Author: cre8pc

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Since leaving Internet Marketing Ninjas, I have not only returned to the work I love, but am taking some new and different turns with my life. First, I am deeply grateful to my closest friends and family for holding me up and reminding me that I matter. Every day, in my heart, I am thanking you. Cre8pc Next, this site is going to turn into a hobby site and travel all the way back to its roots to 1996, when itsRead more…

In my happy place

An old friend wrote on my Facebook page, when I said I selling this site, “You are a true internet pioneer.”  And then others wrote to me.  Real friends.  Encouraging friends. But what really got to me was the unhappy smile from my daughter when she learned I wanted to sell this site.  You see, this web site was launched when I was facing being a homeless single mom of two young children.  This website saved my life, several timesRead more…

Cre8pc is for sale

  Cre8pc was launched as a teaching web site for search engine optimization and later provided SEO services, a directory, blog, usability articles directory and launched Cre8asiteforums.com.    

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Web site usability and information architecture are still my drug of choice. Whenever I feel close to quitting, I find others who not only believe in the value of UX work, but explain its value better than I can. UX is the New SEO UX is the new way to optimize sites for search engines because Google said so. Yes, that benign search giant has decided that links are no longer as important as they once thought. Out of deepRead more…

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Before search engines appeared, how did Internet users find information? Where was information located and who had it all? It is hard to imagine what life was like before the Internet became part of our daily lives.  Schools are removing classes on writing in cursive and replacing them with how to handle Facebook bullies.  Google plans on the being the one and only place on the entire Internet to provide the answers to all questions by all people. To doRead more…

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Remember the TV commercial that showed what your brain looks like when you take street narcotic drugs?  The splattered egg in a pan? Have you ever wondered what your brain looks like when trying to find something you want from a search engine?  In those cases, brains look like strawberries. Cognitive Behavior and How We Search the Web is a piece I wrote about the relationship between human behavior and information seeking. Frequency of the use a search term mayRead more…

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