About Bruce Rymshaw

Bruce Rymshaw is an Internet marketing expert, bringing over ten years of previous experience in Web design and digital multimedia development to WebiMax. As a regular contributor to the WebiMax.com blog, Bruce covers a broad range of topics such as SEO, content development and integrated public relations.

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In the early days of the Internet, text was the predominant medium through which information was shared with the masses.  In a time before broadband connections, HD videos and even Facebook, the Web was more about functionality than style.  While these technical limitations made for a lackluster user experience, they did create a solid blueprint read more…


Managing your brand on the Web is critical and even the strategies you employ to market your organization can influence your consumers.  The evolution of SEO has made quality a priority and has also greatly reduced the success rate of “black hat” search engine optimization campaigns.   Why has Google cracked down on unethical tactics?  read more…


A common concern (or more accurately, misconception) amongst business owners is that Internet marketing is an unquantifiable or even abstract enterprise.  Although any SEO would vehemently disagree and offer up a plethora of resources which serve to disprove such claims; there are still doubters. So, how exactly does one measure the ROI of search engine read more…


In many of my previous posts here on WebiMax.com, I’ve discussed the importance of content.  Blog posts, press releases, videos, images and other forms of media on the Web can not only drive traffic to your site; but enhance your brand’s overall reputation, visibility and earning potential as well. Speaking of blogs, I read a read more…


On February 19th, WebiMax’s Danelsy Medrano will be presenting the “Internet Marketing 101″ Webinar from the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce in Philadelphia, PA. While registrations are still open, space is limited both at the event and via WebEx conference, so click here to register now for an informative look into the present and future read more…


Over the last few months, an interesting trend has occurred on the world’s largest video sharing network and Google subsidiary, YouTube.  While the primary ranking factor for YouTube search results used to be video view count, audience retention is now the most important component in determining a video’s position in the YouTube SERPs.   Why read more…