Updated April 2015
If you’re not outsourcing, you should be. There is no way you can be doing EVERYTHING and still be efficient, let alone make any money. Outsourcing especially makes sense for tech related items, prospecting, and any number of menial tasks such as data collection. Here are some great items to [...]
Increasing your following on Twitter and engaging that following are not exactly easy tasks. One quick tip to engage all new followers is to personally respond to their following you with a direct message. The direct message should thank them for following you but should also give them some kind of call to [...]
Earlier this year Facebook cut support for the static FBML in Fan Pages in favor of iFrames. Now it’s easier than ever to create a custom fan page, and it can be done almost entirely within WordPress. All you need to do is download this plugin: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/facebook-tab-manager/ and check out this in-depth tutorial [...]
Video websites can do more than generate website traffic, exposure, and leads. They can also be beneficial to your search engine optimization efforts. Here’s a list of three video websites that actually help your SEO.
Dailymotion.com – Allows dofollow links in video description
Viddler.com – Allows dofollow links in video description
YouTube.com – Allows nofollow links [...]
Own an iPad? Frustrated with the default Safari web browser? Even if you’re not currently annoyed with the Safari browser, here are some reasons why you should be:
Can’t play flash-based videos
Not easy to share things on Facebook and Twitter
No multi-touch gesture support
Can’t search for specific keywords within a web page
3 other browser choices
Mercury: our [...]
Have you ever come across a website with NO search capability? Or maybe you’re looking for something very specific on the website that is not readily available in the website navigation. Both situations can be easily solved utilizing Google’s “site:” search operator.
What’s a “search operator?” A portion of a search query that modifies [...]
Google Analytics is one of the most used analytics platforms amongst websites for one simple reason, it’s free. Free is certainly a very tempting proposition, but the old cliche still rings true, nothing is free. In the case of Google Analytics you’re giving them a lot of information for a very small cost [...]
Finding competitors and websites similar to one another is not exactly easy… unless you are using Google’s very handy “related:” search operator.
What’s a “search operator?” A portion of a search query that modifies your search in some way. Google’s “related:” search operator will find websites and webpages similar to one another. So if you’re [...]
We’re starting a new series here at Red Tiger Training entitled Tech Tip Tuesday – a concise weekly tip on getting the best use out of the technology you already use. Here’s the inaugural tip:
Sign up with Help-a-reporter-out (HARO)
Why sign up? Free PR.
With HARO you have the opportunity to extend your brand’s [...]