Los números de 2010

Un Boeing 747-400 transporta hasta 416 pasajeros. Este blog fue visto cerca de 8,500 veces en 2010. Eso son alrededor de 20 Boeings 747-400.

In 2010, hubo 95 nuevos posts, no está mal para el primer año! Subimos 91 imágenes, ocupando un total de 4mb. Eso son alrededor de 2 imágenes por semana.

The busiest day of the year was 9 de diciembre with 842 views. The most popular post that day was Webminar sobre Blogs 9 diciembre.
¿De dónde vienen?


Los duendes de estadísticas de WordPress.com han analizado el desempeño del blog en 2010 y nos presentan un resumen de alto nivel de la salud del blog:

Healthy blog!

El Blog-Health-o-Meter™ indica: Wow.

Números crujientes

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Un Boeing 747-400 transporta hasta 416 pasajeros. Este blog fue visto cerca de 8,500 veces en 2010. Eso son alrededor de 20 Boeings 747-400.

In 2010, hubo 95 nuevos  posts, no está mal para el primer año! Subimos 91 imágenes, ocupando un total de 4mb. Eso son alrededor de 2 imágenes por semana.

The busiest day of the year was 9 de diciembre with 842 views. The most popular post that day was Webminar sobre Blogs 9 diciembre.

¿De dónde vienen? Leer más “Los números de 2010”

Qué es el “Big Show. NRF”… ?

Para aquellos que en los últimos 99 años no hayan oído hablar del Big Show organizado por la National Retail Federation de los Estados Unidos. He de decirles que pueden continuar viviendo tranquilos. No pasen ninguna pena. No sientan el menor complejo de culpabilidad.

Este gran acontecimiento del Retail internacional, que este año cumple un siglo de vida va a seguir existiendo sin ellos.

Como lo hizo sin mi sus primeros 90 años. Dado que fue con el cambio de siglo, al decidir quitarme la venda carpetovetónica, cuando lo descubrí. Y desde entonces no falto a su cita. Los primeros años como simple oyente y los tres últimos como expositor.
http://comunicacion-in-store.blogspot.com/2011/01/see-you-again-at-ny.html


por Manuel Hormigó Gaitá
http://www.marketingcomunidad.com/%C2%BFque-es-el-big-show-nrf.html

Para aquellos que en los últimos 99 años no hayan oído hablar del Big Show organizado por la National Retail Federation de los Estados Unidos. He de decirles que pueden continuar viviendo tranquilos. No pasen ninguna pena. No sientan el menor complejo de culpabilidad.

Este gran acontecimiento del Retail internacional, que este año cumple un siglo de vida va a seguir existiendo sin ellos.

Como lo hizo sin mi sus primeros 90 años. Dado que fue con el cambio de siglo, al decidir quitarme la venda carpetovetónica, cuando lo descubrí. Y desde entonces no falto a su cita. Los primeros años como simple oyente y los tres últimos como expositor.
http://comunicacion-in-store.blogspot.com/2011/01/see-you-again-at-ny.html Leer más “Qué es el “Big Show. NRF”… ?”

10 Effective Ways to Get More Email List Subscribers

Savvy online marketers will tell you “the money’s in the list!” but that’s not entirely true. What they should be saying is that the money’s in the quality of the list, rather than the quantity of subscribers. Lists with a few hundred dedicated customers can outperform lists of 10,000 or more generic “freebie seekers” when you focus on building relationships instead of counting sales.

So how do you attract the right kind of people? How do you get interested visitors to become eager subscribers? Keep reading for 10 outstanding list building tips you can’t afford to miss.


more-email-list-subscribers

Savvy online marketers will tell you “the money’s in the list!” but that’s not entirely true. What they should be saying is that the money’s in the quality of the list, rather than the quantity of subscribers. Lists with a few hundred dedicated customers can outperform lists of 10,000 or more generic “freebie seekers” when you focus on building relationships instead of counting sales.

So how do you attract the right kind of people? How do you get interested visitors to become eager subscribers? Keep reading for 10 outstanding list building tips you can’t afford to miss. Leer más “10 Effective Ways to Get More Email List Subscribers”

The Domain Name Dilemma and How to Deal With It

Domain name is one of the most important things and one of the most difficult things to decide as well. It is very important to play this domain game properly as it has become almost next to impossible for some people to select their domain name. As a designer, you will find so many clients who will come up with some strange sort of domain names and will force you to select one. Here, you have to help them out with a good domain name as their list may contain some strange, too long or too small generic names which are not suitable. Domain names should be relevant and easy to remember. Obviously, domain names should be printed on business cards and other marketing literature.

Also, the new trend in the town is buying up of domain’s name. Some people come up with great names so they get them registered. At times, they would register it so that they can sell it on a higher price later. So, the key to get out of domain name dilemma is to be creative and be quick. As soon as you come up with a nice name, get it registered so that no one else can use it.

