• Your “real” organic Google Rankings

    Have you ever seen someone tout their own website as “#1 on Google”? If you pay attention, the screenshot will typically show enough of the screen for you to realize they’re logged into their own Google account. Here are a few tips for avoiding this gaff when checking your own ranking… Log out of your …

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  • The new Lytro camera for real estate

    The good folks at Inman wrote an article displaying some Lytro photos for a real estate listing, viewable here: http://next.inman.com/2012/03/lytro-a-new-kind-of-photograph/. You can view Lytro photos at that link or at Lytro’s Picture Gallery to see Lytro’s primary feature (image focusing post-image-capture) it in action. Here’s a quickie roundup on the Lytro camera in terms of real estate imaging: Lytro is a …

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  • How to test your responsive website design

    (Props to my fellow techies at TulsaWebDevs.org for helping me discover a few new juicy links to help me round out this post that I had been planning…) Responsive Website Design Responsive Web Design (RWD) is a way of building websites to scale to the size of each individual visitor’s screen size. In the past, …

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  • Zillow Academy – Training on Video for Real Estate

    Zillow Academy Free from Zillow. Just for Pros. http://zillowacademy.com/ @zillowacademy @zillowforpros Webinar: How To Use Video and Youtube for Business Friday, March 16, 2012 https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/985003944 How are you using Youtube Videos?  Are you using video?  Are you Generating Traffic?  Do you want an alternative to being in the videos yourself? Are you able to market …

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  • How to Speed up your Internet for free by using the fastest DNS servers

    Google Code Project NameBench an Open-source DNS Benchmark Utility How to use NameBench: http://code.google.com/p/namebench/wiki/UsingNameBench (NameBench runs on Windows, Apple, and Linux computers.) Example Before: http://namebench.appspot.com/id/6495052 How to change, if desired: http://code.google.com/p/namebench/wiki/FAQ#How_do_you_use_the_DNS_servers_recommended? Helpful resource to login to your router Router IPs: http://compnetworking.about.com/od/workingwithipaddresses/f/getrouteripaddr.htm Router default logins: http://www.pcwintech.com/default-router-modem-passwords Example After: http://namebench.appspot.com/id/6500047 Result: 23.4% speed increase – Time/Effort: under …

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  • Facebook Suggests Friends and Pages to you

    Did you know that Facebook had a Page Suggestion tool, similar to its Facebook Friend Suggestion tool? Facebook also has a Friend finder/importer tool that hooks up with your email account. But finding buiness pages is tons of fun because of the many categories you can choose from on the top menu bar. Browse Facebook …

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  • What is Pinterest? How to use Pinterest

    Pinterest is a social network to share images or videos, one at a time. Users can comment, like, or re-pin. In order to sign up, you’ll need either a Facebook login or a Twitter login. Pinterest doesn’t have its own login option at this time. “Pinterest is a Virtual Pinboard.” from http://pinterest.com/about/ Pinterest consists of: …

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  • Online Marketing and Advertising – Comprehensive Glossary

    http://www.slidedeck.com/blog/73-must-measure-metrics-for-your-online-business/ Thanks, SlideDeck!

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  • Full-featured HOA websites for Crescent Ridge and others

    TKO Groups is part of TourKick. TKO Groups provides useful, long-term solutions for groups. This idea has been in the works for a while and we’re glad to finally get it off the ground. We build websites with WordPress or WordPress MultiSite (previously called WordPress MU), BuddyPress, Nextdoor if applicable, and a slew of customizations and setup …

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  • Facebook for Real Estate – January 12, 2012

    Downloadable PDF handout: [download id=”12″ format=”2″] I spent the entire day hosting mini-sessions about Facebook for Realtors. Bob Haywood presented with me. We had a nice tag-team thing going, which gave each of us occassional breaks. It was a special day for McGraw Realtors, where about a dozen associates volunteered their time, effort, and experience during these …

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  • Konami Code website examples, plugins, and JavaScript code

    The Konami Code is a sequences of keystrokes that is typically used to reveal a hidden feature of a website, often called an “Easter egg.” It’s kind of cool if you’re a little geeky or if you really like Where’s Waldo, I SPY, or other books where you get to see stuff that others don’t. …

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  • YouTube Analytics – Audience Retention (Drop-Off) Metrics

    YouTube’s been rolling out a lot of great new features in the last few months, but YouTube Audience Retention (i.e. Drop-Off)  metrics  was my favorite pseudo-enterprise-level-service addition. It lets you see where viewers stopped watching. For example, within the first 10-seconds, 30-seconds, or 60-seconds (common drop-off points in online video). You get to watch your …

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