In-N-Out Burger Is Coming to Dallas, Texas 1

In-N-Out Burger Is Coming to Dallas, Texas
In-N-Out Burger is coming to the Dallas and Fort Worth area!  Sometimes, wishes do come true.  D Magazine has broken news that Garland, Texas will be the place for the Texas In-N-Out Burger location. It’s semi-official. Looks like In-N-Out is coming to the Dallas area. According to the City of Garland website, the Planning Commission ...

Hyatt Makes Changes to Gold Passport Program 1

Hyatt is making changes to their Gold Passport program.  In this supposed tough travel market where airlines can’t fill seats, and hotels can’t fill rooms, loyalty programs continue to take hit after hit.  Hyatt has “shifted” hotels across categories and added a new and more expensive 6th category.  Hyatt tells us they have moved 65 ...

Did Facebook Reverse on Landing Tab Requirements? 1

I wrote yesterday about the changes to landing tab requirements announced by Facebook in a developer forum.  The change required sites to have 10,000 fans before implementing  custom landing tabs.  This requirement was a large blow for small businesses trying to establish a presence on Facebook.  By default, fan pages go directly to the wall, ...

Facebook Limits Landing Tabs 7

Facebook Limits Landing Tabs
Facebook continues on a march to destroy itself from within.  The latest shot in the foot  is a new change requiring fan Pages to be “authenticated” before having a custom landing page.  To be authenticated a page must have 10,000 (yep 10,000) fans or work with an ads account representative.  Ten thousand fans is a ...

The College T-Shirt Phenomenon 1

The College T-Shirt Phenomenon
Last fall I bought a University of Texas t-shirt at Old Navy.  It was a part of the University T’s collection.  It ran me about $20.  It’s a high quality t-shirt and I wore it over long sleeves during the colder months.  The shirt held up very nicely after washing and didn’t shrink like some ...

Spammed By SeizetheDeal.com 5

Spammed By SeizetheDeal.com
I was the victim of a spam attack last week.  Seizethedeal.com decided to send me email that I never signed up for.  I contacted support and was given some pretty lame excuses.  This is a great example of how someone tries to build a business through email marketing by ignoring all best practices.  There’s a ...