Posts Tagged ‘Google’
Here’s How to Get More From Article Marketing…
Posted by krosenblatt in Article Marketing
Monday, 26 July 2010 12:15
When we did a post on the benefits of niche social media sites, we talked about how industry-specific sites can actually be more useful than World Wide Web monsters like Digg or del.icio.us, because the audience is more select and made up of your target customers. Affiliate marketing article directory AffSphere is beneficial in a similar way. It’s article marketing directed at affiliate marketers for the purpose of boosting affiliate marketing business. You get the basic returns of article marketing – exposure, backlinks, traffic – plus the industry advantages, like including your affiliate links in the article, getting credits for advertising with each submission, and connecting with AdSense accounts.
Can QR Codes Help Your Business?
Posted by krosenblatt in Web 2.0 Marketing
Wednesday, 30 June 2010 09:19
A Quick Response (QR) code is like a link for the off-line world. You can create it for free, post it anywhere, and connect it to anything. The code is an image that is scanned by a smartphone scanner – like the QuickMark and Optiscan for iPhone or Barcode Scanner for the Android –and automatically takes to the viewer/scanner to the coded data. It can be a URL, text, SMS or even a phone number.
Apple vs. Google? What Affiliate Marketers Need to Know
Posted by krosenblatt in Affiliate Marketing
Thursday, 17 June 2010 12:30
The more connected mobile devices get, the more challenging using them seems to be. The problem with downsizing a computer to the size of a phone is that there’s not always enough room for everyone. At least that’s how Apple feels.
Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple, has, in the past, promised to allow Apple’s competitors space for applications and advertising on the iPhone and iPad. Only now it appears he’s changing the rules.
Google Gets Caffeinated
Posted by krosenblatt in Affiliate Marketing, SEO, Traffic
Tuesday, 15 June 2010 11:30
Something strong has been brewing in Mountain View California, at the HQ Google programmers call home. In response to the recent explosive growth in online information and instant connection and communication, Google has revised its index, and named the new search indexing system Caffeine.