The KCTechgregator: Kansas City SEO, Internet Marketing & Tech Startup RSS blog aggregator – a single website where you can scan all of the headlines and summaries from leading KC online marketing, tech startups and KC SEO blogs. It’s kind of like alltop.com, but just for Kansas City tech blogs. Kansas City Internet marketing topics include social media and search engine marketing as well. Please also contact us for guest blogging opportunities.Read More
Do you leave it up to your employees about how often they can duck out? Is sick time and vacation time all in one bucket? Or do you like to set some boundaries for the greater good, even if it's just rough guidelines? The post Poll: In the spirit of Labor Day, what’s your startup’s vacation policy? appeared first on Silicon Prairie News.
Every Monday Silicon Prairie News' editorial team will share some of the interesting regional content we've read as well as SPN's most-read stories over the last week… The post Weekly Recap: Creative Corridor events, FitBark in WSJ and more appeared first on Silicon Prairie News.
Every week, Silicon Prairie News presents opportunities in the region's tech, startup and creative community. From a contract job to a co-founder role, these jobs are submitted by companies and gathered from public postings… The post Marketing at Creighton, strategist at Archrival and 28 more jobs appeared first on Silicon Prairie News.
As a consumer, we often don’t think of our clothing as having a history. However, each shirt, jacket, dress and pair of shoes have a story. This story is written by the people who source the materials, assemble, package and ship each garment. Yet merely the label marking the country of origin is often as far of a look we’re allowed into this story. The post Speaker Spotlight: Maxine Bédat, Za
SpiderOak started with the intention of being a distributed team. Our core product is built around encryption and the pool of talent that understands it. Cryptonerds, as they refer to themselves, tend to be deeply involved in their trade but the pool is very small. As a developer-heavy organization, it just made sense to start as a distributed organization. It all began in 2007 and now we’re jus
Three Lyft drivers have been cited for violating the state's taxicab regulations, the Journal Star reported Thursday. Investigators with Nebraska Public Service Commission went to the Sarpy County homes of three suspected ridesharing drivers, PSC Director Mark Breiner told the LJS… The post Three Lyft drivers cited in Sarpy County, legislative hearing is Sept. 11 appeared first on Silicon Prairi
If you’re wondering how ruthless the Kansas City technology hiring scene is, hang out at Perceptive Software LLC’s headquarters for a while. You’ll see competitors show off job announcements on signs attached to airplanes buzzing over, or trucks whizzing past, the Shawnee building. Touché, Perceptive recruiters might say. They’re notorious for well-placed help-wanted billboards around K
Oct. 18 is my last day on the technology beat at the Kansas City Business Journal, making this a farewell entry of sorts (#bittersweet). It’s been a wild ride for the past two and a half years, spanning the ups and downs of Kansas City’s largest and smallest technology companies. I began the beat covering Sprint Nextel Corp., but I’m ending my tenure with Sprint Corp. on the heels of a nine
Internet service provider Computers & Tele-Comm Inc. has landed one of its largest-ever contracts with Block Real Estate Services LLC. The Kansas City-based ISP announced the deal Tuesday, saying it "represents the largest cloud services recurring revenue account" in CTC's history. The services agreement, which provides high-speed fiber Internet connectivity, data hosting and other wireless
Rachael Qualls’ story is the account of an investor-turned-entrepreneur who is retracing her Kansas City roots. After graduating from the University of Kansas, she headed to Nashville to start a family and pursue a career in finance, but her path quickly veered into the life of a business owner. As the founder of seven firms, she is quite the serial entrepreneur. Her crown jewel is Angel Capital
Achieving the title of CTO at a big company is a dream job for many technologists. But Jeff Geheb walked away from the position at VML a year ago to lead tech efforts at a smaller marketing technology firm, Saepio Technologies Inc. Then on Oct. 7, Geheb rejoined VML as CTO. Read more here. Geheb elaborated in an interview: What was attractive about Saepio? I’d been at VML my whole career, whic
Google Fiber attempted to provide some clarification this week on its allegedly incoming small business product. But the messaging, which is similar to what we've heard from Google Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOG) for more than a year, brought little clarity. "We will have more information about our small business product in the future," Michael Slinger, Google Fiber's director of business operations said in
Walk into any Starbucks or other upscale coffee shop today, and you'll likely find many of the people inside busy on their laptops, tablets, or iPads, seemingly oblivious to their surroundings. You also find at least a...
