This list of 43 web design mistakes to avoid is very good.. a strong recommended read. Of the rules, I disagree somewhat with these – so let me ruffle it a bit. 27. Do not use FrontPage… >> Okay.. I don’t use it for site development anymore, but for some customers it’s a perfect way…
It’s important that you design your advertising “funnel” to retain the confidence of the searcher from first click through ordering. I thought I’d show you a few tricks that have proven themselves over the years, starting with the most basic – the Google Keyword Insertion method, then talking about Dynamic Landing pages, and ultimately specialized product linkages from ads.
I was thrilled to be listed with some of the writers and bloggers I most admire. and impressed with David Meerman Scott’s method for getting everyone in a linking frenzy. I’m quite looking forward to the book. I’ve alreardy learned a good trick from this guy.
CNN’s headline reads “Geek Squad picks unlikely place for PC-hospital” … because it’s in Hillview Kentucky. But there’s nothing slighly “unlikely” about it, given the presence of the UPS air hub, a pool of tech workers, and a high quality of life. One wonders if CNN ever looks at the world through anything but 8″ monitors.
Google Calendar has recently taken a few important steps forward, and with them come my list of 10 reasons that I think many schools should begin to use it for managing information flow starting next year.
I thought it was really nice to get a mention by Elizabeth Holmes in her article “Going Online Isn’t a ‘Must’ Move For All Entrepreneurs in the Wall Street Journal last week. I believe that many companies definitely jump in the wrong end of the pool sometimes.