Posts Tagged ‘search’
LeapFish Launches real time search
Last Updated on Friday, 13 November 2009 02:42 Written by Mike Wednesday, 11 November 2009 06:59
I was fortunate enough to learn about leapfish through sponsored tweets. What a cool concept, you can search for popular content then share that same content to your social connections, all from the same interface.
My experience with the service is amazing. I loved searching for information about lady gaga, my results included articles from digg, video from youtube, conversations that were updating in real time with twitter, There was also a Google news feed.
This is one site that is serious about content and connections. Social search will soon become a very crowded space LeapFish will be ahead of the game with their intuitive and easy to use UI.
Once you have search results you can easily share that content with your friends on Facebook.
Leapfish believes that their web experience benefits everyone online. Portals and services benefit from search integration. Consumers benefit with access to more of the information from web 2.0 sites. Most of all this will benefit you the user. Those people that living and sharing life on the web.
LeapFish helps those people by giving them a goto place to locate, read, and share the best the web has to offer. What more can you ask for in a service? LeapFish delivers on all fronts.
His was the first and only sure fire way to get to the lead
Last Updated on Tuesday, 3 November 2009 09:50 Written by Mike Wednesday, 28 October 2009 09:45
This is a post about a whole lot of nothing. I am writing this in an attempt to see if I can get this page to rank on Google for the keyword phrase ‘his was. ‘
I have spent a lot of time lately with Google’s Keyword Tool. This tool tells you how many times a given word or phrase is ‘searched in a month’ it also tells you how much competition there is for a given keyword or phrase.
Real Jobs – 5 Places to look for work.
Last Updated on Thursday, 29 October 2009 10:12 Written by Mike Wednesday, 28 October 2009 06:14
With over 100,000 job boards in existence and an even larger number of self hosted career centers on employers websites. Where do you look? What’s my best chances of landing a job quickly.
Most employer’s web sites are full of real jobs.
Content aggregates know this.
I have assembled a list of some sites that might help with your job search. They are just a starting point. A point of reference in landing you a real job.
Tampa SEO Consultant – Local Search 101
Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 January 2012 05:33 Written by Mike Friday, 24 July 2009 12:37
For any local brick and mortar store or service provider, it is important to submit your business to the local business directories. A complete local business profile on Google, Yahoo, and Bing’s local business directories can bring in high converting traffic to your business.
Claim Your Listing!
The first thing you will want to do is sign up for Google LBC, Yahoo LBC, och MSN LBC and claim your listing. By claiming your listing you verify that you are the businesses owner. For Google they allow you to verify your listing by calling your phone and entering the pin code they provide, or you can wait for a pin number to be mailed. Yahoo & Bing will manually verify the business listing by mailing you a letter with a PIN code.
SEO Consulting – How I make it work for your local business
Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 January 2012 05:36 Written by Mike Wednesday, 17 June 2009 01:31
More and more local business sales are triggered by consumers researching through Google and Yahoo, looking to purchase specific products and services. Consumers are using search engines to look for things that you sell or the services that you offer. They are looking at where to buy locally, who’s selling it, how much does it cost? If you’re not targeting your potential audience in a specific local market, how are those consumers going to find you? The answer is simple and disappointing, they’re not going to.
As with any online project, there are several factors to consider in a local SEO/PPC campaign. Strategy helps define the businesses goals, it also will help determine from an SEO experts POV, whether or not you can actually benefit from our efforts. There are some businesses that will not benefit from SEO expenditures. Let me tell you that I will be the first to point this out to you if you are one of them. I will not waste my time or yours, trying to convince you that your toothbrush recycling business will get a million visitors in a week. I’d prefer to work on a realistic project where both parties are happy with the outcome.
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