Tag: Wikipedia

Search – When It’s Good to Be at the Bottom of the Page

There is one source that I have found to consistently have been more helpful then Google when researching a topic for business or educational purposes – Wikipedia.   Suppose you are researching a topic such as US Health Care Reform or Global Climate Change to better understand what it is all about.  You could Google the phrase, but a healthy percentage of the…

Wikipedia – Replacing the “About” page on your Web Site

As a marketing professional I find myself frequently researching and investigating various different companies. In some cases my research is designed to gather background on a prospect or client before an on-site visit. In other cases, I am attempting to understand the structure or business trends within a vertical industry. However, nine times out of ten when I visit corporate web sites I am left with nothing but disappointment and frustration.