Jan 3rd, 2011

Don’t Google Trouble

There are some serious problems with Google being gamed lately. It works well for our SEO campaigns, especially when we are legitimate, but if we start getting out ranked by any of these guys, it is just going to lead to war because there would be nothing besides our ethics stopping us from doing what [...]

Jan 3rd, 2011

Did Stumbleupon Pass Facebook for Social Sharing?

There is a little known secret in the internet marketing world, that Stubmleupon actually refers more traffic than any of the other social platforms like Facebook or Twitter. It’s pretty interesting how far under the radar it flies. Definitely check it out, and one of our secret tips is that they have a paid discovery [...]

How People Shared In 2010

Dec 30th, 2010

How People Shared In 2010

What’s interesting to note is that the biggest growth was in people sharing with Gmail. This makes sense to me because email is the most direct way to share a post with someone. Most of the time, when I want to share an article, it’s with a specific person and because I think the article [...]

Dec 29th, 2010

Facebook Won’t Have Any Problems With Revenue As Long As It Has Active Users

Facebook will never has revenue problems as long as it’s users use as frequently. http://www.allfacebook.com/chart-facebook-revenue-is-not-growing-like-googles-2010-12

Get Paid What You Deserve

Dec 16th, 2010

Get Paid What You Deserve

It turns out that our perception of value is based not on how much we are getting (utility), but by how much work went into what we are getting. Dan Ariely, author of books such as Predictably Irrational, explains how a locksmith get rewarded for his lack of skill. Locksmiths

Dec 16th, 2010

Blogging is Down, But Grandma is On Facebook

This year’s Pew Internet & American Life Project is out and while some of the findings are pretty obvious, there are a couple of gems in there. First, the obvious, internet usage is rising across all demographics, young and old. But what is surprising are the changes occurring in the older generations. Here are some [...]

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