Blog by Mike Blaney

Christmas Banners on Your Ubertor Website

December 14th, 2010
Thinking of adding a bit of Christmas or Hannukah spirit to your website? We can replace your existing banner or banners with seasonal banners or just dress up the ones you have by adding garland, lights, bows etc. The banners above give you some idea of the options.

The fee for this service is $ 75.00 and includes replacing them with the originals on January 3rd. If you chose to wo ...

New Ubertor Website Client - Tracey & Jake Christensen

December 10th, 2010
Tracey and Jake Christensen are Realtors in Red Deer, AB with Coldwell Banker. In addition to working with buyers and sellers in Red Deer they are active in the Sylvan Lake, AB area. This is a new website to complement an existing website and is designed to attract people interested in listing their home and take advantage of Tracey and Jake's marketing strategy. Click on the image to go to t ...

New Ubertor Website Client- Pilates Naturally

December 5th, 2010
Patricia Blanchard of Pilates Naturally had operated without a website for years, but wanted a way to communicate class schedules to students and increase registrations. The solution is a simple Ubertor website that gets the information to the student and relieves Patricia from a lot of faxing and emailing.


New Ubertor Website Client - Saira Waters

December 3rd, 2010
We have just completed a new Ubertor website for Saira Waters, a Realtor with Royal LePage in Victoria, BC. Saira had created her own website which looked great, but was a lot of work to update so through a referral from another Realtor client, Paul Hazzard, we were asked to replace her old website with something similar. We are finished phase 1 and will update the website further in the next ...

Twitter and Facebook Links

December 2nd, 2010
As of yesterday, both Bing and Google have confirmed (via an excellent interview by Danny Sullivan) that links shared through Twitter and Facebook have a direct impact on rankings (in addition to the positive second-order effects they may have on the link graph). This has long been suspected by SEOs (in fact, many of us posited it was happening as of November of last year following Goog ...