Monthly Archives: April 2009

Dundas Castle Internet Marketing Seminar

You know, the problem with so many one day internet marketing seminars is a distinct lack of engagement between the audience and the speakers. All the speakers know each other and five percent of the audience do all the speaking on behalf of everyone else, whether they like it or not. It’s a bit like […]

Google’s new algorithm changes

There have been some recent changes creeping into Google’s search results over the last few weeks. We should be used to algorithmic shift on Google by now. Since the Florida update in 2003 and the many filters, penalties and updates since then, things have never really stood still. So what’s new? Since the turn of […]

The commercial measures of social networks

The commercial measures of social networks Social networks have been around for a while, and Facebook has been the absolute spearhead in this amazing growth over the past two years. The market, once in infancy, has quickly matured and evolved into an array of individuals, companies and corporations who spend their time Facebooking, Blogging, Twitting, […]