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What Will The Next Generation Of Aspiring Entrepreneurs Look Like?

The next cohort after millennials, Gen Z were born after 1998 and are children of Gen X. This means that they have grown up in a world where social media, smartphones and the internet have always played a part in their everyday lives, and as a result, it’s fair to say that they understand digital […]

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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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5 Reasons to Use Numbers in Post Titles

You hear the advice all the time – “post top 10 lists”, “post a comparison list”, and so on. Why? Because it absolutely works. Let’s see why…. 1. People Like Numbers and Lists You do it, don’t you? Create a “to do” list? You think of something that you need to do, but you can’t […]

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Search Engine Spiders – Optimization

We will take a look at SEO in the following article. It is a good place to start if you are new to the subject. There is a lot more information available for those that want to make a more detailed study.Tips to Help You Optimize Your Website Different PlacesIncreasing your visibility is the best […]

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New York Skyline

One of the biggest problems that web designers have is the inability to look beyond their creativity to the functionality of their site. You often see pages that will blow a persons mind but they are of little use to the visitor, the person the site is being designed for. Your goal with a site […]

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A PLR Experiment

I am going to do an experiment. I’m going to submit a bunch of web hosting PLR articles I picked up from Jon Leger’s Thrifty Content – 75 newly created in all (for Web Hosting). I want to kinda monitor how they are spidered and indexed. (By the Way, Thrifty Content is a great way […]

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YouTube Idea

I’ve decided to make this more of a personal blog – kind of a window into my life. Not too specific, there’s still a lot I don’t want to reveal. More of a “working journal” to keep me on track, patterned a bit after the success of Pat Flynn here. Today for the Crookham project […]

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Hallelujah Song by Leonard Cohen

For whatever reason this song came up on a couple internet searches I did, and I decided to look into it further. Upon reading the information at Wikipedia, I was surprised to learn that Leonard Cohen wrote over 80 verses. The verses we’re familiar with are the ones he eventually settled on. The song must […]

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