Popularity: 18% [?]
The day before Internet Week New York started I got that feeling in my throat that told me “you’re going to get a cold”. I hadn’t been sick with a cold for well over a year and I was not very happy that it hit me right before a week I had been eagerly anticipating. But I decided to bite the bullet and go to all of the conferences and events I had planned on anyway. So needless to say, I was not really in the mood for lots of networking or being SOCIAL in person but I forced myself.
Popularity: 14% [?]
One of the Internet Week New York sessions I was most looking forward to was one called The Web Producers’ Toolbox, a series of panels devoted to developing, writing, producing, distributing, and promoting serial programming piloted on the Internet. As a marketing consultant, this session was not completely congruent with my experience but certainly one that piqued my interest. And we all know that video on the Web has revolutionized media and is here to stay.
Popularity: 11% [?]
For anyone who spends a significant amount of time on the Internet exploring new sites, the process of having to create a user name and password for every new site becomes drudgery. It seems that sites have so many different password rules that make it impossible to create one user name and password for any site you go to. This process undoubtedly turns potential new visitors off and increases site abandon rates.
Popularity: 15% [?]