Posts Tagged with "Search Engine Management"

Out with Old, In with the New

Sunday, December 27, 2009

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It’s been said “Don’t look back, unless that’s where you’re headed.”  But I hope you’ll accept my apology as we take a look at the adventure that was 2009 one last time before we launch into an exciting new year. One year ago, my wife/business partner predicted that something big was going to happen this […]

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Web 2.0 and Your Business

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

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We received this question in an email this morning: Q: We recently got some inaccurate and unfair press coverage, and that coverage made it to the Web. Because of the way the Web and search engines work, when people Google our company, we come up, but the rest of the results page is full of […]

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How’s Your E-fitness Quotient?

Monday, December 31, 2007

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Originally published, December 2007 For many Americans, a brand new year signals a commitment to improving their fitness. Resolutions are made to eat better, work out more often and make lifestyle changes to reduce stress and increase longevity. TV, radio and print ads at this time of year mirror the huge spike in interest in […]

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2007 Year-end News Wrap-up

Saturday, December 15, 2007

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Trivera President Tom Snyder became a contributing writer for Crain’s Business Publications, writing articles on email marketing for the Ask an Expert section of their BtoB Online Web site and e-newsletter. Tom was also featured in the October Executive Living supplement to the Milwaukee Business Journal and Trivera was featured in an article about TriveraMail […]

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Navigating the Internet Minefield – A Final Thought

Tuesday, July 10, 2007

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For our past few Newsletters, we’ve been guiding you through the Internet Minefield and trying to keep you from mis-stepping. The underlying theme is that there is simply too much specialized knowledge, it’s too easy to get it wrong, and the stakes are too high for a small to medium size company to even consider […]

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