I’ve been marketing on the web since 1998, first for my own business, then around 2002 to help other business people. Being around that long you see certain themes start to repeat.
So first, a disclaimer. I’m assuming that I’m @KingsHawaiian‘s favorite influencer because though I don’t really think of myself as your typical tastemaker, I do think of myself as generally awesome. They’ve paid me nothing for this blog post, but yeah, I’d take their money and update this disclaimer to say so. 🙂
I can’t say that I felt there was any particular mystery to why YouTube and Google+ were connected. In fact, once that connection evolved into an authentication process, instead of being outraged as a YouTube subscriber, as a channel owner, I was optimistic that this could result in troll reduction.
I’m a huge Bethenny Frankel fan. My sister got me watching the Real Housewives of New York – it was our only bonding time with two sets of twins running us ragged. So there’s more than one reason I was happy to see this about an hour ago.
My friend Kendrick from InTheCapital asked me how he could see everything he ever liked on Facebook. And I realized that most people don’t know that you can find this information, with two caveats that I discuss in the video.
A key concept in generating more traffic to a website is understanding how your site is currently situated in the web.