Today, we are going to look at social media accounts on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and LinkedIn and ask the question: Should you mix business and pleasure?
Google Then and Now: Has Google Lost Their Way…or Found It?
In this article, we’ll take a look at the new Google versus the old Google and ask the question: Has Google lost their way or found it?
A Career in Technical Training: Is It For You?
Not everyone is cut out to be a great technical trainer. In fact, the industry is littered with sub-par technical trainers who do little more than recite text from a book. The industry needs great trainers, but is it a career that is right for you? There are two characteristics that make someone a great technical trainer: Most trainers have … Read More
SEO: The Seven Deadly Sins
SEO seems relatively easy at first, but danger lurks around every corner. One false step–one SEO mistake–and all of your SEO work vanishes into a de-indexing or the dreaded Google sandbox. Early Christians defined the Seven Deadly Sins that one should not commit lest they burn in the fiery pits of hell. In this article, we’ll explore the Seven Deadly Sins of Search Engine Optimization.
SEO and Golf: They Both Look Easy…Until You Try Them
SEO is a lot like golf. It appears easy at first, until you start to play the game.
WordPress Category Pages: The Most Overlooked SEO Gem
Do you know what most bloggers and web designers do with their WordPress Category pages? If you answered nothing, you are correct. And by doing nothing, they are missing out on lots of potential traffic.
Latent Semantic Indexing (LSI) and SEO: New Methods for Choosing Keywords and Inbound Link Strategies
A relatively new concept called Latent Semantic Indexing will change the way that SEO is performed. If you stick with your “older” methods of choosing keywords and creating inbound links, you may find your pages slowly disappearing from the google index.