November 28, 2011
November 23, 2011
Like us and win during our 6 Days Of Giveaways!
Like we mentioned in our Thanksgiving post last week, we here at Alter Imaging are truly thankful for our amazing clients! Over the past 10 years, we’ve had the privilege of being digital partners with some amazing local and national companies, and we’re honored that they’ve decided to return the love and provide gifts for our very first annual 6 Days of Giveaways!
Our delicious holiday feast
We here at Alter Imaging have a lot to be thankful for…great clients, awesome employees, the new Twilight movie and so much more.
To celebrate this holiday devoted to gathering round with friends and eating yummy food, we held a Thanksgiving lunch at the office yesterday.
November 8, 2011
There is no magic button you can push to increase your influence.
Those of you that know me probably know me either through my position here at Alter Imaging as a internet marketer or through UNC Charlotte as a basic web design instructor. I live online. I’m active on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus. I write articles on internet marketing. I’m actively working on growing my online influence.
My wife, however, is a different story.
November 3, 2011
If you see "https" in your Google url, you are affected by this.
Last month Google made a significant announcement that literally shook the SEO community. To sum up, if a user is logged into Google, their default connection will now be secure. Not a big deal in itself, but search marketers now lose the ability to see which organic keywords brought traffic and led to transactions.
If someone searched for “web designers, in Charlotte NC” through a secure connection on Google, that traffic would now be lumped in to the (not provided) category.
We know they came from Google. We just don’t know what they typed into Google to get to us. (more…)
Movember is a charitable movement that transforms November into a worldwide mustache-growing contest that happens each year. For one month, guys around the world will embark on growing the “perfect moustache” to raise money and awareness for men’s cancer research.