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Taking Your Website to the Next Level 2010
Taking Your Website to the Next Level 2010
Taking Your Website to the Next Level 2010
Taking Your Website to the Next Level 2010
Taking Your Website to the Next Level 2010
Taking Your Website to the Next Level 2010
Taking Your Website to the Next Level 2010
Taking Your Website to the Next Level 2010
Taking Your Website to the Next Level 2010
Taking Your Website to the Next Level 2010
Taking Your Website to the Next Level 2010
Taking Your Website to the Next Level 2010
Taking Your Website to the Next Level 2010
Taking Your Website to the Next Level 2010
Taking Your Website to the Next Level 2010
Taking Your Website to the Next Level 2010
Taking Your Website to the Next Level 2010
Taking Your Website to the Next Level 2010
Taking Your Website to the Next Level 2010
Taking Your Website to the Next Level 2010
Taking Your Website to the Next Level 2010
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Taking Your Website to the Next Level 2010

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What's the "next level" if we all have different websites and different needs? …

What's the "next level" if we all have different websites and different needs?

Presented at Indiana CASE conference, April 23, 2010. http://i-case.org/

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  • 1. Taking Your Website to the Next Level Chas Grundy
  • 2. What
should
a
 website
be?

  • 3. Websites should be strategic.
  • 4. "Tac/cs
are
doing
things
 right.
Strategy
is
doing
 the
right
things."

  • 5. Websites should be actionable.
  • 6. Websites should be measurable.
  • 7. Websites should be usable.
  • 8. Websites should tell a story.
  • 9. Websites should be flexible.
  • 10. Websites should be part of the mix.
  • 11. Brochures Search Marketing Direct Mail Facebook Television Website YouTube Radio iTunes U Outdoor Public Email Relations Marketing
  • 12. websites should make users happy
  • 13. presentation by chas grundy email chas@grundyhome.com blog grundyhome.com twitter twitter.com/chasgrundy linkedin linkedin.com/in/chasgrundy photo credits http://www.flickr.com/photos/myklroventine/3261364899/ http://failblog.org/2009/05/02/door-sign-fail/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/hellosputnik/2142531537/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/rosaydani/77371897/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/iliahi/408971482/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/illuminator999/3991186089/ http://icanhascheezburger.com/2010/04/21/funny-pictures-onward/

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