Archive for July, 2012

Google Power Search Status: Achieved

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Google Power SearchEnlightening course I took recently on getting the most out of the searches I enter into Google.  Basically, a very good class for anyone that researches or just spends a lot of time on the PC.  With my Job, I fall into the latter category.

As with all Google courses it was informative and I recommend it.

Before & After: Eastern Energy Solutions

Recently, I finished up a website redesign project for Eastern Energy Solutions.  They are a fast-growing, leading energy contracting & consulting firm in NY State.

They came to me looking to do three things:

1.  Update the old .html/flash code to better reflect their fresh and professional image

2.  Make their website easier and more appealing to navigate

3. Remove the outdated flash components that weren’t rendering on some mobile devices (increase device compatibility)

This was a rather large project due to the large amount of content and case studies we added to the site. Read the rest of this entry »

Golf Courses Reaching Out More With Social Media

Golf courses are finding that reaching out to the new generation of golfers requires speaking their language.

More specifically, engaging with them on Facebook and social media.

Bobby Jones facebook

If Facebook was around then, Mr. Jones would have been all over it…

This article I came across in PGA Magazine addresses this new need for golf courses to revise their digital strategy. Read the rest of this entry »