Monthly Archives: July, 2011
You’re on a website, and suddenly an ad for belly fat, personal hygiene products or stained teeth pops on your screen. Your nose wrinkles at the tastelessness of the ad and you reach for your mouse. Most people do not appreciate bad-mannered or unflattering ads. Having those kinds of ads on your site regardless of [...]
I love Seth Godin’s work. He is interesting, different, and his stories are relevant to my interests and needs. When choosing topics for your blog, you must first analyze your audience through the use of such tools as metrics, cultivate your “base” as Mr. Godin says, and then write articles that your audience responds to.
In the next wave of the web, we’ll see lots of existing players evolve. Will you be one of them? Let’s face it, in today’s market, if you don’t go big and maintain your presence, you fade away and are forgotten. Or you are dismantled and carted away in bit and pieces to be used [...]
I recently started a popular series of murder mysteries by J.D. Robb. They feature Lt. Eve Dallas, a New York cop, and her husband Roarke, a multi-billionaire who got his start in part by hacking computers. During the course of the series, in the interest of justice, Roarke has hacked police, government and personal computers [...]
High-speed internet connections that turned the web into an entertainment center as well as an information mecca have helped create a growing zeal for internet services and social media. Worldwide, there are an estimated 2 million people with Web access. That is roughly eight times as many from just 10 years ago. Mobile devices have [...]
Ever hit a creative roadblock? A content implementation with outlines of topics to be covered, categories, titles, tags and the six w’s of journalism can dramatically increase your chances of breaking through that block. It also earmarks future reposts or reconstruction of posts and blogs so that they can be presented in a way that [...]
Throughout time, human beings have separated themselves in to groups. As such, it’s these groups’ decisions that help scores of highly competitive social sites to wax and wane along with different networks and apps. It seems that who is “in” and who is “out” is governed by a grocery list of different societal items. Among [...]