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  1. Get More From Google Event Wrap-up

    We had a great morning with the Orlando FPRA Chapter discussing Google and how to get more from it.  The group has a very active Twitter account at http://twitter.com/FPRAOrlando. Matt Certo in our office delivered a presentation entitled ‘Get More from Google!’  As promised, here are a few links and resources discussed in today’s presentation:…

  2. To Flash or Not to Flash? That is the question.

    Adobe (formerly Macromedia) Flash has been around for many years and is generally regarded as the go-to choice for Internet marketers that want to display animation or facilitate game-like interactivity on a Web site.  Adobe sells its Flash-creating software to Web designers and gives the Flash plug-in away freely to Web surfers.  You can find…

  3. Three Steps Toward a Mobile Web Site

    In our recent post, Going Mobile: What it Means for Your Web Site, we discussed the reasons for needing a mobile Web site. If you’re thinking about mobilizing your Web site, you may wonder what goes into making its content readily available on mobile devices.  In all likelihood, the user experience that someone has sitting in…

  4. Upcoming Event: Get More From Google!

    We are excited to be partnering with the Florida Public Relations Association’s Orlando Chapter on an event entitled “Get More From Google.”  WebSolvers President Matt Certo will be presenting key strategies and techniques that can help you better understand how to gain search traction in Google’s ranking system.  The event will be held on Thursday,…

  5. Going Mobile: What it Means for Your Web Site

    Take a quick look in your pocket. There’s a good chance you have a mobile phone in there. If not, then it’s probably on your desk or somewhere nearby. Recently, at the World Mobile Congress, the International Telecommunication Union announced that the number of worldwide cellphone subscriptions will hit 5 billion before the end of…

  6. Googled: The End of the World as We Know It

    It’s not uncommon to hear Google’s company name discussed in the vein of superlatives.  Google’s products have become so ingrained in our society and culture that the company is often referred to as “the most revolutionary in the history of commerce” or “taking over the world.”  In his new book entitled Googled:  The End of…

  7. Easy breezy recipes

    A big issue I have with trying new recipes is that I find a lot of delicious looking recipes online. Because I have to print these out, I usually end up with a stack of a zillion pages which I rarely, if ever, use… and this is shoved somewhere just to collect dust. Pandigital’s making…

  8. Into the New… er, Blu

    I’ve been waiting for the Blu-ray v. High-Definition DVD war to settle down so I can finally use some holiday gift cards. Why am I waiting? Mainly because I wanted to avoid having any more DVDs that would sooner (rather than later) become obsolete… I’m also just not the type to run out to get…

  9. Outback Steakhouse Does Online Ordering Right

    We recently tried the online ordering system at Outback Steakhouse. I went to the Web site to simply download the menu for phone-in service, but decided to try the online ordering system as they seemed to be promoting it. I was very impressed by the ability of the online system. You could really tell that…

  10. Google Street Map Fleet

    I read this post some time ago talking about Google’s fleet of ‘camera cars’ which were setting out to take 360 degree views of streets to integrate with Google Maps. The idea is to give people actual street-level photographs of their destinations so that they might know where they are once they get there! I…