I am never an early adopter, particularly when it comes to new search engines and new social networks, but I have to say, I find the new search engine Blekko to actually be an useful tool. Not so much for it’s search results, but more for the SEO data is provides. I suspect those in […]

Opera 3.0 Mini

Opera released version 3.0 of their mini mobile browser today. I’m a-gonna have to download it. I’ve always been an advocate of developing sites that were mobile friendly (provided they are sites that a mobile user would find useful.) They are of course dropping the “web 2.0” buzzwords, but have some added nifty features such […]

Some minor site hacks

I added a message board to BarFly Magazine the other day. I had problem when I initally did the static urls, it wasn’t letting me get into the PHPBB admin panel. Not sure what was causing that. I also recently did some work for Remote Control Mail. Interesting service they are offering, it was a […]

More Vents

After taking many custom orders for octagon gable vents, I figured it was time to add them to It only made sense, since we were probably missing out on traffic from those kinds of search queries. We also added a new vent site specializing in Round Gable Vents.

Update your stuff

Dr. James Kilgore, a plastic surgeon in Portland, has recently expanded his service offerings. In addition to offering botox in Portland, he is also offering Restylane and Hylaform Plus®. It’s great to see that my clients keep up on updating their sites with new information. That will always translate into more revenues for them.

Search Positioning is Power

I’ve been recently watch many of my sites climb to #1 – #3 spots for their terms across all of major search engines. This has been a slow process, for some sites it took years. I hadn’t even checked my logs for monthes on one particular site, and when I finally did, I saw that […]

New Products Added

I have recently added Rectangle Gable Vents to gable end vent inventory. This has lead to an increased number of inquiries from homeowners due in part to search engine traffic and Froogle feeds. While my true goal is to sell to home builders, contractors, and architects, increasing the sales volume from homeowners does help […]

Adobe to Buy Macromedia

Adobe to buy Macromedia for $3.4 billion This could either be the best thing, or the worst thing in the world for a few reasons: (1) Getting rid of Macromedia Freehand and just using Adobe Illustrator would be great (2) Getting rid of Adobe GoLive and keeping Dreamweaver would be awesome. (3) Using the web […]