Ten Commandments for Effective Online Social Networking
by Paul Chaney
Published on December 1, 2009
I want to share a 10-step game plan for social-network involvement that I think will work for you. You don't have to think of these steps as commandments; rather, they are practical guidelines that will make you a better member of the social-networking communities in which you participate.
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How Effective Form Headers Increase Registration Count
Have you ever gone to a website and had a difficult time finding what you're looking for, so you end up leaving? The same thing can happen with your registration form. The first thing people see when they land on your registration form is the top of the page. So you’ll want to make a great first impression and provide all necessary information for them to complete their registration.
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Is Anybody Following Your Thought Leadership? Five Best-Practices
By Paul McKeon
Published on November 10, 2009
Rudolf Melik is a modest man, but he is also a thought leader.
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Your Website's Missing Ingredient
by Jerry Bader
Published on October 13, 2009
"My mechanic told me he couldn't repair my brakes so he made my horn louder."
—Steven Wright, comedian
We all want our websites to be more effective, and if you're like most businesspeople you are constantly searching the Web for anything that will help.
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Collider Sets Record, and Europe Takes U.S.’s Lead
By: Dennis Overbye, NY Times
Date: December 10, 2009
Tiny spitfires of energy blossomed under the countryside outside Geneva late Tuesday night, heralding the arrival of a new European particle collider as the biggest, baddest physics machine in the world.
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