If you are a brick and mortar store with a physical presence, you need to get to know Foursquare. When … Continue reading →
Google has made another change to how its search engine works. If you own a website, it’s good to be … Continue reading →
I wrote an article not long ago about the CAN-SPAM Act and email newsletter marketing. It primarily touched on the … Continue reading →
In today’s world of instant news, messages, and other communication, many people think that getting to the top of Google … Continue reading →
I periodically see confusion as to what is legal when it comes to email newsletters. Even when people are reading … Continue reading →
Backlinks and inbound links are two words meaning the same thing. Both of these are links from other websites to … Continue reading →
I am on a great web designer’s email discussion list. Recently, someone acquired a new client and they were trying … Continue reading →
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: the single best thing you can do to drive traffic to … Continue reading →
SEO (search engine optimization) typically falls into two categories: black hat or white hat. If you think of bad guys … Continue reading →
I see a lot of businesses and nonprofits on Facebook. But not all of them get the account with the … Continue reading →
Last week I wrote 15 tips for Twitter for business and nonprofit. It occurs to me that even before addressing … Continue reading →
New to Twitter and still not sure what to do about it? Are you staring at the screen thinking, “I … Continue reading →
People build a lot of mystique into search engine rankings. They like to pretend that there is a big secret … Continue reading →
After helping 5 people through this process in the past few months, I realize it is time to make a … Continue reading →
Some people don’t have the time to work on improving their sites search engine rankings and attracting more customers, so … Continue reading →
A lot of individuals are taken in by the hype surrounding email marketing. The websites look great, the results sound … Continue reading →
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Written by Janice Schwarz of GeekArtist, a professional web designer & developer for over a decade.
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