Jim Shore Engages Customers with Live Webcasting

Artist Jim Shore began webcasting live shows from his studio in 2015, offering special signed collectibles and pricing to viewers that purchased products on his website during the webcast. It proved so successful, he's continued through 2016 and into...

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Research shows website video improves engagement and sales

In the quest to find information fast, people are reading less and watching videos more. Show don't tell One minute video on your website is equal in value to 1.8 million words according to Dr. James McQuivey of Forrester Research. And...

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Content Management Systems We Love For Work and Play

We've tried and tested most of the top-rated and most popular content management systems (CMS) available online and have decided to recommend, install, customize and support only three of them: ExpressionEngine for highly customized websites, Wordpress for low-cost websites,...

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CLICKCLICKCLICK To Click or Not To Click

THE CASE FOR AND AGAINST SHORT WEB PAGES AND LOTS OF LINKS Some people like it. Some people don't. Clicking, that is. Having observed Web surfers over the years, I've noticed some important behavioral characteristics of Web surfers that Web...

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Too Many Words

EDITING CONTENT PRIOR TO PUBLISHING Did you ever get the feeling that there's just too many words on the Web? Well, you're not alone. Many people feel overwhelmed by all the content and the myriad of links on every page....

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