Last week, the Cospace brand evolved to focus on serving entrepreneurs and professionals throughout the world as our web service continues to aggregate and promote work spaces; providing economic and real estate intelligence. In July 2012, we launched http://cospace.co to index and promote every work environment; connecting skilled professionals with the right place to work.
Not long ago, I had the distinct pleasure of joining an incredible group of Austin entrepreneurs through AUSOME (Austin Online Marketing for Entrepreneurs) for a discussion of the Art of Startup Marketing. Thanks to David Vogelpohl, founder of Marketing Clique and Tapfire Mobile, I finally took a few minutes to put pen to powerpoint to
In honor of the forthcoming end of the world, I wanted to spend a few minutes to share with you some perspective on the state of SEO. Yes, I know, SEO’Brien actually still spends time on search engine optimization. Truth be told, my old library analogy still stands the test of time as one of
As an SEO, my years and marketing have long been spent trying to convince other marketing professionals, product managers, and executives in a company that the work we do in SEO can not be done in a silo. The success of search engine optimization is DEPENDENT on all other levels of the organization from the
Few marketers, and even fewer entrepreneurs and business owners, realize the significance of WordPress. With the hype and popularity of Tumblr (to be sure, it’s growing like a weed), this CMS (Content Management System) is easily discarded as a tool used by blogs and bloggers. Any idea how many blogs are in the world? I
Monday night I have the pleasure of sharing some air time with Shawna Seigel for a discussion of blogging and eCommerce. Host of the WebmasterRadio.FM program eCom Experts, Shawna Seigel, is one of the leading Yahoo Store experts and founder of 1 Choice 4 Your Store. Blog about your passion for your business The single
Ever wonder why Google isn’t very helpful in finding something to do? While search engines are pretty good at finding information, they are terrible user experiences for those hoping to conveniently consume and digest that information (sorry for the food analogy). The solution lies in the sentiment of the audience. Mood based discovery engine Moodfish