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Who’s Creepier: Google or Facebook?

The utility of the Internet has come along way. Portals and directories, such as Yahoo, used to be the dominate method for finding information on the web. Then Google came along and showed how every website could now be indexed in logical, intelligent (often gamed) way. Now with Facebook, we’re moving back into a portal […]

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How to Start Creating Your Online Presence

In this day and age, it is becoming increasingly important to own your online presence. Your online presence can be described as the multiple online channels (portfolio/brochure websites, social networking sites, online directories and review sites, etc.) that lead to you or your business. Having only a website for your online presence is no longer […]

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Shorten Your URL Without the www Prefix

If anything can be learned from Twitter, it’s that shorter is better.  Okay, maybe “better” is not the right word; however, through the 140 character limit Twitter imposes, we are gearing our minds into packing the greatest punch with the least amount of room.  Because of the limited amount of content space, URL shortening tools […]

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Searching Local With Zip Codes

As consumers become smarter web searchers and search engines become more advanced, the use of zip codes in local searches will be more common practice. Right now, if you’re looking for a grocery store in Denver, CO,  it’s very normal to type “grocery stores Denver” into the search engine–which can bring you a vast array […]

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How Else Can I Use Twitter? Try a Testimonial-Twitter Feed

Twitter is a like a virus—small and minimal yet robust and scalable. Many adaptations are found daily for the status-update tool. Doing a search on “additional uses for twitter” will demonstrate the vastness of its uses. Today though, I wanted to demonstrate one way I have been using the Twitter HTML Widget. At my full-time […]

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