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Sarah Palin: website fail

I know Sarah Palin, John McCain’s vice-presidential candidate, was a total stranger to about 99% of the US population (not counting Alaska of course), not to mention no one had ever heard of her outside of the United States.

Now that she’s in the spotlight, it feels the Republican Party is rushing all things Palin, including the official website. Try browsing to http://www.sarahpalin.com and you will get a dreaded 403 Forbidden error.

 

Now we’re all about getting to know Sarah. Despite the utter lack of experience. And the nepotism.

Heck, I don’t even know if this is her official website.

But deep down inside, you feel something’s not quite right. Matt Damon nails it in this video:

Remember, if you’re going to pull a VP candidate out of a hat, remember the ‘new boy/gal’ factor may not always work. TV’s slowly dying so try planning ahead so that your web communication is impeccable 🙂

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Welcome to Julien Coquet’s blog!

This blog is titled Negligible Quantities, after these small details that you always miss... and that end up messing up your plans!

Web culture in general and Web Analytics in particular depend on details. Most of my posts relay information that consists of details of importance to me.

I am Country Manager for France for the Web Analytics Association (WAA)

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Ce blog est un espace où je parle de ces petits détails chers à mes analyses du Web.

Vous y trouverez des billets sur mon humeur du moment, mes coups de coeurs mais aussi mes coups de gueule :-)

Je suis responsable pour la France de la Web Analytics Association (WAA)

Le nom du blog, Negligible Quantities, est inspiré de Manu Larcenet et de ses Quantités Négligeables

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