About Anthony Dragonetti

Anthony Dragonetti is a Content Developer for WebiMax.com and creates original, compelling content for blogs, press releases and articles for our clients and WebiMax.com. Anthony is also an online marketing expert, specializing in copywriting for SEO.

It is essential for every business owner, no matter the size of your enterprise, to have some sort of web presence. While some small businesses just have a Facebook page, it’s more beneficial to actually have a new and dedicated site built to serve as your business’ home base. A .com registered in your name read more…


There was an excellent piece in the Atlantic last month about the power of “dark social.” Dark social is, essentially, the links to your site that you can’t account for. That is, you don’t know where your visitors are coming from. When looking at your analytics, you have to keep in mind just how limited read more…


Of all the popular social media companies out there, Facebook always feels like the most troubled. It also has more users than any of its competitors, so criticism is easy to come by. Ever since it’s lackluster IPO, the company has been scrambling to come up with a way to reassure investors that they are read more…


New York and New Jersey are still recovering from the devastation brought by Hurricane Sandy. When it’s all said and done, weeks and months will pass and the monetary cost will be astronomical, which is to say nothing of the lives lost. I was lucky to get little more than a few strong gusts and read more…


When business owners hire search engine optimization companies, they do so because they want to get their website ranked higher on Google or Bing. However, obtaining the conversions you want goes beyond landing on the first page of the SERPs. People who click the link to your site then have to be compelled to buy read more…


How many of you have friends that don’t use their real name on Facebook? Perhaps you do this yourself. If you’re like most people, a decent portion of your friends list has people swapping out their last names for their middle names. This all seems harmless enough, right? Well, if you didn’t know, Facebook is read more…