If you run a company or a small business, you probably know that it’s important to have a web presence and a web strategy. Often, people who are moving in a certain direction in their company start...
This is a recap of a list funny and sleazy things heard or read by a boutique web design company in Kansas City. This list was originally published on a Google Plus post here.1. As self-proclaimed local...
WordPress is the most popular open source content management system (CMS) in the world today. It is used by around 25% of all new websites, and there are more than 27 thousand plugins currently available.It is common knowledge...
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The case for web designers to focus first on tablets these days is compelling. The sea-change in computing and Internet consumption is vast and unending. For example, Forrester's research resulted in the conclusion that the tablet, by...
“Time is of the essence. Time is money.” Yadda, yadda, yadda. You’ve heard it all before. Every business leader is pressed for time in one way or another. So we’ll keep it quick: Here are three questions every CIO should ask their CISO, VP, Director or “Whatever” of Technology. Can you prove to me that we’ve not had a system breach in the past “x
A version of this article was originally posted on PoliticoPro. Sixteen technology industry groups sent a letter last week warning House and Senate leaders that failing to extend the Export-Import Bank’s charter beyond Sept. 30 will undermine their sales and “the ripple effects will spread all the way down the supply chain to even the smallest companies.” Their letter comes as pa
Six tech industry leaders announced last week the License on Transfer (LOT) Network, a collaborative agreement that targets harmful patent trolls. Google, Canon, Dropbox, Asana, Newegg and SAP, which collectively represent 300,000 patent assets, joined forces to address the growing industry problem of patent litigation and patent privateering. Read more about the LOT Network in the press release h
Each month, we round up the biggest stories about Kansas City’s technology industry and share them in our monthly newsletter. You can also find the headlines we’re tracking here on the NextTalk blog. Sporting Innovations Lands Pac-12 Partnership – Kansas City Business Journal Ticket Solutions and VeriShip Choose Stackify for DevOps Insight – Digital Journal Silicon Prairie News Ann
Level 3 Communications just inked a deal to purchase rival tw telecom for $5.7 billion in cash and stock. Both Colorado-based companies have significant presences in Kansas City. Click here to read more about the acquisition.
Each month, we round up the biggest stories about Kansas City’s technology industry and share them in our monthly newsletter. You can also find the headlines we’re tracking here on the NextTalk blog. Kansas City, MO Joins Forces With Cisco To Build A Smart City Network - Forbes 10 High-Tech Cities You’ll Want To Call Home – PCMag Digital Sandbox Helped KC Tech Startups Rai
Pipeline Member Jason Carman needs your vote- Blumoo is up for the best new “Connected Home Device” for CTIA – The Wireless Association Awards. He’s up against the big guys like AT&T, Insteon, Chamberlain – let’s help him bring the award home! To vote, click here.
Silicon Prairie News | By Fred Bauters LENEXA, Kan.—A document management startup that helps surety claim professionals collect information for and manage investigations just received a dose of certainty. Overland Park, Kan.-based ClaimKit, led by co-founder and CEO Chris Cheatham, just closed $360,000 in syndicated investment from Mid-America Angels—with participation from Women’s Capita
Oh yes, we know how busy you are. you can send funny gifs to your team, you can jump buildings in a single bound, all that – but filling out an application? That’s when entrepreneurs stall…So guess what? We know you well and know that competitive spirit you all have in common. So here’s the deal – we will track the order our applications come in and if you are selecte
To all nominated for Silicon Prairie News #SPAwards, congratulations! A special shout out to the Pipeline family Members and companies who took home golden analogs last night- Shot Tracker, Toby Rush (EyeVerify), Bulu Box, Nobl, Kevin McGinnis (Sprint Accelerator & Pinsight Media+) and Brian Ardinger (NMotion Accelerator). To read about all of the winners, click here.
