More On-Site SEO Tips for Beginners

May 14, 2015 in Website Marketing

Today we present you with an SEO-related post from Edwin Smith, a Toronto-based expert in the field. 

Learning about SEO and how you can optimize your site’s SEO performance is an eternal effort. There are new things to discover as search engines update their algorithms. However, there are also a lot of basics that most site owners still forget regarding their on-site SEO efforts. In this article we will offer some tips for avoiding a few critical on-site SEO fundamentals.

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Unfavorite Your Tweets in Bulk

January 6, 2015 in Uncategorized

Wipe your favorited tweets and start with a clean slate\r\nwith Bulk Twitter Unfavoriting Service


Do you have more twitter favorites than you know what to do with? Are you tired of manually clicking through Twitter deselecting those orange stars to undo all the tweets you”ve favorited? I was there once too. Desperate to actually participate on Twitter instead of tediously unclick favorite after favorite, I created a tool that unfavorites tweets in bulk for you. Now I want to help make your life easier as well.


All you have to do is select your package below. We”ll exchange two emails and before you know it your profile will be free of tweets. You just sit back and relax (or retweet) until I send you a message confirming that I”ve fulfilled your order. It”s that simple.


Ready to order? Select from one of the packages below.
\r\nI”ll get started right away





Does Twitter have a problem with this service? Isn”t doing things in bulk on Twitter wrong?


This process is 100% safe. I”ve carefully looked up the Twitter guidelines and spread out the process of deleting favorites over time so Twitter doesn”t think you”re doing anything suspicious.


How long will it take you to deliver my order?


I usually start working on your account within one business day. At that point you can expect to drop at least 1,000 followers per day. Because I”m careful about mass deleting favorites at a rate that Twitter finds reasonable, sizeable orders may take awhile to deliver. I”ll keep you in the loop though, and you will see results almost instantaneously.


I have another question but it”s not answered here.

I”m happy to answer any of your questions. Just contact me here and I”ll get back to you.

In the (Near) Future, Objects Will Transform Themselves

January 27, 2014 in Uncategorized

Although The Internet of Things is hardly mature, we’re already used to hearing how people can control their lights, thermostats, and just about anything you can imagine from their cell phones. Software, sensors and network connections are coming together to foster a future where the things we carry most often (cell phones, computers and tablets) are starting to control or help fulfill an increasing number of our everyday needs.

All of this is amazing, but in some ways not nearly as incredible as some of the technological innovations we’re starting to see on the materials side. More often than not, we look right past the surfaces that cover our devices. We focus on computer chips and processing speed, but some of the most interesting innovations in our cell phones and televisions are happening just on the surface.
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January 19, 2014 in Scribbles

paper airplane sketch

Paperplanes are the best and the worst thing. Small, easily constructible acts of wonder. But the bursts are short. Great for prototyping I suppose, but I want my inventions to be built to last.

Google Analytics Explained: The Difference Between Time on Site vs Time on Page

December 11, 2013 in Uncategorized

Have you noticed that when it comes to duration related statistics, Google Analytics has two? One is Average Time on Site and the other is Average Time on Page. If you’re interested in learning the difference, keep reading.

Like learning to play a new board game, this is one of those things that’s best illustrated via example. Let’s pretend someone visits our website at 3:00pm. At 3:02 they click on a link that sends them to a second page on our site. At 3:06 they go to a third page. At some point after that they exit our website. We know that they were on the site from 3:00 to 3:06, but in general, we don’t know how long the user was on that last page.
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Easy Wheels

August 6, 2013 in Uncategorized

The following piece has been living on a mostly forgotten Blogger account for awhile now. I thought of it recently and decided to move it here.

I think I may have met God tonight. Not in the “I found Jesus” sort of way, but Jesus may have found me. She walked up when a friend and I were on the corner of 1st Avenue and 3rd Street, debating whether or not we ought to pick up the scrap wood slats we’d found laying on the sidewalk. “To bedbug or not to bedbug?” we asked each other, and of course the prospect of using the strong wood pieces for an insulated rooftop-fort beat any risk imaginable. Just as we were gathering everything in that awkward 10 foot tall Christmas-tree sort of way, a woman walked up with a black four wheeled granny cart labeled “Easy Wheels.” “Put it here Mami,” she insisted, and so we had no choice.

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How to Remove Ads in Your Gmail Inbox

July 27, 2013 in Uncategorized

If you use Gmail in the browser, chances are you’ve seen Google’s latest attempt at making a little extra money off of its users. In addition to those sidebar ads you may have learned to ignore by now, Gmail is dropping email-looking promotion ads onto the top of the Promotions tab in that brand new, fancy tabbed inbox they gave you. In case you haven’t seen it (or if you just want to confirm we’re talking about the same thing), those ads probably look something like this:

Gmail Ads

If you just want to get rid of these pesky new ads, skip to the “How to Get Rid of The Gmail Ads” section of this article below and I’ll take care of you. If you’re interested in my gues as to why Gmail did this, keep on reading on, my dear friend.

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Best Reads & the Endless Possibilities of Our Future

July 19, 2013 in Uncategorized

It’s been a little quiet here, and for that I apologize. It’s time for me to get back into writing shape. Until then, I plan to write periodic updates of the best things I’ve read and seen across the web. Enjoy and feel free to reach out

Interesting News

Who ‘wooda’ thought? Ikea uses 1% of the world’s wood supply each year. Imagine how much wood they’d use if their products weren’t actually hollow – (Daily Mail)

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Making a Strong First Impression: Capture the Attention of an Online Audience

June 10, 2013 in Uncategorized

Today we are proud to welcome Nicolas D’Alleva of, a call center service company for large and small businesses alike. Without further ado, I give you his tips for capturing the attention of your target audience.

In online writing, everything comes down to the hook. You have mere seconds to attract the attention of the reader and only a few more to get your message across.

Capturing the attention of a fleeting audience may seem like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. By utilizing a few tried and true strategies, you can increase the views and reader retention rate of your blog. Here’s how:

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