Coherent Business Talk

WEB SECTOR INC.

WEB IDENTITY & DIALOGUE SERVICES

Answering Four Questions:

1. Who are we?

2. How are we different?

3. What can we do for clients?

4. How do we do business?

PROFILING, INDEXING, SEARCHING AND PUBLISHING
YOUR PUBLIC RELATIONS AND MARKETING MESSAGES

IN THE WORLD WIDE WEB BUSINESS SECTOR

WEB SECTOR

THE REAL IDENTITY ADVANTAGE
I. WWWBS: THE WEB GREW A NEW DIMENSION LAST NIGHT

Last night, Web Sector Inc. announced a “real place” for “real businesses” on the World Wide Web. There’s nothing virtual about it. It’s not for surfing, its for working. Its not for casual searching, its for finding. Its not for chatting, its for straight, coherent business talk. Its not for banners and blinking ads, it for presenting your whole business identity along with the public relations and marketing messages that keep you in business and competitive. Most important, it is not just for malls and e-tailers. It is for every active business in the world that wishes to stand up and be counted as “in” and “ready for” business.

It does not eliminate the techie web, the fun web, the personal web, the shopping web or the virtually anything web experience. It simply makes the active business world more visible, more organized, more coherent, more accountable and totally distinguishable from everything else on the web. Something the non business communities feel they can do without. In fact, the non-business types appear to welcome the distancing of the business mentality to different quarters, even though it is just a sector away.

Dubbed the World Wide Web Business Sector (WWWBS), it adds a new and practical web dimension for pure business activity that was not there before. It makes opportunity clearer and major collaboration practical.

The Business Sector is not a home page, not a portal, not an AOL look-alike or some other proprietary landscape. It emanates from your business web site. It is your thoroughly defined business identity. It is your up to the minute PR and Marketing dialogue (messages) preceding your business 24 hours per day across the world on the WWWBS. It is a place for new and extremely efficient commercial relationships and opportunities.

 

                                                                                         II. WHAT YOUR BUSINESS NEEDS TO DO!

A. WHO ARE YOU

You own and or manage any business. It doesn’t matter if the business is large, medium or small, but it does matter that your company is actively in business and expects to be in business for the foreseeable future. You, personally, should have an appreciation if not responsibility for some level of marketing be concerned about public relations and, to some extant, customer service.

 

B. YOU WILL NEED A WEB SITE

If you have one, you will not have to change it, but you will measurably enhance it. If you have not got a web site, consider getting one. You may not have needed one before, but, now you do.

C. YOU WILL NEED TO GATHER ALL THE INFORMATION YOUR ORGANIZATION NEEDS TO BUILD AN APPROPRIATE AND RELATIVELY POWERFUL WEB BUSINESS PRESENCE.

Do not be intimidated by the word “all”. In this case, we mean all the information you need to do the job you want to do. But, be assured, as needs increase and the demands for information change, you will be working within an rugged profiling structure that can accommodate each new and often unique facet of your business. All of the following items will play a part in your business profile sooner or later, if your business is positioning itself properly for growth.

1. Your companies, your partnerships, your businesses, your market segments, your trade names.

2. Your locations, mail & shipping addresses, geo positions for in-house operations, sales and corporate affairs.

3. Your partnerships (strategic & otherwise), holdings, parent company and other affiliations.

4. Your products and your services

5. Your old product and service categories, key words and methods of indexing and organization.

6. Your company’s, experts, expertise and unique qualities & accomplishments

7. Your past/current/planned business promotions and product announcements

8. Your appearances in the news of the day

9. Your company’s white papers and position papers, press releases, published articles and appearances in the news.

10. The Trade Organizations, Trade Magazines, Professional Reference News Letters, Trade Books and Web Portals with which you are aligned

11. The industrial, charitable, civic and social events in which your business participates.

12. Your credibility as avowed and presented by reputable outside rating and review persons and organizations

13. Your surveyed responses to business and public issues.

14. Your business statements about how you do business, general terms, and conditions of service.

15. An whatever else makes you significant to a lone client, collaborator or entire market segment.

D. THEN YOU WILL NEED:

1. TO PREPARE YOUR COMPANY PEOPLE FOR KEEPING THE BUSINESS PROFILE ALIVE AND POTENT

Every business does not need, or should it want, an inflated WWWBS profile You will need to assure yourself that the information you present to the world is clear, complete and up-to-date. Never steer a customer wrong. Never say you have something you have not got. Never give out stale or obviously dated information

Know it now, that, depending upon what you want from your efforts, good Sector profiling can take anywhere from 20 minutes to 20 days per year to compose and less than 30 seconds to activate.

