Vancouver SEMs have a new Ning community to ask and answer questions, exchange ideas, and network online: http://vancouversem.ning.com. Following the success of the Vancouver SEM Meetup Group we would like to invite all of you SEMs, SEOs, PPCs (can you PPCs?) and those who have questions about the topic to join and participate. The Ning […]
I made the move and switched names. But little did I know that Twitter users are having problems switching account settings, usernames in particular. Now I can only sign in with my email, but when I do the username reverts to the old one. If I click “home” to post an update it takes me […]
Have you noticed an increase on articles praising social media and asking, “do we really need SEO?” Well let me answer that for you, YES. Social media is mighty powerful, true, but it’s not a substitute for SEO, it’s part of it. Here are some of the really, really basics some non-believers of SEO are […]
Privacy is one of the most popular counter arguments to social media. Your location and current activities are indeed very private pieces of information we might not always want to share. But what about the times you want to conceal just part of it all? For example, here I am in Boston. On one side […]
I have to blog about this. I’m sitting on the Skytrain heading back home from Vancouver’s Third Tuesday. John Chow, a blogger who has managed to make a six-figure income from a blog about making money online and random ramblings from his “dot com lifestyle” , took the stage this time. And I’m inspired.
What is a “tweetup”? Regardless of how I answer this question, tweetups are a terrifying concept to those of haven’t experienced one … a gathering of nerdy people talking about Twitter and iPhone apps – the horror! Last Friday I went to a tweetup in Vancouver organized by @netchick and… it’s better if I just […]