John Schuster

Web Content 2007 notes

I was lucky to attend the web content conference held in Chicago on June 18th and 19th presented by Duo Consulting.

It was a good chance for learning alot about the different aspects of web development going on throughout the industry.

Below are links to the presentation that were shown during many of the presentations.

Web Content 2007 Page

Social Networking and Community Building Tools & Technologies

Melissa Giovagnoli, Networlding
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RSS: The Publish/Subscribe Model

Salim Ismail, Yahoo!
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Software as a Service: Understanding Hosted Web Content Management Solutions

Rob Rose, CrownPeak Technology
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An Integrated Strategy for Online Marketing: Email & Search

Chris Baggot, Compendium Software
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Enabling the Semantic Web With RDF

Calvin Hendryx-Parker, Six Feet Up
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A Pragmatic Look at Web 2.0 – Moving Beyond the Hype

Ståle Eikeri, eZ
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Designing Content for Usability

Yvonne Doll, Duo Consulting
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Building Online Communities

Bryant Shea, Molecular
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Website Optimization and Automation to Maximize Lead Generation and Conversion

David Terry, Hot Banana
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Improve Your User’s Experience; Improve Your Bottom Line

Brian Winters, CareerBuilder.com
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Driving Effective Email Marketing With Web Content Management

Jason Crea, SiteCore
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User Experiences with Free/Open Source (FOSS) Content Management Systems

George K. Thiruvathukal
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Using Google tools to optimize content for business results

Adam Howitt, Duo Consulting
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Content is marketing, so market your content

Sonny Cohen, Duo Consulting
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Understanding the Impact of Change: How to Become a Master of Your Craft, Again (And Again)

Emma C. Hamer, Strategy A Consulting Group
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