Search Surprises: Unexpected Holiday Bumps by Sarah Mahoney @mahoney_sarah, April 3, 2018 It easy to figure out that in the days leading up to Valentine’s Day, people are much more likely to be searching for romantic restaurants. What is surprising, according to a new research report from Synup, is that the strongest interest in restaurants, … Continue reading Search Surprises: Unexpected Holiday Bumps
John W Hayes — January 31, 2017 Follow @john_w_hayes— January 31, 2017 Few people have tapped into the online zeitgeist more than Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos. Bezos is man who took a risk in the early days of the Internet and turned a trickle of book sales into a fast-flowing river that dominates … Continue reading Lessons from Jeff Bezos: Invest in Positive Surprises
Al Gomez — December 30, 2016 — December 30, 2016 A new year means new beginnings. But can the same be said for SEO in 2017? As with everything else, change IS nature. Invariably, plenty of things will change – but certain stuff (e.g. attention to quality, need for links, etc.) will remain the same. … Continue reading 2017 SEO Surprises and Expectations
Paul MorrisSeptember 30, 2015 Brace yourselves because this may come as a shock to some of you. Are you sitting down? Good. When you own and operate a business all by your lonesome, you don’t actually get to keep all of the money you earn. Shocker, right? People who are already in business for themselves … Continue reading Bills, Taxes, and Surprises. Oh My!
Startup communities are booming around the world. But small differences can make for difficult conversations. By Sarah Kessler When Mike Judge described his fictional creation, the HBO show Silicon Valley, with its send-up of startup gurus, coding nerds, and Kid Rock-hosted launch parties, it sounded more like a documentary. “In a way, you just televise … Continue reading Lost in Translation: What Surprises International Startups About Silicon Valley