Tag: blogs

Google Medic: How to SEO Proof Your Site in the Trust Authority Era

January 14, 2019 |   , ,

In August of 2018, Google released one of their most substantial updates in recent memory. The update, labeled by many as the “medic update,” substantially… Read More

New Year’s Resolutions: Digital Marketing Edition

That magical time of the year has come around again. Yes, it is time to make your new year’s resolutions. To help you get started,… Read More

Instagram Hashtags: How You Can Use Them Tastefully (And What Not to Do)

December 26, 2018 |   , ,

Love ‘em or hate ‘em, Instagram hashtags (and hashtags in general) are here to stay. Hashtags have proven to increase engagement for Instagram posts, as… Read More

Website Redesign SEO: What to Do When Your Traffic Takes a Nosedive

November 21, 2018 |   , , , ,

Redesigning the website was near the top of the to-do list when you accepted the offer to take over marketing for your company earlier this… Read More

Blogs become more main stream, but not Mainstream

October 23, 2008 |   , ,

One of the great things about blogs is that there appears to be as many different interpretations and definitions as to what they are as… Read More

Accidental Link Building Through Blogging

May 29, 2008 |   , , , , , ,

At last week’s Next Generation Marketing Conference (which was a second cousin twice removed from exceptional – get yourself to Martinsburg June 12th) I heard… Read More

The Perfect Meal for Women: Chocolate Covered Blogs

May 9, 2008 |  

This cracked me up when I received notice of it in my inbox this morning (courtesy of mediapost) and I’m not sure why. According to… Read More

Blog Your Way to a Footloose and Fancy-Free Flashdance

February 25, 2008 |   , , , ,

I’ve no idea what my dearly beloved’s blood alcohol level needs to reach before she hits social critical mass, but she always manages to reach… Read More

Steering Clear of Clueless Cliches and Bizarre Buzzwords

August 21, 2007 |  

It intrigues my why we use cliches. The most preposterous cliché users tend to be sportsmen, politicians, and business types of every persuasion. It’s a… Read More

Hey Big Spender!

August 1, 2007 |   , ,

I have a buddy back in Blighty who is married to the daughter of the former chief clerk of our local council. Now the chief… Read More

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