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Social Integration Revisited

Social Integration: Revisited

In 2010, I wrote a post about how potentially important a facebook presence can be to an organization’s online success. About a month ago, I stumbled upon a great article (TheLinkBuilders.com) taking a different look on the subject. They specialize in rankings, popularity, and online reputation, so it’s no surprise that  I highly respect their practices and beliefs. …

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Why Does My Company Need Facebook

Why Does My Company Need Facebook?

By now, it’s no secret that virtually every internet marketing expert is recommending that businesses use social networking sites as marketing tools. I’ve heard this for a few years that it’s important to “friend”, “tweet”, “digg”, “linked-in”, and “buzz” etc… But why?

Keep Your Information

Keep your information useful…

I have blogged about the vital importance of using useful and informative content on your website. It doesn’t matter whether your posting data or descriptive copy, make sure you have a purpose for what you’re showing your audience. Entertaining your audience is one thing, but if you you have facts, data, or trends to share, …

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Why Database-Driven Websites?

So if we’re still living in the “Information Age” what is the most important thing that a website should offer? Information. Who, what, why, where, when, how? As the amount of information increases, so does the importance of it being readily available. Is the data understandable in its current format? Can data be gathered quickly …

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Balancing Form versus Function…

I read an article recently on Wired’s blogsite about Douglas Bowman, Google’s design visual lead leaving the giant because “an obsessive, engineer-heavy, data driven-culture made it impossible for him to work there anymore.” Wow, I’ve been there too. I have worked for companies that would hold meetings to plan for follow up meetings. So how …

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