Combing Product Placement with Daytona Bike Week

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The Epic Ride to the Beach In the latest edition of Daytona Bike Week, Biker Pros had projects with Iron Trader News, Harley-Davidson, Atomic Dice Studio Arts, The Smoke Out and Aerostitch. Bob Kay and I worked the rally and then wrapped up the effort by writing a series of articles that featured our clients… Read more »

The Snake: A FLHX Street Glide

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A Biker Pros Article By Jeff Najar, Biker Pros Photography: Jack McIntyre Published: Bikernet.com Note: Keith “Bandit” Ball contracted Biker Pros to write an article for Bikernet.com on the Snake. We interviewed Kyle Heller of Hot Rod Harley-Davidson, the primary builder, and scouted a photography location during the Harley-Davidson 110th celebration. In a sea of… Read more »

Metzeler ME 880 Donut Article

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Mariyln Stemp, Editor of IronWorks Magazine, contacted Biker Pros to write a review on the Metzeler ME 880 motorcycle tires. Listed below is the published article. Metzeler ME 880 Donuts & the Case of the Head Shaking Nightster One thing that annoyed me about my 2007 Harley-Davidson Nightster was a small head-shake when I would… Read more »

A Week on the Road with Bandit, Hammer, Englishman, and Edge

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by Jeff Najar, Partner Choppers, Bobbers & Custom Bikes I’m sitting here at 30,000 feet coming in exactly one week from the time I started this campaign beginning at the Harley-Davidson 110th Anniversary celebration. Along with my co-hort, Bob Kay, we produced the AMD Invitational Custom Bike Show at the Harley-Davidson Museum. It was a… Read more »

Meeting the Hell Cat @ Daytona Bike Week

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NOTE: The following article is published at Bikernet.com During a late night North Carolina thunderstorm I got a call from Edge, the Promoter of the Smoke Out. He got me just as I was finishing the last dregs of my Jack on the rocks. With Edge, you never know what alley a conversation will take,… Read more »

SuperTrapp Industries receives Economic Builder Award

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Source: PowerSports Budiness WIRE-Net, an association that strengthens manufacturing to create healthy communities and fuel economic growth in northeast Ohio, has presented a Mission Builder Award to Cleveland-based SuperTrapp Industries, Inc. Since 1990, WIRE-Net has presented Mission Builder Awards to companies that have invested in Northeast Ohio, through plant expansion, job creation, or new business… Read more »

DIY: Tips for Optimizing Pinterest

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It all starts and ends with a photo. The power of Pinterest is all within the images that you use to attract and engage your audience. Go Big, Go Tall – Taller images and those images containing more “content” tend to get more repins than shorter images. Infographics display well on Pinterest and are an… Read more »

On the Throttle: David Mann’s Popular Ghost Rider

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By Jeff Najar David “Dave” Mann (September 10, 1940 – September 11, 2004) was a California graphic artist whose paintings celebrated biker culture, and choppers. Called “the biker world’s artist-in-residence,” his images are ubiquitous in biker clubhouses and garages, on motorcycle gas tanks, tattoos, and on t-shirts and other memorabilia associated with biker culture. Choppers… Read more »

FYI: Pinterest Stats are Exceptional

Pinterest is driving more traffic to retail web sites

The Pinterest Stats – Shoppers head to e-commerce sites via the Pin Board The up-and-coming social network is driving more traffic to retail web sites, and those shoppers buy more than most, says digital marketing firm Monetate. The firm’s first quarter e-commerce study also highlights another source of valuable online customers: military personnel. More shoppers… Read more »

FYI: Is Video In Your Future? USA TODAY Thinks So

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But most small businesses have yet to add video to their websites. Those that do usually begin by embracing free and easy tools at YouTube, Vimeo and others, sites that are geared more toward consumers who want to share family clips or humorous videos.