Everyone is always looking to get more traffic to his or her blog. Of course, the key is not to just get more traffic, but to get RELEVANT traffic. A new company called BlogUpp! Thinks they may have found the solution for driving relevant traffic
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Last week I introduced what I am calling, Friday’s Food for the Soul. Every Friday, I am going to talk about something non-tech or work related. There are so many things that I can talk about and explore; art, history, traveling, philosophy, etc. Friday is
If you’re like me, then you are always on the look out for useful and practical business tools that can help you manage clients, increase operating efficiency, and just plain make life easier. Wouldn’t it be great to have a free Salesforce type platform to
Recently on linkedin, I asked folks, “How Much Say Should a Company Have in Regulating Internal Social Media Usage?” I received many responses and I have shared some of them below. But think about that question for a moment. How should a company regulate internal
In the online market space, it is important to know what your competitive landscape looks like. This is especially crucial for SEO. If you are going to target particular phrases and keywords that you want your site to show up for, you need to know
Don’t get me wrong I had a great time at the expo and met a lot of great people. However, one thing that really irked me was some of the panel discussions. Let’s take the facebook marketing best practices panel. I do not remember all
To check out the rest of the photos from the web 2.0 expo and from the after parties, please visit my flickr page! Thanks to everyone who helped put the event together, it was great seeing everyone!
I attended the panel discussion with Stowe Boyd, Jeremiah Owyag, Gregarios, and Brian Solis, called “Short attention span theater: The birth of microblogging & micromedia. What made this panel so exciting (apart from the great panelists) was that it included live audience participating via twitter.