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United States Web Ranking

November 22, 2013
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The Web Index for 2013 ranked the U.S. in forth place. The founder of the world wide web, Sir Tim Berners Lee said , “a growing tide of surveillance and censorship now threatens the future of democracy. Bold steps are needed now to protect our fundamental rights to privacy and freedom of opinion and...
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Are You Aware of How You Surf the Web?

January 17, 2012
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Are You Aware of How You Surf the Web?

There are several popular web browsers. The safest is probably Lynx. Microsoft and Google have browsers, but you have to wonder about your privacy and security. Mozilla may offer a good alternative. About Mozilla As a non-profit, we’re free to innovate on your behalf without any pressure to compromise. That means a better experience...
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What Is The Price Of Freedom?

September 28, 2009
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Facebook is finding out the cost of freedom — $9.5 million. A couple years ago Facebook started a marketing division called Beacon. Beacon worked as a go-between for Facebook and third-party businesses, such as, Blockbuster, Fandango and Overstock.com. The idea was to show a Facebook member’s friends recent purchases in the belief that it...
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The Form Of Consumer Relations

March 27, 2009
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If I had to pick out just one unique feature of advertising on the Internet, it would be the ability for interaction between the business and the consumer. The world wide web is different than a billboard or broadcasting in that it allows communication to flow in both directions. Broadcasting pushes a message onto...
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Are There Website Rules or Standards?

February 15, 2009
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Site Programming Avoid Bells and Whistles – Ask what program(s) the website will be written with HTML authoring programs to avoid Dreamweaver Microsoft FrontPage Adobe GoLive Automated website builders from hosting companies Website programming languages and tools to avoid – “Push” Technologies – Programming that the viewer may not desire and that could be...
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What Do I Need to Know About Website Content?

February 15, 2009
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Site Content Content Development Plan – Must grab viewer’s interest Sales Service Marketing Promotions Photos/Images Geographic segments demographic segments, etc.. Create Good Copy Important to have solid foundation On-going refinement Attention to keywords Learn from your viewers – Give the people what they want Assess Navigability Any page can be the first page that...
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What Are the Basics for Advertising on the Web?

February 15, 2009
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Marketing/Advertising/Accessibility/Audience/Traffic Search Engines Most Popular Google MSN Yahoo AOL Complex Algorithms – Criteria used by the Search Engines to rank pages. Copy Accessibility Keywords Links to your site Submission Process Your entire website should be cataloged and available Integrated Marketing Part of something bigger Industry leading sites Established networks of websites Connect to the...
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