I thought today I’d address those so-called content farms that are employed by many service industry sites around the country. In these cases, a small business, such as an auto repair business, will launch a site and subscribe to a content feed which updates their site every week or so. The promise is that this […]
(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 […]
Lee Odden hit a nerve with his last post. “The [seo] challenge comes from a combination of: The need to create new content that travels and that others are motivated to link to Convincing web site owners that they need to create and promote content on an ongoing basis outside of their brochureware corporate site […]
I must admit, Donato’s franchise has great pizza. But when it comes to trusting their online ordering environment, their email security practices leaves a bad taste in my mouth.
One thing that gets me flamed inside is to see perfectly able-bodied people using disabled parking spots without the right. When I see it, it’s all I can do to not say something. This idea of a sticker struck me as a good one. Probably wouldn’t do any good. If you truly need a permit […]
Omnistar Tell-a-Friend’s hosted services have page not found problems. No problem. When I point it out through their support system, they send me to fill out forms. Reminds me of lost luggage booths at airports. “Our system is broken, but you still have to pay the price.”