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How Small Businesses Compete [Infographic]

By Brittany Berger, September 26, 2012

Hopefully, regular readers of our blog know that we believe in the power of the Internet to level the playing field between big brands and small businesses.

Optimize Your New Twitter Profile

By Brittany Berger, September 21, 2012

On Tuesday, Twitter CEO Dick Costolo went on the Today Show to talk about Twitter and announce some prettybig changes to Twitter profiles, along with a new iPad app and updated iPhone and Android apps. The biggest change across all platforms is the new "header photos," which make the profiles look at lot more like Facebook Timelines. There are changes to all platforms, including photo streams for Twitter for iPhone and Android and anew layout on iPads. Almost all of the changes are to put...

SEO 101: What Is Black Hat SEO?

By Brittany Berger, September 19, 2012

A few weeks ago, we introduced the basics of search engine optimization to increase your visibility on the web. At the bottom of the infographic, there was a section titled "The Crimes of SEO," which outlined tactics that are referred to as 'black hat SEO.' Today we want to talk more about black hat SEO and why you should avoid such tactics at all costs.

Online Advertising in the 2012 Elections

By Brittany Berger, September 07, 2012

Without a doubt, this year's elections will be influenced by digital media more than any past races. Sure, we were entering a digital era back in 2008, but by now the Internet follows us wherever we go and whatever we do. We rely on computers and Internet connections so much more than we did the last time we voted for a president.

eZanga's 5th Year on Inc. 5000 List

By Brittany Berger, September 05, 2012

Inc. Magazine recently released the annual Inc. 500|5000 list for 2012. The list ranks the top 5000 fastest-growing, private companies in the nation, according to percentage growth over the past four years. It started out as the Inc. 500 list in 1982, but the magazine expanded the list to the Inc. 5000 in 2007 to represent a "broader and deeper understanding of the entrepreneurial landscape, as well as recognize a larger percentage of this important and growing market segment."