Every business owner wants to make more money. Doesn't matter whether you sell products or pitch a service - you probably want more clients, customers, buyers, patrons, consumers, subscribers, users, etc. Doesn't matter what you call them - you'd like more. After all, doesn't more subscribers … Read more about Why Your Business Needs To Focus On Relationships More and On Money Less
Remember the days when the internet was like listening to news radio? You'd search the dial for news and interesting topics. Then came talk radio. Now people could call in and add their two cents to the topic discussed by the host. I often think of social media as being like talk radio. For … Read more about A Key To Great Social Media Relationships
What browser do you use? Being a Mac user I hardly ever think about Internet Explorer except when I'm coding and testing websites. Primarily I use Camino (love it) and Safari (now available for Windows). Sometimes I open Firefox, though most for StumbleUpon. And I really love OmniWeb's thumbnail … Read more about Do You Still Use Internet Explorer?
We all want more traffic to our websites, right? We dream of the day that we get that massive wave from Digg or StumbleUpon. And when we do, it's a rush, right? We watch our stats climb by the minute - 500....1,000....5,000....10,000 visitors - "oh God, don't let it end!" But it does end. It ends … Read more about Why Building Website Traffic Is About Content And Relationships
You've probably seen this meme going around called the Ultimate Technorati Favorites Exchange. Dosh Dosh Gary Lee kicked it off as an experiment to "break into the Technorati Top 100 and determine the exposure and traffic benefits of being included in the Top 100 list." Now this ISN'T the … Read more about Yeah, I'm In The Technorati Favorites Top 100 – So What?
A litle while back I wrote about Easton Ellsworth's Scratch One Another Program (SOAP), where bloggers can share blogging tips.It's free. How it works is first you're assigned a blogger. Next you check out their blog and offer tips on how they can make it better. Each blogger chooses what topics … Read more about The Long-Awaited SOAPing of David Airey