A broad alliance of leading technology and power generation companies today joined forces to announce the development of “Zappy”, the first truly open and comprehensive platform for power generation devices.
Be unique in your merchandising and value proposition, not on where you put your site search box. Testing and usability labs show that conversion suffers when users can’t find site elements where they expect them to be.
Shhhh… RKG engineers crack Google’s PR server.
As seen in real life.
Here is a “funny” blog.
“Here’s Comes Another Bubble” video and copyright fracas.
Incredible paper folding video from MIT.
Off-topic post on Tom Swifties.
Four parodies heading into the weekend.
For fun, we wanted to see if we could get a page dugg for Father’s Day.
Can you evaluate the effectiveness of your website in a mere seven minutes? This exercise can’t approach the value of a comprehensive third-party review, but it can help you brush up on usability and conversion basics.
How the computer really moves the cursor.
Next time you have a free hour in DC, consider visiting the National Postal Museum across from Union Station.
Random Friday fun.
A great news day across the web, truly amazing stuff!!!
The best opportunity to see a total lunar eclipse in recent years will happen tomorrow night, between sunset and 8p EST.
Delighted to see our blog named to Todd And’s list of 150 Top Marketing Blogs. We’re honored.
18 assorted interesting links, no particular theme.
I’ll be speaking at the AMA’s “Hot Topic” series on paid search in San Francisco, New York, and Chicago in April, May, and June.
What is intriguing about the Zombo.com search engine is its sheer breadth — you can do anything at Zombocom.
Incredible and strange online art from Masayuki Kido.
We offer this list of tactics to marketers interested in torpedoing their site’s conversion rate.
Google advocates for test driven development, no matter where an engineer sits.
A chracter encoding software bug produced this “handwritten” message.
On October 18th, English writer Sharon Jacobsen writes a blog post called Collecting People.
Fast forward sixty-seven days: “blog tag” has gone viral, with 15,000+ posts across the web.
Could you or your business create an idea so good it spreads like a virus?