Every single week we receive calls on our business phone, my personal mobile phone and emails soliciting us for Google business listings. The sellers all claim to be ‘Google Partners’ with an almost magical ability to put everyone on the first page of Google local search engine results page (SERPs). I know they guarantee the […]
Google is a hydra-like monster of a company that believes it’s corporate responsibility is to protect the Golden Fleece just inside the gates of the Internet. Only true Googlers, and the pure of heart, can earn passage into its pantheon of the digital elite. If you spend any time on the web, social media or […]
As someone who has worked with several of Silicon Valley’s best-known companies during my time in the tech sector, I learned early on that browser developers, Cloud-based service providers, App developers and anyone building next generation web access platforms are at the mercy of those who hold the keys to our technology future.
Windows XP has been one of Microsoft’s most popular and longest-serving operating systems. Launched with great fanfare in late 2001, Windows XP at its peak was running on almost 800 million PCs worldwide. Windows XP was replaced by Windows Vista in 2007, Windows 7 in 2009 and Windows 8 in 2012. The key point is that Windows XP has been significantly surpassed by next-generation Windows operating systems three times since 2007, and that implies that most PC users are no longer using Windows XP.
What if I told you the average consumer today spends more time using their digital devices than they do watching television? The amazing fact is that 10 years ago most people would have said: “What’s a digital device?” And, 5 years ago, most people would have answered: “No way!”
Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms play a non-transparent game with your social media posts and tweets. It is based on a highly complex thesis that their algorithmic learning engines can determine what a Facebook or Twitter user will LIKELY find relevant and, therefore, what they will wish to read. We’ve known this behavioral […]
Here’s a fun game you can play that will prove a point I want to make. In fact, I’ve played this game in the Scottsdale neighborhood to which my wife and I moved this past summer, and I was amazed by the revelation. As you go for an early morning walk with the dog, take a dawn jog, or as you drive down the street on your way to work, here’s the simple task: count the number of neighborhood homes you pass with at least one newspaper laying in the driveway.