TechCrunch writer Paul Carr thanked readers for social media memories last month when he announced the complete shutdown of all his social accounts. Yes, that includes Facebook and Twitter. He compares reliance on microblogging (like tweeting rather than actually blogging) to becoming a digital … [Read more...] about Microblogging Extreme
If you're like me, you've already read scores of posts and articles telling you how to get more traffic to your web site or online store. The problem is, most articles include methods that are cumbersome, time consuming, cost additional money or simply don't make sense. To those saying we need to … [Read more...] about 10 Quick Ways to Get More Traffic
Statistics. They're the driving force behind product and service development. So much so, in fact, that they're a key reason so many people are disappointed with one or more features of the tech devices they use. I'm talking computers, smartphones, even gaming systems. But there's more than meets … [Read more...] about Don’t Let Statistics Fool You
There's debate over whether using Real Simple Syndication (RSS) for a business site's blog or articles is beneficial. Some argue it keeps avid RSS subscribers away from the sites the articles are meant to promote, while others say these feeds do more for business than simply publishing content on a … [Read more...] about Should I Offer RSS Feeds?
Social media is connecting more people with more services and products than any other marketing effort of the past. But who's really behind all those posting accounts? In May I attended the Social Media Success Summit. Dozens of hours of training covering topics like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, … [Read more...] about Who’s Really Doing Social Media?