Build a Better Relationship with your SEO Provider

After running a link agency for the past few years, I can safely say that some clients are easy to work with and some are nightmares. I can also say that the ones who are easy and fun to work with are the ones that truly bring out my passion for the work that we […]

Internet Trends for 2013

Did you know Vine’s user base doubled from March to April? And nearly 150 million photos were shared on Snapchat last month, up from 60 million in February? Or that U.S. citizens, even in the homeland of both those apps, share much less online than people in Saudi Arabia, India and Indonesia? These stats and […]

New Yorker Launches ‘Strongbox’ for Anonymous File Transmission

The New Yorker on Wednesday launched “Strongbox,” an online system for sources to send files and messages to the magazine’s journalists with “a reasonable amount of anonymity,” as Senior Editor Amy Davidson put it. A source can use Strongbox to send information anonymously in the following way: First, they access the Tor network, which anonymizes […]

How To Hide Your Personal Information On Facebook

In the age of the Internet, privacy is a luxury and you have to constantly be on your heels to maintain it. Facebook makes it particularly hard for users to guard their personal data. Despite many changes, Facebook privacy settings remain complicated. Moreover, past updates have unexpectedly made previously private information available to the public. […]

More than half of senior citizens now use the Internet

More than half of Americans who are 65 or older now use the Internet or email. That’s the first time data have shown more than 50 percent of seniors going online. This study, by the Pew Research Center, found that 53 percent of older Americans use the Internet or email. And just over a third […]

What to Do With Antisocial Media

Social media allows companies to get customer feedback more readily than ever. But there are both hazards and opportunities in working with socially empowered customers. No matter what you think of your company’s customer service, its product, or its image, you’re going to get feedback, not all of it positive, online. When this happens, keep […]

Protecting Your Passwords and Your Privacy on Facebook

For a lot of Facebook users out there the matter of Privacy and Security on their public pages is something that “others are supposed to deal with”. Well, no so fast… It is a personal responsibility to know the good, the bad and the ugly (especially the ugly) every time when you deal with public […]