2. TO DECIDE YOUR LEVEL OF COMMITMENT TO PROFILE CONTENT AND ACCURACY

. Your Sector profile cannot be more than the company can afford to support with time and intelligent attention. Creating and registering a profile is inexpensive and easily done. The work of keeping the message fresh and active is the biggest concern. In a pinch, there are economic, outside services that will do the job for you.

E. AS YOUR COMPANY BECOMES ACCOMPLISHED IN BUSINESS PROFILING YOU WILL LOOK TO HAVE CERTAIN CAPABILITIES:

1. TO PUT MORE THAN ONE FACE ON YOUR PROFILE

Your business profile has to appeal to more than one type of person or company. You may have one company with five distinct businesses. In any case, as your company grows and expands it use of the web, it will need a flexible profile infrastructure that can simply handle complex business identities.You may start out with single business identity, but you must be able to add new special identities without compromising old ones.

2. TO CHANGE YOUR PROFILE ON THE FLY

You must be able to meet public relations and marketing situations head on.. You do not have time to wait. Your business profile must respond to broad or narrow marketing changes by end of day if not immediately..

3. TO OPEN NEW PROFILE ACCESS CHANNELS

It is a two way street, you must find your market and your market must be able to find you. You will need a ready supply of new communications channels to the people and the companies you have and want as customers, partners and resources.

4. TO DELIVER RICH MESSAGE CONTENT

The web can deliver rich multi media materials. You will need the ability to easily deliver text, video, sound, graphics and data as each situation requires.

5. TO DELIVER UNIFORM CONTENT

There is certain information that requires uniform presentation. Whether the uniformity is industry wide or world wide, it requires acceptable standards for identity, content, format, publication, accessibility and security as well as for the circumstances under which and standards are turned on and off.

6. TO DELIVER INFORMATION SELECTIVELY

Compound Directory System

                                                                                                                              I. SPECIAL DETAILS

A. The Compound Directory System

Web Sector Directories serve many functions from simple categorization of businesses to identification of business relationships and the collection of cross industry information. Each directory is identified, defined and published to the it respective business communities. Each directory has a life of its own and demands specific information care by its membership.

Directory Memberships can be developed outside of Web Sector or by our in-house indexing staff. Each directory is sponsored a special interest group, organization or indexing objective. Members elect to join most directories. Some House sponsored generic directories are mandatory for profile activation.

Each directory elected by a Web Sector client offers index keys and opens relationship channels that bring clients and special business sectors together for short or long periods of time. Such directories also provide addition insight into the over WWWBS data base and give Sector Search engine users new and varied search criteria.

1. Directory Sponsorship

a. House

b. House Industry Forum

c. Independent

(1)     Public
(2)     Private

2. Directory Content Description & Restrictions

a. Template ID

(1)     ID #
(2)     NAME
(3)     DESCRIPTION

b. Client Maintenance Commitment
And Accuracy Guarantee

(1)     TIER 0
(2)     TIER 1
(3)     TIER 2
(4)     TIER 3
(5)     TIER 4
(6)     TIER 5

c. Template Data Collection

(1)     TEMPLATE DATA ITEMS
(a)   NAME
(b)   SERIAL #
(c)    DESCRIPTION
(d)   STATEMENT CRITERIA
(e)    INDEX DESIGNATION

d. Publishable Member Identities

(1)     ACTUAL
(2)     RANDOM ID
(3)     NONE
(4)     ENCRYPTED
(5)     PSEUDONYM

e. Accessible By

(1)     MEMBERS ONLY
(2)     ANYONE
(3)     SPECIFIC IDENTITIES
(a)   DIRECTORY SPECIFIC
(b)   INFO QUALITY TIER

f. Term

(1)     OPEN DATE
(2)     CLOSE DATE
(3)     REPORT DATE
(4)     REOPEN DATE

g. PURPOSE

(1)     REPORT
(a)   SURVEY
(b)   TREND
(c)    STATUS
(2)     ORGANIZATION
(3)     CATEGORY
(4)     EVENT
(5)     AWARD
(6)     CURRENT ISSUE
(7)     CURRENT ACRONYM

h. You can also be found via any House Directories for which you have activated a template in your identity profile.

