Author Archives: George Scott
If you missed Google’s presentation for the Healthcare Industry, you can catch the replay right here. Learn how to connect with today’s patient digitally, findings from Google’s latest study on online patient behavior, and more.
If you missed the live event yesterday, here’s the video from Google’s presentation. The entire thing (including countdown timer and testimonial slides at the end) can be found on Youtube but, the version above is set to start at the beginning of speaker portion…the meat of the presentation. Did you know that 3 out of 4 […]
We’re hosting a livestream Google event on February 11th, and you’re invited to join us. It’s a great FREE opportunity to learn from Google experts about how to grow your business. Space is limited, so please click this link to RSVP as soon as possible. We’d love for you to come learn with us.
Have you ever gone to Yelp before visiting a restaurant in your area? Read a review on TripAdvisor before making vacation plans? How about checked out a mechanic on Google to read their reviews? Read Amazon’s customer reviews before buying a product? Unless you care absolutely nothing for quality and like to gamble with your […]
Whether you have a standalone mobile website or a responsive website, sooner or later the time is going to come where you start to look into mobile apps. A mobile app – also called a native app – is different from your mobile site in many different ways. While mobile sites do allow your customers […]
If you think that your website and social media marketing campaigns can do without video, think again. Did you know that one video is equivalent to about 1.8 million words of content in the eyes of the viewer? Or that 46% of all internet users watch at least one video per month (with the average […]
A few years ago, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) could be neatly defined by just about anyone in the industry. The optimization process could be broken up into “on page SEO” and “off page SEO,” with most of the industry focusing on “on page” while passing the “off page” stuff to the web designers. How SEO […]
Private browsing is the easiest and most effective way to keep your browsing history confidential. See our tutorials on how to browse privately on the most popular browsers.
Incognito browsing (or private browsing) is a browsing session in which the browsing history, cookies, and other temporary files acquired during the session are deleted after the session is ended. Here are some ways in which you can manage your web history on Safari.