I was fortunate enough to run a session at last week’s Inbound Marketing Summit in Boston. While I was not on the main stage, I am proud to have been on the same roster as Chris Brogan, David Meerman Scott and Scott Stratten, to name a few. The speakers were chock full of new ideas, [...]
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Excerpted from Michael Weiss’ Webinar for Nonprofit 911 sponsored by Network for Good, entitled “Our Web Site Stinks! Tips & Secrets for a Successful Website Redesign”
Yesterday I received an email from a gentleman I met through a Boston University alumni event. I was class of 1991; he was class of 2007. He told me that he and a partner were going to set up a Web Marketing company and asked if I had any advice for him. Ah, the young [...]
What an RFP is and why it is essential for any substantially sized Web project.
I have a friend who runs a software company that caters to collectors. There is so much more that my friend’s software could offer if it were offered online.
I know that with a title like “Sometimes We Forget” you may be expecting a deep, meaningful philosophical blog entry about life, love and the pursuit of happiness. Sorry to disappoint, but this is not the case. I am simply talking about forgetting. We are all guilty of it. Sometimes I forget that clients are [...]
I took a day off last week and took my family to Disneyland. It’s one of the many benefits of living in southern California. We met some friends there and for 10 hours we were literally off the grid in the lands of Tomorrow, Fantasy and Adventure. While we were eating $80 worth of pizza [...]
Pete Townshend once said that the audience is thick and doesn’t appreciate quality (around 3:15 he says it), no matter how hard you try. He went on to say that it’s a good thing because his band doesn’t have any quality (I beg to differ). They just do BIG things on stage and the audience [...]
Advice. We all give it; sometimes we take it. I have received a lot of advice over the years, but there two pieces of wisdom that I still use every day; one came from my father, and the other from John Cleese of Monty Python. When I started imagistic back in 1997, I really had [...]
Someone recently asked me “How do I make my site sticky?” I have not heard the word sticky used in reference to a Web site for a long time. With a two-year old and five-year old at home the word sticky has taken on a whole new definition. But that is for another blog. The [...]