On Thursday, November 6th in Lexington we’ll be discussing emerging media trends and what’s next for the Internet including social media strategies, Web 2.0, and online marketing approaches.
Sweat Equity usually means trading work or expertise for a good or service. If you are an expert in your domain, and willing to listen, there are many opportunities online to grow your business just by participating. This post offers a technological boost to the idea to streamline the process, minimizing the time you must spend and letting you focus your energy where it counts.
Today the Google Webmaster Team used Google Moderator links to a great set of Google questions as voted by webmasters today with good responses from the Google Webmaster Central team.
SEO, Blogging, and PPC are at the top of marketer’s priorities for the next 6 months hinting that companies are becoming more familiar and comfortable with new media as a prime directive. In addition a shrinking emphasis on the corporate brochure site provides hope that reaching out to the customer has finally arrived as a marketing technique.
Google Suggest, long a staple of Google Labs is now working its way to the main Google Home page. So what does this mean for SEO/PPC/SEM activity and the future of how we market websites? Here are 9 ideas.
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…