Will Seattle Continue to Be Cloud Computing Central? March 04, 2015 While it may be clear that Seattle is the current epicenter for the cloud, what does the future hold? One of the benefits to becoming such a central location for cloud computing is the talent every company brings with it. Seattle is now virtually […]
In my conversations with nonprofits using social media, I always ask them one question first – What do they want to get out of using Facebook? I always single out Facebook first because it is alternately so loved and so hated, and the mere mention of it always elicits spirited discussion. Facebook is also very […]
Following these efforts, in mid-October the company announced its acquisition of marketing analytics firm Anametrix, a move that they hope will provide customers with access to more sophisticated data and analytic tools. It further cements their …
Utah State currently has nine players on NFL rosters and has had eight players drafted into the NFL in the past four years. According to Emory Sports Marketing Analytics, USU is the fifth-most efficient program in the nation at converting high school …
According to Jenny Halsz, President of JLH Marketing, “The funny thing about SEO is that the more things change, the more they stay the same. The tactics shift, and the penalties increase, and the black hats get smarter, but SEO is still fundamentally just marketing.” Here are some strategies to help your SEO take off […]
Wiggins advised women with small business ideas to understand the time needed to get a business up and running. She said it has taken her six months to be ready to vie for federal contracts, including completing the certifications required by the SBA.
Do you think Facebook is evil? You're not alone. More and more people are waking up to the fact that the social media giant isn't really concerned about their billion or more members. Keep reading if you want to know why we think Facebook is the most evil company around and will continue to be […]
Conventional wisdom is that Twitter is the essence of the real-time web: a here and now, in the moment medium. If you’re tweeting when your followers aren’t online, then they won’t see those tweets. That’s how the thinking goes. But it's wrong. Your tweets can live on for far longer than you think