Category Archives: Internet Business

Research before buying web software – script security is important

We spend a good deal of time researching software before we buy it, and even then we are at time disappointed with purchases we had hoped would make web sites function better. Whether it’s server side software for web site addons, or complete web site scripts, take the time to research the piece of software… Read More »

New Nashville Web Sites 03-2009

A couple of new – or relaunched web sites from the Tn area, mainly Nashville. We love working with new web site clients, although it is quite challenging to teach people at first what they need to consider, once the new site is up and running it’s great to see concept become a reality. Nashville… Read More »

Marketing Strategies with Social Networking Sites

Performaincing publishes an article explaining some of the benefits, and various ways to use social networking for marketing. An excerpt: Unfortunately, the fact is that being “social” is becoming an absolute necessity for online success for web workers, including pro bloggers. (Business Week has an extensive article on how social media will change your business,… Read More »

Social network software rising

We’ve been consulting for several clients about social networks and keeping a close eye on the developments of various social network software and the niche sites that are springing up and using them. There have been some new developments in both areas, here’s a few we’d like to highlight. Automattic (wordpress parent company, creators of… Read More »

Colleges Create Offbeat Videos to Try to Build Web Buzz

We love to see more niche markets getting creative with public relations, and using newer media to get an unusual message out is just the kind of thing that colleges should be doing. It’s a young hip demographic, certainly viral videos will be more effective online than any amount spent on print advertising. The social… Read More »

Store adds new dimension to online shopping

From Retuers NEW YORK (Reuters Life!) – Consumers looking to avoid crowded malls and the tedium of online shopping can now shop in a virtual 3-dimensional store. Specialty retailer Brookstone Inc. opened the virtual doors to its 3-dimensional store, which combines a Second Life-like visual experience with real merchandise customers can buy. “The 3-D brings… Read More »