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Internet Marketing Gold Begins with the Domain Name

Doing business online has become an important element to survival of any business. Whether the website is a blog, specializes in ecommerce, or amplifies a brick and mortar enterprise, the site can serve as a huge revenue generating center. Of course, marketing is an important piece of the Internet pie. Since domain name registration is often one of the first ... Read More »

Zillow and Changes to the Real Estate Industry

Real estate site Zillow.com launched last week. Some are predicting that Zillow.com is going to hurt realtors. But wipe away those tears, realtors. Zillow.com is not going to have as big a negative impact on realtors as predicted. Zillow.com is a website where you can go to find an instant online valuation of over 60 million homes in the United ... Read More »

Link Building Lessons from the Real Estate Industry

Are links doing more harm than good? With the rules for link building constantly changing, it can be hard to know what’s a smart link building strategy and what will land you in hot water with Google. Last year, Google’s webmaster trends analyst, John Mueller, surprised the SEO world with his pronouncement that link building, once considered essential to SEO, ... Read More »

Medical negligence claims are available quickly through the experts

Many instances come in front of courts where it is easily seen that the aggrieved parties have faced problems in their lives because of the negligence of the medical practitioners. People do not even know that there are laws in which a medical practitioner can also be questioned under law and can be punished if he or she hasn’t done ... Read More »

Workable: Automates The Hiring Process For Small Business

Small businesses that are hiring but that don’t have dedicated human resource staff may want to take a look at Workable, a SaaS-based software system that automates the hiring process, from job posting through candidate hiring. Workable provides a way to place a job listing on a business’s branded job page quickly and broadcast it to a large number of ... Read More »

How social media sounded the death knell for super-skinny models

Fashion from the Ashley Graham collection is modeled during Fashion Week. PA images Email Twitter22 Facebook137 LinkedIn Print Since the discovery of Kate Moss in the 1990s, the fashion world has seemed at times to be obsessed with super-skinny models. More worryingly, many young girls and women have taken her famous mantra “nothing tastes as good as skinny feels” far ... Read More »

Is the Mobile App Already Dead? comScore Says We’re Nearing “Peak App” (INFOGRAPHIC)

Barring Facebook, Messenger, Instagram and other hugely successful names, many apps are actually rarely used or even downloaded by mobile device owners. Yet many businesses spend considerable time and resources creating apps to engage customers. A new study from comScore now says we’re nearing the “Peak App” moment, which suggests businesses should revisit their mobile app strategy. Highlights of the comScore ... Read More »

The Future of Mobile Marketing: Smartphones and Augmented Reality

With each new year, marketers continue to say that mobile marketing is going to be huge. Has the time already come, or are there more developments in mobile marketing and technology yet to be seen? Mobile is one of the most innovative technology platforms out today, and with about 50% of mobile users (and 70% of affluent customers) owning a ... Read More »

The takeaway for 2016: What we do on the internet matters.

Photo Illustration by Scott Barbour/Getty Images What happened to the US in 2016 is historical and terrifying, and most of us were unprepared for it. This year saw the rise to power of a vocal, right-wing extremism with white supremacist and fascist leanings not considered a legitimate part of American politics in over half a century, while the ideological differences ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy Note Goes Over the Edge — With Curved Screen

Samsung is about to throw the smartphone world a curve ball — with a curved screen. The Galaxy Note Edge will be available exclusively through AT&T starting on Nov. 14. To get this cutting-edge phablet from Samsung without a contract, it will set you back $945.99. The device is a lot like the recently premiered Galaxy Note 4, the company’s ... Read More »