Today I presented the third installment of the Content Marketing series on behalf of SCORE-Austin at their offices here in town. It was good to see some familiar faces from my previous session, and also good to welcome in some new folks for the material. We covered a lot of ground in the class, most of it focused on high… read more →
The content management system (CMS) landscape is beyond fragmented. There are literally hundreds (possibly thousands) of CMS options available. My personal favorite is WordPress, the CMS platform we use for the Return On Now website and blog. It is also the most frequently used blogging platform today. Plugins: Why They Matter Bloggers love WordPress for a very good reason –… read more →
Social Search is a huge priority for Google, so it should be for you as well. They have gone to great lengths to make progress in figuring it out, because their own future depends on it. If you are still struggling to enhance your SERP placement, the following are some tips you can use to increase your visibility online using… read more →
If you are reading this blog post, you already understand the idea of the “blogosphere”. Heck, you are probably blogging on your own or your company’s website. It is known that blogging is beneficial to overall site health as well as SEO. But are you sure you are approaching it correctly? How confident are you that your blogging is providing… read more →
Please enjoy this guest post analyzing how Digg went from being tops in the social bookmarking race to where it stands today. By now, you have probably heard that Digg has had a rather unfortunate fall from grace. There was a time when it was a big and exciting tool that had everyone talking: The ability to browse through sites… read more →
Everyone out there is talking about social media, the new opportunities and risks, and how to best use it. In response, your peers have begun an aggressive push to figure out what the various tools, sites, and techniques can offer their business. This is a great thing, one that I’ve been cheering on since the start.
In reality, we’ve only taken baby steps toward really getting this all figured out in both a personal and business context. With so much left to learn and so many different opinions about this fast-changing area, it’s easy to get carried away with the excitement of mastering some new tricks.