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New Years Marketing Resolutions

Published On: Jan 3, 2009 7:07 pm

With the start of the New Year, it’s a great time to rethink your many options for online marketing. With such a wealth of opportunities available it is difficult sometimes to determine where to start. I find it easiest to just start with the basics. This can apply to any level or stage of marketing… read more

Marketing sarcasm in a slow economy

Published On: Dec 10, 2008 4:00 pm

With the slew of marketing emails I receive (and you too, I’m sure), I was recently taken off-guard by a sarcastic message that turned out to be quite humorous. While I do not use Rackspace and I in no way endorse them, I am, for some odd reason, on their mailing list (imagine that, an… read more

Google Launches new SearchWiki…

Published On: Nov 26, 2008 12:07 pm

Is it more than just personal Search? Earlier this week, without much fanfare, google launched their new SearchWiki application. Built into your search results, are now, extra tools to help you move around your personal rankings, rate them and even add notes to specific listings. They are pushing this as an evolution of personal search…. read more

Remember the Milk … Task management in 2008

Published On: Nov 22, 2008 4:16 pm

Over the past year I have read numerous articles and posts about a great website/web application to help track your tasks. has been praised as a new way of handling To-Do Lists. Being an avid Outlook fanatic, I never felt the need to stray from my existing system. Outlook has everything in one nice… read more

virus makers now using PPC ads to distribute…

Published On: Nov 11, 2008 12:08 pm

I recently saw a blog post that the malicious creators of ad-ware, malware and viruses are using pay-per-click ads to distribute their creations and infect innocent computers. I orginally cast this off as a myth. I made the assumption that the search engines would not allow this. However this morning, after searching on Yahoo for… read more

Developing for the iphone?

Published On: Oct 23, 2008 9:47 pm

If only we had a few more hours in the day… We have been using an internal web application to track our studio’s work for many years now. We call it the EZHitlist and it is a very simple job and time tracking application that can be used for any type of task or project…. read more

Blogging Tips from the top

Published On: Oct 2, 2008 12:34 pm

Google’s Matt Cutts provides advice for Company Blogs. Matt Cutts is a google software engineer who frequently blogs about many things effecting the many businesses influenced by Google (just about everyone online at this point). Recently he posted Three Tips for Company Blogging on his own blog. While these tips seem to be common sense… read more

Don’t try to fool the Search Engines – white hat SEO

Published On: Sep 26, 2008 10:28 am

Nobody likes a pushy salesperson. And it doesn’t matter if it’s someone trying to sell you a car or someone blocking your way past a kiosk in the mall, these sales people have a commonality that is persistence and the belief that they can persuade you to buy anything and/or everything. Maybe they can fill… read more

Blogging from my iphone

Published On: Sep 20, 2008 10:45 am

Well almost a week into my phone switch and I am in heaven (as close as I can get to heaven at the Newark airport). Being a devoted Treo fan for years, I was scared of making the change to an iPhone. The browser sealed the deal though. No other mobile device comes close. Not… read more

How to make an old bike new again

Published On: Sep 10, 2008 12:48 pm

A new coat of paint and a little oil can go a long way… We began working with Lou Lamoureux (the transplant athlete) several months ago. He has been running his e-commerce website ( and selling training and fitness videos and books for several years. He started small and did all of the work himself… read more

Google gets shiny with Chrome

Published On: Sep 3, 2008 10:17 pm

What a great way to start our new blog. After years of assisting our clients with their online marketing efforts, we have finally started to practice what we preach and begin blogging ourselves. In a similar fashion Google, which has been helping all of with just about everything online for the past several years, has finally… read more