So, you want to go global with your website eh? Not so fast, if you have ever traveled to another country you will appreciate just how different things can be despite the fact that we are all made of the same stuff. These differences are critical to a successful international launch and without truly understanding your market you could be making some big mistakes.
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We’ve all surprised our friends with some random talent we have at some point. I guess I never realized that companies can do the same thing. Yesterday I was browsing through Google and found some “Specialty Search Engines” that they have released. They have U.S. Government, Linux, BSD, Apple Macintosh, and Microsoft search engines available.
There has been a lot of talk lately about realigning high traffic homepages. MSN is currently testing a modified homepage design. There are some major differences then just a new look. The new homepage makes better use of screen space, primarily by changing the placement of several sections.
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