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Do You Have The Right To Critique Another Designer’s Work?

Do You Have The Right To Critique Another Designer’s Work?

I don’t think I really have to go over the old saying about everyone having an opinion because we know everyone does. If we didn’t, clothing would be one style and one color and if my nephew had a choice, it would all be yellow. Well, while we all shake...

Using Blogs to Promote Your Online Marketing

Using Blogs to Promote Your Online Marketing

With all of the excitement and newness of social media, is it still important to have your own blog? Absolutely! Blogs are very much alive and doing better than ever. After reading this article, you’ll understand that your blog is not only an integral part of your social media marketing...

10 Areas to Review Before Launching Your Website

10 Areas to Review Before Launching Your Website

After designing a website, you verify that the CMS is working perfectly, all content has been added, and your senior management is satisfied with the results. That’s it, right? You can now launch the site. But is it enough? Actually, no! As a designer you need to undergo a complete...

Freelancers Hiring Freelancers: A Case Study

Freelancers Hiring Freelancers: A Case Study

Freelancing is a wonderful activity and many people are simply happy with the statute of freelancer. The most intriguing aspect of this “job” (I consider a freelancer as a full time employee) is the fact that the beginning is extremely difficult but once the first project is taken and finished...

Social Media & Security Risk

Social Media & Security Risk

Social media is the two way communication in Web 2.0 and it means to communicate / share / interact with an individual or with a large audience. Social media marketing and social networking have now become an essential part of brand management planning for an organization. Social networking websites are...

New Google Analytics Social Reporting Tool Explained

New Google Analytics Social Reporting Tool Explained

Website Designers and Website Developers are always on the lookout for new software and website tools to either improve your own website, or to help guide your clients. In today’s environment, with technology development speeding up as quickly as it is, it’s sometimes harder to sort through all of the...

Boost Your Website’s Ranking With Proper SEO

Boost Your Website’s Ranking With Proper SEO

You may surely know what a search engine is. But do you know how it actually works? And what are the secrets of websites ranking that everybody is not aware of! Working of a search engine is not very simple. There are a lot of elements and components involved in...

Why and How to Write an E-Book

Why and How to Write an E-Book

Nowadays, it is simpler than ever to be old-fashioned. Nope, I am pretty sure that you don’t want to be an outdated designer but this is the cruel reality. Take my example, I have been guest blogging for three years now and, until a few months ago, I disregarded the...

How to Incorporate Third Party Ads into Pinterest Promotions

How to Incorporate Third Party Ads into Pinterest Promotions

Magazines are still a potent force for advertising and communicating information, and with the arrival of Pinterest, magazines are finding a new venue for engaging readers and reasserting their relevance in the marketplace. The challenge for many magazines, and brands in general, has been figuring out how to monetize online...

What You Need to Know About the Google Panda and Google Penguin Algorithms

What You Need to Know About the Google Panda and Google Penguin Algorithms

No, this is not an article about a Zoo that Google has purchased… In fact, I’m sure most of you know all that you want to know about Google Panda and Google Penguin, two new algorithms that have turned Google Search Results upside down over the past year and a...

Secrets of Increasing Web Traffic on Your Blog

Secrets of Increasing Web Traffic on Your Blog

So the very first question which comes in mind is “What Is Web Traffic?” – Web traffic is the amount of data sent and received by visitors to a website. It makes up a large portion of Internet traffic, and it is determined by the number of visitors and the...

How to Work Less and Earn More as a Freelancer

How to Work Less and Earn More as a Freelancer

Freelancing is becoming increasingly popular as a career option. Freelancers complete projects or tasks for employers on a temporary basis as governed by a contract or agreement. A freelancer works from their own home and on their own flexible time. Thanks to this flexible feature, freelancing has become very popular...

Become an Authority on Website Design & Website Development by Creating an Online Magazine

Become an Authority on Website Design & Website Development by Creating an Online Magazine

One of the biggest keys to marketing your products and services is how you’re perceived by the market place in regards to how well you understand your chosen field. What I mean by that is, most successful organizations and individuals have worked to build certain credibility among their target audience...

Interviewing Secrets They Don’t Write About: Part 2 – The Intellectual Part

Interviewing Secrets They Don’t Write About: Part 2 – The Intellectual Part

In part one of this article we discussed the physical part of interviewing. Running all over a company building, meeting a dozen people, keeping your appearance clean and presentable and other considerations that depend on your stamina and ability to keep prim and proper but the really difficult part of...

How to Use Google Alerts to Provide You with Blog Content

How to Use Google Alerts to Provide You with Blog Content

In an earlier article I wrote about the importance of blog planning to help make sure you are producing quality blog articles on a consistent basis. That article received a lot of quality comments, as well as, provoked some interesting social media discussions. That’s exactly what you want to happen...