The E-Tailer's Digest - your resource for retail on the Net. *** S P E C I A L R E P O R T *** "Focus Groups: What They Are and How to Use Them to Gain a Competitive Advantage." The most common mistakes in Web site design create serious problems for site visitors. Vividence Corporation (www.vividence.com ) using test panels, recently conducted a study** of 69 major Web sites, including Fortune 1000, Internet 250 and B2B 40 sites. Large numbers of Web sites share common design problems that create difficulties for site visitors. The most common problems with Web sites: *53% had poorly organized search results How these problems affect Web site visitors: Frustration and wasted time According to Nielsen: 50% of users are search dominant -- they heavily rely upon searching to locate information *32% had poor Information architecture -How these problems affect Web site visitors: -Confusion -Dead ends -"back and forthing" -Forced to search *32% suffered from Slow Performance -Slow performance even on DSL connections -Home pages are a big offender -Partly attributable to engineering -Largely attributable to design How these problems affect Web site visitors: Verticals
Elements of a Strong Business Plan | General Catalyst Partners Napkin Think Force yourself to summarize your idea on the back of a cocktail napkin. Don’t submit your plan until you have this level of clarity. Team Who will occupy the leadership roles in your company, why are they the best players for the task at hand, and how will they go about building an agile, customer-focused culture? If you believe that an advisory board or governing board will help you grow your dream team, we may be able to help you find the right people. Pain What problem are you trying to solve? Solution Why is your solution superior to competitors, who are the key competitors, what differentiator will propel your solution to break through and achieve broad adoption? Customer Acquisition Too many early stage businesses fail to fully explain their methods and costs of acquiring customers. Business Model Show us the near and long-term value of a customer, how you earn revenue, and your growth projections over at least a three-year period. Capital Efficiency Financials Final Answer? Words
Seis programas jornalísticos da TV para você se preparar para a redação do vestibular – Divirta-se Estudando Para mandar bem na redação dos vestibulares, não basta treinar escrevendo textos atrás de textos. Estar bem informado, antenado e preocupado com as questões atuais é essencial. Como explica Francisco Platão Savioli, professor de redação do cursinho Anglo de São Paulo, o aluno precisa ter uma boa bagagem para desenvolver um bom texto. A partir do tema e dos textos oferecidos, que podem ter um tema mais abstrato ou objetivo, o estudante deve saber argumentar e persuadir, ou seja, convencer a banca examinadora de seu ponto de vista. “Vejam o jornal da TV Cultura, que passa de segunda a sábado. Confira a seguir seis programas jornalísticos da TV para você se preparar para a redação do vestibular: Jornal da CulturaQuando: de segunda a sábado, às 21h10, na TV Cultura Há mais de 25 anos no ar, o programa traz temas importantes de diversas áreas, como economia, política, meio ambiente e saúde. *com reportagem de Mariana Nadai Related posts: Comentários: nenhuma pessoa comentou Categoria: Televisão
Hang-Up Pictures | Bansky Prints | Banksy Art | Limited Edition Prints | Contemporary Art | Street Art | Hang-Up Online Interviews in Real Time: Janet Salmons: 9781412968959 About This Title Guiding researchers through designing, planning, and conducting online interviews This book provides emerging and experienced scholars the theoretical background and practical tips they need to design and conduct credible online interview research. Author Janet Salmons bridges the theoretical and the practical, with guidance for designing and conducting credible online interview research. This book focuses on data collection through dynamic online interviews in text-based, videoconference, meeting space or 3D immersive environments. Visit Janet's qualitative e-research group on methodspace.com Janet Salmons is a recipient of the 2011 Harold Abel Distinguished Faculty Award from Cappella University for her innovative instructional approaches and her dedication to sharing her successes with others Recently Published! Check out Janet Salmons recent webinar on Online Interviewing. We hope you'll consider this SAGE text.