(1)     House Trading Names Directory
(2)     House Legal Names Directory
(3)     WWWBS Operating Characteristics
(a)   Company Name

1]     Company Business Name

a]     Broad Business Category

i-              Industrial

ii-             Financial

iii-            Commercial

b]     Broad Business Function

i-              Manufacturing

ii-             Processing

iii-            Assembling

iv-            Distributing

v-             Selling Wholesale

vi-            Selling Retail

vii-           Leasing/Renting

viii-          Providing Services

c]     Broad Product Categories

i-              Public Recognized

ii-             Trade/Industry Recognized

iii-            WWWBS Y2K Recognized

d]     Broad Service Categories

i-              Public Recognized

ii-             Trade/Industry Recognized

iii-            WWWBS Y2K Recognized

i. You can also be found via the special Independent Directories for which you have activated a template in your identity profile.

(1)     Industry Org. Directories
(2)     Trade Org. Directories
(3)     Professional Directories
(4)     Portal Directories
(5)     Credit Directories
(6)     Rating Directories
(7)     Trade Publication Directories
(8)     Association Directories
(9)     Special Issues & Causes Directories
(10)Professional Directories

j. =========== Three Visitor Scenario’s

(1)     The Person Who Is Hurried & Knows What She Or He Wants

For this scenario we have prepared a special page design that gets the visitors in, serviced, out and happy. We have surveyed the people who work the web on a daily basis. They are most often the serious client, potential client or the personal interface to someone who is. They need speed, familiar ways to do things, coherent results and the option to browse around if they have time.

(2)     The Person With Time To Kill

For this scenario we have the color, graphics and content of your regular web site pages and the option to move to your regular home page at the push of a “see the whole site” button.

(3)     The Person In Between

Simple and obvious navigation is implicit

 

Business Profile Activation

 I. Web Sector Business Profile Activation: Software

You do not have to do everything at once. Start small. You can easily enhance your profile as you see it work for you

A. Online and easy,

B. Compose Your Business Identity Profile

1. Select your directory templates

2. Enter the requested business information

C. Compose Your Visitor Dialogue Profile

1. Define Your Table Of Contents

a. Select your contents templates

b. Enter the requested set up information

2. Enter Your Business Data

a. Select Your templates

b. Enter the requested data

3. Label & Link your Documents & Multi Media Files

a. Load all files into an accessible directory

b. Select Templates

c. Enter the requested data

D. Do a site test installation

1. Test/Print and verify your profile contents

2. Test/Print your dialogue data

3. Test/Print/Run your multimedia files

4. Make Changes

5. Get proper company authorization to activate.

E. Activate Your Site and First Profiles

1. Loads the Hidden Web Sector Pages

a. Subscriber Page

b. Identity Templates Page(s)

2. Activates the Respository

3. Loads the latest Client Site Version of the Web Sector-Tellit Software & Uniform Access Pages.

a. Visitor’s Info Teller:

(1)     Table Of Contents Page
(2)     Display & Retrieval Page
(3)     Sector Search Engine Page (if wanted by client)
(4)     Client’s Associations, Affiliations, Credentials And 3rd Party Information Sources & Information Links

4. Sends a copy of the identity profile and subscription requirements to the Web Sector Inc Directory Server

F. Web Sector Directory Server Automatically Responds

1. Updates the client selected directory indexes

2. Notifies the client via email of the .Sector Search Engines accessibility to their new or updated client identity profile

3. Notifies the outside directory sponsor(s) (if any) of the new directory memberships

4. Notifies the authorized client personal to initiate a Web Sector profiling maintenance session for authorization & download of directory and free service links.

5. Posts & schedules any special services requested by the client on the subscription page.

                                                                                                                                                 II. SUMMARY

1. WHAT WE DID!

a. BUILT A NEW, FRESH SECTOR FOR BUSINESS DIALOGUE ON THE WEB

WWWBS is the definitive community of active businesses on the web

It permits never before seen levels of differentiation for the active business community, sub communities and unique individual businesses. This permits business visibility and access as it was meant to be. This is: the only source for guaranteed accurate, clear, up to date and actionable information about today’s businesses.

b. BUILT THE INFRASTRUCTURE FOR THE FIRST DISTRIBUTED,NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL, CROSS INDUSTRY BUSINESS INFORMATION DATA BASE

CONTAINING BOTH UNIFORM DATA AND RICH MULTI MEDIA CONTENT THAT IS EASILY ACCESSED AND RATED FOR QUALITY.

c. BUILT A NEW AND INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY THAT CREATES AND MAINTAINS YOUR DYNAMIC PRESENCE ON THE WEB.

