As an amazing Christmas and year comes to a close, thanks to everyone for checking in on the blog once in a while. Rest assured, the less I blog and use social media it just means that life is getting better and the need to rely on social media to feel connected is no longer necessary.Read More
The big news I’ve been watching over the week is Facebook’s move into the Dark Web, or the anonymous internet that so many of us now use. No other big Silicon Valley Giant has dared to take this step but does it make sense for the Privacy Robbing Giant to move to the Darkweb?Read More
Yelp is at it again. They clearly don’t like bloggers, especially ones who refuse to participate in their Yelp programs, scamming small business’s out of thousands of dollars every year. A recent email from Yelp, which I found in the trash, states I will have to change my profile pic before I can talk to customers. Apparently they require a “REAL” photo of me. Really Yelp?
This past weekend was about the 6th straight weekend I have practically disappeared from “The Net” despite having the latest and greatest gadget in my back pocket. Disconnecting… something I have struggled within in the distant past but have learned how to masterRead More
Brand managers are starting to flee from Facebook because they’ll realize it was stupid to pay to have a bunch of fake fans to “like” your sponsored posts.Read More
It’s Sunday! Here is Some More Noise for the Internet… As a long time blogger who has watched the internet grow, expand and explode into what we see today a bloggers only advantage over most every other internet marketer, digital marketer or whatever you want to call us, is the fact we can stay focused while applying the rules of the old web: Focus on Content: Content is king!