PowWows.com’s Picks

Posted By Paul G July 27th, 2012 Last Updated on: August 16th, 2015

PowWows.com Picks are our favorites services, products, books, etc.  We wanted to share the ones we like with you!  Please visit the links below.

PowWows.com will earn a commission for any that you signup for or purchase.  We appreciate that support.

As we find new favorites, we'll continue to update this list!  Check back often!


  • Softlayer – For dedicated servers Softlayers prices and service can't be beat.
  • Host BlueHost – For hosting smaller websites Bluehost provides a great service at very inexpensive price!  $6.99/month!  We highly recommend them for hosting your Pow Wow website, blog, or company page.

Online Services

  • Sprout Social. – Manage all your social media accounts from 1 place!  Schedule updates in advance.
  • App Figures – Great service to keep track of your iOS app sales and reviews.
  • Fresh Books – Send and manage all your invoicing using this online service.
  • Shoeboxed– Just email Shoeboxed and they will scan and organize all your receipts.  This is your online bookkeeping service.

Out Sourcing

Sometimes there aren't enough hours in the day to get all your work done!  Or you just don't have the skills needed.  Hire a virtual staff to help you get through your tasks.

Cameras and Lenses

  • Nikon D700– A must for low light indoor Pow Wows!  The high ISO performance allows us to shoot at 5000 ISO.
  • Nikon 70-200mm f2.8– The best lens for Pow wows.  Great reach with a shallow aperture.
  • Canon VIXIA HF S200 CamcorderOur choice for streaming and recording Pow Wow video.

Computers and Equipment

  • Mac Book Pro – Macs just work! I work on PCs at my day job and love coming home to a computer that just works for me.
  • iPad
  • TriCaster – The power behind our live webcasts.

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Tabatha Sims

I was always told that my great-grandmother was an Apache. Supposedly my great-grandfather went out west on business and came back with a wife from the Apache tribe. He renamed her Tennessee and we have no other information about her. Does anyone have any suggestions on how we may possibly be able to find her? This seems impossible to me since he changed her name and we have no idea where to start. Thanks

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