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One of the challenges I face in working on the Healing Hands for Haiti website is ensuring that each time a new piece of copy is added to the site, the French version of that copy also gets quickly uploaded. The biggest challenge is in the delay between when the English copy is written, and when the French translation is provided. Here are the steps I usually take:
1) Write the copy or blog post. This is usually from information provided by someone on the ground in Haiti, or from my archive of notes and interviews written when I visited Haiti earlier this year.
Thanks to Adam Zhang from socialmediagroup.com for helping shed some light on Google+. Here are some thoughts he shares in his blog post:
“Everyone is saying that the project is Google’s answer to Facebook. However, there are a couple of signs showing that it could be much, much more than that. Google+ could be the centerpiece to Google’s entire strategic map to link search, social, and mobile together in a seamless and intuitive package.Google+ is also a mobile app. By making use of Android’s dominance in the mobile OS market, Google+ has the potential to become an integral part of the Android experience, and will easily end up in the hands of all the existing users.”
To read Adam’s post in its entirety, click here
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I’ve been working with a few different content management systems over the past few years and have found that each one has features and benefits that would recommend them. Do I have a favourite? Well, the jury’s still out. Here are the main three that I’ve used:
Thanks to www.toprankblog.com for insights on the winds of change in the online marketing world. Lee Odden suggests that marketers need to shift their efforts from providing features and benefits about their products and services in hopes of getting new customers. The current thinking is that you should focus on what the customer wants and needs and find ways to be there when they are ready for you.