60-Seconds #318 : What will happen to your digital estate when you're gone?

Sooner or later you're going to end up in that period of life when your peer group's parents are passing away, and you're dealing with wills, living wills, trusts, closing estates and so forth. When my Mom passed away we had no keys, no passwords and no way to close her online life other than certified letters and Fed-ex overnight packs. Four years later, there are still some unresolved. Have you considered your personal, digital exit plan? If you don't have a digital will, you'd better read this article and get one before it's too late. December 29, 2014

MyBloc Delivers First And Only 3D App For Social Networking

For online marketers and social networking gurus, MyBloc is the very first app that allows users to view all of your social networks in a single three-dimensional cube. January 24, 2014

How is your online reputation?

New Nielsen statistics find that online reviews are widely trusted by consumers~~and that level of consumer trust is always increasing. In light of this, businesses need the services of companies that will help you manage your reputation now more than ever. As online reviews gain prominence, reputation management becomes essential. April 23, 2012

Instant America

Can you wait a minute? Can you wait a second? According to this infographic, America's obsession with having instant access to information online, from video to all other types of digital media, says you can't wait... March 30, 2012

Web Update 12/15/2010

Fred Showker's Web Update for December 15, 2010 ... news, views, reviews, and observations about the internet, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIN, social networking, SEO, search engines, and all things connected. December 15, 2010

Web Update 12/06/2010

Tracking down illusive trends on the web can be a full-time task. Once in a while though, I run across interesting content articles that I think you would like to see. Views for the end of November December 6, 2010

Web UPdate 1010-28

Here we go again, more and more subtle movers and shakers in the web field: * Online Privacy: Why Marketers and Consumers Need Common Ground * Hot or Not: E-mail * Marketing vs. Social-Media Marketing * What Online Content Will People Pay For? * Search and Social: Are You Missing Out? * New Trends in Online Ad Formats * Has Social Media Really Killed PR Agencies? * It's a Good Thing We Can Ban People -- and more! October 28, 2010

Web UPdate 1010-08

THis web update : Meet the New Twitter? A Better Twitter * The 2010 McFarlane Prize * Google Instant - 10 Things Marketing Teams Need to Know * Google to Take On Facebook With New Social Features * Title Wars: Attention Grabbing vs. Optimization * Is it worth it to hire one SEO guy? ... and more. It's all going on ... October 8, 2010

Web Trends: Links, SEO, B2B and more

This time we're surfing to find out some important essentials in today's web design. Do links add value that print can't match? Can you make your news releases boost SEO? Does open-source social publishing open doors for marketers? We'll also look at 3 new features every PPC manager should try now ; and 11 simple ways B2B companies can be more social today. Have fun, and don't forget to send in your discoveries ... September 20, 2010

Web Trends : Social Media, SEO, etc

In this edition of Web Trends Brennon Slattery writes about how social media changes old web habits and Laurie Sullivan asks what will vicarious facebook check-ins get advertisers? We also see how much of our time is spent in social media -- Are all results on search engines equal? Is the Web really dead? ... and several others. Don't forget to send in your discoveries! September 10, 2010