Since taking on this new job with CMP’s Electronics Group last month, I have been having a blast examining the sites that I am now responsible for and dusting off some of my old Web maxims. These are lessons that I wrote about many years ago, and updated with some new ones too. It has been fun to go back down memory lane and see how far the Web has come in the past few years, while I have been busy toiling in the valley of the VAR print fields.
It has also been frustrating to see that even with better technology and tools, we are still such babes in the Web woods. So I thought I would share a few of these lessons learned with you, in the hopes of stimulating further discussion. After all, if I can’t get help from you, my readers and experts, whom can I trust? Read the full article on smallbiztechnology.com
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