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New Issue of WM Now Available - November 2011

Posted on 10.03.2011

If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you might miss something — something really important to the success of your Web presence.

The pace of development in the technology industry, bubble or not, is at fever pitch — making the job of Web workers certainly more interesting and potentially rewarding if not more difficult. But what are the best technologies and which ones are ideal for your Web business?

Technology can be defined as the methods, theory and practices governing industry and commerce. Consider “tech” the total knowledge and skills available to any society; in our case, the technology we are interested in is Web technology. But we are not interested in just any technology; instead we should be interested only in the ideal technologies. Those which improve design standards, enhance exposure and accelerate success on the Web.

Website Magazine’s November 2011 feature, “Ideal Web Technology”, looks closely at the technologies in use today across the Internet industry that will likely be ideal for your Web presence. The ideal technologies in email, search and more are covered, and while impossible to cover everything that carries the potential to positively impact the success of your enterprise, this month’s feature story by senior editor Linc Wonham provides a great introduction to what is influencing the experience provided by and revenue generated by the top Web properties.

This edition of Website Magazine also features several articles that should not be missed — from a valuable discussion on the merits of and differences between native and Web apps, strategies to immediately boost search marketing efforts, video strategy and a whole lot more, including an in-depth look at how to minimize excessive HTTP requests.

Enjoy this issue of Website Magazine - see all of the articles appearing in this edition here - and share your stories of ’Net Success and your own ideal Web technologies with us online at

Best Web Wishes,
Peter Prestipino
Editor-in-Chief,Website Magazine

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