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Customer confusion can kill a Web site

By Jerrold Prothero, Ph.D. 4.24.2001 In the gold-rush days of the web, it was truly remarkable how little money was spent by start-ups on usability testing....

To tour or not to tour? That is the question.

By Muriel Guilbert, Account Director, Parker LePla In these times of economic hardships,where marketing budgets are being slashed and air travel is an issue...

Facebook “Graph Search” – A Strange Name Is Just the Beginning!

By Larry Sivitz We at Seattle24X7 have a decidedly Northwest way of thinking about Facebook's Graph Search that is both complimentary and, well, a bit hypercritical. First,...

How To Use Amazon’s Kindle to Generate Business Leads

by John S. Rizzo & Michael Santoro Imagine if Amazon were to start sending you business leads regularly and even began paying you to allow...

The Right Time to Sell

by Tom Metz, Author, Investment Banker, Founder, T.V. Metz & Co., LLC. Selling a company at the right time can make a big difference in...

Online — In A Fast-Changing World

by Dan Japhet Some folks are not going to like this. It requires change. New learning. These folks are going to be dragged kicking and...

VoIP for Business: The Top Ten Things to Consider Before Buying

by Mark Sher, Director of Marketing, AccessLine Communications Kent Hellebust, Chief Marketing Officer, AccessLine Communications You've heard all the talk about VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol)...

Microsoft Advises Vanity Fair on “Lost Decade.” “Get Lost!” says...

Facing a withering attack from Vanity Fair magazine that called into question the competency and vision of Chief Executive Officer, Stephen Ballmer, Microsoft has...

THE FIFTH GENERATION WEB SITE: Custom designed web solutions with integrated...

By Shannon Zastrow Generations One thru Four: A brief history of Web site evolution Since the infancy of the Web back in the mid-nineties, Web...

Take Advantage of the Downturn: Turn Savings Into Opportunities for Innovation

By Mark Usher and David Tunney "Before making any announcements, executives should reflect on the last time they cut back during a slowdown. They...