I’m constantly asked by clients why we always suggest using a content management system. Most traditional web designers prefer to use the one-off approach of developing a website without a content management system (CMS) such as Joomla, Drupal, DNN, Mambo, Wordpress, etc.
Google, Bing, Yahoo, Ask, etc… all search engines designed to help us find websites that otherwise we would not know they even exist. All is good and great until you start seriously thinking about it.
This is an interview by Cali Lewis from GeekBrief.tv. Our marketing approach should understand the numbers, but we must learn to see people as people and not just a bunch of data.
Most traditional marketers were only interested in earning an income, no matter the consequences. What is our present like?
So Windows 7 is out and most people are now getting used to the new settings. It has very little change in regards to eye candy compared to Vista, but has a couple of interesting improvements. While so many have reviewed the goods and bads, I think it is pretty much the same as Vista but with a couple of very nice fixes that were more than needed in the previous system.
I get a lot of news from my RSS feeds every day. Usually I skim through looking for any relevant news. Today, I found out that we are on the edge of science fiction! Well, maybe not so much the edge, but it is a bit of fun and interesting news.
As soon as Bing came out and announced it, Google was not far behind. We last heard that Google was in the talks with Twitter and they have apparently closed the deal.
Windows 7 has beaten Harry Potter’s Amazon UK preorder record. It is officially the most preordered item in the history of Amazon UK. That is something interesting. I keep wondering if Windows 7 will be as good as it seems.
Direct from Web 2.0 conference in San Francisco, we receive news of the future in search. What is being called “real time search” is coming to a search engine near you.
Verizon has launched an aggresive baiting campaign and its breaking the iPhone’s marketing to give Android’s spot in the world of smartphones. Read it here.
The Web Surfer’s Guide to the Free Internet
Here be the first edition of the Web Surfer’s Guide.
They say that the measure of your importance is in how many people copy you. Online, this may or may not be true.
Bing is up for all those who care (about 10 people worldwide). Read my rant.
You may have noticed that Bing’s webmaster center is down. Should we call it the Pink note of death?
The Federal Trade Commission in the US has recently released new guidelines for endorsements. That usually makes no ping online, but as it is, the FTC has added that bloggers are also to be regulated.
Browsing today, I found two articles about how clicks on display ads are dropping. This has happened before…
Marketing is about exposure and being in the client’s mind when the need arises. Why should my business care about being exposed to clients? Some basic ways to get good ranking. Read more.
Is there such a thing as timing in Twitter? When is the best time to post in Twitter and get the best results?
Notice how the keywords are related to each product and subject. This is brand development and as usual, a great lesson in marketing.
A complete guide to social media buttons.
The search engine battle is still pretty much at a standstill. Google, as everyone knows, is still number one. Yahoo is still trailing in second and Bing… well, let’s just say its not aLive.
Talking with Maryann today, we were discussing about how online marketing has become some sort of wild new west. Every man for himself, no law other than the gun you carried and ripe with opportunity… if you survived!
Marketing is everywhere. The headline read “Michelle Obama: First Lady of flex”. Now, there is not much marketing in this, is it?
Are internet marketing professionals the new rockstars? Why is this an interesting question?
Not to swim against the current, your friendly neighbourhood marketing guy, a.k.a. me, has decided to make a list of the 10 top reasons why the web is hot.
It’s not just about size… skill also matters (when promoting your company online)
Do not ask what tweeting can do for you… warm your fingers and begin tweeting! Here are some tips for twitter.