LinkedIn follies

I got a laugh today when I checked out my LinkedIn profile. LinkedIn shows a “who viewed you also viewed” section. I can see how they would check out several other Ad 2 members who have had a similar career path. These included San Diego iPhone development company Treeline Interactive. Barack Obama though? Are we… Continue reading LinkedIn follies

Czar Justice

I recently spruced up my old buddy (no pun intended) Justice Hill’s. Justice is a very talented Ohio Sports Writer who has written for MLB.com, Yahoo Sports, Seattle Times and a whole bunch of other first class publications. Justice was my first friend when I interned with the Indians back in 2002. He has provided… Continue reading Czar Justice

San Diego AMA Event Review

I went to a San Diego American Marketing Association event on Thursday, September 17. This event was at the Hilton in Mission Valley. Andrea Connelly, SEO Manager for TurboTax, spoke about Cracking Open the “Black Box” of Search Engine Optimization. Andrea started with a general introduction to search engine optimization. I was scared that this… Continue reading San Diego AMA Event Review

Cloud Powered WordPress

Darren Rush spoke about Cloud Powered WordPress at WordCamp La. Darren is a serial entrepreneur who is currently working on Koders.com, breitbart.com and biggovernment.com. His talk was geared towards wordpress performance, search and user experience. Darren really emphasized the importance of cloud servers to help improve your site’s performance. Cloud servers allows you to utilize… Continue reading Cloud Powered WordPress

Meet the WordPress Family

Beau Lebens presented the meet the WordPress family at the WordCampLa Seminar. He is a lead developer at Automattic and has been there for over 4 years. This seminar took place at the beautiful Loyola Marymount university in Los Angeles. The WordPress family consists of five projects:

Happy Birthday HermsDigital

It’s hard to believe but Hermsdigital as been around for a year. To give you some background, HermsDigital was the first name for my company. After blogging for a couple of months, I decided that BigTuna Interactive was a better fit for my San Diego Interactive Agency professional services. I would continue to blog on… Continue reading Happy Birthday HermsDigital

Get a Google Profile

Google recently started adding individuals Google profile to the search engine results page (serp). Everyone who is half way interested in managing their online reputation should sign up for one asap.  If you have a Google profile, it will appear at the bottom of the serp. I’m a huge fan of this Google program as… Continue reading Get a Google Profile

Digital Healthcare Alliance Launched

One of the biggest beneficiaries of this year’s stimulus act is going to be the electronic digitalization industry.  Two industry giants, EMC and Fujitsu have co-sponsored a microsite developed by BigTuna Interactive. The Digital Healthcare Alliance is a source to demystify the stimulus act. As we stand, many details of the stimulus act are still… Continue reading Digital Healthcare Alliance Launched

Adobe customer support sucks

Had the worst experience with Adobe customer support this morning. To summarize: Called 5 times. Had my call dropped 3 times at the 20 minute mark. Repeated all my information 10 times. Customer support reps barely understood english. Adobe makes some great products. However, the post sales help is brutal.