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Submitted by on 09/05/2010 - 03:06

Not too long ago (June 21, 2010), an article came out talking about Kadanuumuu. According to scientists, Kadanuumuu would be a great grand father of Lucy, one of our ancestors. This gave me the idea of calling my blog here Kadanuumuu blog blog.

Why? Because Kadanuumuu means ...

Submitted by on 09/03/2010 - 17:16

I have been around for a while, as you may have guessed, and this is a subject that comes up quite often... What domain name should I get for my company?

As you can see, this website is called Snap! Websites. The name of the product is Snap! and it is all about you creating a website online. Already guessing the answer for your website?

Submitted by on 09/03/2010 - 01:57
Categories: Articles Marketing

I'm probably not the top expert in Internet Marketing, nor at Branding. But I do very well understand both concepts. The masses do not (they get trapped by it!)

My first example at branding is the following Google Search:

Notice that I did not put the quotes as in "alexis wilke". Thus, this search returns all the Alexis Wilke in the world and any approximation of the terms. Right? Not really. The first page is 100% about me. Actually, the first 80 or so websites1 returned are a reference ...

  • 1. Should be more today, I checked about a year ago...
Submitted by on 09/01/2010 - 22:42
Categories: Internet Technology

(Twitter is over capacity)In the last few days, I got the "Twitter is Over Capacity" message probably 5 times. If you are a heavy user of the service, you probably got it too. It has been going for about 2 weeks now.

I'm sorry for the company, but I can understand that, technically, it is quite a challenge to make such a network run smoothly 24/71.

This post is an attempt to show non-technical people what we do, silly billies like me, to allow millions of people to use one single Internet service such as Twitter, all at the same time. The concept is similar for all web based systems: Google, Facebook, Snap! Websites, etc.

  • 1. When you know that millions of tweets are sent by robots on standalone accounts, it is annoying, because a lot of the Twitter capacity is used for no reason whatsoever... Most people do not follow robots. They repeat themselves quite a bit and they don't have conversation.
Submitted by on 08/31/2010 - 13:15
Categories: Software Technology

One of the main reason for writing a blog is to attract readership. Otherwise you could as well be doing some exercise or have a beer watching your favorite TV show.

The readership is especially useful if you have a message to promote (political, social, business, health...) For instance, I quite often mention my Snap! Websites system, obviously since I'm writing about it! Yet, even though it is toward promoting Snap!, you can get a lot of valuable information from my posts, and, of course, I expect you to remember the name Snap!...

Good. Now... How can I remember all the important things to write a post?

Submitted by on 08/30/2010 - 23:25
Categories: Advertising SEO Marketing

Last week I talked about RSS feeds, explaining how that Internet technology works and the main purpose for you to broadcast your RSS feed information.

Here I will talk about another aspect of your RSS feed to strengthen your SEO1. Remember that all Snap! Websites generate an RSS feed, even the free trial.

When you write an article, you should include one or two links in your teaser (the teaser is the part that gets broadcast via your RSS feed for people to read... or rather, to tease people in clicking on your RSS links and get them to read your blog on and on and on...)

  • 1. Remember that all the acronyms in my posts are defined. Hover the mouse over words underlined like SEO and see the definition appear in a tooltip.
Submitted by on 08/26/2010 - 07:22

Quite often, when I talk to people, they have no clue of what RSS is, how it works and what good it can do for them. Put simply:

RSS is a technology used by website owners to stay in touch with their audience

RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. This Internet technology creates syndicated content from your posts that many in your audience can follow using tools such as Outlook, Thunderbird, Chrome, FireFox or Internet Explorer.

Try clicking on this icon: (Feed Icon)

So? How does it work?

Submitted by on 08/25/2010 - 16:02
Categories: Devices Technology

I have been working with computers since 1980 and in the last 30 years I have seen an incredible evolution and it is still moving forward, quickly.

Computers use several technologies to save your data. I will be talking about the main four that people use today: ROM1, RAM, Hard Drives, and Flash Drives.

  • 1. Notice the underline that appears under acronyms? Those are automatically added by (Small Snap! Logo) Snap! Websites when you install the Glossary feature.
Submitted by on 08/24/2010 - 14:14
Categories: Social Media Marketing


Not that long ago, I would have been telling you that Facebook is not for me. Well... I now have over 3,600 friends on Facebook (and I probably already had over 100 people de-friend me...)

So? What are Social Media websites for? Primarily, it is to make friends. You talk with people, share your adventures of the day, and as most people do, mention your likes and dislikes (and also for super extraverts: share you moods!)

Submitted by on 08/23/2010 - 14:50
Categories: Internet Technology

First, welcome to my (Small Snap! Logo) Snap! Websites Blog.

Last Monday, August 16, 2010, Made to Order Software launched our new system called (Small Snap! Logo) Snap!

This website is the logical continuation for (Small Snap! Logo) Snap!, a place just and only for our new baby product. Although we already have many pages about (Small Snap! Logo) Snap! on our corporate website, I thought it would be a lot easier if they all were on this website instead since there are so many other things on the corporate website...