To the end user, the location page generally just serves as a simple-designed portion of a website that merely tells people where to go to receive services, shop or dine a restaurant. However, it also helps along getting into Google Maps and Google Local, both of which have a very beneficial and long-lasting impact on […]
Finally making the move that so many web developers have been hoping for, Google is adding the option to use Schema.org markup to add a number of business types of contact information to a site or page. The new markup brings an easy way to display phone numbers, hours of operation, address and more. […]
As Google continues its attempts to make their search engine results be as accurate and valuable as possible, they’re adding a helpful new feature to Google.com’s Search Engine Results Pages (SERP): Image Text Search. So, in addition to alt text and filenames, web images will be searchable via any text that might be presented by […]
I totally support this movement - you can join here. Let’s all join together to increase awareness and bring humanity into a new era.
There was a recent article in infoworld about Google Glass’s hardware specs and this is what I find in particularly interesting about them:
“Google Glass is a headset worn like glasses that has a projector for beaming images into the wearer’s right eye, creating an illusion equivalent to viewing “a 25-inch high-definition screen from eight feet away.” That beaming of images…
I get a lot of questions about word press plugins – which ones do I use, what settings do I use, etc.. And with the absolute EXPLOSION of plugins out there today I thought it was appropriate to
I’ve spent a good deal of time over the weekend, looking at the marketing strategies that people are espousing on the internet and shaking my head. Mostly they look like the chart to the right; complicated and time consuming to implement.
Last weekend under the auspices of “Operation Protect Our Children” the Feds pulled the plug on 10 domains, claiming child pornography issues with the sites. The plug pulling went quantum when one of the domains was found to host over 84,000 websites; an assortment of innocent small businesses and individuals, having nothing to do with […]
I take self-help stuff these days with a pretty good-sized grain of salt. I’ve been reading self-help and business success stuff since I was in high school, so I’ve seen and heard pretty much anything that one could say in these types of books and, well… there are only so many times I want to […]
Last fall I wrote an article for the Theme Zoom blog about how I thought Google was dead, with Facebook moving into the realm of search and Google starting to copy Microsoft, it appeared to me that Google had become “established”, and was quickly falling into the ranks of gigantic corporate America, along with the […]