Supporting great web content
Corporate, media, advertising, non-profit and all sorts of institutions have bad websites, however most do not grasp why their digital presence is failing. Usually it is because they simply do not get the web and are failing to engage the user.
Here are some reasons why…
Five qualities editors seek in journalists | IJNet
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Some good insights into the truths about HTML5.
Keypoints regarding content and HTML5
- HTML5 is not a flash killer
- it is not the next revolution of the web, rather an evolution
- the W3C Recommendation Level for HTML5 is 2022, but if it’s a better experience for users, more sites should utilize it.
- HTML 5 is more of “write once, customize everywhere” rather than “write once, run everywhere.”
Presenting the Google Knowledge Graph (and why Google staff "cross their fingers" for well written & informative content)
Google’s next game changer?
On another note, Google Search VP Amit Singhal admits how much the web giant relies on good content. “We cross our fingers and hope someone on the web has written about these things or topics.”
Google has a confession to make: It does not understand you. If you ask it “the 10 deepest lakes in the U.S,” it will give you a very good result based on the keywords in the phr…
Interesting read from IJNet’s Margaret Looney. Check out their info on microgrants and nonprofits. FYI, I’m not a fan of pay walls.