(1)     Your real Business Identity Profile as simple or as complex as it may be.
(2)     Your active Visitor Dialogue Profile that provides the right information to the right people at the right time and is capable of selectively managing many your web based communication programs.
(a)   Marketing
(b)   Customer Relations
(c)    Public Relations
(d)   Employee Relations
(e)    Partner Relations
(f)     Stockholder Relations
(g)   Operations Outreach
(h)   E-Deal Sourcing

d. BUILT A BETTER SEARCH ENGINE

(1)     More criteria
(2)     Sector specific (ie business )
(3)     Integrated compound directoried
(4)     More connections

e. BUILT FLEET OF BUSINESS FOCUSED DIRECTORIES

(1)     BROADER CONTENT
(2)     BETTER ORGANIZED
(3)     BETTER MAINTAINED
(4)     BETTER CONTROLLED
(a)   Companies can add and remove themselves from appropriate directories as the opportunity arises.
(5)     NEW DIRECTORIES ON DEMAND

f. BUILT BETTER SITE VISITOR SERVICES

See Marketing Outline below

Sector Space Identity Services

Sector Space – Identity & Dialogue Services

WEB BASED COMMERCIAL AND PRODUCTION AGREEMENTS FOR EXTENDED & GLOBAL ENTERPRISE

Web Sectors Corporation, Sector Identity Services Division

                                                                                                                                                    I. Introduction

 

The Pact-Works Corporation in collaboration with Web Sectors Inc. has announced a “real place” for “real businesses” on the World Wide Web. It’s not for surfing, its for working. Its not for casual searching, its for finding. Its not for chatting, its for straight, coherent business talk. There’s nothing virtual about it. (Business has difficulty with virtual things) It is for presenting whole business identities and agendas to a transitioning business world looking for global opportunity and collaboration. It is for doing business, global style.

Dubbed “Sector Space it adds a new and practical web dimension for credible enterprise activities that was not there before. Its objective is to make opportunity clearer and major forms of collaboration practical, manageable and sure footed.

Sector Space is not a home page, not a portal, not an AOL look-alike or some other proprietary landscape. Sector space surrounds each freely participating pact member web site. It accommodates each enterprise’s thoroughly defined identity and its up-to-the-minute public relations, marketing and operating messages. It is the meeting space and working space for new, extremely efficient working relationships and opportunities. It is a place where agreements are made and global businesses are positioned for action.

 

 

 

 

Sector Space does not eliminate the techie web, the fun web, the personal web, the shopping web or the virtually anything web experience. It simply makes the active business world more visible, more organized, more coherent, more accountable and totally distinguishable from everything else on the web. Something many non commercial communities feel they can do without. In fact, many people welcome the distancing of the business mentality to different quarters, even though it is just a sector away.

The Business Sector is for every active business venture in the world that wishes to stand up and be counted as “in” and “ready for” business.

 

 

                                                                                                                     II. NO LONGER ADRIFT

You are still on the web. Being in the Web Business Sector simply means you are easily identified, easily differentiated, easily searched for and easily found. And depending upon the sector directories you have selected for you business, you have opened up new channels that give your company more places to publish its current marketing and public relations story.

                                                                                                 III. Compound Sector Directories

People do not need to go through a thousand key word search results in order to find your web site.. You are now addressable by your choice of the following criteria:

                                                                                                                         IV. Basic Sectors Search

 

1. Your Legal Business Name

2. Your DBA Business Name

3. Your Company Name Acronym

4. Your Trade Names

5. Your Traditional Business Categories

6. Your Corporate Offices Address

a. Street

b. City

c. State/Prov/Parish

d. Nation

e. Postal Code

7. Your C?O’s Names

8. Your Phone #’s

9. Your email address

10. And As Usual Your Domain Name

                                                                                                  V. Your Business Sector Dialogue

More important than finding your company on the web; what will your visitors find when they get there? This is the moment of truth. This is where the real business dialogue begins

Your web site pages were not altered by Web Sector but your site was enhanced.. When you authorized and activated your Company Profile, you also added 4 optional Web Sector pages to your site that can be viewed and used by your visitors. You determine, beforehand, when and if these pages will be presented to the visitor.

There are sound reasons and specific benefits to these pages that should be considered carefully.

Each one of the Web Sector is designed to be uniform from site to site and to efficiently deliver the information requested by the Visitor in the form specified. These pages are uniform and simple in design but are adjusted to carry out the site’s existing color theme. Each page is dominated by the company’s logo, has standard navigation buttons and performs it own special functions.

