Mobile Marketing

Many of your customers would rather lose their wallets than lose their mobile phones. We love our mobile devices, from smart phones to pads and tablets. We take them to work with us, we take them shopping with us, we take them to dinner, we take them to bed, and everywhere in between. Have you…

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Google My Business

Google My Business listing, formerly known as Google Places, represent one of the easiest ways for local businesses to “get on the first page of Google.” (The only easier way is with Adwords, Google’s PPC (pay per click) advertising option….) Get Your Local Business on the First Page of Google There are a few steps…

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Google is trying to tell us something!

                            Here is a pie chart provided by Google that shows the exact percentages for what searchers actually CLICK in a Google search. Basically, Google is telling us, “Here’s some proof that if I like you enough, I’ll bring you business.” As…

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Intro to KML Files

A KML (Keyhole Markup Language) file is a XML based file format that displays geographic data. Originally named “Keyhole Earth Viewer,” KML files were first developed for use with Google Earth in 2004. Now used with Google Earth, Google Maps, Google Maps for Mobile, Flickr, and many other geospatial software, KML files display things such as…

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Yes… Another Facebook Update, Believe it or Not

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On Facebook “Voice” Social media is in constant flux, and it can sometimes prove frustrating for the Internet marketer. You’re probably thinking “Another Facebook change? Really? I just got adjusted to the new Timeline… will it ever end?” We just have to try our best to keep up with the whirlwind of change thrown at…

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Facebook Tab Image Upload Bug – Random Images

Well, that was a frustrating journey. I added a new static HTML page to one of my Facebook Pages. Added my content to the page, went to change the icon on the tab to my custom icon, and BAM….a random image appeared. Multiple attempts at insuring that it was not user error. Tried several HTML…

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