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7 Reasons Crazy Egg Will Be Successful

The eagerly anticipated launch of Crazy Egg (or do you say Crazyegg?) is here! Crazy Egg allows you to “Visualize Your Visitors” and gives you a clear picture of where your visitors are clicking and allows you to enhance your site’s results. By inserting a simple few lines of code, Crazy Egg allows you to […]

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Introducing 3.0

Lately, Google has been showing that is it participating in customer listening. This is good! I hope it continues. Since I’ve started studying search engine marketing these past full months full time, I’ve been applying to Google – even with employee referrals of former co-workers and people I’ve met at Search Engine Strategies, etc. with […]

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Catch-up: Through the Voice of Peter Harkins

In our increasingly thriving tech community here in Chicago, one of the more unique people is Peter Harkins. Peter is incredibly bright and talented in terms of both programming and comnon sense beyond his years. He is responsible for the current version of the Sociable plugin. In fact, I recently learned that an introduction I […]

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Larry Levy – A Chicago Original

There was a great video interview with Larry Levy in Crain’s Chicago Business this week. For those of you who do not know Larry, he is the founder is the Levy Restaurant empire based in Chicago. Some highlights from the article if you don’t have a few moments to view it include: “Partnership in a […]

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Cellular Startups and Carriers the Next Google(s)?

The Wall Street Journal had a very interesting article today about how celluar carriers are shying away from partnering with Yahoo! and Google and instead forming partnerships with smaller entities that they can control. It’s interesting and exciting to me because it’s a modified pay per call play – not just search. This is truly […]

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