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What Blogging Means To Me (And You)


Note: This is part one of a three part series on my predictions for 2009 (see part two and part three). I will be covering predictions for blogging, HR and those made by others as the new year approaches....
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Negative Churn


We just closed another great quarter at Intacct, and I'm extremely proud to report that we had 100% customer retention for our direct sales channel the quarter. This is no mean feat for a business of our size and growth - more than 2,500 customers...
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Keyword Research-Using Article Marketing to Test K


Keyword research and analysis is a constant effort in optimizing. Yet, optimizing requires a sandbox to test in. Article marketing and article directories, like eZineArticles.com, can be that perfect test environmentgood traffic volume, competitive...
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Whered the wireframe go?


User experience designers are very comfortable in the land of architecture diagrams, user flows, and wireframes. We love our black-and-white drawings that specify interaction. And this is a problem. One of my key realizations from last weeks UX...
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In India, with Force(.com) !


The Tour de Force events across the globe continue to draw great attendance and interest from developers looking to build new SaaS applications. The event is yet to make its way to India but I have been traveling across India (Pune & Bangalore)...
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A bench with two seats


A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to hear Joshua Gutwill, a researcher at the Exploratorium, speak about Instrumenting Chaos: Understanding the Visitor Experience in a Free-Choice Environment. In the Q&A part of the talk, someone asked if...
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