We have another holiday coming up â€“ New Years. I wanted to share with you a few of our goals for 2005 or to keep in the holiday spirit - our New Years Resolutions for 2005.
I just checked Google to see if we came up in the search engine results under some specific keywords. We were on the second page, listing #14. Excellent! I decided to see if any of the other search engines could compare.
I donâ€™t know if this is just a coincidence or the way things are headed, but I just read that "People Aged 55 and Up Drive U.S. Web Growth". This is very interesting to note since I just read in another publication about how baby boomers, come 2025, are going to rule the shopping experience.
We only have so much time on this earth - life is too short - so it's important we save time whenever we can. Technology and the internet has helped us save time.
Yes, I know it seems early, but it is the first day of December and Iâ€™m very much in the holiday spirit this season. Picking up the morning paper, I noticed our town; Alameda, California was featured in the San Francisco Chronicle Home and Garden section.
I just finished reading an article in Information Week about how Yahoo is now authenticating email to prevent spam. The story reminded me of another article I read earlier about how "internet users are virtually clueless about security". Spam, Spyware, Viruses, Phishing...will it ever stop?
Isn't that why blogs were created? To allow a two way communication between us bloggers and our readers? Well, I've added the ability to post comments to our blogs. Adding comments to a blog post has many benefits.
Just decide that ALL email is bad, unless you approve it. Instead of blocking every piece of spam that comes in, you can setup Outlook to only allow the email you want.
Choosing the correct keywords is one of the most important factors when optimizing your website for search engines. Keywords are the backbone of search engine optimization, so choosing the right ones is critical.
Maybe. It could happen. At least this is one of the theories or predictions behind the use of RSS technology. One that I believe in or anticipate will happen.