As we create web sites to promote our businesses, we should consider how our information flows to prospects and whether we are giving them what they need in an easy-to-absorb way. Here’s a thought-provoking article on a new trend in the B-C (business-to-consumer) web space: single-page web sites. Is this approach right for YOUR site?
Well, we are who we are. Plus, it sucks to forget something you wanted to say after, oh, 30 seconds.
It’s a condition. It’s an excuse. It’s a disability. It’s a curse. It’s a blessing. It’s a…wait, what was I doing again?
As if Dreamweaver, FaceBook and Twitter weren’t enough, I’m compelled to learn and use yet another web-enabled communication technology. Well, if I hadn’t upgraded my server this week, I might have put it off for another six months. Anyway, WordPress works, and I’ll comment more on the travails of the web-connected in future posts.