Personal tools
You are here: Home

Search results

4 items matching your search terms.
Filter the results.
Item type







New items since



Sort by relevance · date (newest first) · alphabetically
Your website sucks (and here's why)
I am going to rush through some of the most obvious things that suck about your website that pop up and occur to me. These are general mistakes, concerns, and issues—I haven’t the time nor the impulse to collect and shame all of the perpetrators and perpetuators of this sort of thing, probably because I don’t make my money from web application development. So, without further ado, here’s my list of web application disasters and mistakes that very well should have been sorted out by last Thursday, 2013.
Located in Blog
2007 Google Apps Case Study: Abraham Harrison manages a successful virtual business using Google Apps Premier Edition
I was doing some searches on Google about Abraham Harrison, my first digital PR agency, and found this amazing old gem from 2007. AH was an earliest adopter of Google Apps and Google wrote a case study about the agency. I was living in Berlin at the time.
Located in Online Reputation Management (ORM)
Google Search Is A Lying Liar That Lies
I’m going to get a lot of blowback for this. The following list of Google lying liar lies all have exceptions to the rules. And, Google does make examples of bad actors.
Located in Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
Reciprocal Linking and Google PageRank
Blogrolling sites that you want to be connected to can lead to reciprocal linking. The nature of the blogosphere lends itself to linking. The process of exchanging links with other websites is called Reciprocal Linking.
Located in Search Engine Optimization (SEO)