I have an envelope which sits in a lock box in my house. It’s pretty plain, except on the front is the date when it was sealed, and the words “Open When…
Lately, I’ve consulted on a few projects which I’ve had to compare using an off-the-shelf script versus a custom solution. As a programmer myself, I typically build everything myself (because I can, and because I’m a control freak). However, I’m learning that there are some off-the-shelf solutions that do the job, and save both time and money.
When you really want to increase conversions and monitor what traffic channels are working for you, deep links and sub IDs are your friends. But it’s not always easy to figure them out with all of the various networks. So, I’ve made a little cheat-sheet for you.
I read the other day,
It would make life so much easier if Google had a paid rank checker API. Google might not have one, but Raven Tools does
Dec-7 2012 Update
Raven Tools no longer supplies SERP rank data. Use Microsite Masters instead
It would make life so much easier if Google had a paid rank checker API
— Matt Sawyer (@mattuk) June 27, 2011
Not many people know this, but Raven Tools has an API.
Google announced the availability of +1 today, and gives you the code to add +1 to your website. But if you’re using Thesis, how can you add it to your posts?
I have buttons to Tweet my posts, like them on Facebook, and Stumble them, and I wanted to add +1.