HTML5 History in the Making

Saturday, July 21st, 2012

What is HTML5? Answer(s): Hypertext Markup Language version 5. A way to render the user interface on those other connected screens. HTML5 is currently under development as the next major revision of the HTML standard.
This is a “geeky” kind of Infographic post but it’s always good to explore exactly what it is everyone is doing out there…especially when it changes the internet/mobile world. …Continue Reading

Marketing Through the Ages- Historic Marketing Timeline

Thursday, July 19th, 2012

mar·ket·ing/ˈmärkitiNG/noun: the action or business of promoting and selling products or services. What a concept! Marketing has been around for ages and has seen immense and historic transformations throughout centuries. Here is a pretty extensive  Infographic that explores the evolution of marketing…. …Continue Reading

Taking the Plunge with SEO

Tuesday, July 17th, 2012

SEO is still as mysterious as the deep blue sea. Just when you think you understand it, it changes…again. What can we do to best optimize our website efforts to reach readers, customers and develop our brands to the fullest potential. This infographic explains taking the plunge with SEO… …Continue Reading

How Young Do You Feel?

Tuesday, July 17th, 2012

Here’s a little look at attitudes on aging. Are you really as young as you feel? Let’s take a look

Do You Have Klout?

Tuesday, July 17th, 2012

Do you use Klout? Do you know what Klout is? Klout is a leading tool to measure your social media influence. Although this tool has mixed reviews as to how they determine influence, this infographic takes a look at what it is, how it is used and who is using it.. …Continue Reading

Local Motion: Top Ten Reasons to Think Local When Buying Online

Sunday, April 29th, 2012

LOCAL MOTION: TOP TEN REASONS TO THINK LOCAL WHEN BUYING ONLINE

Part I in the series BUY LOCAL

Brenda Ellison-MyInfoSnap.com

Buy Local Concept goes from Grassroots Efforts to Mainstream Economy

What has put “Local Motion” in our economy recently? Buy Local. A few years back when our economy was taking a real downward spiral the Buy Local concept started an upward trend as small businesses fought to resist the impact that big brands were having on their survival. These grassroots efforts turned into something much more powerful as consumers felt that impact of losing blocks of commerce and employment in their own towns and cities. The very basis of their existence was being threatened at an alarming rate. …Continue Reading

Starting a Website | How to Start a Website

Sunday, April 1st, 2012

STARTING A WEBSITE | HOW TO START A WEBSITE

Your First Website | What I Wish I Knew When I Started

It’s your first website?  Pull up a chair……I am a firm believer in finding the right information about starting a website.  I should know…it took me over a year to finally get the right information about how to start a website.  Hindsight is twenty/twenty….Foresight is Priceless…. …Continue Reading

Enterprising Women-Growing Trend in Technology

Wednesday, February 1st, 2012

Women in Technology-A Fast Growing Trend

As the internet continues to grow to mammoth proportions, a fast growing trend is emerging-women in technology. More and more women are not only joining this ever growing population but they are starting businesses and becoming a true presence on the web. With the solid growth of small business in our communities, more and more women are using the flexibility and resources the web has to offer and combining it with enterprising talents.

 

Utilizing the abundant resources of the cloud with social media and networking gives women the ability to gain a solid place in what used to be a predominantly male world. Don Campbell, President of Expand2Web gives us some insights into this ever growing trend…..http://blog.ringcentral.com/2012/01/technology-and-female-owned-businesses.html

Here is an infographic by Bolt Insurance Agency www.boltinsurance.com

Women-America's New Job Creators

Florida Gulf Coast Website Pricing Guidelines
What Should I Pay for a Small Business Website?

Sunday, January 22nd, 2012

by Yvonne Herbst, Herbst Marketing

Grow Your Local Business with Internet Marketing

What Does a Small Business Website Really Cost?

If you are a Florida Gulf Coast small business owner in need of a new or updated website, one of the first questions on your mind is probably:

How much will it cost me to get a new website?
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Three Mobile Marketing Solutions For Florida Gulf Coast Business Owners

Saturday, January 21st, 2012

Author: Yvonne Herbst, Herbst Marketing

Mobile marketing is a catch phrase that you hear a lot these days.

Mobile Marketing Solutions

20% of mobile phone users -- 50 million people -- own smart phones

If you own a business serving the Florida Gulf Coast, you may be wondering how, exactly, mobile marketing can help you grow your business and reach and connect with your best prospects and customers.
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