Best of 2007: Web Analytics
FEBRUARY 25, 2008
And how can you most effectively use web analytics to make productive changes? Here are some of the best articles and blog posts from 2007 on optimizing the use of web analytics. You've heard it a million times: "You can't manage what you can't measure." But which metrics are really important? Personally, I'm skeptical. Does Your Web Site Need a Workout?
Best of 2007: Cool Online Tools
MARCH 3, 2008
File conversion tools Still running Office 2003, but need to convert the new XML-based formats from Office 2007 so you can read and work with them? Here's a list of interesting and useful tools to help you convert files, find content, promote your blog, and add content to your website, among other activities. A free trial of the software is available here. Very cool.
Best of 2007: Miscellaneous Marketing Stuff
MARCH 5, 2008
From advertising to white paper syndication to voicemail, here are a few of the best marketing-related newsletter articles and blog posts from 2007 that simply didn't fit into any other category. Check out these stories from the penultimate entry in WebMarketCentral's Best of 2007 series. No flashing whack-a-mole banners. But that's actually good. You want those failures. seconds.
Best of 2007: Web 2.0 Sites
FEBRUARY 27, 2008
A number of new social networking, social search, social bookmarking, and other Web 2.0-related websites and tools either got their start or got traction in 2007. Here are some of the most notable new sites and tools that made it onto the radar last year. Go2Web20.net Billed as "the complete Web 2.0 directory," this site has cataloged more than 2,000 Web 2.0 Ning Marketing 2.0 Web 2.0
Best of 2008: Amusing, Creative and Just Plain Odd, Part 2
SEPTEMBER 16, 2009
I hate to kick that dead dog again, but it sucked in 2007, it sucked in 2008, and it'll continue to suck wind in 2009." Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang running an ad agency. How Internet marketing is like a ruptured disc. Bizarre yet real images on the web. Ads that never should have seen the light of an LCD screen. What do all of these things have in common?