Upcoming changes to Google SEO
They are getting tighter on Penguin and easing Panda. hmmmmm.
Facebook’s “Home” phone is being discontinued.
Google Free Users now get 15GB of combined storage.
Check yours now: https://www.google.com/settings/storage/
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Mitchell Skinner is a member of Larson/Sobotka PLLC, a Minneapolis based law firm that focuses its practice on e-commerce, databases, web branding issues, and rule-making for online communities.
Skinner provides copyright, trademark, and technology and licensing counsel to multiple listing services, Realtor® associations, and real estate brokerage firms. He often associates with MLS local and in-house counsel where his deep experience with MLS vendor contracts and MLS data licensing proves beneficial. Skinner also acts as corporate and intellectual property counsel for the Real Estate Standards Organization and provides support counsel to the Council of Multiple Listing Services. Prior to… Continue reading
Andrea Fellman, a mom who hasn’t lost her style to motherhood. She is a Mom of two, a wife, writer, blogger, editor, creative content creator and social media strategist. She graduate from The Fashion Institute of Merchandising in Los Angeles, has been a stylist on small independent movies and an intern for SONY pictures in the production department.
She founded Savvy Sassy Moms in 2009 while at home with her two kids when she craved a creative outlet for her passion for fashion and her knowledge in the children’s industry. Savvy Sassy Moms now has ten contributors and is… Continue reading
News, be it good or bad, travels at the speed of thought in today’s connected world!
Bad customer service spawns lots of sharing … http://www.marketingcharts.com/wp/interactive/bad-customer-service-interactions-more-likely-to-be-shared-than-good-ones-28628/
Sue and be sued – what can and cannot be warfare worthy in social media or blogging? http://debmcalister.com/2012/02/02/5-easy-ways-to-get-sued-for-social-media-or-blogging/
Yelp! Yelp! I’ve been defamed and I’m being sued! http://www.forbes.com/sites/investopedia/2013/01/25/can-you-be-sued-if-you-give-a-bad-review-on-yelp/
Automation and Guy Kawasaki https://plus.google.com/u/0/118189632042502811468/posts/LY5v6Eiztpw
Loving how people with less than 1,500 followers are telling me how to tweet…
— Guy Kawasaki (@GuyKawasaki) April 15, 2013
Automation sucks when an ‘event’ happens. Yesterday’s tradgedy in Boston highlighted the automation… Continue reading
Mike: Facebook Home
With Home, everything on your phone gets friendlier. From the moment you turn it on, you see a steady stream of friends’ posts and photos. Upfront notifications and quick access to your essentials mean you’ll never miss a moment. And you can keep chatting with friends, even when you’re using other apps. https://www.facebook.com/help/facebookhome
I’m not impressed.
Understanding the difference between the ‘More’ tag, infinite scroll and pagination. When and how to properly use each. http://areweconnected.com/wordpress/wordpress-basics-adding-more-tag/
Hashtags gone wild??? LOL! No, Cher is not dead. http://mashable.com/2013/04/08/cher-nowthatchersdead-twitter-hashtag-dead/
Is G+ gaining ground on FB?
Generally Busy = Going Mobile
For all of us, the key to being busy and managing business and clients is the SmartPhone. Go figure.
With her smartphone and tools like Dropbox, Lisa can do most everything from her phone including signing contracts!
Jeremy likes to set the expectations for his clients ahead of time.
With new or potential clients one of the easiest ways to make that connection is to simply answer the phone. I don’t screen, I don’t filter. The phone rings and I answer it – simple as that. I use Google Voice so… Continue reading
Special Guests: Janet Fouts and Danny Brown!
Today’s guests are Janet Fouts and Danny Brown. In fact after Ken came up with the topic for this week’s show (actually weeks ago) both guests mentioned the need for disconnecting. Janet mentioned it in a Twitter chat and Danny made a pointed posting about it on Google+ which led to the invitation for each to join us.
Let’s call this episode “Disconnecting Gracefully”. Everyone who has had any presence online for any time knows it can get messy. Businesses have them, people have them, Hollywood types have them, politicians certainly… Continue reading
Mike: Google Feedreader dies July 1st!
We launched Google Reader in 2005 in an effort to make it easy for people to discover and keep tabs on their favorite websites. While the product has a loyal following, over the years usage has declined. So, on July 1, 2013, we will retire Google Reader. Users and developers interested in RSS alternatives can export their data, including their subscriptions, with Google Takeout over the course of the next four months.
Feed Reader: I’m trying Feedly http://www.feedly.com/
Fear the Cloud! Nothing in life is safe including cloud storage – here’s… Continue reading
Dan Stewart, founder of Happy Grasshopper and 4-time Inc. 5000 honoree, has helped thousands of salespeople uncover millions of dollars in sales. As a serial entrepreneur, he knows what it takes to drive early profitability and keep long term prospects engaged. Dan has founded 7 companies and has never accepted a dime in investment capital.
Making the plea earlier this month, the driver said: “This is a special message to the lady travelling in first class in the middle of the train. Please refrain from shouting on the phone as you are annoying other… Continue reading
One of the often discussed goals of social media marketing – getting Face to Face. For each business getting to that result means traveling down a different path. For the local small business, that’s getting people into the store. For the real estate agent, that’s getting people into your office or car. For a business like mine, that’s meeting them in their store or office.
Here’s 6 different businesses – each with different paths.