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Friday, Sep. 3, 2004 at 2:47 am

Web Analytics For Retailers

September 3rd, 2004

The all seeing, all powerful Bryan Eisenberg just wrapped up a 3 week ClickZ Article series on Web Analytics.

Pour some coffee, find a comfortable reading nook, and click these 3 articles. Oh yeah, clear a little room in your wallet, you will probably need it.

Part One Part Two Part Three

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Friday, Jul. 9, 2004 at 3:30 pm

Nigritude Ultramarine

July 9th, 2004

Anil Dash just got added to my list of mini-heros. (I don’t throw around the term ‘hero’ lightly, thus the ‘mini’ addition)

The beloved blogger just won an international search engine placement contest with a single post to his blog.

Sweeeeeeet!

The organizers of an international search engine placement contest crowned their champion Wednesday. In the end, the victor was a popular blogger who got his readers to do his work for him.

Anil Dash won the second, and final, round of the…

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FutureNow Article
Thursday, Jul. 1, 2004

Tools of the Trade

July 1st, 2004

Ten business tools we wouldn’t be without!

Let me first swear up and down: nobody bribed me to write this and nobody is planning to pop my picture on their “packaging” (although I am receptive to offers!). We were just sitting around the offices one day feeling really happy. The source of that happiness? Folks out there had developed a particular application that helped us accomplish some task with a minimum of fuss and bother.

And that got us thinking about those…

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Monday, Jun. 21, 2004 at 12:02 pm

A Wonderful Mess

June 21st, 2004

Well, well. Aren’t we Internet worker bees causing quite a stir…again!

From BusinessWorld Online…

E-Biz Strikes Again! The Internet has rewritten the rules for books, music, and travel. Which industries are next? Here are six

As the Internet boom turned into bust, corporate America could be forgiven for allowing itself a small sigh of relief. When all was giddy, and the stock market giddiest of all, big companies feared the disruptive power of the Net. Look what happened to Barnes &…

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