Category: Ecommerce

I’ve had an extremely busy day that included user testing with Camtasia and installing a new moderator at Cre8asiteforums (Congratulations Joe Dolson!) I barely had time to feed anybody here, which tonight, was no big deal because nobody was here at the same time to eat together anyway. Flattery is the new SEO So, I finally nestled down for another peek at my feeds (this is not considered work, by the way. I relax, put up my feet, help aRead more…

At the Chicago Search Engine Strategies conference held earlier this month, two themes were repeated in various ways by different panels of speakers that I felt were strong messages to keep in mind. The first item is understanding that search engines sincerely want your content. This is not an excuse to manipulate them. Rather, the message was simple. Clearly state on every page the topic or theme, and the search engines can take it from there. Even if your pageRead more…

For fun and because some of the questions and informative posts coming into Cre8asiteforums lately are interesting, I decided to share some of them. (Special note to the latest viagra spammer. Thanks for the laughs and being so obviously useless.) Okay, here we go. If you handcode CSS, why bother with Dreamweaver (or any WYSIWYG) app? Price perceptions – shocks in store? Ammon writes, …a new study highlighted by Wharton, has shown that most people automatically assume that they areRead more…

You read and hear it all the time. Somebody tells you to do something a certain way because it’s the only correct way. So, you do it, only to learn later that your original way was fine or an even better approach. You may grow tired of being lectured to. You may not know whom to trust. I thought Aaron Wall’s SEO Book blog post called Bad Advice That Sounds Good was thought provoking. Last I checked, it had garneredRead more…

Kids are home from school all week, and I’m hosting a Thanksgiving gathering this year, so posting will be light. I’ve got the 20 pound turkey, and a chore-list that’s a mile long. Here’s a bit of news to share, however, just to prove that bloggers can keep this up under the most extreme of circumstances. Like the parents and in-laws coming to a holiday dinner… Accessibility Legislation by country is a must-have for global web design. (Hat tip RosieRead more…

Since this blog isn’t popular enough to play in the major leagues, I got a little help from some friends. This is my Dove Commerical photo. Is Link-bait Ruining The Web? Why can’t people just create and maintain content?! Um. Yeah. Because content alone does not a website make. It’s all about who can embarress themselves the most, especially when EVERYBODY ELSE’s BLOG GOT INTO REVIEW ME. Search Marketing Standard Magazine Update (Real News) The winter issue is coming soonRead more…

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