A great website cannot save a poor/ordinary/boring product or idea. And great SEO/SEM cannot save a poorly done website. If you have an ordinary commodity product, stop.
Even in our time-shifted, portable entertainment-craving society, podcasts have not made much headway. Has the public lost interest because of any one reason? Has iTunes helped or hurt the podcasting community. Where’s Google in all of this?
What has caused companies to embrace the myth of the superstar web designer or the fire and forget web marketing program? Unless you intimately know the market designing “from the hip” is an irresponsible way to spend clients’ money.
Here’s my top stories of 2007 round-up of stories that continued to make working on the web an interesting experience. See what you think, and add your own ideas!
One of the most difficult challenges is tracking paid search performance via telephone calls for the small business. While a few will spring for a new 800 number or IVR system to get some of that information and train phone staff in its use, many cannot due to the workaday reality. Often the busy office environment means metrics go out the window in favor of just getting the order out, so the company continues to guess.
I Snapped this From a T-Shirt shop in Gatlinburg, TN, smack dab in the Bible Belt.
Tolerated, I suppose by legal departments of real brands. I can’t imagine they have permission. Protected as a parody?
Hyper tacky IMO.