Since I mentioned a month ago that Google and Bing are handling my new GlassAlmanac.com website soooo differently, I want to share this update: The site finally got its first visit from Bing. And it also has one visit from Yahoo, too! The Bing visit happened back on August 25, two weeks after I wrote [...]
Some of you may know that I recently launched a new hobby blog/website. It’s called Glass Almanac, and it’s all about Google Glass. The site launched back on July 6th, but in stealth mode. Then I did a public launch on August 8th. “Stealth mode” doesn’t mean I kept the site out of search engines, [...]
From Bryan Eisenberg in a recent post: In the near future, companies that will get great rankings won’t think of their websites and digital content as the center of the universe. They will think about the customer as the center of the universe. Here’s the full article, well worth reading.
Kris recently sent in a good question about providing SEO services for small businesses; more specifically, about the business model and billing: I usually work on a monthly retainer-syle basis with no contract. I sometimes feel apprehensive about this because I feel that huge value is delivered in the plan and strategy that is done [...]
The New York Times has been running a series about female entrepreneurs/small business owners called She Owns It, and the latest installment includes some of the most honest quotes I’ve ever seen about how SMB owners think and feel about SEO. Today’s article talks about a few business owners that recently redesigned their websites. Beth [...]
It’s pretty amazing to me that in December 2012, the National Association of REALTORS® would run an article offering SEO advice that includes 1.) Submit your web site to the major search engine directories. 4.) Add outbound links. I’m seriously left wondering if the date on the article is a typo — should it be [...]