SEO for Atlanta Businesses

Google homepageSEO for Atlanta businesses is about getting to the top of the search engines.  A top spot in Google for the right keywords can dramatically improve the bottom line of just about any business.

Let me ask you a quick question:  How many times have you spoken to someone, and may be this has happened to you, and they’ve spent money on their website and it just hasn’t done anything for them? Many business owners are underwhelmed by the return on their investment.

To be honest with you, you’re not alone.  I run into a lot people who are doing their business plan and are putting together their website and think that their website is the “end all be all” of their online marketing.  What we do at  is work with business owners who are looking to get more visitors, generate more revenue and impact their bottom line.

I was recently discussing this with a client.  He had used a lead source that sent leads to him and three of his competitors.  If you run a serviceAtlanta leads
company you may have tried this, too.  His success depended on whether he was the first to call, and then it was about how many times he had to keep calling to connect with the prospect.  With a low success rate, he was looking for a better source of leads.

With SEO by, his Atlanta based business is now #1 in Google for his primary keyword and in one of the top three spots in Google for several other high traffic keywords.  Now he gets a fresh batch of leads calling him directly every day.  His success rate in closing the business is much higher, close to 100% in fact.  If he can speak to prospect directly on the phone, he can usually get the business, which is what quite a few business owners tell me.

Google Places AtlantaAnother huge benefit to his business is that most clients are much closer to his business because of his highly effective listing in Google Places from Instead of driving all over Atlanta, most customers are now within about a 15 mile radius. Wear and tear on his service vehicles has been reduced and the money saved on gas alone pays for his monthly SEO service.

If you are throwing good money after bad with ineffective marketing, contact us today at 678-520-9925 for a free website review and get the leads that will improve your bottom line.


SEO For Web2.0 – An Integrated Marketing Approach

Web2.0 is a term that describes the evolution of the web that now includes social media.  SEO for Web2.0 requires an integrated marketing approach.  An Atlanta SEO company has developed a unique approach called “Advanced Integrated Marketing”.  If you are ready to embrace the power of Social Media with SEO for Web2.0, you will gain a competitive advantage today and in the future.

Social Media sites have begun to dominate the internet to the point where Google introduced a new search algorithm in August 2010 called “Caffeine” to account for Social Media Buzz.

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Social Media consists of many popular sites, such as Facebook, Delicious, Digg, StumbleUpon, YouTube and others.  The problem?  Effectively promoting your business using Social Media is very time consuming.  It requires creating entertaining, enlightening or interesting content, promoting it on multiple networks and then getting others to take notice and promote it also.

What is SEO for Web2.0?  To get ranked highly in Google, you need SEO, good content and backlinks.  Everyone knows this.   But now there is one additional ingredient required as a result of the Caffeine update:  you also need traffic.  This is a real “Catch 22” situation for anyone trying to promote their website online.  After all, how can you get traffic if you do not rank?  But now Google won’t rank a site without traffic?  Seems like a trap until the power of social media is taken into account.  If other people like your content on social media sites and vote for it, Digg it, Like it, etc., you will begin to get traffic to your site.

But this gets back to the problem of the time required to promote your content on social networks.  Does this mean the web is now only for big corporations with the resources to hire teams of professionals to promote their content on social networks?  Not necessarily, but a more advanced and integrated approach is needed for effective online marketing.  Have you heard of content syndication?  It is the most effective way to harness the power of the social media, social voting and social news sites.  And it’s not just for big companies.  Anyone can plug-in to an effective content syndication network and begin to see just how powerful social sites have become.

To ignore the power of social networks is simply ignoring the evolution of the web.  But you can take advantage of this relatively new phenomenon to increase traffic to your site and grow your online presence.

Local SEO Company Alpharetta | Google My Business Help

google my business expertDoes your business have a map listing that shows up on the first page of  Google for your target keywords?  If you don’t, then you may be missing out on thousands of dollars of new business to your competitors.  Local SEO is critical to the success of just about any business and should not be ignored.  Recent data shows over 60 percent of consumers search Google every month to find local businesses.  At Red Hot Rankings, we create and optimize local Google + listings for our clients so they can be found at the top of the search results.  Our proven strategies provide our clients with a increase in traffic from local consumers looking for their products and services

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Google My Business Help

If you are struggling to be found in the local search results, contact us… we can help.

