A brilliant executive is the one who can spot a pattern with the fewest possible facts. — Fred Adler

SEO Guest Lecture at BIS in Pasadena, CA

I would like to thank BIS for inviting me to be a part of their lecture series.  We had a fantastic response with a great number of questions from our presentation and discussion on Online User Experience (UX) and Search Engine Optimization (SEO).  The bulk of the discussion focused around trends in the online marketing […]

SEO Guest Lecture at Building Industry Show in Pasadena, CA

If you are in the Southern California area and do not have anything to do this afternoon, Jeremy Oms will be teaming up with Sherryl Anderson from Night Owl Bay to present a quick session on the latest trends in Online Web Marketing at the Building Industry Show at the Pasadena Convention Center.  Focusing specifically […]

How Did I Get Here? Why Small Businesses Should Carefully Create Content for Their Websites

In the world wide web, finding what you’re looking for can be a bit like trying to find a needle in a haystack. For example, suppose you were looking for shoes to wear to a casual dinner party. After typing “casual dinner shoes” into your search engine, you’re presented with thousands of pages. You click […]

Hummingbird reminds us to focus on our visitor’s needs

Did you notice a change or shift in your search results starting in late August or early September?  Did your Google search engine rankings suddenly drop from where they were?  Did your search ranking get better?  Well, Google didn’t announce it right away, but they have been tinkering with their search engine algorithm and released […]

Exploring The Link Between SEO & Web Hosting

The debate surrounding whether or not your choice of web hosting has any impact on your website’s SEO performance has been raging for some time now and there are some convincing arguments on both sides. In my opinion, there is no definitive answer! It is true that SEO largely depends on other factors, but while […]

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