of the following promises:

  • Guarantees. SEO firms generally can’t provide guarantees due to the constantly changing nature of the industry.
  • Instant results. True, some SEO tactics can get “instant results” by gaming the system. Be warned that these can hurt you in the long run. Instant results often involve SEO practices that are against webmaster guidelines put out by search engines. Invariably, Google seeks out these techniques and penalizes them, resulting in lost rankings that can take months to recover.
  • #1 spot on Google. If an agency promises you the number one spot on Google, it sounds great. Hopefully, you’ll be able to get it. However, it’s not something that a firm can promise to hand over to you.
  • Costs lower than $750/month. When it comes to SEO, you aren’t shopping for the lowest price; you’re seeking the best level of service. Be wary of rock bottom prices or “unbelievable deals.”
  • Shady link building services. Link building is a crucial part of SEO. You can’t have a highly-ranked site without inbound links. But there’s a dark side of link building. Link trust is gaining importance to appear high in the rankings. Before you enter into an arrangement with an SEO agency for link building services, ensure that their link building services are ethical, white label services. You may even wish to ask them where they may be able to gain links for a business in your industry.

Things to Keep in Mind

As you begin shopping for SEO agencies and making your decision, be mindful of the following points:

  • SEO takes time. A monthly retainer is best. Think of SEO as a long-term investment. Aggressive campaigns and major pushes may have their place, but the most enduring SEO results come from a long-term relationship. In SEW’s Mark Jackson wrote, “The real value of SEO efforts are, generally, not realized in the first month(s) of the effort.” It’s true. SEOs don’t wave a magic wand and get instant results. Instead, they perform extensive operations that will produce results months down the road.
  • SEO changes, and your rankings will change, too. The field is full of competitors, and rankings rise and fall with the changing of algorithms and the entrance of new competitors. One-and-done SEO tricks simply don’t work. It takes constant monitoring to keep your website ranking well and performing at top-notch levels.
  • Not all SEO services are created equal. Again, SEO isn’t about shopping around for the lowest prices. It’s about finding the finest agency you can. Look for an SEO agency that defines its scope of services, and takes the time to educate you.
  • SEO is important. Do it. The point of your website is to increase and/or improve your business. Unless people are finding your website, it’s not even worth having one. The smart thing is to pay what it takes to keep your site findable by the people who are looking.
  • Hiring an SEO agency is best. You may be thinking, “Can’t I just do this SEO thing on my own?” A tiny percentage of business owners or professionals have the skill and savvy to do their own SEO. Even so, comprehensive SEO takes way more time than most business owners can afford. Even an employee who “knows a lot about SEO,” will be hard-pressed to deliver the level of services and excellence found in a SEO agency. You’ll rarely come out on top if you try to go it alone, and you’ll never get the same level of ROI that you would with a competent SEO agency.

You Decide

For most businesses today, SEO is the highest ROI marketing effort. The benefits it provides exceed the value of other marketing approaches – direct mailing, broadcast advertising, online ads, etc.

No longer do businesses decide whether they need SEO services. Instead, they decide how much they’re going to spend. As long as they choose a quality SEO agency, their decision will lead to incredible amounts of revenue.

You can decide how much that’s worth to you.

Article taken from http://searchenginewatch.com/article/2267471/How-Much-Should-You-Spend-on-SEO-Services

Should You Smash Your Words?

By Aria Gmitter

Writers every where are frustrated with the traditional publishing route and the ever-increasing gatekeepers to the almighty book in print. So, in desperation writers flooded e-publishing on Amazon, in hopes of having sales sky-rocket. The sad story for many indie e-published writers is that the stream of new books became a flood gate that burst open, and titles were covered by the wave faster than you can type tsunami. And few, if any are seen by buyers.

Visit SmashwordsThe news on e-publishing and indie authors is that despite a dip in the number of self-published authors posted on Amazon, authors are not giving up the dream of seeing their words in print.  The latest increase in e-publications can be seen by Smashwords.

