Sometimes I’m forced to do a brain dump about the most important, cannot-skip, essential information about SEO in an incredibly short amount of time. I need to use that limited time to simultaneously myth-bust and set the stage for future-proof programs.. It happens fairly often… an rarely sighted executive will “pop in” to a meeting, someone will […]
The old franchise marketing programs designed for the Internet as it was in 2005 are no longer effective. Not only have users changed, but search engines and social networks have dramatically evolved. As a veteran of this industry, and a witness to these changes, I decided to take a few minutes to create a […]
We are a nation that carries tasks from screen to screen, using desktop PCs, laptops, TV, smartphones and tablets. According to new research from Google, 90% of people move between devices to accomplish a goal. Google’s research set out to understand this inter-device reltionship. There are 2 primary ways we “Multi Screen” “Sequential screening” […]
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.
Google has finally connected Google Local Business Center and Street View to help people identify businesses by location and photograph. This is just another step along the way to full augmented reality using digital compass, GPS and camera applications. This, combined with the new Picassa photographs on Street View (cool as hell) and we’ll finally […]
News website usability, design, SEO, and mobile-readiness is really in the dumps as far as I can tell. I have made a short list of issues that might help improve things for TV Stations hoping to capture the millennials and web savvy viewers who are typically abandoning TV news broadcasts in droves.