Month: September 2012

SEO on the Cheap

We get lots of questions from folks interested in ​improving their position in Google searches but who aren’t quite ready to jump into a paid solution like we offer. ​If you’re looking for “cheap SEO” (we didn’t coin this term), you’re in luck and have quite a few options. Here are a few free resources …

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First Fall 5K

For some reason last year, I didn’t run in many fall 5Ks and as I was running and training this summer, I realized I missed the scene and the energy that encompass a Saturday morning run for a good cause.  Asheville is the perfect place to get re-engaged in the running scene (although I would …

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Contact

We encourage our clients to embed a contact form into their websites because : it transfers communication about bookings and/or business to their website rather than their inbox with their dentist appointments and child’s soccer schedule.  the form collects valuable data that can be used for other purposes ​ Plus, when you realize how many …

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My Music Since 2005

It’s funny, odd and a little comforting to scroll back through back in my last.fm profile and see what music I’ve been listening to since I signed up for the service in August of 2005 (when I was 26 and a lot more wiser): samharrelson’s Music Profile – Users at Last.fm In 2005, the social …

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Solving Multiple Email, GMail and iOS Problem

I’m noting this here for my own needs as I’ll certainly have to follow this breadcrumb trail again. If you are looking or have consolidate a bunch of email addresses into one Google Apps account, there’s nothing more sweeter than having that account work just as well on iOS as it does in your browser …

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The Next Step

You can’t argue with this type of closure… Closure « Steve Blank: “Fast forward 15 years. Retired for a year, I ran across an article that said, ‘$35 Million Dollar Supercomputer For Sale for Scrap.’  It was the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center Cray Y-MP that had beaten me at Ardent.  It was for sale on Ebay. …

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Twitter as the Poisoned Coral Reef

So sad… Twitter was once that coral reef service we could all bet on: LoopInsight: IFTTT to End Twitter Triggers: In an e-mail sent to users, IFTTT’s CEO Linden Tibbets said that the service will be removing all Twitter “Triggers” on September 27, 2012 – a direct result of recently-published changes to how Twitter is …

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MarsEdit and Squarespace 6

Disappointed, but hopefully the Squarespace team will listen to Daniel… Red Sweater Blog – State Of The Squarespace: “It came as a surprise when Squarespace 6 was released earlier this year, that support for 3rd party editors such as MarsEdit was dropped from the service.” We use Squarespace (6) for the HarrelsonAgency site and I’m …

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