We've mixed up the siteIQ eBusiness Index for 2010. In some cases the decision was based on eliminating Websites that haven't improved over the past year and don't provide any good or best practices worth tracking.
Since selling is the name of the game these days, we’ve decided to launch our 10th siteIQ Secret Prospect study this week. Given the results from our previous tests, it should be really interesting to see if the sales forces we test have gotten eselling religion. I wouldn't bet on it.
Our recent review of leading IT Websites show that they play within one of three color schemes. The vast majority use a blue palette – and those that opt for another color (usually a corporate colors issue) liberally use blue in their graphics and photos.
I’ve just finished an in-depth review of the Q4 2007 scores received by the professional services Websites on the siteIQ eBusiness Index (Accenture.com, EDS.com, Capgemini.com & IBM Global Services zone) – and it’s becoming clear that Web 2.0 is finally starting to take its toll o
Ever since we started this happy little band back in ’96, we’ve proposed that one of the hallmarks of a best practices Website is a well rounded volume of content, tools, and resources that are delivered in a manner that allows visitors to easily achieve stated tasks & goals. Thro
One look at professional services Website’s usability scores show that they’ve been losing ground in 2006. That, of course, prompted us to ask the obvious question: why? After spending some time on these sites, we found the answers. Put simply, “It’s all abou
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