You’ve probably seen the Instagram video, tweet or Facebook post where a teenager is videoed sliding down the center median of a subway escalator in the London Underground Continue reading “Who’s the teenager that slid down the center of a subway escalator in hilarious, cringe-worthy viral video?”
&pizza, the fast casual, custom pizza joint that originated in Washington D.C., was giving away free pizzas to those that clicked on their Instagram sponsored post. Continue reading “Yes, &pizza is giving away free pizzas via an Instagram Sponsored Ad”
Facebook’s ‘Safety Check’ feature has been receiving attention after the social media company activated it after the Paris attacks. Continue reading “How does Facebook’s ‘Safety Check’ work and know my location?”
There really aren’t words to explain the multitude of feelings after what happened yesterday in Paris, but I’ve had random thoughts float in and out as I processed all the death. Continue reading “Thoughts on the Paris attacks: Social media, Eiffel Tower, religion and the Eagles of Death Metal”
A recent Medium post titled “The Web We Need to Save” went viral. Though I found it to be a little annoying at points, it had some insightful thoughts about how the web has changed in the last decade. Continue reading “Facebook has made the web a smaller place”
As the webmaster of a couple websites, there’s been a few occasions where I woke up to see a post was shared out on Facebook, went viral and my website traffic spiked from it. Continue reading “Finding “Sharer Zero”: How can I see who shared my Facebook post?”
Whenever Justin Bieber shares a moment of self-reflection or has a fleeting awareness of his place in the world, we should support him in his efforts. It’s not easy to fight off the strong impulses to behave like an ignorant bro. Continue reading “We should welcome any and all self-reflection that Justin Bieber can muster”
How Google Views Your Content: The 10 Most Common SEO Mistakes Content Marketers Make by Stephan Spencer. Continue reading “CMWorld Session Recap: Common SEO Mistakes Content Marketers Make”
I know that a good chuck of the 14 of you that read this blog will be shocked and appalled by this post, but I feel strongly about this: Sarah Slocum has a really punchable face. Continue reading “Sarah Slocum has a punchable face with or without Google Glass”
At Dreamforce 2013, I’ll be speaking on the relationship between infographics and SEO in a session called “Marketing with Infographics for Fun and Profit.”
I’ll be going over alot of information in my 10 minutes on stage, so I thought it would be beneficial to break down the content of my slides into individual blog posts to be referred to later on.
There are three parts to my presentation – why SEOs love infographics, why infographics need SEO, and how to optimize infographics for SEO. In this blog post, I’ll expand on why infographics need search engine optimization.