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Google search results often fluctuate and small businesses are the first to get affected. I have seen this happen many times. The ones that remain stable more often are “Brands”. So, what
In my last post, I discussed how one of the most fundamental elements of PPC (pay-per-click) advertising – ad copy – is often under-optimized because of poor or flawed testing habits. We tackled h
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The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly In a 2010 article on ontology and language understanding I argued against a BAD: the insistence that understanding the content and the sentiment expressed in free-form
We’ve seen an emerging web design trend is the use of ‘Single Page Websites’. These websites are typified by features such as: a long, single page of content; having the main navigat
Essentially, Google has anesthetized us to the N.S.A. scandal. How can we possibly object to the N.S.A. if we willingly give over our information to Google?
We are not tied to any specific technology; if a new technology comes out that we want to use, we can do that. We are always testing and vetting technologies to offer our clients the best available pa