Starting a new job based in Bangkok, Thailand will also be the start of a great South East Asian adventure for me and my family.
It’s been very quiet on the Smiley Cat blog so far in 2015. The reason? I have been looking for a new job, which has occupied most of my free time in-front of the computer. The good news is that I have accepted a position based in Bangkok, Thailand. How about that for a change of scene from Austin, Texas? Continue reading “Time for a New Adventure”
We are hiring for a search engine marketing strategist to lead organic and paid search for our ecommerce properties.
We have an open position for an experienced search engine marketing strategist to lead organic and paid search for our portfolio of web properties.
The role is about 75% organic search and 25% paid search and is primarily focused on our two online stores, Supercircuits.com and SecurityCamerasDirect.com.
Continue reading “Looking to Hire a Search Engine Marketing (SEM) Strategist”
Some more examples of infographics I have created.
I haven’t posted much about what I have been working on in some time, so I thought I would catch up with a few infographics I have created with my online designer, Ismael.
Continue reading “More Infographics”
I am looking to hire an enthusiastic, experienced email marketing manager to join my team.
It’s been a while, but I’m hiring again. I’m looking for an Email Marketing Manager to create and manage email campaigns for the Observint Technologies portfolio of companies.
Continue reading “Looking to Hire an Email Marketing Manager”
My experiences and lessons learned from developing and launching a major ecommerce website on Magento Enterprise Edition.
For my day job, I manage a number of online properties, including a couple of online stores. We recently relaunched our main ecommerce site, Supercircuits.com, on Magento Enterprise Edition. Here are my thoughts about the experience.
Continue reading “Lessons Learned from Launching an Online Store on Magento”
We’ve been dabbling with infographic design at work as a way to generate backlinks. We recently published a new one about the rising issue of copper theft (hey, I work in the security industry).
Continue reading “Infographic Design Needs Your Feedback”
This is pretty good — we’ve all dealt with them. I particularly like the quote:
50% of web design clients only know what they don’t want, and they don’t know what that is until you design it for them.
Continue reading “Anatomy of a Horrible Web Design Client [Infographic]”
We recently created our first infographic, based on the 2010 update to a long-running survey of retail theft in the US. It was surprisingly tricky to create, even though there was not a huge amount of data to present. Continue reading “2010 Retail Theft Survey Infographic”
Sometimes when I’m struggling to complete a task on a website (or am watching my wife throw her arms up in frustration), I ask myself “What genius decided to build it like that?” Continue reading “8 Reasons Why Bad Web Design Decisions Get Made”
I’ve been working with Florida Flourish on a couple of projects and here’s the outcome of the first one — a new template for our weekly deals email.
Continue reading “New “Deal of the Day” Email Template”