Monthly Archives: April 2013

Clarify what your doing for search. SEO Playbook webinar May 1st, 2013

This year I am doing a quarterly SEO Playbook webinar. I’m doing it quarterly because there are different times of year that different search-related activities tend to make sense. You could, of course, do all of them at once or something. But those who do best at search are constantly working on it, a little […]

Three views of a secret: Moment marketing

Content, how it is made and how it is delivered, is changing. I suspect that we are, right now, just past the peak of  “content marketing” or “inbound marketing.” While it’s true that the making of content by marketers and humans is unlikely to abate, the way we find it will change. It has to […]

People first, technology second.

Lauren Glenn Davitian taught me about facilitation and developing a helpful manner around technology. She recently received a lifetime achievement award from the Nonprofit Technology Enterprise Network. If you’ve ever enjoyed the way I talk about technology or work with people on technology it’s really because of things I learned from Lauren Glenn. Shortly after […]

Coffee & Cars

  The other day my friend Matt Bushlow asked what he should do on his staycation. I suggested he come over to the Thoughtfaucet studio and learn how to do stop motion animation. He did. This is the result: