Month: December 2011


Mind Blowing Book Sculptures by Guy Laramee

So this is what we do with literature now that we have e-readers? Just kidding. Most people read books on a regular basis, we gain knowledge and obtain lessons that might be applied to our own life in the near future. Designer Guy Laramee has a different viewpoint on paper. He uses those think and heavy…

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How To Improve Your Business Online (Self SEO Tips)

As the Internet technology advances, more and more business owners realize that the online market is offering great options for business improvement. If you want to achieve better brand acceptance and spread the brand name worldwide – then online marketing is your answer. If you are not familiar with the term SEO (Search Engine Optimization),…

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4 Free Yahoo Web Development Tools that Save Time/Money

You value your time, so when free tools come along that can save you hours of coding and debugging, it's a pretty big deal. Here are four free Yahoo! Web Development tools you need to know about. They'll definitely speed up the website development process. 1. Yslow And, since we're on the subject of speed, let's…

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Top 5 Places to Find the Best Newsletter Provider

If you are starting to get a good amount of traffic to your site, you might be thinking about incorporating a newsletter. A newsletter is a great way to provide current information, sell products, and handle all of your back end affiliate marketing. Without a newsletter you can be missing out of grabbing some more…

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3 Unique Ways to Use Infographics Beyond “Linkbait”

Infographics are an increasingly popular way to get other sites to link back to your site (“Linkbait”) – which is great for your Search Engine Optimization (SEO) efforts. Infographics can go “viral” because information presented via a well-crafted infographic is often very compelling - both informing and entertaining the audience – and thus it can…

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20 Elegant User Interface Switch Designs

On/off, left/right, up/down, start/stop the list goes on and on. We are naturally used to make these action based decisions on a daily basis. Presently, applications are used like a second nature and are mostly dictated by user interface. User interface design has grown dramatically over the last decade. Software companies are more than ever…

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