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In the mad rush to embrace everything Web 2.0 / social media, website basics are often being left behind- and your website is still your #1 tool for communicating with your target audience online. One of the most important traits … Continue reading
Whitney Quesenbery is a world renowned user researcher, user experience practitioner, and usability expert with something important to say – Search is now normal behavior. What do we do about that? I always recommend site search for any website that … Continue reading
Do you think is Google killing newspapers? That’s what the chief of the Wall Street Journal seems to think so in this episode of the Charlie Rose show. The Charlie Rose show began a new series on the future of … Continue reading
A common recommendation that I make to my clients is to use Google Alerts to track anything of importance to them – from their company name to their own name. Tracking related topics is also worth doing. Here’s one example … Continue reading
RSS Feeds are mighty handy, content is delivered directly to you via many channels – email, RSS reader, etc. but it’s usually not in an easily printable format. That problem now has a solution: Tabbloid. Tell Tabbloid what RSS feeds … Continue reading
Paypal, one of the leading e-commerce checkout systems, recently commissioned veteran e-commerce analyst Rick Broadhead to write 11 Steps to a Better Checkout – And More Profits. The complimentary 33-page PDF download provides concise and current advice on every step … Continue reading
Graphs and charts – we learned about them in school and use them in the business but they’ve always seemed, frankly, a little boring. But no more! GraphJam is a collection of user-submitted graphs and charts that range from hilarious … Continue reading