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While social media might stand on its own as another way to draw customers to your site, the use is similar in that social media should be used to draw people to your public-facing webpage. You do not want a Facebook page to be your main home page, even if your cousin's nephew makes awesome FB pages in between college classes. Yes, you want likes and a following, but if you post to Facebook or Tweet, it should not be done to keep Facebook or Twitter in business.


Passive Ninja can add like buttons and comment areas if you're looking for social media interaction. We can work with you on a plan to choose the best use of resources to maintain a social media presence and following that leads to customers coming to the site we design. Ten years from now, when current social media is as irrelevant as Myspace (remember that?), you will still have a website with ten years of content and growth documented for your customers. A real website is the only guaranty that your company history is documented and that you own it.

Fiction and Nonfiction Writing Sites by Passive Ninja

  • Amazon Books

    Books written  by Brian Jaeger, owner of Passive Ninja. 

  • Educabana

    This is a page where I started to add lessons. I will probably house my QuizStar codes here, as well, since I have over 50 well-written quizzes online.

  • Mcnewsy Page

    I write so much that there may not be a perfect place to house all of what I've created. However, the most personal and creative tends to be found here. 

  • New Jax Witty

    Stories about Jacksonville, Florida. Articles and opinions from a Northerner coming to live in Duuuval.

  • Real Wisconsin News

    Not long after The Onion, my friend and I began Real Wisconsin News, which was to be more of a local version with more real satire (rather than the parody that often emerges in such publications). Some articles are total gems. 

  • Satisfamily

    My wife wanted to try freelance writing, so I thought we better get a blog. I've done more of the writing so far. It's about being happy and satisfied as a family, which will be tested after I am laid off as a teacher.