I’m proposing a system for improving the quality, fairness, and understanding during due diligence as it relates to business model franchises.
My blog has a mix of topics, all generally related to web business consulting. But I also put a few humorous topics as well as a few relevant (business web) posts about Lexington, KY. I receive casual comments all the time about people saying they like it, but my subscriber counts are stuck and often…
An example of user interface overload that is not so different than some of the websites I’ve evaluated lately.
Dear Retailer. When I snap a photo of something, I’m not here to scam you. I’m not the front for a big Chinese manufacturer who is about to knock off your stuff and put you out of business. I’m not planning out an elaborate “Mission Impossible”-style robbery. I’m using my phone to shop. You need to get ready for this, and embrace it.
A terrific brain trust of folks answered great questions that I’ve tried to aggregate into an organized list you may find very helpful. Enjoy! The Q/A was especially helpful and added a lot to the session.
Chris Sherman, Executive Editor, Search Engine Land
Greg Sterling, Founding Principal, Sterling Market Intelligence
TIP: See the end of this post for other coverage on the conference too.
Mobile Search: Beyond 10 Blue Links
Fascinating presentation at SMX Local Mobile.
Mobile searchers don’t want lists of web pages – they want answers or fast ways to take action. Mobile search providers are increasingly experimenting with alternative interfaces, such as location-aware browsing, voice recognition, text messaging and other innovative approaches. Learn about these new efforts and how they potentially impact mobile search marketing efforts.
(room sparse, but excellent presentation!)