What is Smashwords anyway? Is it legitimate? Can it help new writers get the visibility that they long for?

According to a blog post dated Wednesday, May 8th, 2013 by the original Smashwords blog  Authors are being helped all around the world on the sale and publication of their books. You can review the details of their self-conducted study here.

To make the publishing process easier for writers, Smashwords has dedicated a few useful tools to their potential clients for free. One of which comes in a The Secrets to E-book Publishing Success.

Smashwords has also put together a small video for writers to help them understand how data drives sales. If you are interested in watching this video here’s the link.

Every coin has two sides. When I first heard of Smashwords, I’ll admit I was a bit skeptical but mostly due to piracy issues related to content theft. But I had also heard some stories about the layout of books published on Smashwords. Still, many authors that I respected as people in their chosen professions determined to use it as a stream of visibility in self-promoting their books. The 2012 Review of last years success for indie authors reveals that electing to use this company might not have been such a bad idea.
What are some simple steps a writer can take to help make a wise decision on whether or not Smashwords is one way get their book out?

This statement was taken from a blog posted by The Digital Reader on Smashwords, “The good of Smashwords is that it is a place where one can find true gems, true masterpieces among the slush, and find them at very reasonable prices. Some excellent, even outstanding, authors I have found at Smashwords are Richard S. Tuttle, Vicki Tyley, Shayne Parkinson, Lee Goldberg, Catherine Durkin Robinson, Saffina Desforges, and Markus Kane.  The bad of Smashwords is how difficult it can be to find these authors.”

In an blog post by The Independent Publishing Magazine Mick Rooney states that Amazon still gives the visibility that a writer needs, but Smashwords allows writers more control over format for any reader without any problem. This is an important consideration for individuals who want to maximize their downloads when selling a book. As in all sales format is important, and if you’re selling an e-book, wouldn’t e-reader friendliness be a must? We say, YES!!

Then, there is another blogger who decided to write 500 reasons to love Smashwords. She included in this list the ability to give friends and family coupons towards the purchase of her book, (who doesn’t love coupons!?!)

So, what’s the bottom line? Smashwords is the most e-friendly in format, but the most difficult in navigating to find those writers you love. If you’re a writer that hasn’t felt the love from your would be readers, this is a problem. But it’s a good problem to have because it is one that can be solved. How? By building a platform that gives you the visibility that gets you out there.

Platform-Power Step 1: Remember it’s important to work your social media daily! Don’t have social media. Get some.

Platform-Power Step 2: Hire a marketing pro to help you build your social media strategy.

Platform-Power Step 3: Build a brand that reflects you and connects to your audience.

 

Should you Smash Your Words?

By Aria Dunham

Writers every where are frustrated with the traditional publishing route and the ever-increasing gatekeepers to the almighty book in print. So, in desperation writers flooded e-publishing on Amazon, in hopes of having sales sky-rocket. The sad story for many indie e-published writers is that the stream of new books became a flood gate that burst open, and titles were covered by the wave faster than you can type tsunami.

Visit SmashwordsThe news on e-publishing and indie authors is that despite a dip in the number of self-published authors posted on Amazon, authors are not giving up the dream of seeing their words in print.  The latest increase in e-publications can be seen by Smashwords.

What is Smashwords anyway? Is it legitimate? Can it help new writers get the visibility that they long for?

According to a blog post dated Wednesday, May 8th, 2013 by the original Smashwords blog  Authors are being helped all around the world on the sale and publication of their books. You can review the details of their self-conducted study here.

To make the publishing process easier for writers, Smashwords has dedicated a few useful tools to their potential clients for free. One of which comes in a The Secrets to E-book Publishing Success.

Smashwords has also put together a small video for writers to help them understand how data drives sales. If you are interested in watching this video here’s the link.

Every coin has two sides. When I first heard of Smashwords, I’ll admit I was a bit skeptical but mostly due to piracy issues related to content theft. But I had also heard some stories about the layout of books published on Smashwords.

