Monthly Archives: September 2014

The Social Media Drug for Business

The first ever blog was written in the early ‘90s, a time when social networking was just an embryo we called AOL Instant Messaging. I’m old enough to remember those days and even my AOL handle, JoanieFire007. I’d sit in virtual conversations for hours on end, training my mind toward addiction, gobbling up the opiate… Read more »

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Social Storytelling Strategy

When I was a child, I loved telling stories in large social settings. I always thought I could fashion a tale that would keep people riveted. Of course, those people were my parents and family and keeping them riveted was a given since they had to listen. Luckily, I kept telling stories and rather than… Read more »

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5 Tips for Successful Website Redesign

Are you in the market for a website redesign? Prior to hiring a web developer, there are several steps you can take on the front end to ensure smooth sailing. Document all web credentials. This includes domain registration, hosting and any admin access to your existing website. Now is also the time to transfer any… Read more »

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Google Algorithm Update Hits the Fan

Panda. Penguin. Hummingbird. No, I am not talking about an upcoming Pixar movie starring humorous wildlife characters, although I’m sure this would make an excellent kids movie. In this case, I’m referring to Google algorithm updates. The search engine giant frequently updates their algorithms intent on creating a more user-friendly search experience. This is good… Read more »

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