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Googlebot and Pinocchio: an SEO parallel

By: Head-Web-Guy  |  Oct-31-2014  |  Be the first to comment  |  

Both Googlebot and Pinocchio want to be real people. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) We all know the story... something man made wants to be alive.  Johnny 5 is alive!  Pinocchio wants to be a real boy.  Buzz Lightyear thought he was a ... Read More
Color-schemes in Marketing

By: Head-Web-Guy  |  Oct-30-2014  |  Be the first to comment  |  

Editors note: This is an excellent article we found on medum.com by the author Gregory Gotti.  It is a great read on the way colors affect each of us differently and how there is no standard agreed upon set ... Read More
Video Testimonials that Suck!

By: Head-Web-Guy  |  Aug-30-2014  |  Be the first to comment  |  

When I first got started designing a website (it was just for me to get more repeat and referral leads when I was in security alarm sales), I found a book titled "Web Pages that Suck!".  The title took me ... Read More
Sell like a six year old

By: Head-Web-Guy  |  Aug-07-2014  |  Be the first to comment  |  

You have seen it before... the little kid with his mom at the grocery store asking her to buy him a candy bar while they wait to be checked out, right?  We have all seen it, but have you ever ... Read More
The one thing solopreneurs forget to do when selling

By: Head-Web-Guy  |  Jul-24-2014  |  Be the first to comment  |  

Entrepreneurial traits (Photo credit: Wikipedia) So you have decided to open a small business.  It's just you and the shingle you hung outside the door.  You are the boss, the big cheese, the President and CEO of a company that ... Read More

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