For local search we provide the following for our clients:

  • Google Account Creation
  • Google Plus Local Page Setup and Verification
  • Google Plus Local Page Optimization
  • Google My Business Page synchronized with Google Plus Local
  • Google Plus Business Cover Page and Profile Image
  • Google My Business Maps Listing
  • Google Publisher Status on Website

We take pride in our expertise when it comes to local Google business listings. With Google having over 70% of the search engine market, it makes to focus on Google for our clients. But Bing is also an important search engine since announcing their agreement with Apple, so create local listings on Bing, Yahoo, and over 50 other reputable web directories. Having a presence in all the search engines only increases your website authority and it’s reputation on Google.


Social Media for Local Businesses

social media expert alpharettaGoogle and the other search engines monitor social media for what is known as “social signals”, so keeping up with social media is a key part of you online presence. However, most business don’t have time to post of Facebook, Twitter or Google Plus, not to mention blogging. Most feel like they’d like to post on social media, but taking care of the day to day business comes first. We take the burden of social media posting and blogging so our clients can focus on their business and serving their customers. We are experts and content creation for blogs with unique, relevant and up to date blog posts and keeping your social media sites current.

To learn more about Local SEO and how we can help your business grow, contact us today for a free consultation. Call 678-520-9925 today.

‘7th Heaven’ star Stephen Collins exposed himself to young girls, report says

The headline “‘7th Heaven’ star Stephen Collins exposed himself to young girls, report says” shows up #1 in Google for the keyword “Stephen Collins” in Google Trends.  How does that relate to SEO?

Google Trends is a useful tool so see what people are searching for online.  Sure, it’s great to see what the hot stories of the day are, but it’s also helpful when checking to see what people are searching for in your industry.  For example, if you’re selling drug testing kits online, you may want to know if your prospects are searching for meth, cocaine or cannabis, or perhaps a new drug that is just catching on.  If you see a steady trend for long period time, it’s a good indicator of a stable market.  And you may think twice about jumping into a market with a strong declining trend.

google trends exampleGoogle Trends can also help you target the right keywords.  In the chart to the left, you can see Marijuana is a more popular search term that Cannabis.  So this helps take the guess work out of keyword selection for SEO.  If you guess, and guess wrong, a significant amount of time and money can be wasted before you realize the results just aren’t what you had expected.

For most search terms, the data goes back to 2004.  Trends also includes some handy filters.  For example, you can filter by country and it’s possible to drill down further.  In the United States, search trends can be found for major cities if the search volume is high enough.

In our example, you can see the top states for the search term “meth drug test”, with Nevada being #1 in the USA for having the most searches google trends mapfor that keyword.  The rest of the top 10 list is also shown.

Finally, Google Trends will provide a list of related keywords which may also be good candidates for any SEO campaign. In this case, it looks like passing drug tests is a key concern since “pass drug test” is the top ranked related keyword.

pass drug testThe related keywords are good suggestions, but they are just a place to begin.  A competitive analysis is still necessary.  After all, it may be nearly impossible to get a page one ranking if your competition consists of many .gov, .edu and mega-authority sites such as WebMD, Wikipedia, etc.  Careful keyword selection and analysis is really the key starting point to any successful SEO campaign.

For a keyword analysis for your market, contact us today at 678-520-9925




Google Rolls Out Panda 4.0 May 20, 2014

Google 4.0 rolloutMatt Cutts from Google has announced the release of a new version of their Google Panda algorithm, version 4.0. This announcement was made through a post on Google+ as well as from Google’s Matt Cutts on Twitter. According to the announcement, there will be a slow rollout of the update that will go on for about a week or so before all the changes have been effected. Google Panda penalizes sites with poor or shallow content from getting high rankings on its search engine.

Ever since 2012 when Google started their regular monthly updates there have been no major announcements on any improvement or changes to the Panda algorithm. The fact that they have done it this time must mean that this is a bigger update.

The Panda 4.0 has to be a major update to the last algorithm as opposed to just a data refresh as was the case with the monthly rolling updates. This marks a significant adjustment to how Panda identifies and gives scores to sites and their content.

Sources in Google suggest that this is a kinder Panda algorithm. This update also gives a suggestion of the direction that Google will be taking with the future adjustments. Those sites damned by the previous algorithm may have the chance to rise from the ashes. While it may be advantageous to some, this may not necessarily be the case for all. Other sites may experience penalties from this new version. The effect this adjustment has on such sites may be visible in few days to come. Sites that experience major changes to their traffic numbers may be as a result of the latest update.

