There is an old adage: the more you know, the more you know you don’t know. This is an amazing philosophy, unless you’re me and you find yourself dealing with business people.
When considering a Content Management System, make sure you’ve worked out a publishing process that works for you and that you’re not trying to solve process problems with software.
I’ve made what I think is a rather nice Amazon Guide. Laugh if you must, but I wanted to see what creating one would be like. Naturally, I decided to write a brief guide to becoming a front-end web design guru.
What makes a brand name so appealing to so many people even though they are so much more expensive? An encounter with a salesperson when purchasing a wireless networking card for a laptop provides an opportunity to question him about it.
I have made significant progress in my quest to become the first result on a search for my last name in Google. Here’s a brief recap of what I’ve done to get this far and how I can push things even further in my favor.
Content syndication technologies are gaining popularity as more and more applications for them are being found. Marketers are beginning to understand the advantages of RSS and many new business models which are based on the technology are being tested—and succeeding.
Having good customer service is far more important than selling a good product. Why? Because it only takes one negative experience to turn customers away from you, no matter how good your product is or how deeply loyal the customer may have previously been to your brand.
Content Management Systems are notoriously bad at generating pages which rank well in search engines. Here are a few of my suggestions for developers and users to help them get their CMS-generated pages ranked better in search engines.