Selecting a domain name is a difficult thing but not something impossible. Also, one has to keep a lot of things in mind while thinking of a name. Your domain name will be your first impression in front of everyone so people should be able to understand and like what they hear. Following are a few tips that can be considered while coming up with a domain’s name as these tips can make it a lot easier


By Arfa Mirza
http://www.dzinepress.com/2011/01/the-domain-name-dilemma-and-how-to-deal-with-it/

Domain name is one of the most important things and one of the most difficult things to decide as well. It is very important to play this domain game properly as it has become almost next to impossible for some people to select their domain name. As a designer, you will find so many clients who will come up with some strange sort of domain names and will force you to select one. Here, you have to help them out with a good domain name as their list may contain some strange, too long or too small generic names which are not suitable. Domain names should be relevant and easy to remember. Obviously, domain names should be printed on business cards and other marketing literature.

Also, the new trend in the town is buying up of domain’s name. Some people come up with great names so they get them registered. At times, they would register it so that they can sell it on a higher price later. So, the key to get out of domain name dilemma is to be creative and be quick. As soon as you come up with a nice name, get it registered so that no one else can use it.

Selecting a domain name is a difficult thing but not something impossible. Also, one has to keep a lot of things in mind while thinking of a name. Your domain name will be your first impression in front of everyone so people should be able to understand and like what they hear. Following are a few tips that can be considered while coming up with a domain’s name as these tips can make it a lot easier Leer más “The Domain Name Dilemma and How to Deal With It”

Hakia Semantic Search Engine Powers New Stock Intelligence Service

Pssst…want a hot stock tip? Perhaps you might want to check out Hakia-search powered SENSENews, while you still can. The new service aggregates information from news and social media and filters it so as to produce a score to characterize the performance of a company. Individual subscriptions to the semantic-enabled service will be available for a limited time, as the main targets for SENSENews are outfits such as trading houses and hedge funds.

As Dr. Riza C. Berkan, Hakia’s founder, CEO, inventor and chief scientist describes it, the service works on a simple principle: “If there is good news accumulated and the stock price has not yet responded to it, that means the stock is undervalued, because it will respond eventually. Or the other way around,” he says. Its stock indicator service will determine on any given day whether a stock is undervalued or overvalued – which could translate to a buy or sell proposition.


By Jennifer Zaino
http://semanticweb.com/hakia-semantic-search-engine-powers-new-stock-intelligence-service_b17332


Pssst…want a hot stock tip? Perhaps you might want to check out Hakia-search powered SENSENews, while you still can. The new service aggregates information from news and social media and filters it so as to produce a score to characterize the performance of a company. Individual subscriptions to the semantic-enabled service will be available for a limited time, as the main targets for SENSENews are outfits such as trading houses and hedge funds.

As Dr. Riza C. Berkan, Hakia’s founder, CEO, inventor and chief scientist describes it, the service works on a simple principle: “If there is good news accumulated and the stock price has not yet responded to it, that means the stock is undervalued, because it will respond eventually. Or the other way around,” he says. Its stock indicator service will determine on any given day whether a stock is undervalued or overvalued – which could translate to a buy or sell proposition. Leer más “Hakia Semantic Search Engine Powers New Stock Intelligence Service”

HTML & CSS Editing Apps For Windows Designers


Last week’s roundup of HTML and CSS editing apps for Mac users proved really popular, but the Windows based designers were feeling a little left out. This week’s roundup pulls together the most popular editing application choices for PC users.

 

TopStyle ($79.95)

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TopStyle for Windows contains powerful tools for building standards-compliant websites. It includes useful features such as live preview, built in validation, live editing and HTML5 support. Leer más “HTML & CSS Editing Apps For Windows Designers”

Client vs. Designer: Four Lessons to Win the Battle

Sometimes, the client/designer relationship is like an age-old matchup reminiscent of Ali vs. Frazier. Eagles vs. Cowboys. Yankees vs. Red Sox. Except in this game, the battle isn’t on the playing field — it’s in the boardroom, on the telephone, in an email. And this isn’t a game reliant on physical strength or technique; it’s about wits, expertise and political posturing. And unfortunately, there’s one team that wins 99% of the time. You guessed it: the client.


by Phil Edelstein, Chris Fernandez
http://sixrevisions.com/project-management/client-vs-designer-four-lessons-to-win-the-battle/

Client vs. Designer: Four Lessons to Win the Battle

Sometimes, the client/designer relationship is like an age-old matchup reminiscent of Ali vs. Frazier. Eagles vs. Cowboys. Yankees vs. Red Sox. Except in this game, the battle isn’t on the playing field — it’s in the boardroom, on the telephone, in an email. And this isn’t a game reliant on physical strength or technique; it’s about wits, expertise and political posturing. And unfortunately, there’s one team that wins 99% of the time. You guessed it: the client.

Leer más “Client vs. Designer: Four Lessons to Win the Battle”