I felt this panel was a little over specific. Maybe instead of talking about Twitter, the panel could have focused on micro-blogging trends. In fact, I would have loved to hear their thoughts on the entire market including friendfeed.com and
This is a continuation of the Introduction to Search Engine Marketing Panel. You can read part 1 here. 1. Keyword Research: The first phase in both SEO and SEM Campaigns Jarboe: Dan Theis, wrote a good book about SEM, that’s been updated.
So I'm at the SES Toronto conference where I'm going to brush up on my Search Engine Strategy skills. I'm here thanks to the kind invitation of Byron Gordon of SEO-PR. The conference is packed with people, and I'm
The Panel: As the reach and efficiency of traditional media for marketing purposes continues to decline, companies and marketers alike are questioning how they can build a brand identity without any of the usual tools. What strategies make sense for
Update: Thanks to George for correcting one of the comments! Despite being really busy with some very cool projects (that I'll talk about later) I managed to swing by Mesh '08 for the afternoon and caught some of their excellent
I came across a great video post by Darren Rowse from ProBlogger the other day that I thought I would share about new trends in blogging. As blogging continues to evolve and become integrated in business practices, it is also
The web is buzzing. There is an interesting controversy brewing between Vanity Fair and Disney concerning the recent photo shoot of Hannah Montana star, Miley Cyrus. The shot, taken by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz shows Miley, 15, sporting tousled hair,
Twitter, is basically a micro-messaging system that asks users to describe what they are doing in 140 characters or less, and then sends that message out to that person's network of subscribed friends.
I was forwarded an interesting article today written by the New York Times, entitled "In Web World of 24/7 Stress, Writers Blog Till They Drop." The article begins by comparing piece-bloggers, those who are compensated by the number of blog posts