We’re not “old.” Not the way we saw our grandparents. We have active, connected, vibrant lives. Sure, one day we may stop working at our […]
Social Media Marketing: How To Stop Running On A Hamster Wheel In Hell
Last spring I conducted a webinar for Janet Neal’s Tribe of Superbwomen on social media marketing for the small business owner. I called it “How to […]
Check Out the Before-&-After Websites for Women’s-Advantage!
Woo hoo! I just finished working with a brilliant client named Jenni Gabelsberg, the director of Women’s Advantage | Men’s Optimal Health, to redesign and upgrade her […]
Poor Alexa – So Many Rumors, So Much Misunderstanding
Do you own your own website or blog? Yes? Then do you know what your site’s Alexa score is? Do you know what an Alexa […]
Does Your Website Make You Look, Well… Elderly?
A few weeks ago, I attacked my “entertainment center” – an archaic collection of massive electronic boxes, each sprouting 50 or 60 cables out of […]
Which Social Media Platform Has People You Want?
Social media specialists talk a lot about who’s using what type of social media platform, using the data to guide business people in finding their […]
Where is Your Target Audience On the Web?
This internet usage infographic was compiled in March 2012 so – grain of salt. But the numbers, relative to each other, are very illuminating and […]
Internet Catch-Up for Boomers and Above at UCLA
I’m having a great time teaching “Internet Catch-Up for Boomers and Above” at UCLA Extension this winter. This is a first-time offering, and enrollment for […]
Marketing – The Twelve Touches Are Not Always Good
Today I got a call from Dell. Or a call from a minion laboring away in a call pit, hired by Dell. I am not […]
Still At Do-It-Yourself Stage? Here’s a Great Resource for Web Design and Other Design Projects
Daniel Epstein of the “Unreasonable” group appears to be a very interesting fellow who is seeking to break the mold in just about every […]