Posts Tagged with "twitter"

Really Simple Syndication vs. Really Simple Socialization

Tuesday, September 1st, 2009

Is Twitter the new RSS? Seems things are starting to go that way. Where do you get your news from? Many of us in the past have utilized RSS feeds but a recent Forrester Research study found that only 9% of U.S. online adults are using these feeds on a monthly basis. Many have suggested […]

Are Your Link Building Efforts Localized?

Tuesday, July 21st, 2009

When’s the last time you checked to see if your site was listed in local search engines? Hopefully it wasn’t long ago. It seems that many online businesses don’t feel like they can benefit from some local search marketing efforts, but you really can! You don’t have to live in big cities like New York […]

Funny Story in The Arizona Republic

Wednesday, July 8th, 2009

Reading the newspaper is becoming a thing of the past. Arnie here at Vertical Measures, however, still reads a hard copy every once in a while. This morning he shared a great piece with me called "All a-Twitter over ‘the’ Facebook" by E.J. Montini. Yes, you read that correctly, ‘the’ Facebook. E.J. discusses the joys […]

Independence Day: Glad to be an American

Friday, July 3rd, 2009

If you’ve been reading headlines in the past week or so you’ve likely seen two things prevalently: the citizens of Iran are angry, and Michael Jackson has died. Has anyone else noticed how insane the coverage is of Jackson’s death? Not surprising, considering the media has always been obsessed with the life he lead, but […]

Allegiance To The Social Pledge

Tuesday, May 19th, 2009

The way we use the internet is changing before our very eyes. Since the first day each of us got on the information superhighway it has changed. My first session online proved to be extremely resourceful, and since that day over ten years ago I have integrated most of my daily activities to have some […]