Cambridge, MA – August 21, 2014: Today, MIT Technology Review announced the addition of Chris Shipley to its live events team. In her role as executive producer, Shipley will draw on her years of experience in both media and events to conceptualize, program, and produce new and unique live-event experiences for the global media company. A journalist, analyst, and entrepreneur for 30 years,
Kansas City Business Journal No. 2723 ProPharma Group Three-Year Revenue Growth: 138%Revenue: $35.7 millionNumber of Employees: 190Location: Overland Park More from the Kansas City Business Journal• No. 21 on the 2014 Kansas City’s fastest-growing area businesses list For more, click here.
Thank you for visiting the Think Big Partners Blog. In an effort to simplify, we’ve moved this blog in-house to www.thinkbigpartners.com/blog. Feel free to read through our posts here, or join us over on the new blog for the latest news, thought leadership and great advice for entrepreneurs. Thanks for visiting!Sincerely, Think Big Partners
It’s a core belief at Think Big that entrepreneur is not so much a title, but a spirit. It’s a pulse that courses through the veins of a growing company. We know that behind every great company are people who embody this spirit, people who embrace change, face the unknown and are willing to try new things. We’re lucky enough to have a team of these people, and we’re happy to announce that
From the desk of Herb Sih, Managing Partner, Think Big Partners “The years teach much which the days never know.”- Ralph Waldo Emerson The changing of seasons is one of Mother Nature’s greatest inventions. As autumn leaves fall and tree branches begin to bare, it is a natural time to reflect on the year that has passed. It is often during this time, and the natural tendency to slow down
The application window for the next class of Think Big Accelerator companies will close on December 6th 2013. As our search for entrepreneurs with passion for taking big ideas and turning them into profitable and scalable companies continues, I sat down with Accelerator Director Blake Miller who addresses some of the most commonly asked questions of potential applicants.Should entrepreneurs wait
“The only thing that is constant is change.” - HereclitusThe great Greek philosopher Hereclitus is credited with this profound quote about change. Never before has this axiom been more important or relevant for Think Big Partners, or in our opinion, the world of entrepreneurship in general.A recent report by Babson and Baruch Colleges reveals a very thought-provoking statistic: The percentage
After the innovative unconference that is iKC, attendees headed over to the Alamo Drafthouse for the best part: the Closing Party by Google Fiber! As everyone took their first sips of liquid courage and snacked on delicious appetizers, the Closing Party kicked off with the Open Mic Awards. Attendees awarded each other things like who travelled the farthest for iKC to who tweeted the mo
Could your website rankings come crashing down like a house of cards? The SEO industry has witnessed five iterations of Google Penguin updates and you can almost hear the footsteps of the next Penguin update. And how many Panda updates have we seen? As of this writing, it’s now deep in the v20-somethings. Not to […] The post Do You Have Zombie SEO Rankings? appeared first on .
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Sometimes I think about Kim Kardashian and I salivate. Not because I find her particularly attractive or appealing (not really my type), but because I look at all the web properties she is associated with and see a tremendous amount of untapped search engine potential. SEO geeks like myself are essentially organic web traffic opportunists. […] The post Kim Kardashian’s SEO Grade: F a
Kitchen and bathroom remodeling, home and garage additions, basement finishing – Vision Builders, Kansas City remodeling professionals, do it all! In fact, the company’s mission is “You dream it . . . and we’ll build it!“ Whether a homeowner desires to expand a family room, transform an unused basement into functional space, add on a […] The post Vision Buil
How many blog and article headlines have you read in recent years proclaiming that SEO is Dead? You’ll probably see more of these headlines in 2014. It seems that virtually everyone on the planet thinks that SEO is the same as link building. If your definition of SEO is volume based link building and link […] The post I Pity The Fools That Say SEO Is Dead appeared first on .
