In Part I, I wrote about the problems of using HTML 5’s new semantic elements. Ambiguity in the purposes of… Read more Semantic HTML: A Guide to Semantic Markup, Part II
Introduction: Semantic HTML HTML 5 introduced a number of new DOM elements that made meaningful semantic HTML a real possibility.… Read more Semantic HTML: A Guide to Semantic Markup, Part I
Microsoft Advertising, formerly Bing Ads, is a PPC, or pay-per-click advertising service offered by Microsoft. Similar to Google Ads, Microsoft… Read more Beginner’s Tips for Microsoft Advertising
A description and analysis of three common price-setting strategies, and how they relate to online retail stores.
A quick discussion about Internet branding and the benefits–and limitations–of SEO marketing.
The distinction between a goal and a plan, and how to avoid confusing the two.
I’ve been running my online retail business, The American Made Retail Company, for about two weeks now. That’s not long,… Read more Online Retail: Five Observations from a Beginner
NDNM is live on Gearbubble! NDNM (Ni Dieux, Ni Maitre, or Neither Gods, Nor Masters*) is a new brand I’m… Read more NDNM Now Live on Gearbubble!
Two interesting things happened to me the other day. Facebook rejected my ads for allegedly attempting to exploit controversial social… Read more Antifragility and Big Tech
Another quick post to mention that I’ve launched a new line of products through Gearbubble. This first design an American… Read more New Gearbubble Launch!