Using Twitter Search and Trending Topics

Twitter is a large social networking site where users share “what’s happening”. Find out the most popular topics being discussed on Twitter. You can also search for discussions on specific topics. Go to http://search.twitter.com and use the search box to find discussions on certain topics and see the most popular topics: Click through any of […]

Using GoTo Meeting for Webinars

Set up a Webinar with GoToMeeting is so easy. It’s great to do a meeting via webinar – you and your attendees can be anywhere as long as they have a computer and internet access. GoToMeeting is a very powerful service that allows you to set up online meetings and webinars (think of it as […]

Designing Your Website for Results

Designing a website for your business is a daunting task. Working as a designer and developer of websites these last 12 years has taught us a lot about the process and what works and what doesn’t. Some of the questions we are often asked are: Where should I start? Should you do it yourself (diy), […]

Using Google Analytics

How to Use Google Analytics to Understand Your Website Traffic Google Analytics is a free and very powerful program that allows you to analyze various aspects of your website traffic. All you need to do is enter a special code into your website in order for your traffic to start tracking. Your stats update on […]

Things Your Web Designer May Ask You

So, you’ve found a web designer and you’re ready to begin your project. If you haven’t already, sit down with these and get your plan together. These are a series of things to consider when planning your website. Every site is different, some questions won’t apply to your situation, and this list changes depending on […]

Things to Ask Your Web Designer

So, you’re shopping for a web designer? Here are some basic questions to help you make your decision. There are still many businesses that are just starting to work on their first website. How long have you been in business? Is this your primary business or is this something you do as a “side-line’? This […]

Off-Site SEO for Your Website

You optimized your website by creating compelling content and putting your keyword phrases in all the right places so you’ve done all you can do, right? No, absolutely not. What other people say about you truly is more important than what you say about yourself. This guide will walk you through some of the ways […]

Using Comscore

Comscore provides information on the behaviors of Internet users and consumers worldwide. The data is based on approximately 2 million consumers who have volunteered to have their behavior tracked. If you navigate to the Products & Services page at http://comscore.com/Products_Services, you can see the main categories of intelligence they provide. Currently the categories include: Advertising […]

Using Reddit

Reddit is a social bookmarking site that allows you to what users are bookmarking and content gets ranked by what users consider to be “good” and what they consider to be “junk”. Although it may not give you a true picture of popular trends like a keyword tool could give you, it is a very […]

Using Delicious

Delicious is a bookmarking site that allows users to bookmark pages that they find interesting. The site makes it easy for you to see what is most popular amongst users, what they’re posting on Twitter about those pages and easily view other pages using the same tags. They claim to have the “biggest collection of […]