To find out which sites have the best online communities, siteIQ evaluated 25 of the leading sites in the IT industry. This summary announces the eBusiness Index rankings and ratings of the Communities category.
To find out which sites have the best online communities, siteIQ evaluated 25 of the leading sites in the IT industry. This summary announces the eBusiness Index rankings and ratings of the Online Communities category.
Networking system sites are a horse of a different color. They have the same challenges as their enterprise systems brethren with more complex purchasing processes and training requirements. So which site is the leader and what are the secrets to its success?
Business software sites have a tough row to hoe. They must appeal to a variety of audiences that have vastly different needs. So, which business software sites do the best job in marketing and supporting their customers and where is each site's sweet spot?
One of the things I like most about Apple.com is its subtlety. The times when you are out there minding your own business and end up stumbling across something that’s more than the sum of its parts. Apple.com’s buyer communities are a great example.
Nearly two-thirds (65%) of organizations engage in online communities operated by companies that sell them computer hardware, software and services. That means you need to pay attention to your communities. And this report is a great place to start.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who has the best Website of all? To find out, we evaluated 23 Websites, stepped them through 1,200 types of content & features, and put them through their usability paces. Then we scored, ranked, and rated each one and put all the answers in this report.
Dell.com’s registration hints and help are good practices worth a closer look. This module delivers clear instructions about how to create a new Dell account — and a well-placed link to a nicely crafted registration “how to” guide.
Apple.com is the master of the details that other sites either miss or deliberately ignore. Here’s four important details that should be on every support team’s design list.
Current Conventions | Norton.com and CA.com show how current support design conventions work – and don’t work.
Getting support users to the resources they want is always a challenge. Some sites try to solve it with a blizzard of links. Others — like CA.com and Norton.com — use the KISS principle. Turns out both of them have some important things to learn.