Category: Cre8pc

My presentation at Chicago SES 2008 was a bit awkward due to the fact that I chose a different font style, that when loaded on a different computer for our panel, did not render properly. What appeared were a series of empty blue boxes. I know my stuff, but I didn’t feel in sync with my brain and felt many points I wanted to make were missed. In addition to that, we were a panel of 5 and limited toRead more…

You’ll find me at Search Engine Land today, with my latest submission to the “Just Behave” column. I wrote The Biggest Web Site Usability Mistakes You Can Make What are they? Does your web site make them? How can you tell? Sphinners can find the article at Sphinn, waiting for hugs., or Digg it here if you found it helpful.

I’ve promised myself to leave the laptop at home tomorrow and allow myself to be fed and entertained tomorrow by family in Ocean City, Maryland. We may even run down to the beach. A day with family is something I’m always grateful for. And, it’s always sweet to visit the eccentric family members – at least once or twice a year. I have two new web sites in the works. Akesana is my playful one. It’s been privately dubbed byRead more…

Now you see it, now you don’t. Whatever the situation, SearchWiki has disappeared from view and nobody is quite sure why. Updated: Google claims it is a “bug” and are working to restore SearchWiki now.

Just a heads up that the “secrets” are out – Give It Up: White Hat Edition This session has SEOs sharing favorite, little-known and powerful techniques that wont get you banned in search engines from trying. Moderator: Danny Sullivan, Editor-in-Chief, Search Engine Land Speakers: Michael Gray, President, Atlas Web Service Kimberly Krause Berg, Usability Consultant/Owner, UsabilityEffect.com Kate Morris, Search Engine Marketing Manager, RateGenius Tyler Shears, Online Marketing Manager, Databanq Media Stephan Spencer, President, Netconcepts Shari Thurow, Founder and SEO DirectorRead more…

In case you haven’t noticed, the last several really good posts or articles from me have been placed into other places rather than this one. Why? Because I have very loyal, generous friends. Announcements 1. The Cre8pc Blog made Blogs.com’s Top 10 Customer Experience, Tech, and Business Strategy Blogs list, chosen by Ravi Lichtenberg. (Sphunn here.) 2. UserEffect’s Dr. Pete has released Converting The Believers: How to Turn Website Visitors into Buyers, which I’m reviewing but hey, don’t wait forRead more…

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