Topping the list once again is Ray Ebersole. He’s understandably been quite busy and hasn’t had much of a chance to update his own blog, but I am very thankful that he finds the time to contribute his thoughts to this blog. He’s always there to continue the conversation, chiming in on whatever topics may arise.
Making a triumphant return to the Top Thinkers list after some absence is Sourish. He has a blog that focuses mostly on the iPhone and jailbreaks, but he also expands beyond that realm. For instance, one of the most recent posts discusses the Xbox Infinity, which is apparently the name of the console that will succeed the Xbox 360. I think it sounds better than Xbox 720 or Durango.
Do you like to eat? I know I sure do! And so does Stacey. In his ongoing hunt for great lunch spots, he recently visited Jules Cafe in South Burnaby for some burger and fries. Topped with some bacon, cheese and mushrooms, the hand-formed patty looks pretty tasty! And at under $10 including a drink, it’s a good value to boot.
Marketing on the Internet sounds like it would be something for multinational corporations looking for international clientele, but that’s only part of the picture. As PPC Company explains, local Internet marketing can be very effective for growing a local business. You just have to make sure that you rank for the right terms in the search engines to get your customers’ attention.
And finally, we have Sasha with a real estate website. It seems to have taken on a template and is still under construction, as many of the navigational links to articles and such are not yet active. Either way, thanks for commenting on Beyond the Rhetoric!