I have read hundreds of articles on how to achieve in-box zero, but never an article on how to ensure that the email lists you signed up for or important notifications never end up in the spam folder.[Continue reading]
I am a big believer in reality over fiction in marketing when it comes to data.
Creative writing is one thing, fudging the numbers is quite something else.
According to TFM & A Insights
Update: They have been very proactive in fixing the content with something more suitable so I have removed the nofollow
I recently wrote about how we can fight against patent trolls in the marketing space.
As I mentioned in that post, one of the simple proactive ways to combat patent trolls and companies taking the legal route armed with trivial incremental software patents is simply to support their competitors and in particular their targets.[Continue reading]
I often liken what I occasionally do to being a cleaner of other people’s $#!+ and in some ways that is what I do in my role as Product Manager at uQast (we are just starting our chartered launch), tracking down bugs & designing features that solve the problems of our customers.
It is much better being the “Head Cleaner” – then you don’t necessarily have to get out a mop & bucket yourself… let alone a plunger.
I am not sure why Twitter engineers are struggling with this, and potentially misleading tech journalists (and even some well respected SEOs) with the SEO issues hampering the indexation of Twitter.com[Continue reading]
It is not as benign as you might think.
Some of the points raised in the video
- We need to avoid a cartel of top sites with limited access, especially with Ggoogle and Facebook currently buying ads from each other in the free market.