Dave’s World Internet Marketing

LinkedIn Social Widget Failure

 - Currently, if you place the LinkedIn Button Widget on your site it breaks the Internet Explorer Forward and Back functionality.  Shame on IE for not being able to handle iFrame within iFrame behavior and shame on LinkedIn for not thoroughly testing its widgets for cross browser issues.  The resolution is simply to make your own button... Read More

A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words

 - Pictures grab people's attention and can quickly define the ideas you are trying to present.  Often, an idea in words can be confusing while the same idea presented visually is simple to understand.  Do not forget to include pictures and images on your website. Read More

Websites Do Not Work If Nobody Comes To Them

 - This is just a simple reminder that if you do not have qualified traffic to your website, no matter how good the website is, it can not possibly do anything to enhance your business.  Have an  internet marketing plan for your site in mind when you are developing it.  Am I paying for Pay-Per-Click advertising for immediate leads?... Read More

You Keep Using That Word, I Do Not Think It Means What You Think It Means

 - This is a fun phrase and surprisingly true.  For example, you had better check your tools to make sure what you call something is what the bulk of your consumers call an item.  If they are looking for something and you have your page ranked for the same thing named completely differently than what they are looking for you will be... Read More

Simple Microblogging and How It Can Help You

 - What is microblogging? It is basically just a blog that has short entries.  You can read an extended description of microblogging at Wikipedia.  Here is the link to that: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microblogging What does this mean to you?  Even if you have little time to waste on updating your site you can always... Read More

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