How To Manage Your Digital Afterlife

Manage Your Digital Afterlife If the psychologist Carl Jung was alive today, he may have said, your digital world is your shadow. In many ways it’s the best representation of your personality and your aspirations because of its interactive nature. When you misrepresent yourself, Read More →

Google plus is a minus

Most people in my workshops have either not heard of Google+ or do nothing after signing up. They feel this way because like 850 million other people, they invested heavily in Facebook profiles Google’s new social network arrived. They lament, Read More →

Links and Link Anchor Text… Vital Info

Another gem from SEO guru Tony Roocroft, a mentor and friend. Critical to SEO Success: Link Popularity and Link Relevancy. Links: You need them. Links: You need lots of them. Links: You need lots of RELEVANT or RELATED links Links Read More →

Google Real Time Search Comes to Town

Once again without too much of a fanfare Google announced another significant change that will have a serious impact upon free SEO ranking as time roles out. Announcement made on Dec 7th. The new way of representing search results is Read More →

Q&A about the Future of Social Networking

Using Microsoft’s recent acquisition of a $240 million stake in Facebook as the point of departure: 1. What does Microsoft’s stake in Facebook practically translate into for the company? And for the site’s users? Facebook now has a partner who Read More →

How to take control of your online profile

Have ever searched your own name on Google? I do it all the time and the results have become very familiar to me. When you search for “Ramon Thomas” on Google.com this is what you will see: 1st position is Read More →