Is Your Twitter Stream Just an RSS Feed?

Thursday, May 26th, 2011 Posted in Small Business Website | Comments Off

If you only ever use your twitter account to post links to your latest blog posts, then it’s really just an RSS feed. RSS works really well, so why use ... Read more..

Would You Pay For Twitter?

Wednesday, July 28th, 2010 Posted in Small Business Website | Comments Off

The Guardian just reported that zero percent of surveyed people would pay to use Twitter. This isn't really very surprising as it's free already. Many people say they prefer to ... Read more..

Twitter Finally Gets its Own Link Shortener

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010 Posted in Small Business Website | 4 Comments »

Twitter just confirmed that it will launch it's own link shortener so this will make it quicker and easier to share links if you're working directly on Twitter. Link shorteners like ... Read more..

Squeeze Your Twitter Lists

Monday, April 19th, 2010 Posted in Small Business Website | 1 Comment »

Twitter Lists are an exciting and useful way to create valuable channels of updates for your readers and customers. In this new guide, Squeeze Your Twitter Lists, I'll show you how ... Read more..

Are Your Tweets Search Engine Friendly?

Friday, April 16th, 2010 Posted in Small Business Website | 2 Comments »

It was reported recently that twitter does 19 billion searches per month which is a staggering number. This is 5x bing's search number and even as much as 20% of ... Read more..

Website Popups Give Your Visitors Click Stress

Thursday, February 11th, 2010 Posted in Small Business Website | Comments Off

I can feel the stress levels rising as I click around various web sites these days (not just vacation rental sites). I'm almost nervous to move the mouse around, let ... Read more..

Twitter for Marketing Your Vacation Rental

Wednesday, June 24th, 2009 Posted in Vacation Rental Website Design | 6 Comments »

Is Twitter the answer for those missing bookings for your vacation rental? Maybe, but you need to use the right approach. Now I'm not going to go on here about how ... Read more..