I sincerely wish I had more time to write about this little phenomenon about backroom strategies used by the biggest companies in the country to spoil each others’ efforts unfairly. However, I’ve become SOOO busy with requests to look at websites to increase their rankings on Google (yes, can I repeat Google?) and other search engines because there’s never been a bigger need for SEO in history, it seems. Continue reading “Facebook getting it's dogs out to sick Google” »
While explaining the pro’s and con’s of SEO’ing a website, a high school friend of mine was asking me about the “true” power of Facebook. She’s been inundated with other past clients and other associates who continue to hound her to build Facebook pages and obtain thousands of likes (if possible). While I do believe Facebook is truly the 1000 pound gorilla on the Internet right now (and may continue to be), there are some things to consider, ESPECIALLY if you’re a small business. Let me restate: the Facebook bandwagon is very attractive, but before you drink it’s Fool Aid…eh hem, I mean Cool Aid, make sure you do things right in all of your other parts of business first (or simultaneously, if possible).
My reasons why you shouldn’t RUSH to get FB likes (after getting 25 of course ):
- Facebook JUST recently jumped to the top (in 2010); can’t trust if they’ll be there in future years Continue reading “Facebook is (potentially) the new SEO, but…” »