Solar energy company Brightergy plans to move in October from its top-floor offices at 1617 Main St. to the top two floors of the redeveloped Globe Building at 1720 Main St., where it will occupy 11,000 square feet. The move will be just across the street in the Crossroads Arts District and is growth-fueled for Brightergy, which was featured on the September 2012 cover of Thinking Bigger Business
EyeVerify is already planning to expand beyond its headquarters in the Startup Village. Starting in October, the biometrics technology firm will operate office space in the Globe Building in the Crossroads Arts District. It will continue to keep offices in Startup Village as well. It’s a busy time for the company, which recently raised $6 million through a Series A equity funding round. EyeVerif
This week’s 1 Million Cups at the Kauffman Foundation offered startup pitches for two online platforms—one that supports crowdfunding of civic projects and another that tracks health symptoms of pediatric asthma patients. First onstage was Jase Wilson, founder of Neighbor.ly, which connects communities to project funding and people to projects that they would like to fund. How it works: Govern
Applications are being accepted for the MECA Challenge, a student innovation competition to be held Oct. 4-6 at the Sprint Accelerator, 210 W. 19th Terr., in the Crossroads Arts District. The MECA Challenge — MECA stands for “Most Entrepreneurial City in America” — gives Kansas City area high school and college students the opportunity to hook up with local startups and crack real small bu
James S. Allen Jr., U.S. Navy veteran and co-founder of Honor Capital LLC in Kansas City, will receive the Veteran Entrepreneur-Champions of Change Award on Wednesday, Aug. 27, at the White House. Allen will be recognized in a ceremony with other Champions of Change veterans who continue to serve America with their flourishing small businesses, nonprofit organizations and other activities that cre
Kansas City startup DivvyHQ is adding new functionality to its content marketing platform. Some of the nation’s biggest brands—Walmart, H&R Block, Bed Bath and Beyond, among others—use DivvyHQ to manage their blog posts, videos, social media, email campaigns and other content. The startup is adding new integration with Facebook and Twitter, which will help users directly publish to socia
As an Internet marketing services agency in the US MidWest, we are cold-called and email spammed every day from domestic and offshore companies trying to sell us our own services, or soliciting to become a reseller of their search engine optimization services. Truth be told, it doesn’t make sense for an SEO company to outsource any SEO work to third parties – especially when it comes t
WordPress is by far the most popular content management system for small businesses. It’s super easy to use and when structured properly, great for search engine optimization. WordPress also gives you the ability to create a ‘website of websites’ or your own network of sites, on a single installation. You can find the official networking explanation of WordPress Multisite here. We will
SEO is not just something that you do through a keyboard. There are many offline tactics and actions you can take that may help with your website’s search engine visibility. Registered Trademark: Kansas City SEO® 1. Register your trademarks with the USPTO. While there is no data or study correlating higher organic rankings with trademark registration, there is substantial data and many
I have some wish list items for Webmaster Tools and G+, some things I would love to see as new free features, but would gladly pay for nonetheless: 1. Please let me moderate new incoming links (as a non-default option): Holy Cow – what an awesome option this would be to have in Webmaster Tools!!! Give site owners the option to moderate all new incoming links – i.e. hold new links in a su
Is Google+ becoming the new 800 Pound Gorilla of search engine optimization? While there is still some debate regarding the degree of impact, it seems pretty clear that various signals from Google+ (aka G+ or Google Plus) help with search engine optimization. In fact, Authorship almost certainly has an impact on rankings and has an undeniable impact on search result pages – your headshot and f
This is a funny title considering it was written by an SEO consultant. It would be every SEO agency’s nightmare if all the companies around the world started doing SEO in-house. Truth be told, it’s possible for businesses to do much of their own search engine optimization. 2013 was a major turning point for SEO. Prior to last year, it was all about backlink accumulation. While high qua
I had no idea that teaching other teachers to use Instagram was high on the professional development list for District 500 in Kansas City, KS. I was even more surprised to find out why. It wasn't intended to engage students or somehow make school more fun or relevant for the kids. It turns out that, in some schools, it's a much more effective way to share test results and other graded assignments
