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A balanced scorecard is a management methodology that was primarily developed by Dr. Robert Kaplan of the Harvard Business School. It is “What companies should measure in order to balance the financial perspective” as stated by Dr. Kaplan. The balanced scorecard method is to clarify vision and strategy by providing feedback in two part on internal business processes and external outcomes. Read the rest of this entry »
I apologize to my readers for not posting more often. I would like to, and have so much to say but find myself so busy everyday that I find the time slipping away faster and faster. In the future I wish to write more, and I hope are enjoying the new wordpress theme!
We recently signed up for Traffic Blazer with GoDaddy for a domain just to see what happens and it appears that they submit your domains to a bunch of link harvesters, random search engines, indexes, etc. all which to me seemed pretty useless. From what we saw it isn’t going give you PageRank and it isn’t going to generate you that much useful traffic.
You can buy traffic, specifically impressions, and those impressions may generate a few clicks and a few clicks will only generate a few click-troughs that in turn will only generate you a very tiny number of conversions which at that point you must to convert to paying clients.
The conversion ratio on low demand professional services type work (like I do) seems to ALWAYS be less than n<0.01% (1 in 10,000) of total impressions.
There are a couple of things that I would do right away if you haven’t already. Read the rest of this entry »
The latest discussion that I have been contemplating is, “Who is the benefit vehicle for the growth and provisions of economic stability within a community, the public or private sector.” This becomes even more interesting when the revenue streams are primarily ‘pass-thru’ revenues from local state and municipal government. This question at this point is rooted only is quantities of rhetoric which is of unknown quality. To better examine this question I need to better outline my methodologies, questions and rationale for my method of approach. I am looking for some initial comments to help fire me into the right direction.