Below are the previous confirmed Panda updates. We have taken the liberty of naming them according to the order in which they have happened with the major changes also called out with their AKA names:

Panda Update 1, AKA
Panda 1.0, 02/24/2011
Panda Update 2, AKA
Panda 2.0, 04/11/2011
Panda Update 3, 05/10/2011
Panda Update 4, 06/16/2011
Panda Update 5, 07/23/2011
Panda Update 6, 08/12/2011
Panda Update 7, 09/28/2011
Panda Update 8 AKA
Panda 3.0, 10/19/2011
Panda Update 9, 11/18/2011
Panda Update 10, 01/18/2012
Panda Update 11, 02/27/2012
Panda Update 12, 03/23/2012
Panda Update 13, 04/19/2012
Panda Update 14, 04/27/2012
Panda Update 15, 06/9/2012
Panda Update 16, 06/25/2012
Panda Update 17, 07/24/2012
Panda Update 18, 08/20/2012
Panda Update 19, 09/18/2012
Panda Update 20 , 09/27/2012
Panda Update 21, 11/5/2012
Panda Update 22, 11/21/2012
Panda Update 23, 12/21/2012
Panda Update 24, 01/22/2013
Panda Update 25, 03/15/2013
Panda Update 26 AKA
Panda 4.0, May 20, 2014
Panda Update 27 AKA
Panda 4.1, Sept. 25, 2014

As you can see most of the updates were back in 2012 with last year having very few updates. While there may have been unannounced releases, this list only includes those that have been confirmed by Google.  To see how your site can get to page 1 of Google, contact us today or call Jeff at 678-520-9925

Google Panda Update 4.1: What to Expect

Google Panda 4.1 UpdateWith the many changes to Google’s algorithms, it can be hard for website owners to keep track of all the changes. The new release of Google Panda 4.1 is aimed to help smaller websites as discussed at Search Engine Roundtable. Google began rolling out the changes at the end of September 2014, and will have an impact on 3 to 5% of search queries. Since the release of Google Panda in 2011, there have been 26 confirmed updates and refreshes, and now this is the 27th update.  Panda 4.0 was rolled out earlier this year.

What to Expect from Google Panda Update 4.1

The new version of Panda will continue the same tradition of the previous version of Panda but will be more effective at targeting low-quality content. Google added new signals to their algorithm that will point out low quality, but they have not made these signals known to the public. This update proves beneficial to those websites with content that already proves to be high-quality, but puts websites full of low-quality content in danger.

Pierre Far explained that the Google Panda update should help small to medium sized businesses that already take the time to prioritize the content on their website. He believes they will be rewarded with the highest rankings of search queries because of the Panda update. Many business owners, however, fear that the update could have a negative impact on them instead. If any of Google’s new signals target high-quality content as low-quality content, business owners could notice a significant drop in their rankings even if they are doing everything right.

It is believed that content-based sites and download portals are the types of sites that will receive the highest rankings. The reasoning for this is because they are often updated with high-quality information, and they are getting an extra boost in favoritism when it comes to Panda’s new signal codes. The types of websites that might suffer the most include lyric, gaming, and medical sites. This is because these sites often have thin, repeated, or aggregated content. This is what Google often translates as low-quality work. Gaming sites don’t feature as much content as content-based websites; lyrics websites don’t feature as much content as other websites, and medical websites are often full of copied content from other sites.

Has Panda 4.1 Effected Your Website?

If your website has already been negatively impacted by Panda 4.1, there are ways in which you can recover from it. It’s important to look at the existing content on your website. Compare your current content to the content on your competitor’s website who are ranking higher than you are. Take note of their strategies, but don’t copy them. Come up with your own effective solution for getting better rankings. It’s also necessary for you to delete any duplicate and thin content displayed on your website. Plagiarism and content syndication needs to be completely removed. If your content is just basic rewrites of previous articles, remove them and replace them with 100-percent original articles.

The new Panda 4.1 update doesn’t have to hurt you. It can have a positive impact on your website if you take the time to add high-quality content to your site. By assessing your current site and content, you can develop effective strategies to make the changes to begin to see higher rankings. It’s important to refine your current content strategy and post content on your site that is unique, high-quality, and valuable to your readers. Not only will these changes help you now, but they’ll also help you in the future for whenever Google decides to roll out another Panda update.

