OneSignal: Add Push Notifications by Desktop, App, or Email

Each month, I’d get a couple of thousand returning visitors through browser push notifications that we integrated. Unfortunately, the platform we chose is now shutting down so I had to find a new one. Worse, there’s no way of importing those old subscribers back to our site so we’re going to take a hit. For that reason, I needed to choose a platform that’s well-known and scalable. And I found it in OneSignal. Not only

The Future Isn’t Jobless and Never Has Been

The paranoia regarding the future of artificial intelligence, robotics, and automation really needs to stop. Every industrial and technical revolution in history opened humans up to unlimited opportunities for applying their talent and creativity. It’s not that certain jobs don’t disappear – of course they do. But those jobs are replaced by new jobs. As I look around my office today and review our work, it’s all new! I watch and present on our AppleTV,

Kapost: Content Collaboration, Production, Distribution, and Analysis

For enterprise content marketers, Kapost provides a platform that assists your team in collaborating and producing content, workflows and distribution of that content, and analysis of the consumption of the content. For regulated industries, Kapost is also helpful in providing an audit trail on content edits and approvals. Here’s an overview: Kapost manages each step of the process in a single platform: Strategy – Kapost provides a persona framework where you define each stage in

Migrate from CMS to CMS

WordPress, Joomla, K2, Drupal, TYPO3, Blogger, Tumblr… have you ever needed to migrate from one site to the other? We have and it’s often torturous and requires a ton of manual effort. Not only that, but even once you have the content transferred, it often doesn’t deal with users, category and tag taxonomies, URL slugs, comments or images. In short, it’s always been a lot of work… until now. Alex Griffis, the CTO of MaxTradeIn

Blogger a Haven for Black Hat SEO

Good friend and mentor, Ron Brumbarger dropped me a note this morning with a disturbing link to a blog on Blogger that popped up on some Google Alerts for some keywords he was following. I won’t repeat the keywords here, as I don’t want my visitors backlinking or visiting the blog, but the findings were quite disturbing. Here’s a section of text from a blog that I found linked to: The URL and name of