Author: cre8pc

Not long ago I was asked to write about web site conversions for sites that don’t measure conversion rates by how much money they earn.  It was fun to write from that perspective. You don’t need to sell anything on the web to want higher conversion rates.  Activity and tasks completion are just as valuable for many types of web sites.  The more guidance your web design provides and the more genuine you or your brand are, the better yourRead more…

I’ll be speaking at the Pubcon Regional SFIMA Summit 2013 at the Miniaci Performing Arts Center on May 14. They’re working out the agenda but for now I can tell you it’s one day, 3 tracks and packed with exciting talks and speakers.  Here’s today’s news about it - Pubcon Regional SFIMA Summit 2013 Registration Opens And Keynotes Announced The venue is the Miniaci Performing Arts Center on the Nova Southeastern University campus in Davie, Florida.

Gather ye horses, trusty steeds, flask of whiskey and your Google bot dogs, for we have word of another fox in the rank-house and Matt Cutts has sounded the trumpets! Bad Merchant? Google May Drop Your Rankings Later This Year reports that  Matt Cutts signaled yet another blow to spammers and bad online businesses. Cutts said: We have a potential launch later this year, maybe a little bit sooner, looking at the quality of merchants and whether we can doRead more…

I’m excited to announce that I will be speaking about Communities in the Social Media Communities track at PubCon New Orleans on April 24, 2013. With 17 years experience in moderating clubs, groups, newsgroup chats, and founding Cre8asiteforums, not to mention selling that forum property to Internet Marketing Ninjas, I’m going to talk about how to put the social into “Social”, set goals, make your community attractive to advertisers and create a loyal community. If you’re going to PubCon NewRead more…

On October 1, 2012 I began working for Internet Marketing Ninjas and retired Cre8pc.com from taking on new client work. It’s been a whirlwind of activity ever since. Deciding what to do with Cre8pc has been a struggle because I didn’t know how to use it in my new life as an employee for someone else. This site was once how I moonlighted at night as a freelancer in SEO after working full-time during the day as a user interfaceRead more…

Today, at the Las Vegas PubCon, it was announced that Jim Boykin, of Internet Marketing Ninjas, has purchased the famous Webmasterworld Forums. This follows his recent news that he acquired Cre8asiteforums from Kim Krause Berg, and also hired me to expand their usability and human factors department. See these links: Search Engine Roundtable Internet Marketing Ninjas Official press release

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