Early this morning, as we made our way down the The St. Regis Deer Valley Hotel’s scenic funicular to begin the journey home, I was moved by Park City Utah’s stunning mountain terrain by dawn’s snowy light. The romantic mood was fitting, especially given my gratitude for the experience of speaking yesterday at MediaPost’s prestigious […]
Last October during a mundane office cleaning, the aimClear team happened upon an epically rad relic of the 80’s… a black & white 36×48 inch relic, to be more precise. Publication of The Lost Marty Weintraub Rockstar Pictures gave new meaning to the tongue and cheek “PPC rockstar” and “Social Media rockstar” verbiage that had been lobbed […]
The disdain on their faces is usually palpable. I’ve been experiencing subtle Facebook derision from mainstream SEOs now for two years. Last week’s edition was a conversation with Greg Boser, President and CEO – 3 Dog Media, a new friend and brilliant speaker on the SMX Search Marketing Conference series circuit. Dude is a salty-dog […]
Power girl on the prowl…
I’ve been watching TweetDeck all morning for the real-time search “thankful.” Feeling extremely grateful, I asked a couple a’ thousand of our closest friends what exactly they were thankful for. Some of the answers from tweeps were warm and touching. We found some snarky-ass results in Twitter search segment SERPs, which we grabbed to RT-share […]
The wind whistles howling, this blustery Canal Park morning, 7:20 AM. The water churns brown, surface licking little whitecaps, tinted iron ore agitated by waves. There’s going to be snow south of us along the Shores of Lake Superior today, hazardous travel they say. It’s about 43 degrees Fahrenheit outside but I’m good. Each year […]
It’s been interesting to note search journalists lobbing tongue and cheek verbiage like “PPC rockstar,” “Social Media rockstar” and other mutually indulgent hyperbole at Marty. All seriousness aside, we were cleaning out the office today and found a poster, circa 1985, that left the weekend aimClear crew howling. In a momentary haze, Marty gave me […]
photo credit: Rebecca Miller Gazing out this Airbus A319’s window, dreamlike cirrus clouds expand towards the far horizon. I travel tens of thousands of miles each year, but some trips are special. Others, like this week in New York for SMX, are pilgrimages.