Posts Tagged with "twitter"

Simple Twitter Searches to Generate Content Ideas

Monday, May 23rd, 2011

We’ve all read that question and answer sites can be a great source of content ideas, but sometimes we neglect the biggest Q&A site of them all with millions of members and messages being sent everyday. Twitter of course! Kristi Hines Kristi Hines is a Web Strategist and author of the Vertical Measure’s Guide Blogging […]

Twitter Milestones Happening Every Day

Monday, April 4th, 2011

As you can see from the timeline, Twitter has grown quite a bit from its inception in 2006.  In the beginning, Twitter (or Twttr) was created with hopes of being able to send a text message to a group of people. And now on any given day in March, there were about 460,000 accounts created. […]

Getting to know you: Kristi Hines

Wednesday, November 17th, 2010

In this month’s edition of the Vertical Measures employee interview series, I speak with Kristi Hines about her personal blog on blogging, the key to developing a healthy Twitter following and the best surprise her husband has ever planned for her. Michael Schwartz: First question, let’s start it out easy, what do you do here […]

Getting to know you: Abby Gilmore

Wednesday, October 20th, 2010

In this week’s edition of the Vertical Measures employee interview series, I sit down with Abby Gilmore to discuss how she used social media to land her job at VM, her love of classic rock, Super Bowl XXXVIII and anniversary skydiving. Michael Schwartz: There’s only one way to start this interview. You are the only […]

Arizona on SEO

Monday, October 18th, 2010

In the Internet marketing business, we are all culprits of using industry jargon.  But what does the average person know about the lingo we use every day? About as much as we know about chrometophobia.  To be sure, we canvased the streets of Scottsdale to find out first hand what the average Arizona resident knows […]