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Solving Canonical Problems with WWW

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One of the most common problems I see in websites is the same content being available at both the WWW and non-WWW versions of a domain. I’ve encountered this in nearly every website I’ve done an SEO audit for, and I see it every day when browsing the web. Despite it being so prevalent, it… Read more »

Citation Labs Tools Make Link Prospecting Fun

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Let’s be honest: there is a lot in the day-to-day job of an internet marketer that is downright tedious. But every once in a while you come across a tool that helps make those tiresome tasks enjoyable. Citation Labs new Outbound Link Scraper and Contact Finder are two such tools, that make the task of… Read more »

Tracking Target in Real Time & Other Fun Loggly Tips

Target Monkeys

It’s no secret that I’m not a fan of Target’s new site. We have had quite a bit of attention on that post about Target’s failure of a new site and people from all over the world have read it. There have been a few instances where someone comes to the defense of Target and… Read more »

Using QR Codes? You’re Probably Doing It Wrong

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You’re likely seeing a dramatic increase in the use of QR codes in marketing materials lately. Despite being around for quite some time, they’re really beginning to be recognized by marketers as a great way to integrate online and offline marketing efforts. And it makes sense; smartphone use continues to rise – Comscore reports that… Read more »

OMG Target. Really?

Target - Eff'd

I don’t even know where to start with this. Target launched a new site last week. I guess they’re pretty proud of it, but they’ve managed to completely fail in so many ways. The Backstory In 2001, Target elected to partner with Amazon in order to leverage Amazon’s e-commerce technology. This may have made sense… Read more »