Managing Projects & Productivity Like a Boss

By: Stephanie Rawson on June 22, 2016

Before I go any further, there’s something I have to get off my chest. Dear Asana, Where have you been all of my life? I can’t imagine getting through my days without you. You give me reasons to go on throughout the day. You make life easy and clean and breezy. Oh, how I love […]

Voice Search and the Future of SEO

By: Brock Cooper on June 15, 2016

The world of search is once again changing to meet the demands of technology thanks to voice recognition devices such as Siri, Cortana and Amazon Echo. Voice search is growing as people stop typing and start talking into their phones and other devices. How will that change SEO? The Rise of Voice Bing representatives said […]

Reviews Improve Local Search Results

By: Brock Cooper on June 9, 2016

Do you often think about the reviews for your business? It’s easy to let them fall by the wayside when you’re trying to keep up with customers and services, but they’re an important part of Internet health and local search rankings. When a person gives a review on a website such as Yelp or Trip […]

Spam and Google Analytics: The Oddest of Bedfellows

By: Brock Cooper on June 2, 2016

I spend hours a day looking over information on Google Analytics in an effort to better understand how things are going on client sites. It’s great to report when traffic increases month to month, but unless you know GA, you have to be careful. Spam is everywhere. I know many people simply look at the […]

Twitter tweets just got a little longer…sort of

By: Brock Cooper on May 27, 2016

Anyone that has tried to keep tweets down to 140 characters knows that it can be difficult, especially if you have names, images and URLs in the message. It’s tough to tell someone something when they’re @someonewhobelievesnamingconventionstobederivative. Twitter is helping people out by removing names, URLS and images from your character count. The days of […]