T&S SAID WHAT?!
Everything we wrote in December 2009
“Can you guarantee I can get on the first page of Google?” That’s a question I often get when discussing search engine optimization (aka SEO) with clients and potential clients. The short answer? Nope. Nobody can. Anyone who says they can is lying. Let me clarify a bit. Optimizing your website for search engines involved [...]
Merry Christmas! During the past year, a lot of business owners come to me concerned about not having control over blog comments, social media comments, etc. What they don’t get is the fact that they don’t have control is what makes it more useful and genuine. In the video below, Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian discusses [...]
We’ve long thought of T&S as our favorite place. It looks like Google agrees with us. Well, Google users, anyway. Google recently sent us a small package with a decal and letter in it to let us know that we’ve been selected as a Favorite Place on Google. Apparently less than 1% of the businesses [...]
Just received an email from Dave Burnett with the Midwest City Chamber about a couple of job openings. Read the information below, and email Dave if you’re interested. We have two position vacancies to fill. 1. We are looking for a person with charm and professionalism to serve as the face of the Chamber to [...]
In the midst of hundreds of emails each week (thousands for some), I think it’s fairly common to disregard the need for personable communication and correct email behavior. There is a laundry list of things to remember, so I thought I would break it up into a series of blog entries. Hopefully working on it [...]
If you’re connected to the internet on a dial-up modem (yes, non-believers, there are still dial-up modems out there), you may have experienced some frustration when trying to access sites like Facebook. Fret no longer! Facebook is offering lite.facebook.com, a site designed specifically for people who like less clutter, or just have limited bandwidth like [...]