Friday, May 31, 2013

The Five W’s and the How of it all!

Who are you and what do you do?
You need to understand your community – your users and your potential users – to succeed. Know their demographics, their interests, their life circumstances. The better you know who they are, the better you can deliver value for them and the better you can serve businesses that want to connect with your users.

What is special about what you do or produce?
What makes you different? To people who might be interested in your product or service, or to businesses interested in connecting with your audience, you need to stand out from the crowd. If you seem like every other product or service the less time, attention and money you will command.

Why do you do what you do?
You need to understand (and be able to explain) why someone would use your product or service and why a business would pay for any services you offer.

Where are you located and how can we find you?
Location is going to be increasingly important: What is helpful to me right where I am this moment? Your mobile device knows where you are, and will let you know what companies deliver what you are looking for. Location is no longer just a physical address; it is how easily potential customers can find you.

When will you market your product?
Timeliness has economic value in marketing. When people learn about your product or service does matter.  A product of service that gets attention will deliver time-sensitive ads, coupons, deals and other opportunities that will be valuable for consumers and businesses and is on its way to success.

How will you express the above?
Design is the language that supports the strategy that promotes the product, which is imagined by people that believe in the vision.

Penguin....This is why I practice WHITE HAT SEO ONLY

Thursday, May 30, 2013

10 Worst-Paying College Majors

Low Pay And High Unemployment: The worst-paying majors tended to be in the arts, where the low pay in creative work is matched by high unemployment rates, with an average of roughly 9 percent unemployment for arts majors. In fact, the overall unemployment for all recent grads is 8.9 percent. Several arts disciplines, however, lead to double-digit unemployment, according to the study. But that doesn't mean those who major in those fields are worse off in every way. In fact, as Forbes has reported, studies of college graduates show that liberal arts majors are "are as satisfied or more satisfied with their lives as their classmates in other disciplines." And several majors in technical fields have high unemployment rates, too, despite relatively high salaries.

Read the entire article to find out the top 10

Friday, May 17, 2013

Good little article about Keyword stuffing. Google no likey!

Wednesday, May 1, 2013


You can find anything online. BONJOUR! I pray every morning and always the prayer of Jabez among others but I may have to change to the one below!

Dear God,
Please shelter me away from stupid people, because my patience has run out and I can't stand stupidity anymore. Please God make sure they don't cross my path over the next two decades, for I am sure to eat their heads. I suggest a break of two decades until I cool down .. and the chill pill works!

It is actually on a blog...