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Lisa Welchman

[VIDEO] Getting Your House In Order During A CMS Migration

A content management system migration offers the perfect opportunity to set yourself up for long term content success. In this webinar, I’m joined by Website Transformation Consultant, David Hobbs, to discuss how to leverage a CMS migration to establish enforceable standards for your website.   Next in series: ‘Managing Multinational Websites’ with Lisa Welchman and …

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Nicola Thompson

Putting our users at the heart of our design process with user testing

At ActiveStandards we are great believers in user-centred design. We want to ensure that the requirements of our users are central to our design and roadmap-development processes. We are planning a big redesign for the ActiveStandards platform this year, so we thought this would be an excellent time to conduct a user testing study on …

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ActiveStandards ranked as market leader in website governance and compliance

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London – May 13, 2014 ActiveStandards, the Website Quality Management (WQM) platform, has been ranked as a market leader in website governance and compliance in an Evaluation Report published by J. Boye, a vendor-neutral analyst firm which focuses on several key aspects of digital, including CMS and website governance. Download ActiveStandards Evaluation Report The study …

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Lisa Welchman

Webinar #3: Getting Your House In Order During A CMS Migration

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Sign up now for the next in my “Mastering Digital Governance Series”: Getting Your House In Order During A CMS Migration, with author and Website Transformation Consultant, David Hobbs. Webinar Information DATE: Tuesday, May 13, 2014 TIME: 11:00 – 12:00 EDT \ 16:00 – 17:00 BST A content management system migration offers the perfect opportunity …

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James Baverstock

Should you shorten your title tags following Google’s latest changes?

You may have heard that Google has recently changed the way it’s displaying page titles. Titles are now being shown in a larger font with a 256-pixel limit. Research by SEO expert Dr Pete Myers shows that a 55-character limit will enable titles to display fully in 95.8% of cases with the new display style. …

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