5 Social Media Mistakes you don’t know you’re making

February 4, 2012

Tweet Networking has suddenly become more important than ever before. With the fast speed at which information flows today, a big network is definitely a boon. Whether you a looking for a career leap, a new house or a new home for your pet, your social network is the solution to all such needs. The greater the size of […]

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Why I removed Google as my browser default search engine

January 17, 2012

Tweet I’ve used Google for years, dating back to my early days on the web. I’m trying to recall how I found the search giant.  It was before I went to college. I previously used Altavista and Yahoo! in my early days on the web. From what inkling I do have of early Google, comes […]

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Best Ecommerce Software

November 12, 2010

Tweet The best ecommerce software will meet the needs of your individual shop and provide a good experience for your customers. I’ve worked with ecommerce software for a few years now. I’ve installed many packages and put into production quite a few different stores. Like computer operating systems, ecommerce software can be a nightmare after […]

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Building Links for an e-Commerce Store

October 22, 2010

Tweet photo credit: Stuck in Customs A new e-commerce site needs links so it can start climbing the SERPs and receive traffic. After the payment gateway goes live, my clients want customers. I do educate them, of course. They realize they need site traffic and that’s hard to do with a new site — at […]

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Link Building Strategies for e-Commerce Sites, Blogs, and Sites

October 13, 2010

Tweet photo credit: Grant MacDonald I wrote about e-commerce link building before, but never finished the series. I opened the article talking about the importance of backlinks, but failed to mention how to start the creation process. So let’s look at how to build links to an e-commerce store, a site, or a blog. A […]

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