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Wall Street Journal People Familiar

  1. Responsive Design vs. Task-Oriented UX Design

    Consumption Tasks: Some sites focus solely on providing content for consumption, such as CNN, Wall Street Journal, etc. Given that most people use only their thumbs to type on a phone's virtual keyboard, it should come as no surprise that content...

  2. Pot (Microsoft) Calls Kettle (Google) Black on Privacy

    The ads are appearing in newspapers such as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and USA Today. Did you know Microsoft truly puts people first? From Google’s Policies for example to make it easier to share things with people you know.

  3. Q&A with Piera Palazzolo, SVP of Dale Carnegie Training

    Recently identified by The Wall Street Journal as one of the top 25 high-performing franchises, the Dale Carnegie Training programs are available in more than 25 languages throughout the entire United States and in more than 75 countries.

  4. SearchDay | Landing Pages and the Decision-Making Process

    Motorola Betting Big On Googles Android Posted by Frank Watson Oct 29, 2008 Despite cutting 10,000 jobs, Motorola is betting big on Google's telephone technology Android, dropping all but three of their phone operating systems, the Wall Street...

  5. SearchDay | Where's The ROI?

    Google, Yahoo Trying to Work It Out with the DOJ Posted by Nathania Johnson Oct 14, 2008 Google and Yahoo are attempting to avoid an antitrust lawsuit by working with Department of Justice on their search advertising partnership, according to the...

  6. Yahoo to Test Google Ads – Take That, Mr. Ballmer!

    According to the Wall Street Journal, the test is "designed for the two sides to evaluate the revenue potential of a broader search ad outsourcing arrangement. They have been discussing such an arrangement as part of Yahoo's pursuit of alternatives...

  7. Top ten stories from SES New York – Day 4

    Ellen Keohane of DMNews says, “Gordon McLeod, president of the Wall Street Journal Digital Network, spoke at Wednesday morning's keynote session at the Search Engine Strategies conference in New York, sharing insights about the network's efforts...

  8. Top ten stories from SES New York – Day 3

    Kent Lewis of Search Marketing Standard says, “Wednesday morning at SES kicked off with a keynote by Gordon McLeod from Wall Street Journal Digital Network entitled “Search Has Changed Everything…And So Can You.