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Re: Oops, How Embarrassing: Is Your Web Site Current?
Posted by: Charlyn Keating Chisholm 2001-08-28 14:47:41
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Your company goes through changes every day. The business climate in which
you operate is in constant flux. If your Web site isn't constantly shifting
to keep up, you might have troubles.


Just ask U.S. Congressman Gary Condit (D-California). Infamous for his
"close relationship" with still-missing intern Chandra Levy,
Condit earned more demerits with the failure to update his official Web site.
The fact is, e-commerce should pay attention to what happened, or didn't
happen, with Condit's Web site.


Re: Oops, How Embarrassing: Is Your Web Site Current?
Posted by: Mal Ketchion 2001-08-29 03:10:24 In reply to: Charlyn Keating Chisholm
It used to be a big problem for our gig guide, but there's an Australian company that we've found very helpful with a service they call "Website Gardening". They basically just get someone to periodically check the site as a user would and send you a report whether they find anything or not - problem solve (mostly).

If anyone's interested, they're at www.internet-thinking.com.au.

Mal Ketchion,
Manager,
Bun' Ber E Celtic Bands
www.bunbere.bizhosting.com

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