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.

SEO has come a long way since its murky early days of link farms and obvious keyword stuffing. Not only are these practices unsightly and suspicious looking to potential customers, but now they will also get you into heaps of trouble with Google. The Penguin update that’s been causing site owners to nervously check their read more…


Twitter has released a bit of news that appears to have angered the developer community. But it’s not just app developers that should take pause with the latest news from the people at Twitter. Social media companies might be just as affected depending on what tools they use to run their campaigns. Twitter is tightening read more…


The internet is abuzz about the App.net project that has shattered its fundraising goals days before its target date listed on their pseudo-Kickstarter site. If you are a professional who handles social media campaigns or you’re a business owner looking to hire a firm to handle a campaign for you, this development should pique your read more…


Are you in the market for search engine optimization services?  Have you come to realize providers are not created equally?  The industry is not officially regulated.  That makes for interesting interactions with the good, bad, and ugly companies.  It’s hard to make a distinction when every provider states their services are the best. Perhaps it’s read more…


Social media campaigns have become an essential part of most businesses’ internet marketing strategies. When used properly, social media can be a cost effective way to get your message out there. By providing links to your best content, your followers and friends will (with any luck) share that content to their respective networks. See your read more…


Here’s a hypothetical situation for you, small business owner/independent contractor. You’ve recently opened shop. Your ecommerce site is up and functioning. You’re ready to start writing freelance articles for all the big players in your industry. The next thing you do is sign up for accounts with Twitter, Facebook, and Google +. Now that your read more…