Posts Tagged ‘search’

Why I hate SEO – but also respect it

Why I hate SEO – but also respect it

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Heresy alert: I’ve been struggling with a dark secret recently – you see, I realized that I really dislike SEO. To me it’s like health insurance – I hate dealing with it, I intensely dislike paying for it, and its benefits are difficult to for most people to understand. But, like health insurance, I have a healthy respect for it because it’s there when you need it. Continue Reading

Small business SEO: quick & dirty tips for non-coders

Small business SEO: quick & dirty tips for non-coders

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Even as someone who lives and breathes marketing, instead of oxygen like most human organisms, I find the somewhat-black art of SEO a little intimidating. So I thought I’d provide some simple SEO tips that I’ve personally used, and will help you optimize your content over 95% of the other stuff out there. Continue Reading

A Twist of F8: Facebook’s bid to become the internet

A Twist of F8: Facebook’s bid to become the internet

C’mon, we haven’t beaten the “Facebook-wants-to-consume-the-Internet” and “we-should-all-boycott/quit-it” horses completely to death yet, have we? Nay, I say – like the day after Thanksgiving, we’ve merely had time to digest all that has occurred, and now should consider the consequences. Continue Reading

Stop trying to make ‘Bing-ing’ happen

Stop trying to make ‘Bing-ing’ happen

Has anyone else picked up on the increasingly frequent occurrence of the verb “Bing-ing” appearing in pop culture? You know, two TV show characters suddenly have an urgent and immediate need for some obscure information – the solution for which is to “Bing it“? Continue Reading