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Website Magazine: Then, Now & Next

Posted on 11.11.2007
Website Magazine is proud to announce that our anniversary issue and ninth edition is now available online. As always, we've assembled a tremendous slate of writers and covered a lot of material; the paid links debate, mobile social networking, graphics optimization and direct navigation just to name a few (see the articles from the November issue of Website Magazine).

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From the Editor: Inside the Online World

Last year at this time I mentioned that success will not raise its standards to us but that we must raise our standard to success. That has rung true in many ways for Website Magazine and the Internet community as a whole during the past twelve months. We’ve heeded the call by raising our standards in many ways but managed to stay in line with our mission of providing helpful information, sound advice and best practices to readers seeking online success.

We’ve had a very busy year, attending close to 20 trade shows (with more to come), launching new programs such as Website Magazine Share, managing an impressive affiliate and partner solution and even found time to give back by fostering the growth of ReplaceATree.org. We’re dedicated to making advancements on a similar, if not greater scale in the coming year, building stronger relationships with our partners and listening closely, as we always have, to the needs of our loyal readers. Stay tuned because the best is yet to come.

It has been said that the secret of success in life is to be ready for opportunities when they come. That will be the guiding force in our editorial the coming year — to continue exposing opportunities for our readers and providing the best coverage to ensure those opportunities are not lost.

And it begins now. As we all know, things change rapidly on the Web. This issue of Website Magazine takes a look at the past two years of our coverage of the Web landscape and looks toward what’s to come. By understanding where we have been and where we are now, we can all be better prepared for the future. And being prepared is what will ensure your business stays relevant in the constant evolution of the Web.

I would like to thank our advertisers who have enabled this publication to remain free for those seeking Web success and recognize those that have contributed to our editorial schedule. Your support is essential to our success.

Best Web Wishes,
Peter Prestipino — Editor-in-Chief
Peter@WebsiteMagazine.com
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