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Increasing Facebook Page Engagement With Just A Few Steps

Posted on December 5, 2016

Think about this as a Facebook user, you have a lot of friends posting things simultaneously yet you only see a portion of them on your timeline. Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: “Did you see the video that I posted?” Facebook uses a complex algorithm to determine what does and does not […]


Grow Your Blog Audience With These Simple Steps

Posted on November 1, 2016

While writing articles for a blog is as easy as putting your thoughts into written form and then publishing them online, getting readers on the other hand can prove to be quite a challenge. When you start a blog, it is important to think on the type of traffic that you will be aiming for. Blogs […]


Sprucing Up Your Search Results with Schema and Rich Snippets!

Posted on August 18, 2016

Rich Snippets provide a small sample of a site’s content on Search Engine Result Pages (SERPs) for search engines such as Google, Yahoo and Bing. They enhance your search listing, making it more enticing for users to click on and easier for search engines to extract information. – Julien Simon, 6S Marketing Often times when […]


Connection between human and the virtual world

How Google and Facebook Utilize Artificial Intelligence

Posted on August 8, 2016

Artificial Intelligence: The theory and development of computer systems able to perform tasks that normally require human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, decision-making, and translation between languages. – Google’s Knowledge Graph answering my question The age of Artificial Intelligence is upon us. Run. Run for the hills! Toss away your mobile devices, unplug […]


Keeping The Customer in Mind

Posted on July 15, 2015

“The customer is always right.” Is this a correct assumption, or is it just an overused cliche? When we brainstorm for new products or work at solutions for old problems, do we always consider the end-user? What about the customer in our planning meetings? Chances are the answer is no, we leave the customer out of things […]


Privacy on Social Media is an Illusion

Posted on July 2, 2015

Social media can be very misleading in the way it presents itself. We are led to believe that we are in private rooms, populated by friends, but in reality we are not. We make jokes, speak candidly on the news of the day, and share segments of our public and private life, thinking that it […]


SEO Consultation

How To Order SEO & Marketing

Posted on June 18, 2015

So you’ve launched your website and it’s been sitting quiet for some time. You try marketing and you get a spike in traffic but there isn’t a significant bump in subscribers, customers, and/or visitors. A colleague tells you that you need Search Engine Optimization (SEO) in order to make your website work for you, but you haven’t […]


The Social Media Party and Outcast

Not Invited To The Social Media Party?

Posted on June 3, 2015

Some Advice On How To Get Social Working The art of business finding a place in social media has changed. No longer can companies push marketing unto a crowded platform and receive positive benefits from it. People have become accustomed to advertisements, and most will tell you that they find them invasive. “Push marketing” is out when […]


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