About a year ago I discovered strange activity in my EVERNOTE® (premium) log — despite changing my upload email address, I felt it was likely still at risk. I removed everything from my account, ended and never paid premium again. I also do not save sensitive info on EVERNOTE® — like facebook, I expect it to be exposed.
Two things about SEO –
1. It’s in the details.
2. It’s not being lazy and taking the time to add (and remember) the finishing details.
1. When you blog about something and you can embed your example, vs. screenshot (i.e. a tweet or instagram photo) use the embed function.
2. When you are hosting an event and use eventbrite.com, remember to change your url from the default assigned event number to something that contains your brand name and perhaps the name of your sponsor.
That’s my two things for this week, with two examples in two minutes.
Forever a student ~
Today I got a message from a friend I haven’t seen in nearly 15 years. My Senior Prom date actually. We worked together at Target back in the day… he was quarterback of our rival school… we were dates to each others prom–and that was back in 1999.
Fast forward to today when I receive a message from him that went something like
“Hey, did you move back to Ohio? I think I saw you riding your bike by my apt in Mentor a few days ago? You look like you were going to rob a bank. You had black pants and shirt on. I haven’t seen you in years!”
I was incognito and still recognizable — that can’t be terrible. Anyway we exchanged a few messages to catch up when he mentioned to me “You always seemed like the type that will succeed.” Continue reading
“It doesn’t matter how good your business idea is; 99% of success is execution, 99% of execution is good marketing, and 99% of marketing is empathy. You have to know your audience.”
Will Dean, founder of Tough Mudder
And It takes time to know your audience.