How to Get Listed in Siri

by Eileen Lonergan August 24th, 2012

Mobile isn't the future, it is the right now, and making sure your business can be found by Siri is mission critical. 1. Siri gets data from Yelp, so make sure you have a complete listing: Get a Yelp Business Listing 2. TripAdvisor is another source for Siri: Get a business listing on TripAdvisor 3. [...]

Social Media At School

by Jonny Ross August 24th, 2012

Schools, like any other organizations, need to create a Social Media Policy so that all members of staff have clear guidelines. Offering basic Social Media Training for employees will ensure that school staff can be involved in the school's social media marketing.

Flip This Blog or Flip the Switch

by Charles Dearing August 23rd, 2012

Buying and selling blogs is still a somewhat new and unpredictable market; however, there are certain criteria that buyers will tend to look for when deciding if they want to purchase. If your blog meets these requirements, then simply shutting it down would be a mistake.

Best Tools to Summarize Twitter Hashtags

by Ann Smarty August 23rd, 2012

Using Twitter for professional purposes has become common since the introduction of hashtags. Thanks to these modern marvels, it is easier than ever to draw traffic, catch the attention of a target audience, follow trends and manage reputation. For many bloggers, online business owners and marketing experts, it is becoming second nature. The easiest way [...]

Local Business Owners – Protect Your Domain Name!

by Chris Marentis August 21st, 2012

This is IMPORTANT. The following story is a real life example as to why (and the inspiration for this post).

Social is hot. Sure. But at what price? How far should you go?

The Future of Infographics

by Matt Beswick August 20th, 2012

As Google's own Matt Cutts recently hinted, the web's preeminent search engine giant may be looking to downgrade the value of links originating from infographics. The ramifications of such a move would be far-reaching for many marketers and SEO specialists across the web.

Facebook App Development – Step One: The Idea

by Farah Kim August 20th, 2012

So you think a Facebook business page with an interactive timeline is all you need to get that taste of brand power glory? Nah…It's now much more than that folks. Being a regular Facebook user, I'm sure you are aware of applications and games on the platform: FarmVille, CitiVille anyone?

When a URL's protocol is omitted, the browser uses the underlying document's protocol instead. It looks strange at first, but this "protocol-less" URL is the best way to reference third party content that's available via both HTTP and HTTPS.

Writing Mistakes You Didn't Know You Make

by Linda Stacy August 17th, 2012

Between blogging, social media, website publishing, email messaging, and cell phone texting, daily writing has become an integral part of many people's lives. While a good deal of online writing is informal, for Internet publishers who are small business owners, the written word is our potential customers' first impression of us and our businesses. Therefore [...]