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Claves de Instagram como herramienta para tu negocio online

Claves de Instagram como herramienta para tu negocio online

La posibilidad de utilizar Instagram como herramienta para tu negocio online es una realidad que está ganando cada vez más importancia. Esta app social se ha convertido con más de 3 mil millones de usuarios en la segunda red social más grande del mundo desplazando a Twitter. Además, cuenta con 300 millones de usuarios activos. […]

Five Figure Domain Sale in Q1 2014

Five Figure Domain Sale in Q1 2014

Typically, I don’t report any of my domain name sales, but having seen recent articles of fellow domainers has led me to do just that. With that being said, last year in Q1, I sold the domain name innovations.org to an end-user for $12,500. I approached the end-user with a simple email stating that the […]

Google Kills Off Authorship Markup

Google Kills Off Authorship Markup

I don’t want to say “I told you so!” because I pretty much kept it to myself, but “I told you so!” As of the last 48 hours, it has become official that Google has killed off their Authorship markup which allowed search results to be tied to their respective authors. This required the author […]

Recent Study Shows Organic Search Drives 51% Of Traffic While Social Just 5%!

Recent Study Shows Organic Search Drives 51% Of Traffic While Social Just 5%!

According to a recent study which analyzed “billions of pieces” of content, organic search accounts for 40% of all online revenues and 51% of all traffic to B2B and B2C websites. All non-organic search channels combined — paid search, social, display, email and referred — don’t stack up to the impact that organic search alone commands […]

Shark Tank Simulation at Tampa WaVE

Shark Tank Simulation at Tampa WaVE

Yesterday was an interesting day at the office. At around 6PM I was invited to join a Shark Tank simulation which was open to all WaVE members and any guests who reserved on Eventbrite. Although I still had some work to get done, I decided to check it out – and I’m glad I did. […]