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Written By: Bob McElwainMicrosoft has said a lot about Smart Tags. And it isMicrosoft who claims this is a “smart” idea. I’m not a fan of Microsoft products. Still, there are realbenefits to all software developers and PC users in theuniformity from system to system that Windows provides. But ifMicrosoft makes this move, it’s a [...]

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Written By: Bob McElwainWhen you get a new computer, you’ll want to install yourfavorite software and get everything running just the way youwant it to. Then you’ll likely add some new stuff, possibly over a period of the next couple of months. Beyond this point,hesitate to add more. Here’s why. Shared Library Files Many software [...]

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Written By: Bob McElwainDemographics about the Web abound. You may find such datahelpful. In general, when I look at the research available, Iget a feeling it’s incomplete. The Web is so vast, I don’t thinkit’s possible to find a small representative sample from whichsignificant results can be obtained that reflect the whole. Inthe end, what [...]

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Written By: Bob McElwainThe short answer is no. The difficulty in making this modelwork is that the cost of generating a sale must be subtracteddirectly from the net from the single sale. Given multipleproducts, this cost is distributed over a number of sales, andthus is less per sale. More important, an existing customer isyour best [...]

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Written By: Bob McElwainChances are you do not get as much input from your visitorsand subscribers as you would like. When people write and saynice things, it makes you feel great, but it does not providegrand insights. Those who have bad thoughts usually justunsubscribe or leave your site for good. If you have clearlydefined a [...]

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