(New! Google has fast-tracked this fix….and it is now available!!) I wanted to put up a quick post to express my disappointment that Google has not made even the most basic administrative feature for the real world available in its launch of Google+ Pages. This is a continuation of its previous omission from allowing multiple […]
I’ve heard today that Google may be planning a Quora-like Q/A service (possibly named “Google Expert”) that leverages their acquisition of Aardvark and integrates with Google Plus (or Google+, however you like it.) This model of finding answers by humans fits nicely into the new social search model that seems to be making its way […]
In all the banter and confusion about the positives and negatives about Google Instant, there is at least one common thread that is good for the SEO industry itself: Snake Oil SEO won’t cut it in this new world. Delivering traffic via the instant interface is going to be more challenging, whether you are working […]
I’ve written many times about mobile marketing, and even (along with others, I’m sure) predicted foursquare-type business marketing many years ago. Does anyone remember my “senseweb” idea? Probably not, it was pretty far out at the time… But in the past two years, having met with many clients and associates, I realize that almost none […]
Ideas relating to the how the social groundswell, user-centric design and increasing expectations by constituents on municipal websites and blogs are presented in my guest article for the GMAnet.
Well, I started my old site ‘Sitecreations.com” over 10 years ago, so wrapping that up has been a real challenge. I found over 1000 pages of contents that needed redirected and reorganized and it will surely take a while to finish. As my business shifted to Search Engine Marketing (SEM) there was a slowly increasing […]