|April 23, 2014|
|How to Create and Run a Successful Website|
|By Sally Ormond|
You might think I'm about to launch into a thinly veiled sales pitch for professional copywriting services well I'm not. In fact this post has nothing to do with copywriting at all.
There's more to a successful website that it's content (although that is a very big piece of the puzzle).
In fact, there's one mistake companies make over and over again.
You see it on a huge scale.
Want to know what it is?
They try too hard to be pretty.
Function over form [...]
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|Understanding the Workforce: The Latest Buzz on Talent Trends...|
|LinkedIn recently held a webinar discussing the "latest buzz and talent trends" related to recruiting, staffing, and hiring. The company has now put it on YouTube for all to view. [...]|
|Matt Cutts On How To Get Google To Recognize Your Mobile Pages|
|Google has a new "Webmaster Help" video out. This time Matt Cutts discusses optimizing for the mobile web. Specifically, he takes on this submitted question: [...]|
|The 4 Types of Content Your Website Needs|
High street retailers have a major advantage over their online competitors; their customers can see, feel and touch their products and talk to someone about them there and then.
In the world of Internet retail, there are no roaming sales people to have a chat with and no product displays that you can interact with to get a feel for what you're buying.
That's why it's important you get the right balance of content on your website to give your potential customers all the information they [...]
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In this "Polar Vortex" edition of The Baer Facts, I talk with Kyle Lacy of ExactTarget about this transitive postulate:
||For the last year, I had been acting Director of Social Media at Unison, probably one of the most fashion-forward, innovative, creative, and tech-savvy web application development companies I have ever worked with. Their sites were [...]|
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