8 articles for web publishers

Those web publishers sure like their numbers, don't they? So here's 8 articles web publishers should get their heads around * 5 Resolutions To Grow And Maintain Email Lists * 5 Tips for Optimizing Your Social Media Content * 5 Ways to Effectively Manage Your Online Reputation * 6 skills of a great Web analyst * 8 ways to get more people to read your content * Facebook Apps' Access to Contact InfoConcerns Security Experts * Creating Online Video Content that is Worth Watching * Why you should run your website like a magazine... and more February 18, 2011

Evolution of Search and its Engines

The first week of February saw a spate of claims and counter-claims traded between Google and Microsoft. At a Bing-sponsored event, Google accused Microsoft of cheating and copying its search results. Greenlight's Adam Bunn, director of SEO, takes a look February 10, 2011

2011 Search Predictions

This may be the big year of change for searching, search advertising, paid links, and even getting YOUR content found in the major search engines. They're tightening the throttles to search LESS content in favor of more 'vaulable' content -- in other words, content searches they can SELL. Here is Greenlight's Top 10 Search Predictions for 2011 January 10, 2011

Social Media tracks

This media track covers some interesting news, both new and from several months ago that all graphic designers and online designers should be aware of -- including:
• 13 essential social media lessons • Measuring Social Media • Social media rules of engagement • What social media will look like in 2012 • Senator: Questions Facebook on Privacy • Eight steps for creating your social media policy July 9, 2010

Google Apps: The Missing Manual

Sooner or later, you'll want to learn Google Apps, which includes a word processor, spreadsheet, and other office productivity programs, now poses serious competition to Microsoft Office's dominant position on business desktop applications June 1, 2009

GOOGLE Gotcha

All those who wanted to monetize their web sites had a big boost a couple of years ago when Google rolled out their AdSense program. I jumped on board, just like I jumped on the new upstart named "Amazon" when they first appeared on the scene. Amazon has cut its affiliates commissions back to near-oblivion, in the interest of their profits -- why did we think Google wouldn't do the same? November 4, 2007

Google: Washington to London

Here's a brief look at my humorous discovery that Google Maps does indeed render the shortest distance... even if a bit impractical! May 13, 2007

Giving up on Google Ad Sense

In my own search for answers about Google's AdSense sharp decline, I ran across this Sramana Mitra, a bright, young author associated with MIT and internet marketing strategies. She has graciously provided this article for all our benefit. April 18, 2007