Category Archives: blogs for business

Discussion about the use of blogs for business and/or professional purposes.

Moving from “opt-out” to “opt-in” culture

“We’re here for consumers. Why, without them, we’d have nobody whose privacy we can invade so that we can exploit them to advertisers.” Comment about Google under user comments on: http://www.winrumors.com/google-claims-microsoft-and-apple-are-partners-in-a-patent-war-against-android/ Teaching courses on digital marketing and ethics in information … Continue reading

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The Way We Connect

In my travel to Spain to do research for a book on that topic, I journeyed through the north to Santiago de Compostela and by staying in a small inn outside of the city (the terminus of The Way of … Continue reading

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Social Networking Innovation in an Online E-Business Course

Here is a Web-based version of my ICERI10 conference presentation on the topic: Social Networking Innovation in an Online E-Business Course http://www.programhouse.com/webpres/phiceri2010pres1.htm This Web-based PowerPoint presentation (optimized for the Internet Explorer browser) describes a curriculum innovation that provides an authentic … Continue reading

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Riding the Crest of Change

In 1996, as I wrote the Introduction to a book that my co-author (Gene De Libero) and I would call Strategic Networking, I wanted to capture in words what I could about the innovation that was then in an early … Continue reading

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digital marketing strategies and techniques for Web sites

There are many digital marketing strategies and techniques that can be used for achieving e-business Web site goals such as increasing traffic, social networking, social media, converting¬†browsers to customers, etc.¬† Share with us briefly in your comment what you feel … Continue reading

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using blogs to promote traffic to a Web site

In this entry, I would like to consider the use of blogs as a marketing tool to promote traffic to a Web site, such as my own at http://www.programhouse.com The rationale for this strategy can be expressed as tenets of … Continue reading

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user research with blogs

As an academic and consultant, I am interested in exploring Internet-based software that might support user research. To that end, I would like to invite discussion about the use of blogs for research, such as soliciting and collecting user feedback … Continue reading

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the business of blogs

To kick off discussion on the use of blogs for business and/or professional purposes, I would like to characterize Doc’s Blog on those terms. Although my initial intention was to use this blog for promoting discussion on the broad topic … Continue reading

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the specter of moderation

As I considered the nature of this blog, I was immediately confronted with the big question for anyone who ventures into the “read-write Web” and its ability to allow others to write to your Web pages: to what degree should … Continue reading

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