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In SEO, It s Not What You Do, It s How You Do It

For years (perhaps as long as I ve been in this industry), I ve read comments all over the web about how anyone can do SEO and/or the obligatory don t waste your money on an SEO expert.

Pros and Cons of Leasing a Car

Much has been written over the years about leasing a car as a viable alternative to purchasing it outright. That it’s a very useful option, there can be no doubt, but like the purchase of absolutely anything nowadays, comes with its own unique ‘pros’ and ‘cons’.

Paying Off A Semi Truck Lease

Your leased onto a company and you want to move to another company. Problem is you still owe money on the truck. To make matters worse your credit isn’t so great. What do you do. In this video we go over some of the ways you can increase your chances of a smooth transition. Check out “Paying Off A Semi Truck Lease”.


The New Internet Milking Craze

Well, first we had the planking craze. Then we had the owling craze. And now, just recently, we have seen an uptick in the amount of people creating videos of themselves pouring milk over their head. Yes, we now have a new craze–which is called the Internet Milking craze.

UK Now Seizing Music Blogs (With American Domains) Over Copy

UK Now Seizing Music Blogs (With American Domains) Over Copyright Claims


Senior Care at New LifeStyles Online

Historically, senior care meant moving your parents in with you until they passed on or needed medical services that you could no longer provide. That has all changed now, especially with families spread out over the country, busy with careers and more. So there are now many senior housing and senior care options available to suit most needs.

Facebook Places Dead or Simply Buried Alive?

Apparently Foursquare is claiming victory over Facebook Places, especially since is saying that Facebook Places is now dead. Well, not exactly, folks. Apparently Facebook Places is still alive, so it is a case that Facebook Places was simply buried alive?

New Facebook Features Help Keep Your Dignity Intact

Facebook is making some big changes over the next few days, and approving and rejecting tags before they go public is one of them. That’s not just photo tags, either. The new feature includes location tags and tags in Facebook posts, as well.

Search Engine Marketing and eCommerce - PFSweb

Internet marketing has changed and it’s not looking back. While the term “Search Engine Marketing” (SEM) may be broad, there’s no denying catering to search engines has become one of the key building blocks for retailers in creating successful internet marketing strategies. While the concept of SEM has existed for over a decade now, there is a fun

3M Files Trademark and Anti-Cybersquatting Lawsuit

3M Corporation has filed a trademark infringement and anti-cybersquatting lawsuit over domain names that appear to be similar or confusingly similar to their own trademark.

Company Settles with FTC for $250,000 Over Misleading Online

A company that sells guitar-lesson DVDs online has settled with the Federal Trade Commission for a whopping $250,000 over charges that the company “deceptively advertised its products through online affiliate marketers who falsely posed as ordinary consumers or independent reviewers”. The company supposedly schemed to have fake positive reviews po

Wedding Themes and the Power of Yellow

Yellow is being used more and more at weddings. Not only are there so many shades of yellow, but it is a color with so much personality! A color that will mesh with a soft, elegant wedding or a bold, electric yellow for an over the top celebration.


Problems with Google Places Uncovered

Google’s recent search update where they have pulled places listings into the organic results is generating some errors in accuracy. Rob over at Standing Dog has uncovered some pretty interesting issues regarding Google Places and their integrated search results. Read the Google Places blog post to earn exactly what the problems that have been unco

GQ Names the 25 Best Cocktail Bars in America

To compile and rank the nation s greatest cocktail bars for that October issue, GQ traveled over 30,000 miles, visited twenty-one cities and 102 pubs, and drank much more than 400 cocktails, prior to finally selecting Seattle s Zig Zag Cafe as the number 1 bar on the list.

Is there a Best Time to Make a Blog posting?

I've been asked more than and more than again by many different people. And almost certainly you've most likely been wondering. When may be the greatest time to post a blog post? Is there a certain time of day time and day time of the week when it is perfect to post your write-up or blog post on your weblog? Yes, there definitely is really a much better time than other people. And there even is really a much better day of the week. But, the real answer is this: it is dependent.

Report Shows Explosive Twitter Growth in Brazil, Indonesia a

comScore has just released a report on Twitter’s explosive growth worldwide. The comScore study found that in June 2010, about 93 million Internet users visited This is an overall increase of 109 percent over last year.

Setting the Record Straight Over Google Matt Cutts Impostor

I would like to set the record straight over some recent events that have caused quite a stir on the social sphere. There was never any Matt Cutts’s imposter Facebook Page, it was a Facebook FAN Page about Matt Cutts, BIG difference.

Going for the Gold

Every two years athletes from all over the world gather to compete in either the summer or winter Olympic Games. They all come with the same goal in mind—to beat the competition and win a medal, preferably a gold one. As spectators watch the games in person or on television, they are seeing the end result of a process that involved years of prepar

CheapTweet Upgrades Its Social Deals Search Engine, a major Twitter-based social deals search engine site, has launched CheapTweet Version 2, in celebration of indexing over 5 million deals online to offer users an better social shopping experience.

Extreme Home Makeover Day 4: We Have a House

Today we will finalize the delivery and construction elements so we can soon turn the house over to the Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Design team-who will transform the house into a home.

Google Executives Convicted in Italy

An Italian court has convicted three Google executives in a trial over a video showing an autistic teenager being bullied.

Wholesale Lenders Jump into Mortgage Net Branch Game

The overhaul of the mortgage industry by the government has changed the business models of many companies. Wholesale mortgage lenders fearful of their ability to survive in the near future are trying to become retail mortgage net branch companies over night by turning customers into employees.

Meeting the Needs of a Bandwidth Hungry World

The age of mobile broadband is already upon us. USB data dongles abound in Europe, Clearwire launches WiMAX in the US, but the greatest success is the Apple iPhone - some operators report data traffic levels up to 40 times that of comparable smartphones. Several operators are now making over $2Bn per year in data revenues as a result.


Why is 10G Better for Network Latency?

Why is 10G better for latency? In a word, serialization - the time it takes to process a packet and send it out on the wire (or read it back) is reduced by roughly a factor of 10 over 1G.

How I Met a Celebrity by Using Craigslist

Over this past weekend, I had the pleasure of a brief third visit from a real, honest-to-goodness, household name celebrity. This time, it was this celebritys husband visiting our home. And to think, it all started with a simple Craiglist ad, one that I placed on the Dallas Craigslist about two months ago.