(1)     The Information Publishing Page
(a)   Presents the information materials available to the visitor

1]     Documents & Multi Media Menu

a]     Pull Down Menus list all the document, multi-media files available to the visitor.

b]     One or more item can be selected a one time

c]     Items can be selectively displayed

i-              Thumbnail Overview:

ii-             Full Text Only

iii-            Full Text & Graphics

2]     Software Download Menu

a]     Client Software Products

b]     3rd Party Complimentary Applications

3]     Free Stuff

a]     As offered by the company

4]     Instant Info

a]     Contact Name/Addr/Phone/E-mail

b]     Company Phone #

c]     Jobs List

5]     Submission Authorization

(b)   Arranges for delivery

1]     Items can be selectively delivered

a]     Quick Data Download

b]     File Download

c]     Email

d]     US Postal Svc.

i-              CD, Diskette

ii-             Printed

iii-            Etc

(c)    Takes Visitor Data

1]     Name

2]     Company Name If Any

3]     Postal Address

4]     Email Address

5]     Message

(d)   Offers option to be placed on company mailing list
(e)    Sends an e-mail thank you message offering to copy anyone else, if appropriate.
(2)     The Associations & Organizations Page

Demonstrates all the associations and trade organization to which the company belongs (and which the company authorizes for appearance) and the publications in which the company currently advertises. Highlights those with directories that participate in the Web Sector Compound Directory Alliance.

(3)     The Authentications Page

Demonstrates the icons of those organizations normally associated with ratings, certification and performance standards that can supply additional information about the company by clicking the icon.

(4)     The Issues & Articles Page

Demonstrates a listing of current industry and marketing acronyms and issues that the company will speak to upon request. Both PR & Sales related. Takes Contact Information.

Demonstrates magazines with current or past articles about the company which can be seen on the company or the magazine site.

Demonstrates

(5)     The Sector Search Page

The Business Sector Search Page with the client’s logo can be offered to visitors to the site. The search page offer some limited sticky features ,search criteria and destination data that may be of interest to some company’s.

2. Your Company’s Experience With The Visit

Every visit to your site that began with Web Sector Search is recorded on your Visitor History page

a. Visitor History Page Record

(1)     Visitor’s Search Criteria
(a)   Visit #
(b)   Visit Date
(c)    Visit Time
(d)   Multiple Visit Search Criteria Used To Find The Site
(2)     Downloaded or Requested Information
(a)   List of Any of those items listed in your Dialogue Table of contents
(3)     Visitor Identification & Message

This information supplied only if visitor options to do so.

(a)   Name
(b)   Company
(c)    Phone
(d)   Email
(e)    Message

b. Automatic Email Reply: Thank You Etc. If Appropriate

B. The Importance Of Profile Maintenance

1. We All Share the responsibility for maintaining the accuracy of the WWWBS Information Data base

Your company and Web Sector share the responsibility for providing up-to-date and accurate information. Your company is the ultimate authority on you profile content. Everyone’s generic information expires 1 year to the day after profile activation. 30 days before expiration and again 14 days before expiration, your CEO or the CEO’s appointed officer will be notified of the approaching expiration and be asked to have the profile reviewed and ,if necessary, updated.

If the information in your identity profile is to remain unchanged, an automatic email reply from the original addressee will set the expiration ahead 1 year.

If your profile requires maintenance, your appointed maintenance person or outside service should be directed to make repairs by initiating a Web Sector profile maintenance session. Upon completion of maintenance, the expiration date will be automatically advanced.

A maintenance session can always be used to advance the expiration data of your profile.

2. If you have stopped active business and shut down your site.

You should initiate a profile maintenance session. Select a notice Template. And enter any additional information needed to clarify your company’s status. We will automatically notify visitors attempting to get to your site via Sector Search of the circumstances you have give us to publish. This type of automatic visitor notification can be used to inform about a permanent of temporary condition.

(1)     Gone out of business. No further information supplied.
(2)     We have sold our business. Please refer to the new owners.
(3)     Our site will be down 2 weeks for repairs. We expect to reopen on May 1st.
(4)     We have changed our name. Please go to our new site at xxxxx.
(5)     Etc.

b. If you have given the job of profile maintenance to a qualified and registered 3rd party

3. If our tests of your site do not produce the information specified in your Dialogue Table Of Contents

Or if visitors report breakdown of your company’s dialogue content, your CEO or appointed officer will be notified (by e-mail)and requested to make remedy by reducing you catalog contents appropriately

This does not eliminate your company from the data base, but until your profile is corrected, your Quality Tier Rating will be lowered thus informing others who understand the Quality Tier Status System system that your table of contents or identity may not be temporarily unreliable.

