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Kristine Schachinger

Kristine Schachinger

Consultant

Articles by Kristine Schachinger

  1. How To Use HTML Meta Tags

    Meta tags aren’t a magical solution, but they will help ensure your website appears on search engine results pages. This tutorial explains what HTML meta tags are, which meta tags matter, and how to avoid mistakes when implementing meta tags.

  2. Why Vegas is a True Start-Up City #VegasTech

    VegasTech is technepreneursim at its best. Every part of the city is touched in some way by this new spirit. And in Vegas tech, people are infinitely supportive of each other. Here are some people and technologies helping make Vegas so special.

  3. NSTIC, Google & SEO

    The new changes to Google rel="author", rel="publisher", social relationships as a ranking factor, SSL search for keyword data, changes to the privacy policy to represent EU standards – the list goes on – are all seemingly unrelated. But are they?

  4. In Google We Trust (Your Identity)

    Google, PayPal and Equifax are the first three official, federally credentialed, Identity Providers of the NSTICs Identity Ecosystem. What does that mean and why should I care? This article looks at how it is being used, and why it matters to you.

  5. Carr and Arrington Go 'All In' On #VegasTech

    The Vegas technology economy has the talent, community, infrastructure, and money, and has been bubbling up for a while. But the beacons are out there now, showing that there is something much larger at play. Here’s why Vegas is so exciting.

  6. @Twitter Isn't It Obvious? The Party is Over

    With Ev Williams and Biz Stone solidly out of the day-to-day picture and Twitter’s positions of the last year, it seems the end of Twitter as we know it has just been accelerated. Where is Twitter headed and are they flying in the wrong direction?

  7. Google Chromebooks: Why You Should Just Say No

    Google's newly rebranded ChromeOS, which we learned at Google I/O is now called ChromeBooks, may not be a good thing for consumers. If you buy what Google's selling, you stand to lose power, privacy, control, and freedom. Granted, right now...

  8. The Web: Why Users No Longer Matter

    Don't you miss the good old days when huge companies like Google and Facebook didn't force worse user experiences on us? A severe lack of competition is allowing these companies to undermine the Web's fundamental principles.

  9. Has Google Jumped the Shark?

    Google's core product (search) has become steadily inferior while distracting people with "cool" technologies. Here's my wish list of things Google should change in 2011 (but probably won't).