60-Seconds #322 : I got trapped by Google Adsense & false advertising

Do you remember when Google came out with Penguin, how they would penalize any site with 'false' links? Then all this talk about mobilegeddon, and how Google has become the internet police and the ministry of information -- all about 'honesty' on the web. Google's "honesty" took a big hit when I wanted to contact a Tupperware sales representative in my own town. But, the search results were the last thing I expected -- and certainly the last thing I wanted. April 28, 2015

False Advertising ???

True or False: Designers have disappeared from the web advertising world because they're no longer needed -- who needs a designer when you can blatantly use false advertising to entrap your audience to click. Good question? Have you fallen prey to this ploy? February 23, 2013

Will graphic designer's evolve design?

I didn't make it to "Design Indaba" but from reading the press, it was a fantastic gathering of graphic design illuminaries from all over the world. Herman Manson covers a great presentation by Dana Arnett, asking if graphic designer's evolve design? March 11, 2011

Media update: 1012-17

Fred Showker's 60-Second Window Media update: Trends in Global Media, Social Syncing, Cross Platform Marketing, Connectivity Addiction, PR. Virtual Property Rights and more December 17, 2010

Publishing & Media Update

We're following the trends in publishing both on paper and the web! This issue looks at * Newspapers? Dying? Social media? Rising? * Adobe may transform content management industry * Dismiss the rate hike? * Why metadata matters for the future of e-books * Apple as middle-man troubles magazine publishers * New York Times free help for publishers? ... and more August 16, 2010

Throw Your Press Release in the Trash

This was originally published as the Top Ten Reasons to Throw Your Press Release in the Trash, and I've refreshed it about three times since 1989. However recently a new generation of press writers have arrived and need these lessons again January 26, 2010