All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘content management’
As even mobile hardware has now improved beyond what average consumers might actually need on a daily basis, the emphasis on software has become more important in recent years. Add to this the ease with which content can be shared and businesses are now terrified of piracy, as the nearly constant battle over copyright laws demonstrates. This is despite the …
It’s not TV, it’s HBO — on your mobile phone, no less. Well, a couple of them, anyway. Oh, look, just in time for True Blood, too. That’s right, if you own and Android or an iPhone/iPad, the adventures of Sookie Stackhouse will soon be available on your device, provided you have an existing HBO account. After months of trashing …
Here is an interesting report I received from Forrester, Plan your ECM Strategy For Business, Persuasive, Transactional, And Foundational Needs by Stephen Powers and Alan Weintraub with Matthew Brown and Anjali Yakkundi. They note that enterprises are now struggling under increasing volumes of varying types of content (aka multi-channel information overload). In the past firms have taken a product-specific approach …
Google’s Matt Cutts has an interesting video up (one of many) on the Google Webmaster Central YouTube channel that deals with switching to a new content management system and how that can affect search engine rankings. Someone asks:
We are changing a farily large HTML site to CMS. What are the essentials to keep in mind so that we do not lose our search rankings?
One of the biggest mistakes really large publishers make today is doing SEO like it’s 1999. They throw up hundreds, thousands, and sometimes millions of pages, with the belief that more is better. This has grown exponentially with web 2.0 and blogging apps and cross-tagging, listing and publishing content in multiple spots. Here’s an example that’s pretty typical of a problem I see with alarming frequency.
It is hard to imagine a world without e-commerce nowadays, and more and more people are trying their hand at creating websites and earning money online.
Just when you think you understand the content publishing trend of the day, here comes another one to mess up your plans.
The progressives these days are running around the office shouting unintelligible words (to the old folks) like “blogs” and “wikis.” Attorneys and public relations managers duck and cover when this happens, even if the marketing team is dancing beside their cubicles (blogs and wikis are great, efficient, and economical ways to reach the masses).