REAL “Experts” Don’t Call Themselves “Experts”

Web Development, Social Media, Facebook, Twitter, Blogs, SEO, Search Engine Optimization

An excellent, eye-opening, and insightful article entitled “Social Media Consultant Gone Bad… Real Bad!” recently written by Pam Moore, (someone I’ve grown to respect over the past year and consider an “expert”), coupled with something I recently witnessed prompted me to write this article.  I’m not sure if I’m more saddened for … Read more…

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Social Media: Can’t Be a Pilot Without Education

I’ve always had a passion for flying.  Years ago I even began pursuing a “Private Pilot’s License”… although certain circumstances required me to adjust my priorities and I was unable to continue with that dream.  Perhaps someday.  I did, however, learn quite a bit and recently found myself recognizing a … Read more…

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Three Keys to Social Media Success

I see it every day.  Real Estate Agents and Brokers, Chamber of Commerce organizations, restaurants, diners, craft shops, spas, health clubs, you name it.  They’ll be so excited because they just started a Facebook page, activated a Twitter account, put their profile up on LinkedIn, etc…  They’ll post a few … Read more…

Webmaster… Doesn’t Mean “Expert”

Helping Chambers & Small Businesses Understand and Use Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Foursquare, YouTube and other Social Networking Tools.

Although I wrote this back in 2005, it’s still applicable today!   If you’ve ever logged in somewhere, uploaded a photo or two, typed in some text, added a link or created a personal web page to share with family and friends, you can officially call yourself a “Webmaster”.    … Read more…

10 Signs of an Amateur Web Site

Helping Chambers & Small Businesses Understand and Use Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Foursquare, YouTube and other Social Networking Tools

I decided to resurrect a few old articles I wrote.  I’d forgotten about these… and it just brings back fond memories of the “simpler Internet times”. ———————————– Ever visit a web site and question your comfort level because the web site simply doesn’t look or feel “professional”?  So what makes … Read more…

DIY for Web Sites? Not if Success is Important.

Helping Chambers & Small Businesses Understand and Use Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Foursquare, YouTube and other Social Networking Tools.

Although I originally wrote this back in 2002, I realized that much of it is still applicable today.  It’s about the general mentality of small business owners.  Look beyond the fact that it focuses on websites and apply it to Social Networking and Social Media.  I guess it’s true… the more … Read more…

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