Still…

Read More (Platform-Power.com)

 

Ian Punnett – How to Pray when You’re Pissed at God

By Aria Dunham

In April, I had the pleasure to interview Ian Punnett one day before the release of his book, “How to Pray when You’re Pissed at God”. 15799350

Of course, I had to ask him, “When was the last time he was [you were] pissed at God.”

“Fair question,” he replied, “considering that from an author’s standpoint, one would expect that they begin with themselves to write for others.”

I couldn’t agree more. It’s no small wonder that Ian’s book is rising to the top of Amazon’s reading list just 2 weeks after its release. Lots of people agree and as heads nod, pages are turning to figure out what to do about the growing anger that is infiltrating our society.

Just days before his book was placed on bookshelves every where, our nation experienced the Boston bombing, the Texas accidental explosion, and now the release of 3 women held captive in a home for over 10 years.  Discrimination against homosexuality and same-sex marriage, and the break down of the American economy and family have lots of people pissed, at each other, at the world, and at God. In fact, what is starting to make more people angry is blame shifting to the general populace by claims that the judgment is from God due to loss of Christian principles and a Christian nation fallen asunder. Amidst the massive onslaught of crime and lack of fistshakingmorality rather than turn faces towards heaven in prayer, people like David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox Star Big Papi shake fists in the air threatening their own actions to protect peace and declare war against peace breakers. The face of heroism is that of Jason Collins and people who are not “religious” and lately the religious right is considered exceptionally wrong and books released placing God on trial -vs- humanity. 

Non Christians question Bible thumpers every where– “If God exists where is He?” and “If God is good, why does He allow so much evil? and “What about all that child abuse and divorce in your own Christian churches. Clean your own houses before telling me how God is going to protect people who don’t believe in Him on the street.”

Suddenly, Christians feel the heat and hostility rising as their right to religious freedom of expression made national headlines post Florida Atlantic University’s controversial suspension of a student –a Christian attending a secular institution refused to follow his professor’s lesson to step on a picture of Jesus. Now, Christians and people of faith are asking the same question, “Where is God?”

There is no stopping the unfortunate realities of tragedy in our world–the outcome is people feel angry, and not only do people feel angry…but they are pissed, and they are pissed at God.

For 10 years I’ve worked with Christian writers and pain is commonly used by Christian writers writing to connect with their audience. The belief is that pain brings  people TO God and by sharing painful experiences healing and hope are found. A wound that came from an experience can created a false belief, and eventually anger at God. Often the pain first lead to silence, and then the silence lead the person to words, and words became the place of expression to reach out and make connections to the world. Yet, what makes books of this nature difficult to sell is that they sound “preachy” and fail to connect on a deeper level. And in the words of Sweet Brown, “Ain’t Nobody Got Time for that!”  (Is it any wonder then that most new writers begin their first book as a self-published a memoir?)

“What can anyone do who is feeling pissed off during these times?” I asked him. The question has merit and now the hell’s heat is here without any grace for those who preach it in their churches.

The advice is applicable to any situation where powerful emotion is affecting your ability to be honest with yourself and honest with others.

Here is the advice Ian gave to our listeners.

prayerbible1. Prayer is not a force field around people. Bad things happen to all people and prayer doesn’t control the world.

2. Everyone struggles with anger but the answers must come from within. Pain is private and personal.

3. One of the biggest obstacles to that inner journey is honesty with self.

(Ian suggests that the first step any person who is angry to anyone is to decide whether or not there is a willingness to change. He shared that sometimes a person actually is comfortable with their anger because it promotes lack of forgiveness.)

4. Ian advices if you’re angry and pissed at God (or anyone else for that matter) then you might as well just say it because you are already thinking it, and He already knows it.

5. Anger dealt with leads to better health. Statistics show that people who pray live longer. Just get it out of  your system.

6. People of faith get angry just like people who don’t believe in God.

7. Most atheists are really protest atheists and will not pray at a God that they are angry with.

8. Prayer can work on all sorts of levels–privately and corporately. The type of prayer you begin with must start with you, but the point is to just start with honesty and admitting that you feel angry.

