WebPresence

Merry Christmas!

We’re going off the air until Monday, December 28.

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Why Hashtags? Versus Handles.

Answering this question deserves a post of it’s own. In a recent example we noticed that Tripcheck.com uses Twitter Handles for each Oregon Highway. Cool, right? You can follow updates…

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Forward in 2016: Emergence of “Content Strategy”

Commercial success is dependent upon the production of valuable information concerning a product or service.

What’s that actually mean?

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Top Tier Web Management – Agency Minimums Commonly Exceed $25k/yr.

SMB’s typically spend 100 times less per year than their Medium or Large business competition. How does this affect Small Business in the Digital Marketplace? What are they missing?

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Website Hacking — Strong case for Shared Managed Hosting

“Get faster, get shared. Get secure, get managed.”

Web Hosting best practices for Sole Prop’s and Managers who “wear all the hats.”

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Mobilegeddon? A non-event or big thing?

Poll: Has Mobile-geddon affected web traffic at your site?

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Content Intelligence — Does Search “Grade our Work”?

…deploying a new Web Presence inevitably involves reshaping the message. Most often to sharpen it’s focus. Why? To render an effective page on mobile appliances to start.

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Previously Unpublished Isaac Asimov Essay “On Creativity”

With great interest I recently read in Technology Review online:  About one of Isaac Asimov’s intersections with ARPA (Advanced Research Projects Agency) in the late 1950’s An MIT research group was…

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Why operate an Anchor Website in your Web Presence?

Two issues: Vision and workflow. Until an Operator begins to recognize the greater ability of an Anchor Website site to support, aggregate and consistently “Brand” content of all kinds, they…

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Back of the napkin proof: Why Engineers will always earn less than Managers.

Finally, mathematical proof that highly trained Engineers with knowledge across many disciplinary boundaries — will always earn less than management. Understanding the proof requires a “pre-calculus’ understanding of basic math. This…

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