Most Christians associate Peter’s vision and food laws as a proof that the Law was abolished. Maybe it’s time for believers to reconsider.
In the last few months (the beginning of the year 2017), I have found the subject of truth to be a recurring theme. The new phrase “fake news” now shows up regularly. It seems almost everything published now must be scrutinized through some filter to determine if it’s true. If we’re really concerned about truth, perhaps we should even consider the filters we use to sift out the truth, and whether those filters are true, or perhaps tainted with our own incorrect opinions.
Maybe I shouldn’t expect good customer service anymore, but I still do. When someone goes beyond good and gives excellence, I…well…I guess I write about it.
I learned a few things about myself on Twitter last week. No, nothing related to marketing or building an audience. I’m certain I didn’t learn any universal truths about the platform. It all began with an unintentional discussion on Twitter. Here’s what I learned.
As a site owner in a competitive environment, you need every edge possible to do well in search results. Both Google and Bing have openly stated that page loading speed plays a factor in their ranking algorithms.
Have you been sitting in your easy chair too much lately, pondering the subtle differences in how to respond to someone via Twitter? No? Good. Perhaps your real-world social life is healthier than mine. But for those of you wondering whether to use the Twitter reply or mention, and how they differ…well just kick back the recliner and take a few minutes while we go over when to use each one.
Twitter let the world know yesterday that they’ve made it easier to tweet, apparently by putting the input bar at the top of the home page timeline. In a characteristically flash-mob fashion, 95% of all Twitter users simultaneously said, “Huh?”
This new bit of tech wizardry helps keep track of your stuff. When technology can alleviate some of life’s aggravations, you know it’s a winner.
Content is what engages your site visitors. It’s the text that keeps them reading, the pictures that pull them in. It’s the audio and video clips that inform and entertain them. It’s also the magic juju that gets search engine love. Content is the lifeblood of a website. Without a consistent flow of quality content, your website is just a billboard on the outskirts of a ghost town.
A recent LinkedIn post by Fortune Magazine editor Adam Lashinsky has garnered quite a bit of attention. Oh, it’s good attention—if you subscribe to that “all publicity is good publicity” thinking, anyway. It’s also a great study in how not to use social media.