The following post was written by Kristin Magette, one of the panelists at our September breakfast. Kristin is director of communications for Eudora Schools, where she has helped lead the district-wide use of social media for teaching, learning, and communication. She's also an executive officer with the Kansas School Public Relations Association. Her book, Embracing Social Media: A Practical Gui
Keeping with the theme of education, SMCKC is hosting a book drive at our September breakfast to help support Turn the Page KC. You can contribute by bringing new books for children ages 0 to 8 years old to Grand Street Cafe on Friday, September 5 at 7:30am. Turn the Page KC will distribute the books to K-3 reading centers at after school programs in Kansas City, MO and also to parents of children
SMCKC is excited announce we’re on a new social platform, and it is one built right here in KC. Knoda, whose co-founder Kyle Rogers is a SMCKC member, is a prediction-based app and website used to track predictions for anything from sporting events to awards shows to reality show outcomes. Rogers and his co-founder James Flexman showed off their app back in April at our first-ever Appy hour, and
Thank you to all SMCKC members who came out to our July brainstorming breakfast with Wayside Waifs. It was a smaller, more intimate event and everyone played an important role in generating ideas for Wayside to encourage pet adoptions through social media. We divided into small groups and came up with the following ideas and suggestions: Generating content: Pet finder mobile app Use social med
As you can imagine, communication is a big part of SMCKC. With 3 club events each month, plus a host of events in KC that pertain to members, we're pretty busy scripting tweets and facebook posts, tracking what's happening on LinkedIn, sending out bi-weekly newsletters and making sure industry calendars are updated with the most recent event information. Keeping up with all of that takes some sign
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Aug. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Dream Big America (www.DreamBigAmerica.us), powered by Sprint (www.Sprint.com), announced this morning ICE Medical Card as the August Dream Big Champion. This Southlake, TX based startup competed against eight other highly-vetted new...
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Energizer Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: ENR) today announced the anticipated executive leadership teams of the Personal Care and Household Products businesses following the planned separation of Energizer, expected to occur by July 1, 2015. "We are...
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Arch Coal, Inc. (NYSE:ACI) today announced that its President and Chief Executive Officer, John W. Eaves, will speak at the Barclays Capital 2014 CEO Energy/Power Conference in New York City on Thursday, Sept. 4, 2014. The presentation will...
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Harbour Group has hired Bethany Woods as Director of Corporate Development, Jeff Fox, Harbour Group's chairman and chief executive officer, announced today. "Bethany will be sourcing and evaluating new investment opportunities for our...
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Novus International, Inc. a global leader in animal nutrition, hosted an informational enzyme forum to formally introduce its next generation phytase enzyme, CIBENZA® PHYTAVERSE®, to the South Asia market in Negomba, Sri Lanka August...
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Aug. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- For the last couple of years, the Ford Escape has remained the smallest SUV in the Ford lineup, but the size of the crossover hasn't held it back from achieving an impressive set of capabilities. That is especially true for the 2015...
OVERLAND PARK, Kan., Aug. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The 6th Annual Optimist International's Kansas District Annual Childhood Cancer Benefit Golf Tournament, held on August 8 at the Falcon Ridge Golf Course in Lenexa, raised $11,000 in proceeds. The goal of the tournament is to raise...
MERRIAM, Kan., Aug. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- In the business world, product pricing models are fairly straightforward. Traditionally, items that have a high demand are sold at a premium and large quantities of items with lesser demand are discounted to sell quickly. As simple as...
WICHITA, Kan., Aug. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Southwestern College – Professional Studies is keeping up with the times with its new Information Systems Management degree. Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140828/140811 The new Bachelor degree emphasizes broad...
OVERLAND PARK, Kan., Aug. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The new football season is here, but it really wasn't that long ago when advertisers showcased their television commercials during the big championship game at the beginning of February. Those spots garner a great deal of...
