NEW STUDY PREDICTS THAT IF DIGITAL DOWNLOAD SITES
DON'T PIRATE THE BEST PRACTICES OF THEIR MORE EXPERIENCED ECOMMERCE COUSINS,
THEY WILL BE PIRATED!
musical maladie has mutated and has begun to infect other categories of
digital downloaders to those trying to access content from radio, film,
tv, artist and record label sites...
NEW STUDY ACCUSES MUSIC DOWNLOAD SERVICES OF SPREADING LATEST CONSUMER DISEASE: DIGITAL DEFICIT DISORDER
of the disease, often contracted by users who try to download music and
video online, are caused by poorly designed digital download sites...
STUDY ACCUSES ONLINE TRAVEL SITES OF SPREADING LATEST CONSUMER DISEASE:
BORDER-LESS PERSONALITY DISORDER
of the disease, often contracted by travelers who try to purchase travel
services online, are caused by poorly designed travel sites. These symptoms
include: repetitive patterns of disorganization, difficulty in trusting
policies and pricing, irritability and anxiety...
5 February, 2003
NEW STUDY WARNS: PERFORMANCE ANXIETY OF CORPORATE EXECUTIVES PUTS EARNINGS AT RISK
Global 1000 companies have no road map for the future and fail to provide voluntary disclosure of key operational information that serves as the basis of good corporate governance and accountability...
25 October, 2001
MAD COUCH DISEASE REACHES EPIDEMIC PROPORTIONS
Landmark research on the current practices in UK, US and French interactive television (iTV) services...
24 October, 2000
STUDY REVEALS POOR DISCLOSURE MAY BE HAZARDOUS TO THE HEALTH OF NEW ECONOMY COMPANIES
Internet and technology startups fail to deliver information crucial to the institutional investment decision making process...
20 July, 2000
NEW STUDY IDENTIFIES RECURRING CONSUMER DISEASE: SHOPPING CART ABANDONMENT SYNDROME
... An international study of the critical success factors of online stores, has identified the source of what Shelley Taylor & Associates have named...
2 May, 2000
NEW STUDY IDENTIFIES EPIDEMIC CONSUMER DISEASE: POST-TRANSACTION ANXIETY DISORDER
Landmark research on the current practices in retail e-commerce order fulfillment concludes that symptoms of a new consumer malady can be traced to...
16 June, 1999
NEW STUDY DEFLATES BUSINESS-TO-BUSINESS E-COMMERCE BUZZ
Groundbreaking research on the current corporate web site practices of the world's most successful companies concludes that global companies fail to cash in on the benefits of business-to-business e-commerce...
25 February, 1999
NEW STUDY FINDS THAT CYBER SHOPS AND SHOPPERS FAIL TO CLICK
A new study by Shelley Taylor & Associates concludes that web shops should get back to basics and apply more of the traditional retailing knowledge of land-based stores to their sites...
5 January, 1999
COMPANIES DON'T GIVE INVESTORS INFORMATION THEY WANT
A new study by Shelley Taylor & Associates shows that companies fail to provide investors with information about issues that have the greatest impact on future performance. Intellectual capital and Y2K readiness join the list of top ranking information needs...
20 August, 1998
SILICON VALLEY WEB SITES FAIL TO WALK THE TALK
A new study by Shelley Taylor & Associates to be released on August 25, concludes that in spite of their access to recent innovations in web tools, software and hardware, surprisingly few Silicon Valley web sites utilize available navigational aids of provide sufficient content for their three key external users: customers, investors and potential employees...
23 February, 1998
CORPORATE WEB SITES – ALL SIZZLE AND NO SUBSTANCE
A new study by Shelley Taylor & Associates concludes that web sites provide limited value to companies' three external audiences...