"I want a search engine that doesn't care who I am or what I like, and gives me the same search results as anyone else. What's so hard to understand about that? I want to know about the world, not have to fight my way out of some customization bubble."
What's your take on this?
Two recent experience today:
1) My wife emailed me some links to things she liked from pier1.com. Clicked links on my mobile device and they redirect to some mobile site where I can't even begin to find these products, if they even exist there.
2) Just clicked a shared link on my desktop to an official post from Google on their blogspot blog. The page looked odd and I realized that it was a mobile page that didn't realize I was on a desktop.
So I say again, does anyone out there do a good job with mobile?????
- MedNet TechnologiesManager, Web Visibility Services, present
- Prime Visibility
I use more than 14 years of experience in Internet marketing to help bring more patients to medical practices around the world. I manage a team at MedNet Technologies and together we currently market over 700 medical practices through SEO and manage nearly 1 million dollars a year in SEM ad spend.
Prior to working at MedNet, I was the Director of Operations at Prime Visibility, a search engine optimization and marketing company whose clients included News America Corporation (Fox News, the New York Post, STAR Magazine), Brother International Corporation and Tourneau Watch Company, among others. I have extensive experience with Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Search Engine Marketing (SEM), from both a ‘hands-on’ role and from a strategic perspective.