A student, by the definition in Webster's dictionary, is a person formally...
To optimize your web pages for search engines is by far the most cost effective way to generate leads. But only if you target the right keywords. As a web editor or marketer you have probably long since realized that having your product page high up on the result list for relevant keyword phrases is [...]
Is a web strategy really necessary? When I started to prepare the strategy work last autumn, I found old plans in document folders that never had been discussed with me. This was after working in Visma for more than a year as corporate web editor. So if the web work went well, without anybody complaining [...]
Everyone has something to tell, and as a human being we have a built-in system to communicate with others called the spoken language, highly supported by the body language and face expressions. On a webpage/blog/SoMe we often limit our communication by using the written language and still images. By using a video we can in [...]
The last few months I have spent some time thinking about how the web organization gets the knowledge it needs to succeed. With new technology, changes in how Google ranks pages, Facebook changing their rules a truth get old-fashioned really fast. I often feel dissatisfied after attending a conference. It is seldom a total waste [...]
A student, by the definition in Webster’s dictionary, is a person formally engaged in learning, especially one enrolled in a school or college. For me, it felt nothing like the dictionary definition until very recently.
For the European perspective on internet, Le Web is the place to be. For three days in December I attended this meeting place for everybody working with web: Startups, consultants, investors, technology companies. And some web editors, like myself. The main topic this year was ‘The internet of things’. In addition they ran a parallel [...]