All posts tagged website development

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Switching Channels: Does TV have a place in the online world?

I have to say I enjoy my TV on a regular basis, in small, incremented doses. I select what I enjoy – taped or live – and it’s a chance for me to unwind. In this, I’m not alone. According to an A.C Nielsen survey, the average American watches around 31.5 hours of television per week.

So does this mean TV is not dying as the online gurus predicted it must? While one would automatically assume it’s the youth of today who are switching gears from sitting in front of a television screen to that of a computer, a study conducted by MTV entitled A Beta Life Youth, found that one in four people between 12-24 acknowledged seeing a brand first on TV, and 60% admitted that TV ads influenced them!

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The Dual Critical Roles Customer Relationship Management Plays in a Web Project

They say you learn from your mistakes, but in the current economic and virtual climate we live in, a single mistake can lead to a company’s ultimate demise!

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9 Web Marketing Trends That Defy Gravity

Learning from the Shake Weight phenomenon, here are 9 web trends you should consider in your next web evolution. Every marketer needs a great framework to build their online presence. By integrating social seeding into their communications plans, they can begin to establish themselves as trusted and valuable members of the community.

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Praise to the Website Style Guide

A style guide can have real sustainable value, when it conveys deep principles of website design rather than a simple statement of fashion and technology. Guidelines facilitate usability for customers and prospects, they are of equal importance for content managers, Web managers, marketers, and the organization itself.

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Shake Weights and Your Website Have More in Common than you Might Think

It’s a fascinating story. 40 million sales, 2 million units, 10 million views on YouTube, placement in national retail chains…… How in the world did they do it? And, can I replicate this phenomenon with my brand?