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An interactive tool that can help you answer the question "what job should I choose." It can be very useful to those seeking out a career path.
David Wallace, co-founder and CEO of SearchRank, is a recognized expert in the industry of search engine and social media marketing. Since 1997, David has been involved in developing successful marketing campaigns for large and small businesses.
David is currently the one of the main contributors behind the Searchrank Blog. He is also a widely published author of many articles in online publications such as Search Engine Journal, Search Engine Watch, WebPro News, and Search Engine Guide to name a few.
David also serves as a frequent speaker at the PubCon, Search Engine Strategies and Search Marketing Expo conferences.
An interactive tool that can help you answer the question "what job should I choose." It can be very useful to those seeking out a career path.Feb 11, 2015 29 Shares
With the current state of the economy, small businesses everywhere are having much more confidence then they have in recent years. The team at Wasp Barcode Technologies was curious as to how SMB leaders plan to grow their business in 2015 and where they are planning to spend their earnings. This resulted in an extensive survey of over 1,000 small business owners and executives on their views of the state of small business in 2015.Feb 1, 2015 320 Shares
Memorizing a speech can be an almost impossible task for many, especially if the speech is a long one. One example of this is that it’s extremely difficult to memorize verbatim text. And let's face the facts: not all of us have those fancy teleprompters like President Obama has. The real question then is do we have other options? How can one go about memorizing a speech, no matter it's topic and length?Sep 25, 2014 2k Shares
The folks at OptiLocal have put together this visual guide to local businesses learn how to rule the local search results. It covers topics such as, "Why should I optimize for local," "Google+ local page optimization," "do's and don'ts regarding citations," "getting the right kind of reviews," and "on-site optimization for local" to name a few.Aug 25, 2014 404 Shares
Traditional spreadsheets and ledgers are becoming a thing of the past as they are being replaced with revolutionary technology that simplifies asset tracking. The following infographic provides valuable information on what fixed asset tracking is, why it's important and how it can help a business.Jun 25, 2014 235 Shares
The folks over at Asset Panda have put together a nifty little infographic that defines five asset tracking hacks.May 6, 2014 213 Shares
It almost doesn't matter what type of industry you are in today - sales leads typically derive from two very important but vastly different sources. I'm referring to offline leads (non-Internet) and online leads (Internet). While both of these types of leads are vital to the success of business, many companies are managing these leads in a “one size fits all” manner. And that is not always the best practice.Jan 8, 2014 313 Shares
There are a number of factors that can impact the speed of your web site. And while many webmasters are concerned with site speed as a search ranking factor, don't forget about real live people who may be turned off and turned away by a lagging web site.Oct 2, 2013 283 Shares
With over 350 Powerpoint presentations given each second across the globe, how does one go about making theirs stand out from all the others? This infographic by Slideshop provides some valuable advice and tips on how to make your presentation or message stand out.Jun 17, 2013 3.6k Shares
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