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End of Year Checklist: Part 2 – Your Marketing

By: Head-Web-Guy  |  Dec-14-2014  |  Be the first to comment  |  

Make sure your website and marketing is ready for 2015 Yes check (Photo credit: Wikipedia) I recently did a presentation at one of the networking groups I am a member of.  Instead of talking about Your-Web-Guys and all the ... Read More
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 ... 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 ... Read More
Like the national debt, social media numbers add up quickly

By: Head-Web-Guy  |  Jun-03-2014  |  Be the first to comment  |  

Click the animation to open the full version (via PennyStocks.la) Take a look at the little animated image above.  It is a three frame snapshot of what you will see if you visit the Internet in Real-Time page. & ... Read More
Free Images for Your Blog/Social Media Efforts

By: Head-Web-Guy  |  May-26-2014  |  Be the first to comment  |  

Most of the information in this post came from a blog at bufferapp.com and while we never suggest to our clients that they should use "public domain" or any other free images, we are not lawyers.  Neither ... Read More

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