Archive for August, 2007

Getting casual users to sell your product and the power of “word of mouth”

Friday, August 10th, 2007

Search Engine Guide features a story on how to recruit casual users of your product or website to become product evangelists. Jennifer Laycock describes the process of engaging customers to sell your product and the power of “word of mouth” marketing. Here’s a quote… My phrase at the class this week was that social media […]

The invention of Web 3.0

Wednesday, August 8th, 2007

Read/Write Web features video of Google CEO Eric Schmidt talking about Web 3.0. According to Schmidt, Web 2.0 was based on AJAX technology. Web 3.0 will be about building smaller applications and linking them together. Smaller apps can run on different devices, ranging from computers to cell phones, and can be “distributed virally” through email […]

Smashing Magazine picks top 80 professional fonts

Tuesday, August 7th, 2007

It can be maddening to pick the right font for a corporate website or brochure. The urge is there to do something creative and unique, but the look has to be polished and professional. Do you give up and fall back to using Helvetica or Times for the umpteenth time? Smashing Magazine offers help in […]

A new template…again…and a new post!

Thursday, August 2nd, 2007

I’ve fixed up the template and added some new links. I added links to YouTube videos, my PageFlakes pages, and another blog I use to test Blogger’s news features. My YouTube and Delicious accounts will be filling up with links migrating from my other accounts. The Charles Gnilka Blog Laboratory is my other project. I […]