Hopefully your Christmas turned out better than Rabbit’s.
Archives for 2012
Mashable wrote a great article on October 1 about what Facebook should really be for marketers. In the article, there was a major clarification that had to be made about Facebook Pages for Marketers. For a long time, it has always been about the popularity issue: how many fans do you have. But in their article, they showed that it is actually more important to use the reach and frequency of content from your page than necessarily the number of Likes you have.
But what should the most important part of social media be for the Church?
So you’ve got an awesome website, but Google hasn’t figured out how awesome it is yet, and as a result you’re not turning up on the first page of results where you would like to be! Perhaps your church is being trumped by other local churches, so no-one new is coming along because they haven’t looked on page 2 or 3? It’s the question that everyone with a website asks – ‘how can I get up onto page 1 of Google?’ . [Read more…] about 3 Firefox Plugins to Help You on Your SEO Journey
Nearly every week, we look for hilarious things on the Internet and try to bring you a little bit of humor to set you up right for the weekend. This week shows how sweats can be funny and a bit awkward as we have celebrated the Christmas season. I present, Christmas Sweatz.
Bryan Allain, founder of Killer Tribes, had a brief and initially uneventful interaction with Chris Brogan, a big online business man on Twitter. After a friend praised Bryan for his work, the simple conversation sent Chris to Bryan’s website and sent a wave of emotions and actions to make Chris’s experience the best he could have.
Bryan has summed this up as the “Chris Brogan effect” into two parts for how we should look at our website with fresh eyes:
- Are there any messes I need to clean?
- What do I want to highlight?
Enjoy the video. It may change how you view your own website.
The 2012 year shown a radical increase in mobile devices from the traditional desktop and laptop devices and therefore a whole new market for the taking. Of course there are the normal characters like Apple, Android, and Windows, but who is using them and what are they using it for? Do they want to search the Internet or are they only using it to text and call others?
Here are a couple of great points on the infographic below: