Articles in the Websites Category
The Web Marketing Association's 14th annual international WebAward competition is accepting entries until May 25, 2010. The WebAwards are the standards-defining competition that sets industry benchmarks based on the seven criteria of a successful Web site. A complete list of past winners and this year’s entry form can be found at www.webawards.org.
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Is your website lost? Now it will be found!Tune in Monday forSearch Engine Friendly CopyOctober 29-November 2, 2007GUEST: Dianna Huff, Marcom Writer BlogTOPIC: Writing Search Engine Friendly Copy
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There are rumors of Ron Paul supporters manipulating Digg. I’ve got the names and the evidence.
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Last week, I contacted Digg.com in an attempt to find out some demographic information about their userbase. They have yet to respond. As I await either a tasteful form letter or hell freezing over, I thought it might be fun to share what I emailed over.
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Explore the history of Digg from the Bury Brigade to influencing political discussions.
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Where do Digg articles go when they die? I track the shelf life of popular Digg.com articles and report my findings.
Dianna Huff's e-book, “Turning Clicks into Leads” manages to make sense of the world of SEO copywriting without confusing jargon (or forced humor)….
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Dee Rambeau prompted some interesting dialog about hosted content management services while I was away on vacation. In case you hadn’t noticed, David Johnson continued his side of the argument on his blog. His blog is for Phoenix Information Services, LLC, “Speaking to the Automotive Retail World.” So David may be coming from a really big and multi-layered industry perspective.
Another participant in the discussion, Dominic Jones, also commented on David’s blog. Dominic comes from IR Web Report, which bills itself as “the world's #1 source for investor relations website advice and …
Yesterday Danny Sullivan announced on his blog that he is leaving Search Engine Watch. This was big news in the web developer and marketing communications community, but so far it has prompted little comment in the PR community. This is surprising, when you consider the impact PR, including the lowly news release, can have a search engine visibility. You would think that PR people might have paid more attention to the departure of the person whose name has been synonymous with search engine optimization strategies.
I first came across Sullivan's search …
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Please join us July 17-21, 2006 for a blog program: PR is Getting
Personal, with discussion leaders Joost van de Loo, Clo Willaerts and
ABOUT THE TOPIC:In today's networked world it is no longer a winning strategy to have a safe job and to trust in the authority of your company. Positions change quickly; your manager can become a freelancer, your supplier can be your client the next month. Commercial communication is more and more becoming the ongoing dialogue between individuals that the Cluetrain Manifesto predicted. Direct-to-consumer PR is only a …