Search Engine Guide blogger Manoj Jasra just dropped me a note to let me know about the launch of a new "global marketing" blog that aims to offer up some specific advice for marketers reaching out in ten different countries. Knowing we have quite a few non-U.S. readers, I thought this was something worth passing along.

The blog features some well known bloggers and offers up specific advice on reaching markets in Australia, Canada, Germany, Greece, France, India, Japan, Russia, Scandinavia and the United Kingdom.

In browsing through the listings, I saw quite a few posts featuring some great stats that are specific to Internet usage in each country. Based on email requests, I know there are quite a few folks looking for a place to find this type of data. That makes Global Thoughts a smart blog to add to your feed reader.


January 7, 2008





Jennifer Laycock is the Editor of Search Engine Guide, the Social Media Faculty Chair for MarketMotive and offers small business social media strategy & consulting. Jennifer enjoys the challenge of finding unique and creative ways to connect with consumers without spending a fortune in marketing dollars. Though she now prefers to work with small businesses, Jennifer’s clients have included companies like Verizon, American Greetings and Highlights for Children.





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This is fascinating.
I’d been taught that left-aligned labels are preferred, to support the prototypical F-shaped eye-tracking heat map of web browsing. The idea is that it supports easy vertical scanning.

If I were to wager a guess at why, I’d say that users don’t “browse” forms. The interaction style users engage in with forms is different, and requires its own study and design best practices.

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