Just got this new study which discusses link building outreach with some very interesting take-aways. I liked this because it aligned with much advice I give my clients on internal link building activity. The key takeaways from this study are: Social-based Link Building has yet to be largely adopted and therefore continues to be…
If you want to see a company who knows how to work the blogosphere, it doesn’t get any better than what I’ve been seeing over here at Vinny Carpenter’s blog.
In the fast paced world of technical support ticket systems, the goal is to get your issue through the system as fast as possible – but never forget that this is a marketing exercise, and those sending the support tickets are busy human beings who require you to be remarkable every time.
Lighting Store in the Dark About True Cost of Arcane Policies
I recently went to get my hair cut at one of the most Mayberry-like barber shops you’ve ever seen. It’s the Facebook of the 1950s, stuck in time, the chairs are original. The smiles are authentic. Conversations filled the air. It was a pretty day, and the place was busy.
A person I know well was there with her child, and was talking about how she recently bought a lighting fixture . Once it was up, she didn’t like it. It just didn’t look right when they held it up in it’s proposed location. She it back to the store in original condition. That’s when the trouble started.
When the going gets tough, do the tough go online? Last year, according to the Interactive Avertising Bureau, Online advertising in the US grew 25% (17% not including search) during Q1-Q3 of last year over 2006. Currently the web accounts for less than 10% of all advertising spend but nearly a quarter of the time…
A great website cannot save a poor/ordinary/boring product or idea. And great SEO/SEM cannot save a poorly done website. If you have an ordinary commodity product, stop.