This is pretty cool -- my last blog post about "5 Easy Ways to Tell if You're Hiring the WRONG Search Engine Marketer" was mentioned in the New York Times Small Business Blog's weekly roundup. Not a bad way to start a Monday :)
You're right, it is missing stuff, but I'm just so darn happy that someone has made posting on/using a social site thru a mobile device actually enjoyable instead of a chore. < perfect but still a big win
Too many SEO vendors give their clients the "Meg Ryan Sales Pitch." They give you a whole lot of theatrics, but when you order "what she's having," you find it wasn't all it was cracked up to be. In my opinion, you don't need to fake it with SEO. The real thing is actually pretty easy to attain.
I was at a networking event yesterday and ended up chatting with a guy who introduced himself as a search engine marketing expert. Within about 90 seconds, he proved to me that he, in fact, knew fairly little about what's important in SEM while managing to proudly fly four of my top five red flags for dealing with those types of firms. Why does it have to be this way?
Turbos winterized my RV in October. When we went camping this weekend I was having issues getting it "un-winterized" and getting the water to flow properly. Eric in their office spent about 45 minutes with me on the phone (at the end of the business day) troubleshooting the issue and he was crazy helpful. Absolutely A+ service.