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Blogs: Why Do I Need One?

Kip Reynolds

Attracting people to your website can be easy enough, but getting people to come back again and again is a different game.  This is why you need a blog!  It doesn’t matter what your website supports, focuses on, or sells, you can always use a good blog. Content is king, afterall. There are two main reasons why we promote and offer blog writing to our clients, and they both center on quality content:

Google Analytics Update and Site Security as a Ranking Factor? | Week in Review 04-18-2014

Kip Reynolds

This week, we look at the sneaky change Google made to Google Analytics and how that affects the way you view very common data. We then follow up with an interesting response from Google to the Heart Bleed Bug that may affect your future rankings, as well as a battle between machines for supremacy over our mobile devices…and our hearts.  To wrap it all up, we see Facebook launch an app to find friends in the material plane instead of just the virtual world.

LinkedIn's New Showcase Pages

Alanna Hawley

On April 14th, LinkedIn completely did away with Service and Product tabs on Company Pages in favor of "Showcase Pages." If you are like me, you may disappointed in this change, but keep heart my friend, the new alternative has some major benefits.

 

Facebook Hides More Business Posts and More, Week in Review 4/11/2013

Kip Reynolds

This Week in Review is a breath of fresh air with internet news.  First, we look at what Facebook is changing for business pages. We wrap up with some advice on the Heart Bleed Bug, and a very special announcement from Google.

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April Fool's Pranks & Microsoft's Siri- Week in Review 3/28 to 4/4/2014

Kip Reynolds

This week we saw a lot of change, upheval, and, of course, pranks.  First we see what made the newest CEO of Mozilla have the shortest reign, next we look at what Microsoft is revealing, and finally we look around at what pranks were pulled on the internet this April Fool's day.

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Week in Review 3/21 to 3/28/14

Kip Reynolds

This Week in Review we take a look at the news stories around the web that have been making a splash.  One of the largest waves being made is over the recent acquisition of Oculus Rift by Facebook.  We will also look at what new product Google is rolling out for $20,000 a month. 

Week in Review 3/14 to 3/21/14

Kip Reynolds

What’s happening around the world wide web this past week?  Google is blasting some Google Glass myths, Bitcoin is getting more secure, and another Google Easter egg is discovered.

Week in Review 3/7 to 3/14/14

Kip Reynolds

Happy Pi Day everyone!  The internet turns 25 this week, Pintrest becomes a bit more transparent, and Facebook is unleashing auto-play ads.  It’s a great Week to Review so let’s get started.

Week in Review 3-7-14 to 3-14-14

Kip Reynolds

Happy Pi Day everyone!  The internet turns 25 this week, Pintrest becomes a bit more transparent, and Facebook is unleashing auto-play ads.  It’s a great Week to Review so let’s get started.

Week in Review 2/28 to 3/7/14

Kip Reynolds

Images are the popular issue in this Week in Review.  First up, Getty Images' photos are now free to use.  We also look at what images are being debunked in the unfolding Ukraine crisis, and Facebook is changing its image once again.

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