Suzen Pettit

About Suzen Pettit

Online Marketing Strategist, speaker and blogger, Suzen Pettit, has been in marketing for the past 27 years wearing various hats. Founder of OMAGinarium, (an acronym for Online Marketing and Growth), Suzen’s specialty is getting small companies found online and helping them stay “sticky” with digital marketing and website traffic strategies, social media, optimized websites, SEO, blogging, content marketing and branding. Suzen has helped dozens of small companies, entrepreneurs and medical practices stand out, get their businesses branded on the online map, and attract more website traffic and warm leads. When not working hard for her clients, Suzen can be found blogging and providing content for the Patch hyper-locals, Mashable, Founders Space, Huff Post, Create Hype, and Steamfeed, as well as speaking on topics geared to online business growth. Suzen was voted #2 from Voiceboks.com Top 10 Tech and Internet Savvy Blogs of 2015, and was featured in the August 2015 issue of Tribal Woman. Reach her at Suzen@omaginarium.com, or tweet her @SuzenPettit to discuss your marketing needs, or to arrange a speaking engagement.

The Travel Vaccines You’ll Need For Spring Break 2020

Spring Break is almost here, and we suspect traveling may be in your near future!  Between flying in a congested airplane and encountering a near-infinite number of foreign bacteria, traveling can become unhealthy if you’re not prepared. 

In order to ensure that your body is protected enough to combat the health risks often associated with international […]

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Getting A Flu Shot To Protect The Elderly In 2020

Did you know that by getting your flu shot, you could be protecting the elderly in your community, and family? 

That’s right! It’s not only about you. Getting a flu shot is one of the many things you can do to help protect your community. Research has shown that adults over the age of 65 are […]

By |January 30th, 2020|Blog, News & Updates, What We Treat|Comments Off on Getting A Flu Shot To Protect The Elderly In 2020

How to prevent Norovirus 2020

The holidays are over, the flu has been infecting people within our community and we’re all wondering…. what’s next? Norovirus, aka “stomach flu” is rearing its ugly head this time of year. Norovirus is an acute gastrointestinal viral infection that can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and occasional stomach cramping. 

As we try to keep everyone safe […]

By |January 15th, 2020|Blog, News & Updates, What We Treat|Comments Off on How to prevent Norovirus 2020

Measles Outbreak: 7 Things You Need To Know

As we’re sure you’ve heard, the measles virus is back, and can be extremely dangerous. The virus can live for up to two hours in a space where the infected person coughed or sneezed. If other people breathe the contaminated air or touch the infected surface, then touch their eyes, noses, or mouths, they can […]

By |May 28th, 2019|Blog, News & Updates|Comments Off on Measles Outbreak: 7 Things You Need To Know

5 Steps to Treat Your Childs Flu

Children are actually common carriers of the flu virus and they spread it quickly and often. Because kids will be kids, hygiene practices (such as washing their hands, or coughing and sneezing on each other), are often back- burnered, and so the flu spreads rapidly among kids, especially in settings such as schools and after school activities. […]

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5 Things You Need To Know About College Vaccines

Your child is going off to college- a time of independence, a time of discovery, a time of realizing what the world has to offer.  Yet along with these wonderful opportunities, comes an abundance of risks. Your college bound young adult will soon be experiencing a whole new level of exposure to a flood of […]

By |August 13th, 2018|Blog, News & Updates|Comments Off on 5 Things You Need To Know About College Vaccines

Fireworks Safety Tips

With food on the grill, laughter in the air and children eagerly waiting for fireworks, it can only mean one thing- it’s  the fourth of July. A holiday dear to our hearts, everyone is excited to celebrate while watching fireworks. However, before beginning to celebrate, it is important that you’re informed on fireworks safety….because unfortunately, […]

By |July 1st, 2018|Blog|0 Comments

8 Signs You Might Have a UTI

It is National Kidney Awareness Month, so we thought it a good time to explore Urinary Tract Infections, or a UTI. What is a UTI? Urinary tract infections are bacterial infections in the urinary system. They are somewhat common, and usually do not not amount to anything serious if treated early,  although left untreated, […]

By |March 27th, 2018|Blog, News & Updates|Comments Off on 8 Signs You Might Have a UTI

What To Do About a Chronic Cough?

As we (finally) start to near the end of cold and flu season, many people will develop lingering chest congestion, and a cough. Coughing is our body’s way of trying to clear its airways. Some common causes of coughing include allergies, asthma, acid re-flux, dry air, and smoking. Coughing is a natural occurrence and is rarely the sign of anything […]

By |February 27th, 2018|Blog, News & Updates|Comments Off on What To Do About a Chronic Cough?

Bronchitis or Pneumonia; Which Is It?

When it comes to bronchitis and pneumonia, the symptoms of both can sometimes seem interchangeable, and can in turn become very confusing. When faced with a serious upper respiratory illness it is important to get medical attention as soon as possible, as often times if not treated bronchitis can lead to pneumonia. So when do […]

By |January 19th, 2018|Blog, News & Updates|Comments Off on Bronchitis or Pneumonia; Which Is It?
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