Category: Blog,Online Marketing

The S.C.L.E.P.A model of Online Marketing

As you may be aware I am a fan of acronyms, I’m also a big fan of blending two words together as well a la George Orwell’s 1984 Doubleplusgood fame, but that’s for another time, today I want to share an acronym with you for how to be successful with your online marketing endeavors.

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Category: Blog,Web Design,Web Development

How WordPress reduces development costs

  Keeping up with the web’s evolution Web development is evolving at a faster pace than ever. Sites used to have to be created using hand written HTML for every page, it was either that or you would have to look for scripts on the internet to help automate a lot of that or hire a developer to develop a custom solution to automate the process. Eventually people started looking for something better. Some started to develop … Read More

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Category: Blog,Graphic Design,Interviews,Web Design

An Interview with freelance Graphic and Web designer – Brad Barrett

Name: Brad Barrett Company: Self-employed Job Title: Freelance Graphic Artist and Web Designer/builder Nationality: Caucasian/American Age: 35 What are your skills: Adobe Master Suite (Photoshop 11.0 CS4 ,Adobe After Effects, and Adobe Dreamweaver) Additionally, HTML, CSS, Java, and PHP. I also enjoy photography, makeup effects, creative and technical writing, oration, online marketing, blues/jazz guitar, and creative consulting. What inspired you to become a graphic designer or did you fall in to it like the rest of us? … Read More

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Category: Blog,Interviews

Interview with CEO of website analysis tool Gazehawk.com – Brian Krausz

With tools like analytics and mouse mappers available, why is it necessary to have a service like this? Analytics tools will tell you where people didn’t click, but they won’t answer *why* they didn’t click there. Is it because your copy isn’t compelling enough, or because the area didn’t jump out enough to get any attention? Mouse mappers may claim to provide these answers, but many people don’t hover over links without clicking. I know I don’t … Read More

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Category: Blog,Tutorials

Setting up a Personal Web Server

As the speed and dependability of the Internet continues to increase, web site design and development can be performed in a variety of environments. Our Advanced Web Development Instructor, Eric Buckley from Web Courses Bangkok walks you through a simple tutorial on setting up a XAMPP Personal Web Server for Website Design on your own PC or laptop computer.

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Category: Blog,Tutorials

Setting up Google Apps

Setting up Google Apps 1. Google Apps for Business (www.google.com /apps)  –>   Standard version 2. Login for Google apps Get Started  –>  Click administrator  –>  Enter your domain name (ex: www.9filmfest.com) fill all the details  –>  login (enter user name for e-mail & password). 3. To activate your account, you need verify that its your own domain. Select upload an HTML file to your website   –>  (create a HTML file called googlehostedservice.html & copy text given … Read More

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