Are you feeling overwhelmed lately? Flummoxed by whether to grow your business via new services like Twitter and FriendFeed, Seesmic and Brightkite? That’s when it’s best to go back-to-basics. Get the simple stuff right and the rest gets easy. Here are some ways to do it.
- I love back to basics posts. And nothing seems to get my attention so much as back-to-basics SEO posts. The great Jill Whalen is spot on with her 6 common website mistakes that are costing you money.
- Jeff Sexton at GrokDotCom talks about focusing less on information architecture and instead guiding customers to conversions.
- Linda Bustos shows how, breaking down how The Source and Circuit City merchandise their sites. And may I recommend looking at these 6 simple rules for merchandising?
- Finally, because it’s always good to know where you’re going, Fred Wilson talks about the coming strengths – and current limitations – of the mobile web as demonstrated by services like Fire Eagle.
And for the most basic, often the best way to clear your head is to put it aside for a day or two. So go enjoy your weekend.
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