Category: Cre8pc

Twelve-plus years into the Internet Marketing and Usability/UX Web Design fields, I’m deeply entrenched in what I call Emo-Web. How much of our responses to web sites is planned before we ever arrived? Taking a nudge from my article at Search Engine Land, How Does Your Web Site Make Visitors Feel?, a few people who resonate with what I presented are discussing the topic in Neuroscience Meets Mysticism. Although my first piece on the topic didn’t catch the imagination ofRead more…

At long last, the last day to vote for me in the Leading Moms in Business contest has arrived. There will be a top 200 Winners Circle, which I hope to make. You can vote once a day!

The following testimonial is a true account from someone who was there at the very beginning. Alan Runfeldt says: As one of Kim’s earliest clients, I can attest to her story – and still recall the time I invited her over to use my credit card to buy food for the kids. It was a worthwhile investment in an extremely creative and energetic go-getter. When our CEO refused to pay her more than $25/hour, I upped her billing hours toRead more…

All of my blogging and articles are in other places this week. After spending a few days at Search Engine Strategies in New York City this week, I’m inspired with ideas for future writings. Online marketing is hot, but I came away impressed with an obvious emphasis on user centered design and usability. Marketers and advertisers are starting to understand how much they need each other for the long-term success of their clients and development of new ideas and anRead more…

We’re on the home stretch! Voting ends at midnight Pacific Time, March 31, 2009. http://cli.gs/vote4kim http://cli.gs/vote4kim The first annual 2009 StartupNation Leading Moms in Business competition will rank the top 200 mom-run businesses across America as determined by popular vote. See also Cre8pc.com Enters StartupNation Leading Moms in Business Competition and the Cre8pc story. Thank you!

I’d like to explore your questions…on search engines, search engine optimization, user experience design, usability, accessbility, the SEO and Usability industries and whatever else is on your mind. Please Email me anytime,or post your questions in the comments of this post. Your question(s) may provide food for good discussions. I will seek a variety of answers from various sources, which will help promote the expertise of others and offer different perspectives and choices. This is an opportunity for new peopleRead more…

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