With a college screenwriting background, Frank turns SEO and Social Media campaigns into complicated narratives with intricate plot twists and subtle literary devices.
He draws influence from his background in freelance design and project management.
When not advancing the virtual empires of his clients you can find him at the Venice volleyball courts or covering a show for his music blog.
Ever since Facebook and Google sought to make the web more open and social, there has been a lot of talk about protecting privacy. But it wasn't until I drove home yesterday and was listening to NPR's All Things Considered that I realized how mainstream this debate has become. [...more]
With Halloween fast approaching, here are some last-minute costume ideas sure to make you the talk of your office party. [...more]
Almost everyone here at The Search Agency works closely with Google on a daily basis. So it will come as no surprise that many of us signed up to get into the Google Wave beta months ago. Well, no one got accepted, except...me. [...more]
Yahoo! made their new homepage available to visitors this week. Will a design makeover, new personalization tools, and enhanced social media integration earn Yahoo! more eyeballs and a bigger slice of the search market? [...more]
Dear Facebook, You had to begin your vanity URL landgrab at 9PM on a Friday. I guess I am lucky to be in Los Angeles – a New York residence could have made this a much darker tale. Please do not take my anecdote lightly, as this is not a simple note from a single […] [...more]
When beginning my research on any single large traffic source I begin with a deep analysis of the major players. For any large traffic outlet, there are usually a handful of major players that have the game figured out. In this article I will take a handful of large traffic sources and present a jumping […] [...more]