After careful consideration I have decided to transfer all hardware review activities to a new domain. I purchased Hardwareasylum.com in 2012 and have been working hard to build a new and improved Ninjalane on that domain. If you are reading this you have reached one of the archived articles, news, projects and/or reviews that were left behind during the site migration.
Please update your bookmarks and be sure to visit the new and improved Ninjalane at Hardwareasylum.com
This dichotomy often fuels some interesting conversations that turn into interesting article ideas. For instance last CES I wrote about people that claim to be web developers but really have no idea how the web works, much less being able to program any sort of web application. Given my career position as a web architect and developer I can speak to my expertise on the subject and my ability to spot the not.
Another CES has gone by, and the discussions this year seemed to revolve around website traffic, or rather, the lack thereof. You see, with the current state of the world economy, advertisers are becoming increasingly stingy with their advertising dollars. They are always looking for the best return on investment (ROI). To do this they look at several things. Of these, the biggest are market segment, target audience, and overall traffic numbers.
There are a few ways to get information on a website.