In my travels I run across things that catch my interest — but don’t require a full blog post. In no particular order:
Speaking of Web 2.0 and unclear on the concept, Comcast sent me a mailer with three free coupons for any ON DEMAND movie. Great! Oh, not so great. You have to fill out the coupons and *snail mail* them in to receive your credit. On top of that, you have to wait *three* months for the credit to appear on your bill. Uh, guys — you already know when I’m ordering the movie. Couldn’t you use a special code or something and give me the credit right then and there?
Website Services, a new magazine, is offering free subscriptions. The articles in the May issue cover everything from Podcasting and e-commerce to writing sales copy that works (no, I didn’t write it). The issue wasn’t half bad, so I signed up for it — and you can, too, at their Website.
@Website Publicity recently published a great newsletter: “Five Things to Do in July for More Sales in December.” The easy-to-implement tips will help you increase future leads and sales via your Website.
Matt Cutts, blogger and Google employee, opened his blog on Friday for questions about SEO (as of Friday afternoon he had received close to 200). To answer some of these questions, Matt put together a Google Video with three sessions:
Session 1: Qualities of a good site
Session 2: Debunking SEO myths
Session 3: Optimize for search engines or end users?
I haven’t had a chance to view these, but judging from initial comments, it sounds like each one is full of great information.