Need help with your organic search results, contact Jeff at 678-520-9925 or use our Contact Us for or email jeff at

Wasting 20% of Your Web Traffic?

I have clients that range from non-profit foundations to pharmaceutical companies to plumbers and roofers.  I found that all of them get about 15-20% of their traffic from searchers using mobile devices.  I would have expected some to have much higher numbers than others.  Obviously, if you are locked our of your car, you will probably use a mobile device to find a locksmith so I expected the numbers to be relatively high.  But that is not the case, at least today.

There are now more mobile phones in the world than TV’s and that number is growing.  As the number of phones increases, so will the usage.  Data rates are cheaper than they used to be and more people of all generations are getting in the habit of using their phones for everything:  Navigation, pictures, alarms, internet and, oh yeah, you can still call people on your phone.

Incredibly, only about 2% of business owners have a mobile version of their website.  Google has stated a preference for showing a mobile site to a mobile searcher over a highly ranked site without a mobile version of their website.  Converting a site for mobile devices is easier than ever.  Plus, cool features are available like “Click to Call” where you push a button and the number is dialed.  Texting, viewing menu’s and much more is becoming common.

Why waste 20% of your web traffic?  Contact us today to get a mobile site set up.  Call 678-520-9925

Google Over-optimization Penalty!

Recently, Google identified a number of blogger network sites that existed purely to build links to websites. Google targeted one of the larger blogger networks called “Build My Rank”—the site was de-indexed, along with an overwhelming majority of its posts. Businesses that were over-reliant on the links from Build My Rank (and other blog networks that may be facing de-indexing) saw a significant drop in rankings.
Businesses that used Build My Rank but also acquired links from a variety of other sources fared much better. The more you diversify, the less impact a Google update will have on your rankings. We have always stressed that SEO and marketing overall needs diversification. Links should come from as many different sources as possible and be relevant. Diversity coupled with relevant and useful content is what builds value. 

Maybe you’ve heard rumors about the impending Google “Over-optimization” Penalty? Google’s concern is that sites with great content and little or no SEO are up against sites with lesser quality content, but have done a better job with SEO. The penalty for over-optimization is designed to “level the playing field.” Again, great content (i.e., relevant and useful) and backlink diversification is key!.
Contact us at 678-520-9925 to get to the top of Google for keywords your customers are searching for.

Online Reviews Impact Your Customers Buying Decisions

Online reviews are part of many consumers “due diligence” process when making a buying decision, and the reviews impact all types of businesses beyond the online retailers. Like it or not, online reviews have become your reputation.   People share reviews on popular sites such as Yelp and Google Places in addition to postings on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, forums and many other social sharing and social media sites.  Buying decisions are impacted by what other people say about your product or service.

online reviews

How is your online reputation impacting your business?  Do you know what others are saying about your business online? Customer reviews can enhance your business, but bad reviews can be ruinous. This may seem intuitive, but let’s move beyond intuition and into facts.  Here are some statistics complied by Search Engine People about the impact of online consumer reviews.


  1. Traffic to the top 10 review sites grew on average 158% last year (
  2. 97% who made a purchase based on an online review found the review to be accurate (Comscore/The Kelsey Group, Oct. 2007)
  3. 92% have more confidence in info found online than they do in anything from a salesclerk or other source (Wall Street Journal, Jan 2009)
  4. 90% of online consumers trust recommendations from people they know; 70% trust unknown users, 27% trust experts, 14% trust advertising, 8% trust celebrities (Econsultancy, July 2009, Erik Qualman, Socialnomics)
  5. 75% of people don’t believe that companies tell the truth in advertisements (Yankelovich)
  6. 70% consult reviews or ratings before purchasing (BusinessWeek, Oct. 2008)
  7. 7 in 10 who read reviews share them with friends, family & colleagues thus amplifying their impact (Deloitte & Touche, Sept. 2007)
  8. 51% of consumers use the Internet even before making a purchase in shops (Verdict Research, May 2009)
  9. 45% say they are influenced a fair amount or a great deal by reviews on social sites from people they follow (46% say reviews in newspaper or magazine influence them.) (Harris Poll, April 2010)
  10. 34% have turned to social media to air their feelings about a company. 26% to express dissatisfaction, 23% to share companies or products they like. (Harris Poll, April 2010)
  11. Why do they share? 46% feel they can be brutally honest on the Internet. 38% aim to influence others when they express their preferences online (Harris Poll, April 2010)
  12. Reviews on a site can boost conversion +20% ( ‘Conversion Results’)

When deciding where to spend your marketing dollars, consider the impact of online reviews.  Online reputation management is key part of any business strategy.  Contact Us to discuss how we can help you manage and improve your online reputation.

