Drinking from the info fire hose, aka “power searching”

It’s important to always be learning, even when you think you’re an ‘expert’. Maybe especially then! So I’ve been in DC at Web Search U learning to ‘power search’ with the pros. Rooms full of other information professionals of every stripe – business, legal, government, academic, independent. I’ve met folks from AARP, from the Naval […]

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Understanding search results can help your business

“social media may capture headlines, search is still the workhorse.” via Growth Strategies: How Keyword Research Can Help You Grow Your Business | Inc.com. It may take a little time digging around, reading stats and analytics, but it will be well worth your time. There is much to learn from the data on search results, […]

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Firefox fan? Then you might want to read this

I love LifeHacker.com .  I admit it. Gleefully. Better question may be, why don’t you love it too?  Reviews and tips on everything from browsers to electric toothbrushes, cleaning your old laptop, to how to properly wind your earbuds. It’s life made easier, and we can all use that. Now, I’m not a “fanboy” of […]

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Tips for new entrepreneurs

It might be questionable to make my first official post about an article with “stop f**king around” in the title. But there are some salient points raised here. First-Time Startup Entrepreneurs: Stop Fucking Around | TechCrunch. At first I read it and griped that it is focused on tech start-ups, coders, programmers, the next big […]

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