Twitter Security Failure and the Need for Radical Evolution

With the recent twitter hoax, that originated from a “hacked” AP twitter handle causing the Dow Jones Ind. Avg. to drop 145 points instantly, and many other popular handles being hacked and used maliciously there is a growing concern regarding Twitters security and usage across top level institutions and corporations.  What level of measures are being taken across […]

The Twitter Firehose to be Turned Back On

Data from Twitter’s user base of over 280 engaged million micro-bloggers will once again be directly connected to Google (and Spotlight search for iOS and OS X) as Twitter and Google have come to a recent agreement.  Bloomberg reports, “In the first half of this year, tweets will start to be visible in Google’s search results […]

How to Make Your Business Successful in Digital Marketing

There are many opinions on leveraging digital mediums to gain new traffic and customers for businesses.  But many companies struggle with understanding where (or how) to get started and waste time and money.  Here is a guide to getting your organization online and how you can get more leads, recognition and revenue. Understand the Different […]

That .SUCKS – $2,499 for a Domain Name?

Vox Populi of the Cayman Islands (Subsidiary of Canadian Momentous) is the gTLD owner and manager of accredited domain registrars for the Internets hottest new domain:  .sucks Major brands like Apple, Microsoft, Citigroup, Hershey and even Kevin Spacey have shelled out the $2,499 per year cost for a .sucks domain name.  .SUCKS is just one […]

How You Should Really Look at SEO

Hummingbird?  Caffeine?  Panda?  Penguin?   What do these terms all have in common?  A direct impact on your web site and it’s position on major search engines. Let’s be honest, none of us are Google or can really “manipulate” the system to achieve a #1 position in rankings to increase conversions and revenue the way way […]

AOL – Powered by Bing? Google Loses Out on 10 Year Deal

The once coveted AOL 10 Year Deal that Google had secured back in 2002 (When AOL maintained a much larger percentage of the search market share) was announced Monday June 29, 2015.  This deal will increase, however slightly, the Microsoft footprint in both organic and paid listings. The deal, more strategically, will make make AppNexus the exclusive […]

What is an SEO?

I don’t think the term Inbound Marketing ever took off as a professional title. It sort of crashed right out of the launch pad. And now, as content development agencies spring up, it leads many SEO’s closer and closer to the edge. Internal marketing teams talk about their need for “content” ad nauseam. So, what […]

Selfish Content Development – It’s Not as Bad as You Thought

It is not surprising the amount of time spent on content development since the boom in late 2012. This was a time of great shift in our industry toward directing companies in education. Sharing the process of organic growth. A vocation that was a decade plus in the making. For nearly 20 years (since Web Crawler, […]

Google Pirate Update: An Update

Officially, Google has announced that the Pirate 2 Update was rolled out targeting Torrent sites and down-ranking them. Here is a list of the current Top 30 Losers from Pirate. Google’s Pirate Update is a filter introduced in August 2012 designed to prevent sites with many copyright infringement reports, as filed through Google’s DMCA system, from ranking […]