Sunday, December 17th, 2017

BooneOakley.com – Is this the future of websites?

June 4, 2010 by  
Filed under General, Social Networking, Traffic Generation

The video below, which was created for about $10 and was promoted strictly on Twitter and Facebook, is approaching 1,000,000 views on Youtube. The ad agency, Boone Oakley, used features available in Youtube to create a fully interactive video which is their actual home page. Their video has now been viewed just under a million […]

Higher Search Engine Rankings Tip: Free Tactic Helps You Gain an Edge on the Competition

October 17, 2007 by  
Filed under Marketing, Traffic Generation

Whether you use pay-per-click (PPC) or organic search engine optimization (SEO) to generate traffic for your website, you need to know what words or phrases people are typing into a search engine. Then, you can either bid on those keywords or keyphrases using PPC or use SEO to optimize your website. But what if you […]

Road Trip, Oil Wells, Windmills & Rain. Lots & Lots of Rain.

July 26, 2007 by  
Filed under General, Marketing, Traffic Generation

We’re supposed to be in Colorado by now but what’s become a nasty little four-letter road in central Texas held us up. What’s the word? Rain. Lots of rain. Central Texas has received 330 percent its normal rainfall over the past month and a half. The plan was that Lisa and I would head to […]

Beginner’s Guide to Getting More Traffic to Your Website

February 24, 2007 by  
Filed under General, Marketing, Product Reviews, Traffic Generation

One of the things every website owner wants is more traffic. I get lots of questions on this one as well as requests to review the latest whiz-bang instant traffic gimmick. Most of those products are worthless. Some of them actually work for a few weeks by finding some new way to trick the search […]

Product Review: RSS Made Easy by Adrian Ling

February 20, 2005 by  
Filed under General, Product Reviews, Traffic Generation

RSS Made Easyby Adrian Linghttp://snipurl.com/cxap If you’re not using RSS yet, you need to take a closer look at the technology. RSS has been around since 1997 but until late last year, it was only being used in small circles. That’s about to change. Longhorn, Microsoft’s next operating system will include a built-in RSS reader […]

How I Got my Website Listed on Google in 1 Hour

February 18, 2005 by  
Filed under General, Traffic Generation, Website Automation

Last week, I decided to try publishing this ezine using Blog software. I’ve been trying to stick to putting out an issue once a week but that’s been difficult. Part of the problem has been getting everything formatted properly. When it comes to the way my web pages look, I’m a bit of a perfectionist. […]