I love the Manager Tools podcast, I value the advice and perspective on management and leadership that the presenters give. One piece of advice that they give is to regularly update your CV.
I’ve finally got around to this, and as part of that gave the site a bit of a facelift (thanks to the author of the Mystique theme that I’m using).
I’m also hoping, as part of a pre-New Year’s resolution, to start posting properly again – rather than just link dumping… I just need to set the time aside.
To that end, I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about viral campaigns of late. We know that they can be a huge boost to business, and certainly are a superb SEO mechanism (a good viral can produce an incredible number of inbound links, and a huge boost to site authority).
However, I’m also interested in what it can do to the perception of a site’s user experience. We know that brand perception plays a huge role in the usability of a site, and it’s experience. Can viral’s have the same effect?
Here’s the latest T-Mobile viral – and I love it even more that the Dance viral!
Isn’t that really great?