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Has Google Panda Changed Social Media Marketing?

by Deja Tweet Only a few years ago search engine optimization tactics to elevate websites higher on search engine ranking results and attract Internet users to specific sites was based around some extremely dubious practices. These so called SEO ‘black hat’ tactics included articles that were spun, (that is the same article changed slightly and […]

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Videos And Web Design

by Web Designer Video killed the radio star, and now it’s taking aim at text as well. The age-old fear that movies and TV could kill the reading experience may be exaggerated, but it is true that less and less people want to read on the internet. Instead, they want to see it move. With […]

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How To Become A Great Web Designer

by Web Designer There are a couple of things that you should keep in mind before beginning the journey to become a web programmer and designer or planning on entering this kind of work. As you understand, every website you design should look at its best for your clients. Utilize all free space you can […]

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Top 5 Sites for Social Media Marketing

by Deja Tweet Social media is sweeping the internet as the next big and important think when it comes to reaching out to customers and potential customers and improving brand image. Many new social medial sites pop up all the time but they dont always make it in the mainstream. Some of the most profound […]

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Social Media Marketing Advice You Can Trust

by Deja Tweet The power of social media marketing really isn’t clear to anyone until they consider the vast scope that it covers. We are referencing the millions of people that are interconnected through social networks, all of which are potential clientele for whatever product or service you have to offer. Even though Google has […]

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Web Design

by Web Designer In the beginning, sites were minimalistic. When Tim Berners-Lee launched the first ever web site from a lab in the Swiss Alps, he inadvertently stuck to the KISS principle: Keep It Simple Stupid. The site was but a single index page with black text on a white background and a few hyperlinks […]

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Top 10 Google Searches in 2014… and My Take on Them

1. Robin Williams. Born in 1951 and died way too soon. Always one of my favorites (well, the Mork and Mindy days were a bit iffy). My favorite movies from Robin had to be “World According to Garp” and “Dead Poet’s Society“, but I really did like him in just about anything he did. Sure, […]

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How To Go About Starting Your Own Blog

by Guest Blogger Gone are the days of scribbling on notepads and scrap pieces of paper. The age of the journal and locked diaries has long passed. In its stead is the technological substitute – the blog. Originally, blogs were created as personal outlets for creative expression. They were supposed to be virtual works of […]

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Starting A Blog (For Newbies)

by Guest Blogger Blogging has never been more popular. It offers people with limited experience of HTML coding and web design an easy means of creating their own website. There are several blogging platforms available, but for the purpose of this article we will focus on the two most widely used; Blogger and WordPress. When […]

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How to Quickly Adjust Contact Form 7 So It Fits in Your Sidebar

I was working on a website for a friend, and in order to “comply” with best design standards, installed the Contact Form 7 plugin so I could add a highly visible contact form prompt to the sidebar. CF7 performs its duties via a shortcode. So, I added a text widget to the sidebar and copy/pasted […]

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