What does it look like? If you have it enabled you will see the star reviews under your page name: Continue reading
Escape. Explore. Experience. The ScubaEarth mantra is really taking hold with PADI divers and professionals around the globe, with more and more ScubaEarth Power Users emerging throughout 2013, ready and willing to share their passion and love of diving with us. Thank you to everyone who we interviewed, as well as the countless PADI Dive Shops and Pros who have logged dives, uploaded media, maintained gear lockers and added new dive sites over the course of the year. Highlighted below are some of the key ScubaEarth users that made milestones on ScubaEarth in 2013. Continue reading
Taking the Plunge – Open Water Diver Course Changes
The key consideration while revising the PADI Open Water Diver course was evolution rather than revolution. The course has a long standing, proven track record and didn’t require major renovation. Most of the course components remain reassuringly familiar, but, there are a few new skills that deserve a closer review. Continue reading
Get your Google+ Custom URL
Its been a while in coming, but finally Google has made it possible for Google+ pages to get a custom URL (often called vanity URLs).
This is something that Facebook has offered business for a while, and its great to see Google+ catch up. So what is a custom URL? well put it simply is a short and descriptive URL. Continue reading
What is Google Authorship?
Google authorship is an essential tool for anyone using a blog to drive their dive business. It is something that helps you stick our in search results, certainly a very important proposition.
In the course of my travels visiting different dive centres around the regions, I often notice that many still use a Facebook profile for their business. Now not only is this against Facebook terms and conditions and potentially you stand to loose all your contacts if Facebook delete the profile. I’ve seen it happen, a profile with 2000+ friends gone – and you’ll get no response from Facebook. Continue reading
ScubaEarth now delivers straight to your inbox!
You no longer have to be logged onto ScubaEarth to receive the latest updates from your dive buddies. ScubaEarth email notifications let you know when divers interact with you on the site, fast tracking the reply process and increasing engagement. Capture customer enquiries when they happen and transform potential customers into regulars. Continue reading
Twitter Cards aren’t that new (they were launched mid 2012), but they are certainly still not that well known out in the wider world. In this article I will explain what Twitter cards are and how you can implement them. Continue reading