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Nov 23

Fighting "Me Creep"

WRITTEN by: Bill Sterzenbach |
categories: Interactive

Often, we slip up and fall into some nasty, but easily curable practices in website content - the website that's all about me. We call this Me Creep.

Nov 21

It's Not Easy to Ask Why - Why is That?

WRITTEN by: Bill Sterzenbach |
categories: Research and Strategy

The point is, asking the second, third, and beyond whys are what makes us valuable to our clients. Many of them are not accustomed to being asked why, and some even bristle, but ultimately, this is why they hire us.

Nov 21

Pull Handles on Push Doors

WRITTEN by: Bill Sterzenbach |
categories: Interactive

....he assumed the interface would make it clear as to what was expected of him.

Nov 21

Responses to Lack of Scope - When are We There Yet

WRITTEN by: Bill Sterzenbach |
categories: Business Growth

Lack of Scope - a project killer for sure..projects with no finite definition of 'are we there yet?' and clients with little patience for being 'pinned down' to a set of deliverables.

Nov 19

Free SEO with Twitter - Google Indexes Twitter Links

WRITTEN by: Bill Sterzenbach |
categories: SEO

Today we are going to discuss when it makes sense to use a URL shortening service and when it's better to direct-link.

Nov 17

Google Analytics-Advanced Segments

WRITTEN by: Bill Sterzenbach |
categories: SEO

Todays tip: Using Advance Segments to remove bounced traffic.

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