Monday, April 13, 2009

Talented Frederick Photographer steps up to donate

Facebook is Your Father's (and Mother's) Social Network

By John C Abell March 26, 2009 | 9:20:23 AMCategories:Facebook, Social Media, Social Networking

FacebookFacebook (and other social networks) has been skewing older for a while, but the trend has been "massive" in the past six months, according to In the past two months alone the number of new members over 35 has doubled. Marketers take note: the median age is now over 25, and the largest single group 35 to 44.

Women over 55 remain the fastest growing group, and growth among the teen and college-age set has been relatively paltry. In absolute numbers there are now even slightly more members between the ages of 45 and 65 than there are 13-to 17-year-olds.

Looking at Facebook US audience growth over the last 180 days, it’s clear that Facebook is seeing massive increases in adoption amongst users 35-65. The fastest growing demographic on Facebook is still women over 55 — there are now nearly 1.5 million of them active on Facebook each month.

The biggest growth in terms of absolute new users over the last six month came amongst users 35-44. Over 4 million more US women 35-44 and nearly 3 million more US men 35-44 used Facebook in March 2009 compared to September 2008.

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You probably have already joined Facebook, and created a profile there. Did you know you can also create a (FREE) Facebook Page for your business?

Go to -- Click on Facebook Pages

If you run a Frederick Maryland Small (or any size) Business and want YOUR business to be listed on Facebook Call David Bruce at 301 363-8206
We charge $100 for company Facebook Page for your business. Here's an example of what we did for Gilbert's Restaurant Equipment on Facebook

Frederick is home to some talented Photographers

One of our subscribers is a Frederick Business Person who stepped up to the plate and put her money where her heart is.

Cindy Alderton of Dancing Daisy Photography
was the first local Frederick Business to donate $25 to A Mission of Mercy via Facebook

So what kinds of photography does Dancing Daisy Photography do?

High School Seniors
Studio & Location Photography
Frederick, Maryland and Surrounding Venues including Adamstown, Urbana, Middletown, New Market,
Walkersville, Brunswick, Thurmont, Emmitsburg, Montgomery and Washington Counties
Cindy & Steve Alderton

Basic portrait session...$55
A la carte image pricing - create your own package, pay for only what you like.

Other session types only slightly higher, starting at $99.

Wedding coverage starts at just $895, photo CD's are available for purchase with your package.

Magazine Covers start at $45...available in 8x10 or larger sizes only. Covers can be customized to suit a particular sport, personality, look. These are great for any occasion ~ kids, wedding, holidays, and boudoir, to name a few.

Custom albums and graphic design available.

Call or email the studio for additional information, we have a lot to offer and we know we have something to suit your needs!

Let's start here: time goes quickly and we take so many things for granted. We forget in the sameness and mechanics of each day, how all those little things we do, see, say, and feel can ultimately end up having so much meaning and importance when they're gone.

That said, Daisy was a small dog - ok, she thought she was a person - who we had the privilege of loving for seven way too short years. She ended up being a testament to the importance of those around us, the memories we make, and the sadness of what we may forget. How such a little dog could change so much for us, we would have never guessed. She had a huge impact on our lives. Daisy loved to dance around the backyard, up and down our fence line, chasing whatever took her fancy and doing it with a passion. We will always remember her joy.
Our purpose here at Dancing Daisy Studio is to celebrate your moments, big and small. To never forget them and have a way to hold them close when they have passed and we have moved on to the next. Don't let your moments go...

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