Google Places and Your Online Reputation

Google MapsGoogle Places can have a big impact on your online reputation.  Fortunately, there are pro-active steps you can take to ensure you have a good reputation.  However, many businesses fail to pay attention to their online reviews and their business can suffer as a result.  Worse yet, businesses often know about the bad reviews but don’t know what do do about them.  In this blog post, we will look at a couple of business listings in Google Places and discuss the options for improving and managing your online reviews.

What are Google Places Listings?

Google Places listings show up on a map on the search results page when you are looking for a business or place with a physical address.  If youGoogle Places listing are looking for dresses in your town, the map will show the location of up to seven places to buy dresses.  Click on the Place Page or Google Reviews and you will be taken to the Google Places listing for that business.  A business can create it’s own listing or Google will gather information on it’s own.

You can see some listings have reviews and some don’t. The listings with reviews are more likely to be seen by your prospective customer so it’s best to have reviews if they are good reviews.

Being included in the Google Places listing box can be very valuable since it increases your visibility.  But lets look at some potential problems.

Google Places Reviews – 2 Examples

Reviews in Google Places can have a big impact on a business. Would you go to surgeon without finding out what other patients have to say about him? Most people check a business’s online reputation before doing business with them. Let’s look at an example of a hotel in Atlanta.
hotel in Google Places

Lets say you are looking for a nice hotel in downtown Atlanta and you see there is a Marriott nearby. While Marriott has a great reputation, you decide the check out the reviews on this hotel and this is what you see:
Marriott reviews in Google PlacesWow, that is probably not what you expected to see for reviews of a Marriott, so maybe you decide to check out the Hilton next door.  Do you see how powerful bad reviews can be?  Certainly Marriott could do a few things to improve their online reputation, but perhaps they don’t now what to do.

Lets look at another example.  If you were to search for dentists in Atlanta, you would see this listing in the Google Places “7 Box” and may decide to look at the reviews before making an appointment.

Atlanta dentist review in Google Places


What To Do About Bad Google Places Reviews

Here are some Do’s and Don’ts for your Google Places reputation:


  • Get a Google Places account.  If you are not listed in Google Places, the first action item is to create a listing.
  • Update your listing with photo’s, videos or new information.
  • Monitor your reviews – have you checked yours lateley?  Are your reviews good or bad?
  • Make adjustments to your business to improve the customer experience.  Reviews are great sources of feedback – use them to get better!
  • Respond to reviews – you’ll have to be loggin in to your Google Places account to do this.
  • Solicit reviews from happy customers.


  • Fake reviews: This can be tempting, but don’t have friends or employees make up fake reviews.  Google can track IP addresses and flag mulitple reviews from the sample computer.  Plus, fake reviews are lies, so let’s not go there.
  • Don’t leave a nasty reply to a bad review.  Write a reply and leave it on your computer.  Have someone else read it.  Sleep on it, think about it. Revise your reply with this thought in mind: “What would I think of this if I was a potential customer reading this”.  Make it professional and don’t take a bad review too personally.

Conclusion – Manage Your Google Places Reputation

Many business owners are too busy running their business to focus on managing their online reputation.  We have a comprehensive online reputation management program to make sure your company has the best possible reviews.  If you have satisfied customers, wouldn’t you like their reviews to show up in your Google Places listing? Contact us today for a free consultation about how to manage your online reputation.




    Facebook Changes: 6 Updates In Facebook This Week

    So far, for each of the following Facebook changes announced on their blog, about 20, 000 people have posted responses complaining about the changes.  That sounds like a lot until I tell you that 748,980,000 people didn’t complain.  In other words, it’s this all over again.

    So here’s your quick and easy guide so you can catch up with Facebook and get on with your day. Click “Click to Continue” to get updated in under 5 minutes…


    1. Top Stories and Most Recent now in one News Feed

    Facebook’s own blog summed up this change nicely: “When you visit Facebook, you should see the things you’re most interested in…” So they are trying to make sure you do by ditching the old Two-Option News Feed, which made you choose either Top Stories (popular stuff in order of popularity) or Most Recent (chronological order).

