Useful tool: Seevolution

Google Analytics is great. It's fantastic in fact; it offers almost all of the metrics, data, and charts that your statistical heart could desire. It can be rather bland to look at sometimes though. Pouring through pages of information can become tedious after months...

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How Search Engines Find and Sort Information

Search engines find and sort info through three main ways: 1. Crawling: Spiders are automated systems that search engines use to "crawl" the web, checking each link they come across and finding new sites for the search engine to list. 2. Indexing: After the spider has...

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What is a page title?

What is a Page Title? Look at the top of this page, you will see "Old Town Media, Inc Blog.." as our page title for this page. Why is the page title important? Page titles influence search engine rankings. The page title is often used as the heading for your site...

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Facebook for Your Business

With the explosion of social networking these days, Facebook provides a wonderful opportunity to expand business. It’s easy to use on many levels, and gives you a great chance to connect with business partners and potential clients or customers. Begin by making a page...

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Facebook Fan Pages

We've noticed a large amount of Facebook accounts setup for businesses as "personal profiles" and not "Fan Pages", so we thought we'd take a moment out to talk about the differences.  When you create a Facebook account for yourself, that is a personal profile.  Sure...

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Googles new product, Browser Size

Ever wonder how many viewers can see your full site without scrolling?  Well Google has released a new product called Browser Size from its Google Labs department.  This application overlays a map of different screen resolutions onto your site showing your the...

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Should you build an iPhone site?

With Apple’s iPhone rapid acceleration as the phone of choice for new consumers and business professionals, its clear there’s a market for these users.  In a report dated April 2009 by Admob, iPhones are now generating 43% of all mobile web page requests, compared to...

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