Hi! I'm Dane Carlson, and welcome to the Business Opportunities Weblog. I've been publishing this website, by myself, and sometimes with the help of others for over twelve years now. You'll notice two things about this site right away:
The new local search platform is designed to meet all of the internet advertising demands of the local business owner, while appealing to the local consumer both functionally and visually.
Search engine optimization can raise your website’s profile, delivering more traffic, more customers, and bigger revenues.
Even though Microsoft has blasted us with advertising for their new search engine Bing, we still use Google.
When you start a search at Google, the software tries to help by offering real-time suggestions to complete your search query as you type.
Twellow – this service from WebProNews was the first of its kind back in the day (what’s that about 9 months ago) and is more like a directory than a search tool, but I still like way it puts people into categories like a phone book.
To list your local business in Bing, head to the Bing Local Listing Center.
The new name for Microsoft’s search engine is meant to capture the sound effect of a lightbulb moment.
Wolfram/Alpha has launched, but after a few searches it’s an open question whether the search engine can break out of a narrow niche for select users.