Monthly Archives: February 2011

Seeking feedback: Crowdsourced research on Google Algorithm change and real estate

Update: Google’s algorithm has spread to all the proxies I have access to. So the research will change accordingly. A shortened version of what I discovered before the changes when examining four different markets in the US can be found in my Inman Column on the new algorithm. Free on March 1st, 2011 and paid […]

Three questions about your website — Google’s “Farmer” algorithm update, with real estate as an example

Will Google’s “Farmer” Algorithm update hurt the real estate agent and broker website rankings?

Thoughtfaucet Apprentice Lab: LinkedIn Profiles Webinar

Thoughtfaucet is lucky enough to have a couple of exceptionally ambitious apprentices from Champlain College here in Burlington, VT. They both know a lot of useful things, but I’m determined to teach them a few more useful things. When putting together some of the training materials I realized that maybe other people would like to […]

Social isn’t a strategy.

Can social media save small business?

Tech trends from Stefan Swanepoel

Stefan Swanepoel’s Tech Trends as a mind map.

Vermont Women’s Business Center: Making a website in a handful of hours.

One of my recent “Take Gahlord to Lunch” clients was the Vermont Women’s Business Center. They were in a tough situation with their website. Hackers had managed to destroy their existing website leaving them with no way to update their constituents about upcoming events. Redesign and development of a website without the benefit of planning […]