A while ago there was an article about famous Belgian Twitter users. The article gave an overview of the "most influencial" people based on their Klout score. Although these metrics aren't always accurate (he who shouts the most and the loudest gets the best score), I found this graph interesting:
For those who couldn't make it, this is what I talked about:
Can I have a tax cut?
If not, could you please buy a license for your use of my software?
Thank you in advance!
Almost a month ago, I wrote Enforcing your Trademark: not that simple. I was complaining about the fact that somebody had claimed the @iText Twitter account, but hadn't been posting anything but absurd non sense (6 status updates on 3 different dates between November 8, 2007 and February 10, 2010).
Another month, another Google Analytics blogpost. Let's take a look at the Google heartbeat (this is the overview of the number of visits, not the number of hits):
Looks OK, doesn't it? No sign of the arrhytmia shown in the Alexa stats:
Did we have better results in May compared to (the slow month) April. the Alexa stats already gave away the answer: Yes!
Interesting. The 7 signs of failure for internet startups. http://venturebeat.com/2011/05/30/the-7-signs-of-failure-for-internet-startups/
It would be interesting to check if the iText companies show any of those signs, so let's take a look.
Hmm... It was my intention to make a Top 5 of frequently asked questions, and to publish that top 5 every two weeks. I had even marked this in my calendar, but in the last two months, I didn't have the time to look at the forum. The last top 5 dates from April 4th.
Let's pick up the thread, and select five new questions that were posted recently (instead of listing the most popular questions):
What happens if we break our own rules and answer a question that was not sent to the list?
This is the answer:
A month ago, I wrote: I don't know what I'll read next, but I'll look for something entertaining. I found what I was looking for. Out of the 8 "books" I've read last month, 7 were graphic novels.
I'm not happy with the heart beat of the itextpdf.com domain. Sure, when I look at Google Analytics, there's no reason to worry, but I'm confused by what Alexa is showing me: