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For anyone that uses Yahoo, you may or may not have noticed something different every day you went to check your email or read the news. Yahoo has decided to change their logo, but unlike most companies or organizations, it … Continue reading
One of the top requests we get as a website builder and SEO consultant is ‘make sure I’m at the top of Google!’ And while you can optimize a website to make it the most SEO-friendly, it’s still not an … Continue reading
The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) has been going on all week, and the world is currently getting a sneak peak at the new devices that will be hitting store shelves this fall. The main buzz is set on the Xbox … Continue reading
One of my old classmates posted an article which shows that searching from mobile devices is booming. The total number of searchers in this country using mobile phones grew about 26 percent between March and December of last year, from … Continue reading
I have NO IDEA where THIS Harlem Shake came from, who started it, or why, but it’s everywhere. The “Harlem Shake” I know was an actual dance performed by Diddy (a.k.a. P. Diddy, Puff Daddy, Sean Puffy Combs (I think … Continue reading
Port O’Connor RV Park in Texas and America’s Best Campground in Missouri are among the growing number of private parks across the country that are starting the New Year with newly upgraded or redesigned websites, according to a news release. “We just went … Continue reading
The Vineyards Campground & Cabins is finding growing demand for its fully furnished park model cabins, even in winter, according to a news release. “We were sold out over Christmas. We were tremendously busy,” said Joe Moore, general manager of … Continue reading