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  • An Online Majority

    From the annals of News You Already Know comes two reports that shouldn't surprise you. On Monday, Reuters reported that "four out of five U.S. adults" or "79 percent -- about 178 million -- go online" and spend an average of 11 hours a week on the Internet.The survey, conducted by

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  • The economics of classification

    Everything that is added to a classification subtracts from what is already there, prompting the question: Has more been added than subtracted?I use a survey service called SurveyMonkey a lot. It's a great service. Recently, they upgraded, adding lots of new features. The problem is that some of the older

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  • Learning to love the stranger

    The future belongs to those who can combine the strength of community with the openness of globalization.Scandinavia is an amazing place. You would think its high taxes would discourage entrepreneurship, yet it produces some of the most innovative companies in the world. Every time I visit Denmark I'm struck by the

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  • Web Facilitates Wisdom of Crowds

    Harnessing the collective intelligence is the cornerstone of the Web's success. I used to have a lot of faith in expert knowledge and expert advice. I still do. However, because of the Web, and in an increasing number of circumstances, I am beginning to place more faith in the advice

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  • Don't Stereotype Your Customers

    Even if you're serving the same group of customers, their needs may have changed. This may mean having to change some deep-rooted beliefs.Ireland is my home. However, there are certain things about Ireland that drive me crazy. For the sake of my mental health, I avoid buying a newspaper. Whenever

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  • SEO and CMS: Best Practices During Deployment (Part 2)

    Last week we discussed some of the on-site factors that affect search engine rankings within a CMS implementation. This week, we’ll revisit these factors and present guidance for addressing and automating these strategies during your CMS implementation. System-Wide Considerations Enforce W3C Compliant Code Most mature CMS allow you to define

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  • Cheap at Heart: Search Optimization (Part 2)

    If there's one thing that we hold in common as a human race it's that, when we're on the Web, we're cheap. (Even the Swiss are cheap.)Go on, admit it; you're cheap. Breathe in deeply, and then as you breathe out slowly, whisper: "I'm cheap." Now louder: "I'm cheap." Now

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  • Things That Go Bump in Your CMS Project

    Have you ever asked yourself, "Is it just me, or does everyone have these same problems when implementing a CMS? I have. So I decided to do a little survey to find out.

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  • SEO and CMS: Deployment Best Practices (Part 1)

    Content management systems (CMS) place the responsibility of content creation and maintenance squarely in the hands of non-technical users. With the promise of reduced IT involvement and expenditures, the benefits of CMS are clear.

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  • Words that Work: Search Words Versus Website Words

    Do people search using basic, simple, old words? But when they arrive at a website are they moved to action by more emotive, sophisticated words?The Web is the land of the word. Getting your words exactly right can mean the difference between success and failure. Frank Luntz is a bit of

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  • The Web is the Organization

    The Web has become the organization. An organization of a billion people with a billion things to say. And a million ways to work together.The ability to organize is the basis of life. It is also the basis of civilization. Without the concept of the company, capitalism could not have

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  • Does Technology Make Managers Lazy?

    Technology does not replace the need for good management. Without such management, technology can create more problems than it solves.It's hard to resist the easy option. Buy this customer relationship management (CRM) software, and you will efficiently and cost-effectively be able to manage your customer relationships. Buy this content management

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  • Communications 2.0: Beta is Better

    What does 'Web 2.

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  • Recovering from Organization-Centricity

    Admit you have a problem: The first step to recovery is to admit that you are organization-centric. Say it: "We're organization-centric."Take off your coat. You can hang it over there. The evenings are closing in, aren't they? Have a seat. Have a seat. Tea or coffee? Black or white? I

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