It’s been a busy week here at Wakefly. The good news from all this work is that we’ll have some client website announcements coming soon, so keep an eye on the press releases. We’re also working on the landing page optimization webinar that’s coming up on April 23rd. If you’re interested, be sure to click the link to register.
Otherwise, today’s Friday, and here in New England we’re going to have a typical spring weekend–one day of rain, and another with highs in the forties. Awesome. At least we have baseball back. Onto the links:
Google buying Twitter? – (Techcrunch)
…or maybe not – (Dan Raywood, SC Magazine)
…but Google and Microsoft are doing battle for a search-advertising deal with Twitter – (Sharon Linsenbach, Channel Insider)
Startups and Sole Proprietors – How Does Your Area Rank? – (Anita Campbell, Smallbiztrends.com)
You’ve Got Voice Mail, But Do You Care? – (Jill Colvin, NY Times)
The first question every web site designer must ask – (Seth Godin, Seth’s Blog)
Rx for the Downturn: Better Marketing, Customer Service – (Brendan B. Read, Newsfactor)
Google’s market share grows, and search terms are growing in length – (Matt McGee, Search Engine Land)
As always, if you have any tips, links, or just plain good stuff for us, hit us up. Happy Friday!