Citation Feature Added to KnowThis.com
Over the years, KnowThis.com has become a well-regarded reference site for students, teachers and business professionals. For instance, KnowThis.com is widely used by students who reference the site as part of research assignments and other class projects. KnowThis.com also is referenced by a large number of business textbooks and trade publications as evidenced from results from a Google Book search.
Recently we have received numerous requests asking how to cite material found on our site. While we have always provided a page describing how this can be done, today we make it even easier to reference material found on KnowThis.com.
Today we introduce our new Citation feature. This feature offers information that can be easily adapted to common citation formats including APA and MLA. Visitors will find the Citation on the right side of most content pages where it can simply be copied and pasted for use in a citation report.
KnowThis Now on Twitter
The last few days have proven to be a little difficult for us at KnowThis.com as we have struggled with a software upgrade. We apologize for any issues visitors may have experienced. While we are not completely back to normal, we are close enough to make an announcement.
We are happy to report that beginning today our @KnowThis account is live on Twitter. We will be using Twitter to communicate the latest marketing news, offer comments on current events, provide site updates and more. Our goal is to continue to be a leading source of quality information for professionals, students, and teacher of marketing and related fields. We hope you will follow us.
Updates to KnowThis.com
As some loyal visitors have noticed, today we rolled out a few changes to the KnowThis.com website. Over the last few months, we have spent a considerable amount of time improving the site features and redoing the underlying structure. This has resulted in a number of improvements including: a redesign of Blog posts that features new Tag display and a new visitor Comment area; a new Marketing Terms section that includes a mouse-over option for seeing the definition of key terms contained within a definition; and a new layout for the Blog Archives. In addition to these viewable changes, the underlying technical changes will enable the site to respond faster to visitors’ requests.
While the changes may not appear dramatic (for instance the general layout of the site is pretty much the same), what was changed took considerable man-hours. The focus on updating the site led us to take a step away from adding a lot of new content over the last few months. Consequently, we scaled back on postings to the Blog, Marketing Stories and other site sections in favor of concentrating on the important software upgrades.
While, at this point, most of the work is completed, there are still a few nagging issues. For instance, extra pages within the Marketing Links section are not quite working nor are those found in the Marketing Stories Archive. Despite these areas not being 100%, we decided to roll out the upgrade in order to get back to providing regular updates. Expect to see more frequent Blog postings, Stories and Tutorial updates beginning next week.
In the mean time, thank you for your patience during the upgrade and feel free to provide comments that will help us to continue the effort to improve KnowThis.com.
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