Loudeye’s Colin Garvey is Changing the Face of Web Conferencing

As the Senior Product Manager at Loudeye who is responsible for the launch of the Loudeye Express Web conferencing solution, Colin Garvey is helping...

Melinda Partin Shows How It’s Done Behind-the-Screens at Worktank

"Your message, any screen." That's the tagline underscoring the impressive work of Melinda Partin and Seattle's Worktank -- a rich-media strategy and production agency...

Celeste Combs takes a 360-degree View of the Customer

For Celeste Combs, founder of The Experience Group, helping clients succeed in e-commerce means not only helping them understand usability, for which she is a...

Detlev Johnson and Heather Lloyd Martin: Hot on the Trail of Search Engine Marketing

Like Lewis or Clark (and their significant other Sacagawea), the Northwest explorers whose search skills brought them to settle in the Pacific Northwest, Internet...

Dakotta Alex: Networking on a First Name Basis

There are those on the Puget Sound Internet scene for whom first name recognition will suffice: Bill, Paul, Rob, Jeff, Dakotta. Dakotta? Dakotta Alex is...

Hand it to Jon Lisbin who has helped NetReflector and Alertus point the way...

his hand. Jon Lisbin gets to knows downtown Tokyo like the back of his hand For Jon Lisbin, the key to success...

Rob Holmes travels the path to success at Trails.com

From the slopes of Mount Kiliminjaro in Kenya to the land of the snow leopard in Mongolia and Central Asia, Rob Holmes has travelled...

Forecasting the Business Climate is by Design for Karl Bischoff

In the current edition of Communication Arts, Karl Bischoff takes up the question of economic recovery, analyzing the key economic indicators ("the ones that...

John Chaffee Has Cut Software Marketing Down to Size

It's a deep blue summer day in the life of the Puget Sound software industry, and John Chaffee is demonstrating how you can think...

The Art of Coaching as Crafted by Molly Gordon

Who needs a coach? Judging by the people who use them religiously, who swear by them emotionally, and who push themselves competitively in their...

Championing the Experience of Experience Design: Methodologie’s Greg Nations

Experience is the operative word when talking about the Web and "Experience Design" with Greg Nations, vice president of Interactive Services for the award-winning...

Straight A’s for Effort: Artist, Advocate and Association Chapter President Lisa Shaftel Stands Up...

"The Graphic Artists Guild is the only professional arts organization that engages in any sort of political advocacy and lobbying to make changes...

Denis Du Bois, founder of FreelanceSeattle.Net, shares the secret to success as an independent...

The freelance lifestyle in Seattle, or anywhere else in the world for that matter, is not for everyone. But for those who are prepared...

Debbi Brainerd: Creating the Puget Sound Habitat for Learning

In the new age of interactive learning, research reveals that what children do — what they actually experience for themselves first-hand, as opposed to...

A Knack for Know-How: John Knapp’s StartupAlliance.org Builds Its Foundation On Knowledge

For as long as he can remember, John Knapp has been involved in some form of teaching, coaching or training others to make technology...

Forget Spiderman, Super WebGirl Weaves A Superior Web

Look, up in the sky. It's the Space Needle, it's a Boeing prototype, it's a Columbia Center falcon. No, it's SuperWebGirl! A woman...

WebTalkGuys from Loudvox Goes Prime Time on CNET Radio

For the first two years of their excellent Internet adventure, Rob and Dana Greenlee, co-founders of Loudvox, an Internet radio and audio production...

Matt Hyde: Peaking the ROI for REI.com

The narrow path to E-commerce success has proven to be steep and often insurmountable for many in the Pacific Northwest. Not so for Matt...

WebTalkGuys from Loudvox Goes Prime Time on CNET Radio

The dictionary offers two definitions of the word mogul. The first: an industry leader, a person of influence or distinction. The second: the sculpted...

The Atom of Digital Eve

Less than 18 whirlwind months ago, a small group of women, virtually linked by the threads of an online discussion weaving across America and...

The Racer’s Edge

In her free time Tiffany McVeety likes to sail. But don't picture this five foot, six inch native of the "Land of 1,000 Lakes"...

Jeanette Stanhope Takes the Lead at WebGrrls

Call it synchronocity or serendipity, but Seattle WebGrrl Chapter Leader Jeanette Stanhope has found herself taking on positions of leadership and responsibility almost by...

Nordstrom in Re-release

Two generations ago, his great-grandfather used the earnings made during the gold rush to open a shoe store in Seattle. Now, nearly one hundred...

Seattle’s Spam Cop

He doesn't carry a badge, tear gas or pepper spray. The closest he'll ever get to his nemesis -- who could be hiding anywhere...

Career Karma by Curt

A virtual patron saint of career opportunity who manages one of the most popular Internet mailing lists of select job openings throughout the Puget...

Multimedia Maven

Alex St. John, whose company Wild Tangent picked up a cool $34 million in venture capital last week, has been named by Ziff-Davis as...

Customer Satisfaction Should Be Instant

By Mike Lande 3.26.2001 The Internet has revolutionized the customer grievance process. Before the Web, customers that recorded a complaint could expect weeks to pass before...

eCRM – Building relationships online?

By Donal Daly 3.2.2001 Too many companies undertaking marketing campaigns focus their efforts on acquiring new customers while ignoring existing ones. In today’s competitive environment this...

B2B eMarkets: What Defines Success?

By Cris Hagen 2.19.2001 With the slowing of the economy, failed dot-coms, etc., executives might conclude that the outlook for B2B eCommerce is rather dire. Some...

Riding the ClickPath to Success

By Elizabeth Charnock 2.5.2001 There's a great disparity between online and offline transactions. Studies show that only 2% of website visitors perform a transaction vs. 50%...

Partnering Between Education and Technology

When Marty Smith graduated the University of Washington Law School in 1981 and went to work for the law firm that would eventually become...

Total-Accountability Marketing

By Tom LaPaze 1.22.2001 Ahh…the good old days of gut decisions. Technology and today’s tighter marketing budgets have contributed to the current focus: total-accountability marketing. The detailed...

Telling the Tale of the Dot

Khody Golshan is one of a new breed of community-minded Seattle impresario. A natural promoter, he has single-handedly accepted the challenge of coaxing the...

The Internet: Unleashed

In theory, the wireless Web shouldn't be too hard to build. Start with the content that already exists on the Web, link it to...

Digital Moviemaker Does It By the Books

On its cover, the recently released book Digital Moviemaking: The Filmmaker's Guide to the 21st Century is described as "A Butt-Kicking, Pixel Twisting Vision...

New Ways to Raise Conversion Rates

by Tim Choate 12.18.00 As Internet moarketing continues to get more sophisticated, marketers will be introduced to more effective ways to get the right offer to...

January in July

Who says Canadians are boring? Last week, at Vancouver's Voda (the newest cool nightclub up there) Linda Richards and her life partner David Middleton...