4. Using Templates

See more on the use of Web Sector Templates for solving many identity and communications problems

a. Surveys

b. Conferences & Exhibitions

c. Product Category Templates

d. Personalities

e. Compound Directories

 

 

.

 

                                             VI. WHAT YOU & YOUR BUSINESS NEED TO DO!

A. WHO ARE YOU

You own and or manage any business. It doesn’t matter if the business is large, medium or small, but it does matter that your company is actively in business and expects to be in business for the foreseeable future. You, personally, should have an appreciation if not responsibility for some level of marketing be concerned about public relations and, to some extant, customer service..

B. YOU WILL NEED A WEB SITE

If you have one, you will not have to change it, but you will measurably enhance it. If you have not got a web site, consider getting one. You may not have needed one before, but, now you do.

C. YOU WILL NEED TO GATHER ALL THE INFORMATION YOUR ORGANIZATION NEEDS TO BUILD AN APPROPRIATE AND RELATIVELY POWERFUL WEB BUSINESS PRESENCE.

Do not be intimidated by the word “all”. In this case, we mean all the information you need to do the job you want to do. But, be assured, as needs increase and the demands for information change, you will be working within an rugged profiling structure that can accommodate each new and often unique facit of your business. All of the following items will play a part in your business profile sooner or later, if your business is positioning itself properly for growth.

1. Your companies, your partnerships, your businesses, your market segments, your trade names.

2. Your locations, mail & shipping addresses, geo positions for in-house operations, sales and corporate affairs.

3. Your partnerships (strategic & otherwise), holdings, parent company and other affiliations.

4. Your products and your services

5. Your old product and service categories, key words and methods of indexing and organization.

6. Your company’s, experts, expertise and unique qualities & accomplishments

7. Your past/current/planned business promotions and product announcements

8. Your appearances in the news of the day

9. Your company’s white papers and position papers, press releases, published articles and appearances in the news.

10. The Trade Organizations, Trade Magazines, Professional Reference News Letters, Trade Books and Web Portals with which you are aligned

11. The industrial, charitable, civic and social events in which your business participates.

12. Your credibility as avowed and presented by reputable outside rating and review persons and organizations

13. Your surveyed responses to business and public issues.

14. Your business statements about how you do business, general terms, and conditions of service.

15. An whatever else makes you significant to a lone client, collaborator or entire market segment.

D. THEN YOU WILL NEED:

1. TO PREPARE YOUR PEOPLE FOR KEEPING THE BUSINESS PROFILE ALIVE AND POTENT

Every business does not need, or should it want, an inflated WWWBS profile You will need to assure yourself that the information you present to the world is clear, complete and up-to-date. Never steer a customer wrong. Never say you have something you have not got. Never give out stale or obviously dated information

Know it now, that, depending upon what you want from your efforts, good Sector profiling can take anywhere from 20 minutes to 20 days per year to compose and less than 30 seconds to activate.

2. TO DECIDE YOUR LEVEL OF COMMITMENT TO PROFILE CONTENT AND ACCURACY

. Your Sector profile cannot be more than the company can afford to support with time and intelligent attention. Creating and registering a profile is inexpensive and easily done. The work of keeping the message fresh and active is the biggest concern. In a pinch, there are economic, outside services that will do the job for you.

E. AS YOUR COMPANY BECOMES ACCOMPLISHED IN BUSINESS PROFILING YOU WILL LOOK TO HAVE CERTAIN CAPABILITIES:

1. TO PUT MORE THAN ONE FACE ON YOUR PROFILE

Your business profile has to appeal to more than one type of person or company. You may have one company with five distinct businesses. In any case, as your company grows and expands it use of the web, it will need a flexible profile infrastructure that can simply handle complex business identities.You may start out with single business identity, but you must be able to add new special identities without compromising old ones.

2. TO CHANGE YOUR PROFILE ON THE FLY

You must be able to meet public relations and marketing situations head on.. You do not have time to wait. Your business profile must respond to broad or narrow marketing changes by end of day if not immediately..

3. TO OPEN NEW PROFILE ACCESS CHANNELS

It is a two way street, you must find your market and your market must be able to find you. You will need a ready supply of new communications channels to the people and the companies you have and want as customers, partners and resources.

4. TO DELIVER RICH MESSAGE CONTENT

The web can deliver rich multi media materials. You will need the ability to easily deliver text, video, sound, graphics and data as each situation requires.

5. TO DELIVER UNIFORM CONTENT

There is certain information that requires uniform presentation. Whether the uniformity is industry wide or world wide, it requires acceptable standards for identity, content, format, publication, accessibility and security as well as for the circumstances under which and standards are turned on and off.

6. TO DELIVER INFORMATION SELECTIVELY

Always, the right information to only the right people

Need a Four Word Phrase

RISM or R.I.S.M. is an acronym with a problem. It is still looking for the 4 word phrase it wants to imitate. The correct 4 word phrase has not yet come forth, but what ever it is, it does imply all the complex relationships between people, knowledge, whatever it is that knowledge represents..
There is a story here (also not fully developed) of what keeps us apart and together. Of what we accomplish in spite of ourselves and the odds.

The cartoon of an inner tube of smaller inner tubes within inner tubes (infinite drill down) (unless you prefer the candy lifesaver metaphor) is a symbol for the acronym (not vice versa)

GRAPHIC—-
ACRONYM (r.i.s.m.)—-
4 WORD PHRASE (as yet undetermined)—-
THE WAY OF THINGS (As it is!, Wha’s Up! etc.)

WE ARE LOOKING FOR A MYTHOLOGY
Such as…….When our kind first appeared on earth, they were puddles of hot bubbling mud. But over time, the puddles multiplied and matured and the world swarmed with humans in an advanced state of idiocy. Luckily, there is no proof of this beginning but the story goes on that originally there was no ability to discriminate men from women, just sex loving puddles. Then metamorphosis began an the real tale of RISM began shaping what we are today………….
What we are today is bound up with learning and diffusion of learning in spite of a natural, insistent insularity.
The occupant of the rism is nothing without its rism. I am very concerned that all rism occupants not necessarily look alike. But in not looking alike, race, sex, religion and natural origin should not be the basis of visual or verbal differentiation.
There is, to say the least, much room for invention.

Not Meat for a Best Seller

It’s about our individual and collaborative abilities to do things. More specifically, our abilities to enhance and retard our abilities to do things.
Rism Based Discussion

INTRODUCTION

I am not interested in creating a new science, religion, empire or other such discipline. My topic is not meat for a best seller. I am about finding the people and disciplines that are capable of facilitating the things we need to better our participation in the gross national product. I am probably borrowing the term GNP with great inappropriateness. But I am not prepared, at the moment, to defend things beyond my own nationhood, though I’m sure the larger implications are there. And, thinking any smaller would be to eliminate options and the real challenge, which is self defeating.
I. THE ORGANIZATION
(THE BASIC OPERATING UNIT)

The US Mail, ATT, PTA, BMT, Catholicism, Toaism, Beat Generation, Blacks, Whites, Asians, Mankind, Humankind, Federal Government, EST, Physics, Psychology, Health Care, Banking, Mafia, Law, Rap, Teenagers, Rock and Roll, Academia, John F. Kennedy, the Blind .the EPA, ACLU and.every individual or group of individuals with a thought, a cause or a penchant to make a buck…….All demonstrate the processes of organization.

…………….context, roles, and processes

The discrimination between context, roles and processes is typical human differentiation which may or may not be needed for language communication, but is compelling to thought.

There is organization of knowledge in the individual and in the group. A link between knowledge elements within an individual is a role of thought. A link between knowledge elements in individuals is a role of language.
We find minimal or elaborate understanding of an organization in its name, leaders, disciples, affected peoples, communications processes, literature, appeals to authority, its rituals, esoteric processes (languages, formulas, acronyms), technologies and social processes. All these areas (and more) provide insight into the organization and are explorable to some degree.

Our initial position is to view our immediate affiliations as the whole or at least, most important order of things.

Whatever your strategic planning process, there is a base of knowledge, that makes it possible to distinguish between what you are doing and what you would do next. Recognizing your base of knowledge and constructing your ability to process it are complementary but distinct processes.

Pursuit Of Best Practices

RISM – REDUCED INFORMATION SCENARIO MODELING

Straight Talk In Pursuit Of Best Practices

FOCUS ON 5 DIMENSIONS OF AN ENTERPRISE

The circle represents the object or whatever it is about which people are trying to communicate.

The cross represents the human positions or perspectives being used to organize the knowledge about whatever it is that people are trying to communicate.

The square or cube represents the stated or published knowledge about whatever it is that people are trying to understand and communicate.

The triangle represents the appropriate parables or metaphors that can be used to communicate between people of different perspectives.

The six sided figure represents the person or group of persons with the given perspectives.

