Do you know how to switch to the desktop view of Facebook on your iPad or Android tablet? Check out this quick tip that will hopefully save you some time and frustration!
If you are a WordPress blogger and want to learn how better administer your site, speed it up, and secure it from hackers, here are my top 10 tips.
Traffic is good….but what you do with that traffic can make the difference between life and death of your blog and your business. If you’re only interested in increasing traffic and you’re not thinking about converting that traffic into leads (and eventually customers), then all your efforts are going to waste.
In preparation for my blog Spring cleaning, I thought I’d put together a checklist of things that I want to do that would positively impact my SEO and I figured I’d share it in hopes that might help you out.
Driving user adoption is one of the key challenges for any Intranet portal, but one of the most effective ways to ensure that your users are getting the most of your Intranet functionality is to ask them how they want to use it, observe how they actually use it, and either add/modify functionality to meet their needs or train them to use the portal better.
In case you hadn’t noticed, Facebook pulled another…well…”Facebook” today by rolling out changes to their GUI without telling anyone. As usually, they rolled out a poorly tested piece of functionality that works as well as if…well…a 25 year old drunk grad student coded it.
The popularity of social media sites like Twitter and Facebook have resulting in the shortening of the messages we share. Since Twitter has a character limit, more and more people are expecting to be able to drop the WWW from your URL and still have it work properly.
It never ceases to amaze me how few people trust their organizational intranets. A tool that was designed specifically for the purpose of helping employees do their job better and faster is often the joke of the water cooler. Yet organizations knowingly ignore the fact that employees don’t use or trust the information stored on their intranet.
Periodically, I have the great opportunity to sit in front of a group of employees and ask them about their intranet experiences. Often, it’s in anticipation of an intranet revamp, so the need for a “do-over” or an evolution has already been defined at some level. While the individual users and comments might be different, they usually go start with something like this: