Lifetime Products and why they chose to move to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010

Everyone who follows my blog knows that I love to live on the cutting edge of technology. I’ve been running Windows 7 at home for the last several months, I beta tested Microsoft OneCare and Security Essentials before either one of them hit the public. I’ve even played around with Office 2010! While all of…

Lifetime Products and why they chose to move to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010

Everyone who follows my blog knows that I love to live on the cutting edge of technology. I’ve been running Windows 7 at home for the last several months, I beta tested Microsoft OneCare and Security Essentials before either one of them hit the public. I’ve even played around with Office 2010! While all of…

Lifetime Products and why they chose to move to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010

Everyone who follows my blog knows that I love to live on the cutting edge of technology. I’ve been running Windows 7 at home for the last several months, I beta tested Microsoft OneCare and Security Essentials before either one of them hit the public. I’ve even played around with Office 2010! While all of…

How Lifetime Products Uses Data Feeds on the Web

@markmathson made a simple comment on Twitter. He said “I agree […], RSS is not dead. […]” I replied that Lifetime Products (my employer) is using data feeds today more than ever. He wanted to know more… What are Feeds? (RSS, ATOM, RDF) “Feeds” (for the purpose of this article) are an alternately formatted view…

SEO Tip: An introduction to Search Engine Optimization, Placement, and Marketing; SEO

Many of you may already know, I’m involved with SEM (including SEO & SEP) with my employer. First off, let me give you some background and define terms: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) What is SEO? This term is almost universally used incorrectly. Most SEO Strategists or “purists” call this “on-page” SEO; in other words, SEO…

Google gets hopped up on Caffeine

As we’ve discussed before, Google (and other search engines) are continually tweaking their search algorithms in an attempt to make search results more relvant to what the user is actually searching for. How they do this is closely guarded and always moving, but we suspect there is some component of Sangria and Voodoo involved. Most…