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By host on 6/28/2010 10:03 AM
Anel writes:

Judy Garland (Dorothy): Oh, but anyway, Toto, we're home. Home! And this is my room, and you're all here. And I'm not gonna leave here ever, ever again, because I love you all, and - oh, Auntie Em - there's no place like home!

Okay, I’m a movie freak and I happen to love The Wizard of Oz. "…there’s no place like home…" Gotta love it. The phrase carries over to websites in regard to any site’s home page. Your club website’s home page is its face to the world and the starting point for most user visits. Within seconds after the home page loads first impressions are being formed about your club. It is the most important page of your website, and gets more page views than any other page. A website is like a house in which every page is also a door. Users can follow links from search engines and other websites that reach deep inside your site, but one of the first things these users do after arriving at a new site is go to the home page.


By host on 6/25/2010 7:12 AM

Anel writes:

 

Recently Facebook has moved up in rankings to be #2 on the Internet. In February, it celebrated it’s sixth birthday. With 400 million active users, only China and India have larger populations than that. At this rate, if it was a country, it would soon have the biggest population in the world.

 

Odds are that you’re a Facebook user, perhaps using it to keep in touch with family and friends, with maybe a dash of business thrown in for good measure. Maybe you look at some of the billions of photos uploaded each month, or contribute a few of the 40 million daily status updates. In short: Facebook is where it’s at, and you’re probably already there.


 

 

By host on 6/21/2010 8:59 AM

John writes:

As we grow, at Connect 2 Clubs, we’re finding it necessary to utilize more tools for our business that makes everything easier for us to manage.  Training was one of our big hurdles in the past when we talked on the phone with clients, while describing what they were presumably seeing on their computer monitors.  It was a guessing game and also sometimes frustrating for all involved.  Fortunately, all of our clients, and us included, have a good sense of humor and lots of patience. 

 

By host on 6/14/2010 4:25 PM

John writes:

A club, society or organization can be loosely defined as a group of like-minded individuals with a common interest.  

Accountability can be defined as being responsible for your actions or lack thereof; doing what you say you will do, or what you agreed to do and; above all, when you said you would do it.  Some people think that this only applies when they feel like it or when they get around to the time for completing their tasks.  On the contrary, this means that you will complete your agreed upon task even when you are operating out of your comfort zone. This is a complex matter because if any organization does not hold its members to high standards of accountability and responsibility, they are doomed for failure.
By host on 6/11/2010 8:00 AM

Anel writes:

Remember the Simon and Garfunkel tune, ‘Slip Sliding Away’?

Well, that’s what happened to a web domain for a group in Bluff City, Tennessee. The domain registration expired and someone bought the URL right out from under them.  Oh, did I mention that the group was the police department in Bluff City and the person that snapped up the domain (Brian McCrary) is a computer network designer who was disgruntled because of a ticket he had received from the department?  The site now displays a cartoon of a police badge and features complaints from motorists about the use of speed cameras that are used by the police department.

By host on 6/4/2010 10:34 AM

Anel writes:

Since the whole purpose of a club is to unite a like-minded group of people, your club probably publishes a newsletter. A newsletter is generally used to distribute useful information to members, including club news and upcoming events. It is more than that, though - it is also a platform to showcase member accomplishments, as well as provide a means for members to contribute their own material for the purposes of entertainment, education or information.

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