Archive: December, 2009

Hootsuite Releases Their Much Anticipated iPhone App

Posted by Mark Thompson - December 10, 2009 - News, Tools

If you needed one more reason to switch Twitter clients, well here you go.  Hootsuite released their iPhone application today, that will allow you to perform all of the functions the web application can do, on the go.  Even with the long list of twitter iPhone apps currently available like Tweetie, Twitterific, and Tweetstack, they […]

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Google Announces Real-Time Search and Google Goggles

Posted by Mark Thompson - December 8, 2009 - News

Google is making some news today at the Google Search Event, with the launch of real-time search and Google Goggles.  As we all know users are needing information faster than ever before.  With blogs and social media sites like Twitter and Facebook allowing people to publish content easier, it was only a matter of time […]

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100 SEO/SEM Blogs You Should Subscribe To

Posted by Mark Thompson - December 7, 2009 - SEO

Below is a compilation of 100 of the best blogs in search.  The blogs are organized by “theme” including internet marketing news, SEO, eCommerce, social media, blogging, and web design. Feel free to leave me a comment with your own SEO blog and I will continue to add to the list. Internet Marketing/Search News Blogs […]

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SOS Weekly Recap in Search 11/30/09

Posted by Mark Thompson - December 4, 2009 - SOS Recaps

SEOmoz: Diagrams for Solving Crawl Priority & Indexation Issues Search Engine Journal: DIY SEO: Create Your Own Keyword Tracking Master Feed 1stWebDesigner: 100 Premium Like But Free, Fresh WordPress Themes: Year 2009 BlogStorm: Organic Results Only Make Up 21% of Google Search Result Pages Michael Grey: Shopping Cart SEO Tips Search Engine Land: The Other […]

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9 Professional Social Media Monitoring & Reputation Management Tools

Posted by Mark Thompson - December 3, 2009 - Social Media, Tools

Brand and online reputation management has become a growing concern for a lot of companies because of the multiple ways people can interact with each other online.  People now are communicating via blogs, forums, discussion boards, wikis, Q&A, and video sites.  With the unless number of social content sharing sites out there, it can be […]

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Tips From the Usability Meetup in Raleigh, North Carolina

Posted by Mark Thompson - December 1, 2009 - Design/Development

There was a great meetup I attended a few weeks ago to discuss web usability.  Ashley Berman Hale and Phil Buckley were the organizers who presented some helpful usability tips. Here are the notes of the Meetup: Usability: On the Web & On Your Site Usability is “Task Oriented” and should enable momentum so users […]

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