Archive for June, 2011

Will Groupon really boost your local business?

By: Head-Web-Guy  |  Jun-27-2011  |  Be the first to comment  |  

Editors Note: I stumbled upon this eye opening article about Groupon and how it is not necessarily the best thing for all businesses to use.  It may just not live up to all the hype.  Groupon seems very good initially, ... Read More
How to Use Twitter Like a Pro

By: Head-Web-Guy  |  Jun-23-2011  |  Be the first to comment  |  

Editors Note: This is an excellent article written for pcworld.com covering the do's and don'ts of using twitter for your small business.  Take the time to read each tip and understand them... there are lots of buzzwords floating around ... Read More
top 10 twitter tips

By: Head-Web-Guy  |  Jun-16-2011  |  Be the first to comment  |  

Image via Wikipedia Editors Note: This is a fantastic article on some tips and tricks that social networking novices need to know about twitter.  Twitter has become almost as important as Facebook when it comes to keeping on top of y ... Read More
How early Twitter decisions led to Weiner’s downfall

By: Head-Web-Guy  |  Jun-14-2011  |  Be the first to comment  |  

Editors Note: While the subject matter is a bit racy, it does give us an opportunity to review exactly how twitter began and is intended to work.  I hope it will help small business owners understand Twitters first principles - ... Read More
Six Keys to Being Excellent at Anything

By: Head-Web-Guy  |  Jun-13-2011  |  Be the first to comment  |  

Editors Note: Tony Schwartz, the author of The Power of Full Engagement andThe Way We're Working Isn't Working, among others, recently wrote a great blog post entitled Six Keys to Being Excellent at Anything.  I thought i would post it ... Read More

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