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Where are your usability services pages?  Where’d you hide the Free Quote form? Why does your site look like you ran over it with a Ford Truck? Patience. There will be news soon. Something amazing has happened. It’s the end of an era for me.  Yes. And a rebirth. A time to be born, a time to die A time to plant, a time to reap A time to kill, a time to heal A time to laugh, a time toRead more…

If you are a regular here and wonder why the design keeps changing, well. Welcome to The Experiment. I’ve been trying all kinds of software and themes, testing conversions and ease of use of everything.  This latest one is a basic WordPress Theme, which I’ve never tried before. The lessons I’m learning along the way have been incredible, humbling and funny.  Every tidbit of this ongoing experiment offers me a more intimate perspective of what many of you go throughRead more…

I was struck by Jordan Kastler’s The Hidden Cost Of Cheap SEO & Social Media Labor because I wrote about this in the 1990′s. In fact, my article caught the eye of a local newspaper reporter who later interviewed me about my new business and rather forceful writings. He promoted what I wrote about Yahoo! where I stated, “Anyone who says they can get you into Yahoo!’s directory for free is flat out lying.” The original premise of the firstRead more…

For those who haven’t seen it, I presented a webcast for the American Marketing Association last June. Here is the free slideshow of the presentation. Aquent/AMA Webcast: How User Centered Web Design Techniques Enhance Online Marketing View more presentations from Aquent Webmaster When a search engine giant such as Google has a large usability department, you can be assured that user experience is vital to online and offline marketing. This webcast session will debunk the myth that search engine marketingRead more…

Nothing beats affordable training with reputable teachers and that’s just what’s coming up on November 3, 2011 at the Online Media Boot Camp. Held in the historical Valley Forge area outside Philadelphia, in King of Prussia, PA, you’ll be treated to a day of sessions offered by three lively ladies who love to teach. Liana Evans, Kim Krause Berg and Sarah Doheny are ready to help you learn new skills or update your present knowledge on: Search engine optimization ConversionsRead more…

I’ve been teaching myself new things lately and one of them is getting away from the Thesis theme I traditionally use, and trying out other blog themes. That’s why this site looks different. So does Cre8asiteforums. The new forums home page is in limbo and not finished yet, but it looks far better than the previous home page did. Not only are themes interesting to get to know, but so are new CSS3 tricks. I’m not much a designer. OtherRead more…

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