Tad Chef

blog, social media and search specialist at onreact.com in Berlin, Germany (Karma: 10,830)

Professional Bio

I help people with blogs, social media and search, both in German and English.

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Favorite Blogs

blogging blogs

social media blogs

search blogs

architecture blogs

self improvement blogs

web design blogs


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  1. Tad Chef added a comment on Inside Apple's odd, yet effective, social media strategy
    Yeah, Apple can get away with a lot of things, just like Exxon, Monsanto, Walmart etc.
  2. Tad Chef added a comment on What Are The Best Times to Post on Social Media
    There are no "one size fits all" answer to this question. It depends on your site's topic, audience and even competition.
  3. Tad Chef added a comment on Evolving the Google Identity
    Good to know that their mission is "to take the world's information..."
  4. Tad Chef added a comment on Does Google Crawl rel="nofollow" links? [EXPERIMENT]
    Yeah, that's why crippling your links with nofollow is a fallacy.
  5. Tad Chef added a comment on Endorse Your Favorite Inbound.org Members!
    @martin_harrispr Thanks man!
  6. Tad Chef added a comment on SEO Campaign Case Study: 1,117 Social Shares and 15% More Organic Traffic (In 2 Weeks)
    Excellent example for the non-believers! IMHO "boring" is just an abbreviation for "be BOld to make the cash register "RING".
  7. Tad Chef added a comment on Moz's Acquisition of SERPscape, Russ Jones Joining Our Team, and a Sneak Peek at a New Tool
    Looks good, congrats on the expansion!
  8. Tad Chef added a comment on [Tool] Startafire - promote your social media profile while sharing good content
    Intriguing tool, already tested it. I don't really like the framing of third party content though.
  9. Tad Chef added a comment on How should 'ecommerce' be presented?
    The awkward "e-Commerce" term is sooo 1999. I always simplify and use "ecommerce" without pseudo-cool hyphens and uppercase variations.
  10. Tad Chef added a comment on How To Create The Perfect Call To Action
    Empty page only imploring me to "follow Neil Patel on Facebook".