Web Strategy Survey View more presentations from Jeremiah Owyang. Above: See the details of the survey results, due to heavy data, it’s best when put into ‘full screen’ mode, the fourth icon on bottom. To me, this blog belongs as much to the community in … Continue readingWho Reads This Blog? Find out with 2009 Web Strategy Survey Results
Jeremiah: The Web Strategy Blog isn’t just about me, but the overall community. One of the key members of the team is Mitch Canter, my web designer, and the guy who keeps my blog and all the features up and running. I aim to implement … Continue readingGuest Post: Site Updates
Update: Edelman’s Jonny Bentwood comments on the survey results, which I provided to him. As the year winds down, I want to take a moment to breathe, recollect, and refocus on 2010. In an effort to continually improve, I’m launching a survey to find out … Continue readingAction Requested: Take the Web Strategy Survey
I stayed at the Hilton hotel in San Diego this weekend, and overall a great experience. However there was a 10 dollar charge for internet for 24 hours usage at the property, and since I wasn’t on business, I wouldn’t be able to expense it. … Continue readingHotels: Don’t Charge Us For Internet Use
This is the hardest post to write, but perhaps the most important. I enjoy meeting people in real life, and if they tell me they enjoy reading my blog or tweets, I thank them, and then ask them “What should I improve on?” I realize … Continue readingHow Can I Improve?
I’m having good success working with StudioNashVegas, and based on your feedback from a while ago, we’ve slowly made the changes you’ve suggested. Being a community guy, I’m working with you all to decide on what’s best for the upcoming redesign –of course, I factor … Continue readingFeedback Session 2: Web Strategy Redesign
I’m practicing what I preach to clients, and am adopting one of the five objectives we call “Embracing” which is when brands use social technologies to collaborate with their customers to create new products. In this case, the product is my blog, and the customers … Continue readingChime In: Feedback Needed for Blog Redesign
I’ve had this blog redesign for a few years now, and it may start to show its cracks. For some, they like the simple layout and design, easy to scroll, for others, they may want a more updated look and feel. I’ve noticed quite a … Continue readingDo I need a blog redesign?
I’m here in SF at the F8 developer conference sponsored by Facebook. While the primary thrust of F8 Facebook announcements was for developers, I mentally translate what this means for web strategists at brands at Fortune 5000s. One key announcement is Facebook Connect which allows … Continue readingWhat ‘Facebook Connect’ Means for Corporate Websites
Damn, I may have put my foot in my mouth again… Wow, I should have saw this coming, in a recent comment by Margie (BTW, I read every comment, regardless of what post it’s put on) is offended, well downright mad at my post on … Continue readingDid I offend the Baby Boomers?