400 posts

Image via CrunchBase Yesterday, I passed the 400 post mark. 400 posts over 18 months. Wow! Roughly a post a day for a year and a half. Is that a lot? Is that too little? I really don't know. What I do know is this -- when I use my 'pass or play' methodology, traffic … Continue reading 400 posts

At least 3 reasons why I’m not Buzzing with enthusiasm

Image via CrunchBase At least two people in the Googleverse are underwhelmed with Buzz; me and internet maven Richard Scoble. Scoble bats first... "Together with a lot of web workers, I depend on being able to skim through information sources quickly. Services like Google Reader are well-optimized for doing this, especially in List mode. (To … Continue reading At least 3 reasons why I’m not Buzzing with enthusiasm

5 Tips to Kick Start Your Link Building via Social Media Monitoring

Image via CrunchBase Lately there's been renewed interest in building links via social media monitoring. To build links this way, a link builder creates a monitoring search in their favorite social media tool and waits for it to find news stories, blog posts, tweets, comments, and other social content. Each new post is an opportunity … Continue reading 5 Tips to Kick Start Your Link Building via Social Media Monitoring

Ummm. Helloooooo!?

This is why they say that a picture is worth a thousand words. The Oatmeal has communicated volumes about how the world perceives your email with one image: You can move to the top with one simple tool: Google Apps! Google Apps allows you to attach Gmail and other powerful business apps to your internet … Continue reading Ummm. Helloooooo!?

Put your business on the map

Image via Wikipedia Small business owners should pay heed to the opportunities presented by mobile social media as the number of smartphone users climbs... "Small businesses stand to increase their local audience and further their market reach through geolocation platforms, which attach real-world locations to mobile phones. Here are a few ways companies can become … Continue reading Put your business on the map

Personal Digital Coaching

...could be just the help you're looking for! Over 18 months ago, Seth Godin wrote this on his blog: "Here are three things that are true: 1. Digital technology, especially computers and cell phones, can dramatically increase productivity. 2. More and more users of digital technology are small firms or individuals. 3. The vast majority … Continue reading Personal Digital Coaching


I got this from Seth Godin who got it from the Google dictionary..."A brand is the set of expectations, memories, stories and relationships that, taken together, account for a consumer’s decision to choose one product or service over another. If the consumer (whether it’s a business, a buyer, a voter or a donor) doesn’t pay … Continue reading define:brand