LAWRENCE, Kan., Aug. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The current SUV segment has been stretched to include a large standing of full size, crossover and compact sports utility vehicles by a wide number of automakers and Briggs Subaru has found that what helps consumers discover what sets...
OVERLAND PARK, Kan., Aug. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- NCM Associates (www.ncm20.com) announced today that it has enhanced its multi-million dollar interactive virtual training platform for automotive dealerships, NCM OnDemand (www.ncmondemand.com). Courses by four well-known...
There always seems to be a lot of speculation, or ranting to put it mildly, when Google pushes out major algorithm updates. Many SEO’s have suggested that Google constantly shuffles the ranking deck to make AdWords more appealing to business owners. In other words the perceived message is that if organic search engine rankings are getting harder and harder to achieve – since Google is ma
Pay per click advertising harnesses the power of the search engines to make your site more visible. When you put your site up on the Internet, you may opt to participate in pay per click advertising. With this, you place ads on sites like Google; they appear at the top of search engine listings and on the sides, so that they are instantly recognizable. You are instantly more visible through the ad
We said it: Successful SEO campaigns are no longer built around link building. In the near future, every business that successfully gains rank online will achieve organic ranking success with well-written, relevant and creative content. Sustainable, long-term SEO campaigns that work will not be the result of SEO short-cuts – at least not anymore. Even will this year’s heavy-handed search eng
Seeking experienced Ruby on Rails developer for crowdsourcing startup project. This is an interesting opportunity to work with an early stage startup with a high-profile investor. Must be based in Kansas City. This role is primarily as to evaluate, test, improve and optimize current pre-launch web application. You would essentially be a startup CTO type role, that would both manage a small team of
Over the last two years, blogging has become one of the most important SEO ranking factors. Google does not want you to post all your best content on other platforms such as Facebook and Instagram. They want you to build value on your website. After you create a search engine friendly website with a content management system such as WordPress, your Kansas City business needs to consistently
Google’s penguin, spam-filtration algorithm received an update recently: coined “Penguin 2.1” by Google, but accepted as Penguin 5 by most internet users. Essentially, Penguin was released by Google as an algorithm which punishes websites using black-hat SEO tricks to improve ranks – namely by irrelevant link building. The release of Penguin 2.1 reflected a huge hit to a number of sites; c
Labor Day. Last holiday of the summer, for some, the last weekend before school starts again, and definitely a weekend for firing up the grill or heading to the water and enjoying the last of the summer. I love this weekend, because it also usually means that fall is just around the corner. We are on the “no plan plan” this weekend, which means we’ll just do whatever we feel like it, wheneve
Business today doesn’t happen from 9 to 5, Monday through Friday. In a world that is fueled by The Internet of Things, business today happens pretty much 24/7/365. Customers and prospective customers are searching and browsing and shopping and asking and talking and reviewing all day, every day. And customer service? It’s never been more important. That’s why harnessing the power of technolo
Yesterday Facebook announced yet another change to the way stories are displayed in the News Feed that takes aim at click-bait content. This change and the best practices for link sharing moving forward impacts anyone who manages a brand page and the way we collectively share content moving forward. According to a Facebook news release dated August 25, this move is intended to weed out stories th
August 22nd is my dead mother’s birthday. Which a person can either look at as a major buzz kill or a poignant reminder of how short, but magical, life can be. I opt for the latter. I’m not anywhere close to getting used to life without her since her passing this past January and, as anyone who’s lost a parent or family member knows, it’s hard. But despite it being difficult, I continue to
When I was a first grade teacher, the end of summer always made me reflective (actually, it still does). If there was going to be change, it was going to happen in the sun-drenched days of September. Like the first day of school. The intoxicating smell of new. Scents of wool sweaters with price tags barely clipped off and the fine shavings from freshly sharpened pencils. You know, the big old bl
Anyone who knows me knows that I’m a huge supporter of STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) initiatives for girls. It’s not only because I’m the mother of four daughters, it’s also because when I was in school I opted out of math and science faster than you can say “heck yeah, I’m outta there.” That’s because back in the day, girls just didn’t do that stuff. At least
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