Coffee Articles

Your Blog is (or should be) a Coffee Shop

Many of us enjoy the free WiFi offered at today’s Coffee Shopsbut Coffee Shops are not popular because of WiFi.

Yahoo Serving Coffee And Ads

A marketing blitz by Yahoo with television and radio advertising will culminate Friday with a coupon offering free Dunkin’ Donuts coffee to those who set their browser home pages to Yahoo.

Heading to WebmasterWorld PubCon 2006 in Boston

I’m heading out on a late night flight for Boston this evening to attend the WebmasterWorld conference in Boston.

Goofus & Gallant: Business Ideas

Seth Godin’s book, Free Prize Inside, looks at creating “ideas that make our products and services remarkable.”

Pubcon 10 Las Vegas Starts Tuesday

Monday I leave for Las Vegas to attend Pubcon 10, WebmasterWorld’s Search Engine Marketing Conference.

A Blog Redesign That Rocks

A while back, I wrote about a study that suggested the design of blogs was an inhibitor to usability, particularly among those who are less-than-familiar with the various unique elements of a blog.

ESRB Says Hot Coffee For Adults Only

Major retailers Wal-Mart and Target announced they are pulling copies of the controversial and best-selling video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas after the industry’s own watch dog panel officially changed the rating to “Adults Only (AO).”

Booty Call Pours Hot Coffee On Grand Theft Auto

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas continues to catch a lot of heat over the booty call the hero pays to his ol’ lady in the game. Normally, users get to hear the action, with the mod causing all the trouble; users get to see the soft-core action. That’s what’s got Rockstar Games in the middle of this hot coffee controversy.

GT & A: Grand Theft Porno or Just Hot Coffee

The Grand Theft Auto (GTA) series of computer games thrives on controversy and they’ve got themselves a stolen car full this time. Rockstar Games, the game’s manufacturer may have more on their plate than they can handle.

Steve Rubel’s First Podcast

Sunday morning is a great time to listen to podcasts, new discoveries as well as a favourite or two as I sip my cuppa …

WebmasterWorld Conference Wrap-up

As a veteran of last year’s San Jose SES, I certainly understand the benefit of conferences when it comes to everything related to search engines including; marketing, optimization, link strategies, and so on. The amount of insider knowledge you are privy to can be incredibly valuable.

Coffee with a Living Legend

Today I had coffee with Mike Kaltschnee of Hacking Netflix, Ryan Saghir of Orbitcast (a great satellite radio blog I never heard of) and …

Coffee Table Blogs

Just when you think you’ve seen everything, here’s a new service called BlogBinders that turns your blog into a bound printed book.

Mini-Quiz: Write for Global Customers

The web and e-mail now enable customers to reach you from any part of the globe. It is estimated that 510 million non-native English speakers–global customers– will be online by 2003. And even your nearby customers may not be native English speakers. Idioms, such as spread ourselves too thin or think outside the box, may be unclear to global customers who are confused by the expression’s literal meaning.

How Taking More Coffee Breaks Can Get You Promoted

A recent study by Pfeffer and Sutton, presented in their book, “The Knowing-Doing Gap,” found that when 1,000 employees in business, government, and non-profit organizations were surveyed, it turned out that most workplace learning goes on “unbudgeted, unplanned and uncaptured by the organization.”