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Year In Review

2012 In Review

WordPress.com has begun providing annual reports and I wanted to share the most popular posts of 2012: iPhone 5 Flop – Apple sold millions of the new device, but failed to […]

Squid Quest

I can just imagine a lot of marketers plastering random thoughts on copy paper all over the walls like Russell Crowe in a Beautiful Mind. Maybe they are just trudging […]

Google Authorship

WordPress.com Google Authorship

There is a metric TON of confusing search results about Google Authorship on WordPress.com. To be crystal clear, these instructions are NOT for bloggers running your own WordPress.org download with […]

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First in Google is NOT the Goal

In life, your goal is spiritual enlightenment. Now that you’re startled and starting to think, being first in Google is NOT the goal of your website. The goal of your […]

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SEM Crushes Competition

Unless you’ve just recently been revived from stasis since the 50’s like Captain America, you likely know that SEM stands for Search Engine Marketing. As for the competition, let’s open a can […]

Kill SPAM

Kill Web Form SPAM

Somewhere in Tehran, the terrorist sits in the dark staring at the glow of a large CRT circa 2002 in a nondescript rundown building. Even though it’s a mild 70F outside, he still wears the […]

Web 2012

Every organization needs a website. However, the days of a 10 page site are over. Your website should be useful for customers and enticing for prospects. Maybe it’s time for a makeover? […]

Linkedin

10 Tips for LinkedIn Ranking

Why is your Virtual CIO telling management and staff about LinkedIn? Because LinkedIn is not the business version of Facebook to post your resume, it’s a business search engine to […]

Building Credibility

No, we’re not talking about low self-esteem issues. Building credibility means establishing a reputation for customers to buy or an audience to believe. It’s not an endeavor to take lightly and those […]