Author: David DeMille

  How are people finding and viewing you online? Today we’ll be going over how to use data to really rise to the challenge of marketing in 2013. My goal is to help you create an online presence that builds brand loyalty, achieve your business goals, and...

In a move long anticipated by Local SEO’s, Google has announced the integration of Google + into their local product offerings. Google Places is now known as Google + Local and includes impressive updates to rating and review systems, user experience, and of course heavy...

Updated 27 May 2015: Unfortunately, Google has removed the Wikipedia, photo, and video layers since the original blog post was written. Google has, however, kept the traffic layer, and also added an additional bicycle layer in order to see biking trails.  So you already know you...

On August 6, 1991 Tim Berners-Lee published a summary of the “World Wide Web project” to the alt.hypertext newsgroup, and the web as we know it was born. Now just to be clear, the Internet already existed, Tim Berners-Lee contribution was tying hypertext and internet...

Google has recently updated not only the look of Google Places, but what information is and is not being included on business listings. Avni Shah, Director of Product Management at Google recently commented on the update: "Some of the changes you’ll notice today have been made so...

  Google + was announced on June 28th as a way to “bring the nuance and richness of real-life sharing to software”. Since its release, it has gained notable attention for its Circles feature, which allows you to quickly choose which social circles you share your...

Learn more about XML sitemaps with this more recent article:  The What, Why, and How of XML Sitemaps? So what the heck is a sitemap? Simply put an XML sitemap is a document or file that lists the URLs of a website that is created using...