Acxiom Disrupts Conventional Marketing Models with New Audience Operating System (AOS) First of its kind cloud-based platform puts the world's best data and insights at marketers' fingertips to deliver true 1:1 marketing at scale and revolutionize customer experiences NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--September 24, 2013-- Acxiom(R) (Nasdaq: ACXM), the leading enterprise data, analytics and software-as-a-service company, today introduced a new way for marketers, agencies and publishers to define, manage and reach best audiences across online and offline channels. Acxiom Audience Operating System(TM) (AOS) is unique because it enables marketers to connect all types of traditionally disconnected data and -- for the first time -- to create a truly singular view of the consumer. AOS derives better insights to help marketers more clearly understand their audiences and more accurately anticipate what will appeal to them. "Consumers are being bombarded by irrelevant advertising at every turn. AOS is comprised of three key layers that enable 1:1 marketing at scale: CONTACT: Acxiom
Guia de Produção Textual - PUCRS Como elaborar uma resenha 1. Definições Resenha-resumo: É um texto que se limita a resumir o conteúdo de um livro, de um capítulo, de um filme, de uma peça de teatro ou de um espetáculo, sem qualquer crítica ou julgamento de valor. Trata-se de um texto informativo, pois o objetivo principal é informar o leitor. Resenha-crítica: É um texto que, além de resumir o objeto, faz uma avaliação sobre ele, uma crítica, apontando os aspectos positivos e negativos. 2. A resenha, por ser em geral um resumo crítico, exige que o resenhista seja alguém com conhecimentos na área, uma vez que avalia a obra, julgando-a criticamente. 3. O objetivo da resenha é divulgar objetos de consumo cultural - livros,filmes peças de teatro, etc. 4. A resenha é, em geral, veiculada por jornais e revistas. 5. A extensão do texto-resenha depende do espaço que o veículo reserva para esse tipo de texto. 6. 7. Título da resenha: Com os olhos abertos Livro: Ensaio sobre a Cegueira (José Saramago) - Veja, 25 de outubro, 1995 8.
Art Is Forever: A Tattoo Project in Portland | Tattoo "Art is Forever is a project by Jason Sturgill that attempts to foster a more meaningful connection between the art museum and its visitors. Several Portland artists have been selected and given the opportunity to create illustrations inspired by their visits to the Portland Art Museum. These illustrations will be made available as free tattoos on a first come, first served basis throughout the entire day." Jason Sturgill is a multi-disciplinary cultural creative with a background in advertising, design and various curatorial practices. Tattoos by: Jason Leisge of Oddball Tattoo & Cheyenne Sawyer of Atlas Tattoo Tattoo Designs by Amy Ruppel, Evan B Harris, Will Bryant, Kate Bingaman-Burt, Lori D., Joshua Porter, Brad Simon, Lettie Jane Rennekamp, Julianna Bright, Adam R. Art is Forever from Jason Sturgill on Vimeo.
Exploring ORMs | Online interviews | Technical guide Where funding is available to purchase access to these services, they may offer researchers opportunities for more complex interviewing processes than those offered by instant messaging services. For example, they may make multi-user audio or video communication possible or allow greater options for multiple users to simultaneously view or manipulate a file such as a text or picture as part of the research. It may also be possible to record these actions as well as any communication via audio or video to allow audio-visual data to be captured alongside text. There may also be advantages in the fact that these services tend to offer more advanced security features and tighter control over the communication environment through, for example, the use of encrypted connections, and facilities to allow users to be removed or blocked. They are also generally designed to make it very easy for users to join, often avoiding the need to download and install software.
How to Create an eBook the Open Source Way By Bryan Behrenshausen Astute readers will have noticed that we’ve begun publishing our "Open Voices" eBooks in the ePub format. Now, some of our best essays and interviews are available as lightweight and portable files, and can be read on any electronic reading device that supports this open standard. And who better to undertake the task of converting our library than your friendly opensource.com intern? Our task This guide explains one method for creating electronic books ("eBooks") in the ePub format using open source tools available on most popular computing platforms. ePub is the International Digital Publishing Forum's open standard for digital book publishing, and most major electronic reading devices support it (except for the Kindle—sorry, Amazon fans!). The method I outline here reflects two desires: to create open eBooks in open formats using open tools, and to avoid unnecessary complication by involving as few of these tools as possible. You will need Alright. Applying styles
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