Reputation Advocate advises business owners to pay close attention to their online reviews – whether they’re posted on social media outlets like Facebook, or consumer review sites such as Google Local or Yelp. Given that there’s no regulatory group to hold authority over these sites, Reputation Advocate says business owners and managers are at risk of alienating their customers before they even walk in the door or visit the company’s website. Read More →

In this video: Matt Cutts, Google’s mouthpiece states that you should nofollow all backlinks you received from your infographics begin shared. If this is the case then why is it that if I use Google’s infographic builder (http://think.withgoogle.com/databoard/) and generate the output that there is not a nofollow tag in the code for the link? Read More →

So I live in beautiful Nashville, TN. I have lived all over the country but I always end up back in Nashville, a few years ago I came to the realization that this is where I am suppose to be. I was not born in Nashville but Nashville has become my home over the years. Read More →

I’ve been following the whole Interflora / 150+ UK news sites banned from Google.co.uk thing and something stood out to me. Google is no longer interested in making the internet more accessible to the end user. Google is more interested in morphing the internet into what THEY want it to be. Share this post:Follow me:

I love reading through major online publications and even niche news sources and how they announce that every type if internet marketing is ‘dead’ and then reading through the comments and seeing people freakout like someone just told them their mother died. Today I was reading a piece on problogger where the author was stating Read More →

At this point I think it is something to come to expect, pay for the theme and then pay 5 times as much to get the theme to work correctly. Share this post:Follow me: