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An Impressive First 20 Years of the Internet

Internet History

A couple weeks ago, we were seeing everyone jumping on the 20 year birthday of the public internet. That got us thinking about what’s really happened over the past 20 years and how the internet evolved into what we see today. It really is impressive to think that a Cold War relic like DARPA that… Read more »

The “We Suck at Running Contests, Contest”

BlueGlass TPA

Over the past few weeks, we’ve been running a contest, asking our readers to give our centaur an identity and the only feedback we had was that he scares the crap out of people. So now we still have this BlueGlass TPA ticket to give away and either nobody wanted it or we suck at… Read more »

Knowem: One Tool to Rule Them All

Knowem logo

One of my favorite tools of all time is one I often find marketers have never heard of. A colleague told me just last week they hadn’t heard of it. Seriously? I can’t figure out how they managed to miss it. This single tool can help you get the ball rolling for all of your… Read more »

2 Free Tools for Your Budget SEO Suite

Screenshot from Xenu's Link Sleuth

There are lots of great SEO tools for enterprises and agencies – if you’ve got the money to pay for them. The reality is, most companies have a software budget they have to stay within, and we don’t get all the fun tools we wish we could. I’m in this position now with my current… Read more »

Implementing Schema.org Microdata

Schema.org

Last week, Google, Bing and Yahoo announced collaboration on a single standard for structured markup. Yes, I’m talking about Schema.org and utilizing Microdata for “Rich Snippets.” Since then, many sites have posted about why Schema.org might be good, bad or otherwise for site owners; some balanced, some not. Personally, I think structured markup and machine-readable… Read more »