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AIGA Presentation Followup

Thanks for joining NINTHLINK & AIGA San Diego for an awesome presentation. We have compiled a directory of blogs, websites, and resources to aid all attendees in developing and researching online strategies. Acquisition SEO :: Bruce Clay : SEO Book : Google WebMaster : Compete.com : Alexa.com PPC :: Google AdWords : Yahoo Sponsored Search : Microsoft Ad Tools : Market Position Pay Per Call :: Ingenio : Super Pages Pay Per Action :: Turn : Google PPA Online Advertising…
January 22, 2008
DevelopmentMarketing

Enhance your site design through Analytics

Ninthlink has been focused on improving website design experiences through analysis and review of client site traffic behavior. Trends we have observed over the past few years include emphasis on the following conversion check points. CONVERSION POINT ONE Compatibility Issues Are your clients even seeing your content and message? An essential step to enhancing your experience is to ensure that your visitors can actually use your site. Check your site for the following usability issues: Browser Compatibility : Operating System…
January 16, 2008
DesignDevelopmentMarketing

Face Your Christmas

Our new Christmas micro site was a huge success this year. We had thousands of people create, share and enjoy. If you haven't checked it out yet...DO IT. All you have to do is click on the image above. A case study is soon to follow with the launch of our new site.
January 4, 2008
DevelopmentMarketing

It’s All About the Backend!

I was having a conversation with my buddy Dave tonight and we were discussing the how it is all about the Backend when building companies. So I thought I would use this opportunity to dymistify the backend and what its all about. Front End and Back End Distinctions The backend is not the front end for starters. I will use a sbobet88 game as a good way to explain the front end of a website and the backend of the…
December 3, 2007
DevelopmentMarketing

Social Status 2.0

Connecting to your friends and family is becoming more and more virtual everyday. If you are not one of the many hundreds of millions of people racing to position themselves as the next big thing online then you may be missing out. How many people visited your blog last month? How many friends do you have in MySpace? How many videos have you posted to YouTube? Is your information in Facebook? What is your rank and level in World of…
November 28, 2007