9.  The point isn’t whether or not your feelings are legitimate, the point is getting to a place of honesty with the Divine. God can handle anger, and can sort out what is the right thing to do. He doesn’t hold our anger against us, but instead the goal is authenticity in relationship with self and the Divine.

10. When things get weird we express the wrong things to the wrong person, and will also come out in our relationships with God.

11. It is scientifically true that any meditative state allows our body systems run better.

IanPunnettABOUT IAN PUNNETT is one of the hosts of Coast to Coast AM, a legendary radio show syndicated on almost 600 stations across North America and a deacon in The Episcopal Church who received his Masters of Divinity degree from Columbia Theological Seminary in Atlanta.

ABOUT THE BOOK:

When things really go wrong, what do you do with the feeling that God is to blame? A popular Coast to Coast radio host (and Episcopal clergy) provides some answers. In a first of its kind book, Ian Punnett provides a spiritual path for expressing your rawest emotions through prayer and how to rebuild a relationship with one’s higher power–or anybody else in your life.

In this important and practical book, Ian Punnett provides insight on   feeling anger and resentment toward God and offers advice on how to deal with the pain and blame that accompanies these emotions. In a book that is edgy, timely, funny and compassionate, Punnett presents real help in everyday language for transforming the negativity of anger into a positive and useful force that will ultimately help us pray more effectively, bring us closer to God, enhance our spiritual relationship, and change the way we live and love others.

After a divorce, a broken friendship, the death of a loved one, the loss of a job or even the accumulation of all the tiny cracks in our spirit from life’s disappointments, it’s easy to feel pissed at God. When anger is left unchecked, it is harmful to  our minds, bodies and souls.

“How to Pray When You’re Pissed at God is not “the last word” on angry prayer,” Punnett writes, “but it might be the first words you have ever heard on the topic. By the end of the book, it is my hope that you’ll understand the role of anger in our lives, the benefit of honest prayer, and the need for honest, angry prayer in the lives of the faithful and faithless.”

Websites & Meta Tags

By Aria Dunham

Green Spider in Green Nature

Green Spider in Green Nature

You finally got that website up, and yet, like this young, green spider wait in the center of your cyber universe. Perhaps you need another line of information? Or another webpage? Or maybe it’s the graphics. Your web-world gets fancy, detailed, and in the light of day, the glory of your creation would look amazing to the viewer, if only someone would engage.


Banana Spider Hunting

Banana Spider Hunting

Suddenly a hit arrives and a comment!  You’ve been seen! You need this reader to survive and to help you let the world know you’re alive. They must know! In haste, you comment back, send a “Thank you for visiting my website” Offer to add them to the permanent reader roll and engage the life blood out of your reader and then when you post and post again, wonder what happened?– not realizing that all the attention made them feel like web-lunch.

What makes connection in social engagement is value and meaning, driven by the audience and reader, but compelled by the author of the content. You’ll know if the reader is engaged because they will share your post with others. These things happen when large numbers of readers visit your site, not just one, two or 30 readers.

How do you connect your web-world to that of readers that are interested in your content…and how to you lure them to your corner of the web when they just haven’t found you yet?

Social media is a numbers game and today’s web viewer has little time to expend on search engines. In fact, statistically, most searches are performed on Google and the most hits are made off of the first page and stop by page 3. The key to connectivity in social media is proper usage of “tags” and “meta-tags”. ID-cyberweb

This is a skill that is not easy to create without experience in the industry, but it can be done with intention.  The YouTube video “How to use Meta Tags to Rank Your Site to Page 1 of Search Engines” explains how to use meta-tags and they work to increase your website’s visibility.

If you’re not comfortable tackling meta-tags yourself and would like to receive a free consultation on how to increase traffic to your website, Aria Dunham Team can help you, contact Aria@AriaDunham.com or fill out this form to get more information.