FOUR DIFFERENT VIEWS OF ORDER PROCESSING

1. WHO ARE YOU?
2. HOW MANY TECHNOLOGY STEPS BETWEEN YOU AND THE BUSINESS REGIMES YOU NEED TO SUCCEED?

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Knowledge Modeling Introduction

RISM – Knowledge Modeling

A Brief Introduction
— It is not rocket science, it is just one more human affair with taxonomy.
— It is support tool for simple or complex knowledge management.
— It handles all things, real & imagined.
— It uses a component framework.
— It is designed to be scalable to need.
RISM Basic Vocabulary
• Things
• Models
• Components
• Views
• Schemes
• Knowledge
• Agendas
• Operating Engine
• Name
• Boxes & Domain Frames
• Generic View
• Specific View
• View Level
• View Top & Bottom
• Metaphors

RISM Basic Rules
— A view is a thing used to present knowledge of another thing.
— A view consists of knowledge organized for a specific agenda.
— A view has a name
— A (view) scheme is a thing used to specify organization of knowledge contained in a view or set of views.

RISM Basic Rules
— A scheme may be unique to a view or a duplicate of another view scheme.
— Views are depicted as 3-D boxes or domain frames.

RISM Old Standbys

— The parent/child metaphor is applicable when describing a view
 The parent view contains child views.
 The child views, in turn, are parents to their children and etc..
STANDARD RISM RULES

— Views are depicted as:
— 3-dimensional boxes

— Or domain frames:

— A box or frame becomes a view when it is assigned a name .
STANDARD RISM RULES

— A parent view becomes defined as child views of pertinent things are added:

STANDARD RISM RULES

— A view becomes specific if it represents a particular thing:

STANDARD RISM RULES

— We start with a generic view of our model’s Enterprises.

TO BE CONTINUED (I KNOW THIS IS FAMILIAR TERRITORY BUT THINGS HAVE TO BEGIN AND END SOMEWHERE)

New Web Search Capabilities

Super Charged Identity Profiling Creates New Web Search Capabilities.
Every Q-Pact program requires it subscribers to make identity oriented information available to other subscribers. This is accomplished by means of identity information templates that are completed (entered) by each subscriber prior to subscription activation.
Q-Pact receives a copy of each identity template created by a subscriber and loads them into both a Pact Directory and A Master Sector Directory. This directory building process creates an index that is accessible via a new breed of multi-criteria search engine. More powerful and discriminating than keyword searches, Q-Pact’s “Sector Search” will permit pin point access to company web sites. Multiple criteria searches can be carried out using actual company name, trade names, brand names, acronyms, geographic location, industry, trade organization membership, parent company name, and a host of other criteria possibilities …and there are no added charges for such linking.

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IV. The Q-Pact Software Library

TENTATIVE SUPPORTING SOFTWARE
ON-LINE SUBSCRIBER TOOL Q-PACT PROFILER

ON-LINE SUBSCRIBER TOOL Q-PACT DATA ASSISTANT

DOWNLOADED SUBSCRIBER TOOL Q-PACT INFORMATION MGR..

ON-LINE SEARCH ENGINE SECTOR SEARCH

DOWNLOADED VISITOR TOOL SECTOR DATA PROBE

DOWNLOADED VISITOR TOOL SECTOR RESEARCH ASSISTANT

 

HOUSE SOFTWARE Q-PACT INDEX MAKER

HOUSE SOFTWARE Q-PACT DIRECTORY MAKER

HOUSE SOFTWARE Q-PACT TEMPLATE MAKER

HOUSE SOFTWARE Q-PACT CORE SERVICES SYSTEM

HOUSE SOFTWARE Q-PACT MASTER THESAURUS

 

 

Working the Web

Q-Pact: Active Data… Direct Access Information
Taking the idea of “working the web” one step further, Q-Pact users can retrieve information from other subscriber sites without downloading the sites’ web pages. Because Q-Pacts facilitate uniform data and data identity, users can request Q-Pact Data and receive it in the background of their current session.
3. Q-Pact Active Data Pods
It is not uncommon for pact subscribers to require information exchange with palm or other hand held digital devices. This type of exchange is defined by the pact and facilitated by the Q-Pact Data Assistant.
4. Q-Pact: The Data Assistant
We make the distinction between data and multimedia content. Multimedia comes in files that can be stored behind or in front of the subscriber’s firewall. Data is meant to be stored in a data base and selectively distributed to the site visitor/user. Q-Pact provides a 3rd party database as a functional part of the Uniform Access Pages installation. The Q-Pact Data Assistant (software) provides standard and pact specific data templates and permits the subscriber to maintain the data in the 3rd party data base. The Data Assistant also provides the ability to link Q-Pact Data Templates to the subscriber’s own data bases anywhere on the subscribers network.
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