Unless you follow tech news, you probably don’t know about the Apple vs. Android debate raging over who is really winning the smartphone wars. Android fans claim that Google, with over 50 percent of the market, is the clear winner; while Apple proponents point out that comparing the two is comparing apples (no pun intended) […]
Predicting the future is always risky business. But a recent article, Four Mega Trends Shaping the Future of Commerce, gives an insightful look into what that future might hold. In the next decade, we’ll see more change in the commerce landscape than in the past 100 years combined.The reason? Four mega trends being driven by […]
In my previous post, Internet Marketing 101, I explained the difference between Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Pay-Per-Click (PPC) advertising. (If you missed that, I suggest you read it first before continuing.) In Internet Marketing 102, I’ll explain the pros and cons of each to help you decide which might be best for you.
Dad was confused. He’d been experimenting with Google AdWords and he called me with a question. He wanted to know how to create an ad that would appear on Google … not the top or right section where the paid ads appear, but in the main center portion of the page. Dad was trying to do something […]
I always find it interesting (and refreshing) when a search marketing company has something positive to say about the Yellow Pages. As someone who ran a web development business for over 5 years, I can certainly understand their bias. But it seems that the folks over at Search Engine People have decided to go with […]