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Managing your blog or website’s search engine optimization campaign can be a difficult task without the proper plugins. You want search engines to index your content the way its meant to be displayed and you want to make it as easy as can be for spiders to find every piece of content you’ve produced. While [...]

Sick of Firefox, Switch to Chrome So anybody who has spent a few months in the SEO biz is probably using Firefox.  It has loads of plug-ins making SEO analysis, design modifications, and programming insight available on-the-fly (I’ve used it for years). However, Firefox has, quite frankly, been pissing me off lately mainly crashing every [...]

Today’s computer user is no longer sitting at a desk, typing away on an old-fashioned keyboard. Today’s computer user is sitting next to you in the waiting room at the doctor’s office or in line behind you at the DMV. Today’s computer user can look up information on the go, as well as play games [...]

Forrester: Interactive Marketing 2011 to 2016 Summary

November 9, 2011

Interactive Marketing 2011 to 2016 Summary of Forrester’s Interactive Marketing Forecast 2011 to 2016 Interactive marketing has been one of the most fruitful marketing methods that has been in existence for a long time. With the advent of the Internet and many users spending a lot of time online, interactive means of marketing has become [...]

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FMBL: A Big Change on the Horizon

October 27, 2011

FMBL is an acronym for Facebook Markup Language. The FMBL platform has enabled developers to create custom code and features for Facebook since 2007. The FMBL language is a variation on standard HTML code. FMBL is used to customize Facebook pages, and to develop custom applications for Facebook applications. Custom Facebook applications, known as “widgets,” [...]

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Crawling, Indexing, Ranking – What’s the difference?

October 25, 2011

I often hear people throwing around the terms indexing, crawling, and ranking as synonyms and wanted to write a fairly in-depth post detailing the difference.  To begin let’s start with the basic definitions then crawl a little deeper.  Crawling is the process a web crawler, bot, or spider (whatever you want to call it) takes [...]

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The Best Open Source Content Management Systems for Your Business

October 21, 2011

After years of hearing the caveat, “Nothing is free,” we tend to be wary of open source software. But in the past few years, small businesses and even corporations and governments have begun to use open source software for business operations. Open source content management systems (CMS) allow businesses to store files and share information, [...]

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