    That is SO yesterday…

    Replacing it is a single News Feed which shows you both with Top News show at the, you guessed it top, and Most Recent underneath.  If you haven’t visited Facebook for a while, the first things you’ll see are top photos and statuses posted while you’ve been away. They’re marked with an easy-to-spot blue corner.

    Don’t you feel hipper already?

    If you check Facebook more frequently, you’ll see the most recent stories first. Photos will also be bigger and easier to enjoy while you’re scrolling through.

    Hey look, photos just got a butt-load better too. Literally a butt-load. It’s a technical term.

    2. Ticker becomes official

    The ticker is a live-feed area that sticks to the upper right corner of the screen and gives you a running play-by-play of what is happening literally right now.  Facebook has been playing around with the Ticker in various forms for a while now on a small scale, but now it is rolling out to everyone.

    Click on anything in ticker to see the full story and chime in – without losing your place.  Seeing it move in real time is a little distracting and more than a little creepy if you think about it too long.  But we predict like all other Facebook changes people will hate it for two weeks, and then be unable to remember Facebook without it afterward.

    I be creepin’ on your Ticker, yo.

    3. The Subscribe Button

    The Subscribe button allows you to set just how much you want to hear from a person. In fact, Facebook will now allow you to subscribeto someone even if you’re not friends (or let others subscribe to you). The latter only works with posts set to public. You’re already getting your friends’ posts in News Feed. With the Subscribed button, you can choose how much you see from them:

    • All updates: Everything your friend posts
    • Most updates: The amount you’d normally see
    • Important updates only: Just highlights, like a new job or move

    You can also decide what types of updates you see. For example, you could see just photos from one friend, no stories about games from another, and nothing at all from someone else.  You set it by visiting the person’t profile and hovering ove the Subscribe button.

    No one wants to admit that Facebook can figure this stuff out for us… but they totally can.

    Don’t want to set each one of your friends individually? Well, by default, all of your friends have been set to “Most Updates” which covers the majority of what you’re interested in.  You can then just reset the firends from whom you want All Posts or those from whom you want Only Important.  You can also use…

    4.  The New Friend Button with Smart Lists

    Now whenever you friend someone – or if you hover over the Friend Button on their profile – you have a few options you didn’t before. At the top of the list, you can easily set someone to “Close Friend” or only an “Acquaintance.” The former will automatically set their Subscription button to “All Posts” and the latter automatically sets it to “Only Important.”

    Don’t kid yourself, you are one smelly sock from moving to the acquaintance list.

    Also, Facebook has anticipated (correctly in my case) that the hardest part of Friends List (or Google+ Circles for that matter) is that you have to curate the lists. So now, you’ll see smart lists that create themselves and stay up-to-date based on profile info your friends have in common with you–like your work, school, family and city.

    Facebook analyzes your work history, school, family and location to determine who will be added to your Smart List.

    Yes, I went to California State University, Fullerton. You want fries with that?

    You will also see the Friend and Subscribe buttons also work from the user’s hovercard when you mouse over their profile pic or name.

    5. “Profile” disappears

    The old right-hand corner trifecta “Home,” “Profile” and “Account” have parted ways.  Instead of Profile, you now have a small thumbnail and name of the user you’re logged in as – that should make things clearer when you are using Facebook as a Page.  Also, the “Account” has been replaced by a simple down arrow so you can access all your account, privacy and logout settings.

    Yes, I know the ferret has more hair than I do.

    6. Last but not least…

    There are several smaller updates that are also rolling out:

    • You no longer need 25 likes on a business page in order to grab a custom URL
    • Facebook will try to not choke your inbox by emailing you a daily summary of the “less important” notifications instead of individual ones. If it makes you feel more alive to have a full inbox, you can change it back to individual emails on the notifications page .
    • Posts or comments in another language prompt the appearance of a “translate” button.
    • Posts that have been shared will now include a link you can follow to see who has shared them.

    What is your most favorite update?

    Kevin McNulty is co-founder and president of NetWeave Social Networking.  NetWeave provides social media managed services for a wide range of clients in Tampa Bay and across the country, including the SUN ‘n FUN Expo and Fly In where their live social media coverage during and after an EF1 tornado was showcased by the Lakeland Ledger.

    Kevin is active on most social media platforms and has been a guest lecturer for USF, Leadership Manatee, Leadership Lakeland, and the Tampa Bay International Society for Performance Improvement. Kevin received his degree in Psychology from California State University, Fullerton, served in the US Army, and worked for over 20 years in corporate training and communications.