When a QR code block appeared in the premier of the Disney plus Marvel show I thought you myself “That pause was intentional”. I was right. No spoiler, see for yourself.
Sometimes in ‘surfing’ you find a page with an issue of some kind or another, and the question I have is did you tell the site owner about it? Send an email to them via their contact page (unless of course that’s the issue) or even better call them on the phone? If the ‘what goes around, comes around’ is true, then each time you help out another webmaster’s project they also can be charged with paying their dues and corrections can be a part of what they do.
I was just on the phone pointing out an error in anchor text to a customer, they thanked me, and for the days that we don’t make lots of money, thank you’s will have to do.
Weekly Roundup of content shared from the desk of Guy R Cook – Web Developer
Six Small Business Statistics That May Surprise You http://shar.es/lU8xi via @sharethis
What Makes A Success… http://bit.ly/10mrUUH #pinterest pic.twitter.com/VNoNlizG1v
Marketing strategies… http://bit.ly/ZDO3hc #pinterest pic.twitter.com/xm1nYfmCbq
6 Super Call-to-Actions (Plus Tips) http://bit.ly/10x1zmP
9 Tips for Building Your Brand with SlideShare – Brand Driven Digital http://www.branddrivendigital.com/9-tips-for-building-your-brand-with-slideshare/ … via @nickwestergaard
http://www.slideshare.net/guyrcook1/social-mediaforartists Social Media for Artists
“What a Social Media Manager ensures is that he focuses on each and every aspect of the brand needs because at the end, personalization is everything here. He is supposed to know your needs and strategise accordingly. Thus, employ the expertise of a social media manager and enjoy the perks of a swollen pool of customers in a brief period of time.”