Reminder: Humans visit your site

Reading Time: < 1 minute Yes, we all want to be #1 in Google for every single keyword. Well, that’s unlikely to happen, but we can still try to do our best. According to Brafton, most of the time, this … Read more

It Continues to Look Bleak for Newspapers

Reading Time: 2 minutes This post will be a follow up to my previous post, Would you Pay for Your Online News?, which examined what will happen to newspapers as advertisers leave in drives due to the recession and … Read more

SEM is still bigger than Social Networking

Reading Time: 2 minutes …But for how long? CRM Magazine concedes that social networking is becoming bigger and bigger by the day but holds firm to the idea that SEO and SEM are still holding their ground. Social networks, … Read more

A Discussion on Geo-Targeting

Reading Time: 2 minutes Some conversations have come up here at OfficeClip regarding reaching local businesses. Since we are located in Atlanta, GA, we are keenly aware of how many great opportunities there could be to reach out to … Read more

Is Twitter Really Better Than Google?

Reading Time: < 1 minute Interesting thought and one that had never crossed my mind until I read this article from Kuno Creative Strategic Marketing. They assert that Twitter is quickly replacing Google as the go-to place for valuable information. … Read more

StyleFix – Automatically fix StyleCop violations

Reading Time: 2 minutes Microsoft StyleCop reports style violation in C# code. It helps standardizing codes throughout the enterprise and also makes reading, sharing and maintaining code much easier. The only problem is that it reports more than 100 … Read more

Big Brother Technology or Smart Advertising?

Reading Time: < 1 minute I am always on the lookout for new technologies, especially when it comes to marketing. When I discovered that tracking systems are being developed for use in video screens in shopping destinations, I was very … Read more

Tech-Users Go Low-Cost

Reading Time: < 1 minute With everyone pinching pennies these days, it’s no real surprise that people are opting for cheaper versions of, well, just about everything. The technology industry has shown it’s not immune, either. With so many low cost or … Read more