August 23, 2017

All the webmaster SEO tools on SEMRush

by Chris Abraham

I just got my hands on a Guru subscription to SEMRush so I haven’t had a lot of time to figure it out. SEMRush delivers Google Analytics, Google Webmasters, Buffer, HootSuite, Moz, and SpyFu in one powerful and useful SEO and SEM dashboard.

Category: Amusing, SEO
January 21, 2014

Free ebook: 58 annoying communications that must end

by David Spark

Every year we write a post listing our least favorite communication annoyances. Download the free ebook and here is what we’ve learned from writing these articles, and how people have responded to them. Continue reading

Category: Amusing, David Spark, Online reputation
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August 28, 2013

Worst business advice given to women founders

by David Spark

At the Women 2.0 Founder Friday event at Google, I asked attendees about the worst business advice they’ve ever received. Here are their answers. Continue reading

September 28, 2012

What we’re really doing during a conference call

by David Spark

Here is some of my coverage of the 2012 TechCrunch Disrupt conference in San Francisco where I was reporting for Dice and Dice News. Ugh! Not another conference call. Many of us are not so attentive when it comes to our participation or even listening on a conference call. At the 2012 TechCrunch Disrupt conference in San Francisco, I wanted … Continue reading

September 25, 2012

Embarrassing moments in social media

by David Spark

Whether posting something public what you meant to DM (hello Anthony Weiner) or letting drunken photos of you get posted to Facebook, we’ve all done stupid things in social media. Check out our 2-minute roundup of some embarrassing tales. Continue reading

June 12, 2012

Don’t roll your eyes at social media influencers

by Chris Abraham

Insincerity doesn’t work in PR, sales, marketing & online media. Social media online influencers may not know the lingua franca of a trained communications professional, but they sure can spot the eye roll of condescension and contempt from a mile away. Socialmedia.biz’s Chris Abraham explains. Continue reading