31 Dec '11, 7am

@o4kareg @turubar @AlexPashkov вообще, вот хороший пост о том, как можно и нужно выжить среди копирастов (англ.)

Much web content became a commodity (interchangeable without noticeable differentiation) years ago driven by scanning (lowered comprehension level), texting (mutilated grammar and tortured spelling), search (little to no real language capability), and ad networks (content as disposable wrapper). It is what you do with a commodity, i.e. web content, that creates or adds tangible value, the commodity itself has little. Webdevs are in a race to find the broadest most popular common denominator and it appears (to me) to be depressingly low. This is not something new, printed content has a similar history. Television and Cinema as well. Fortunately... * there remains a market for literate thoughtful prose and illuminating non-stock imagery. * articles can be constructed to appeal to both the scanner and the reader, the 'just the answer', 'why?', and 'what's this mean' audience ...

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cre8asiteforums.com 26 Dec '11, 4pm

Website reviews, questions like "Why can't I sell anything from my site?" and "Why do people leave as soon as they get to ...