Matthew A Perosi of the Jeweler Website Advisory Group answers a third really good question from Lee Krombholz of Krombholz Jewelers in Cincinnati, OH, USA. Le wanted to know if linking between various social media sites is better then posting to them directly. In this video Matthew makes some very valuable suggestions of which local organizations you should get links from, and he also explains a strategy of maintaining a non-jewelry related blog that will link back to the main retail jewelry website. This is the final video of 16 recorded in Nice, France in October 2010. Each video answers very specific questions from people in the retail jewelry industry. The Jeweler Website Advisory Group provides straight forward, easy to understand, and actionable examples through it’s educational information via video, eBooks, audio and daily email lessons. For more information on our educational series please visit http://www.jwag.biz If you need help with your own website you can give us a call for help.
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Google Tech Talks August 30, 2007 ABSTRACT Quicksilver hides almost unbounded power beneath the interface of a keyboard-driven launcher. Using a basic grammatical model, it allows you to move beyond basic search and work effortlessly with applications, data, and the web. Quickilver is above all a prototype intended to explore new forms of interaction. In this talk, we will explore the motivation behind Quicksilver, highlights of its implementation, lessons learned from its design, and the ways it might inform the future of navigation for the desktop and the web. Speaker: Nicholas Jitkoff Credits: Speaker:Nicholas Jitkoff
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