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Tips to get your business blog rolling along

One thing that you hear often on various “make your business website better” web sites, is that to get traffic to your website, you should keep your content fresh, and keep it interesting. That is so others link to it. Great for search rankings too. But… yeah, you have to actually write things. Here are a few guidelines to help you out Regularity. You need to be consistent. It can be daily, weekly, or even monthly. The important thing is…

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20 Creative Footer Designs for Awesome Websites

Who said website footers have to be boring? Yes, that’s the place where you just add your copyright info, some social icons and maybe a couple of links and your sitemap. Also, that’s the place where most people don’t even look at, but if you know how to make it special and integrate it in your design, it can be quite an asset! That is why we selected today 20 examples of creative footer designs, all belonging…

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More Examples of Beautiful & Creative Signage – From up North

Designing effective signage that instantly grabs ones attention can be a tricky task. Especially in a city centre where there is an abundance of stuff screaming for attention. As a designer I just love it when companies and organizations invest in some outside of the box thinking. It might be doing the sign in a new creative way or just making sure that it’s unique and beautiful. In today’s inspiration gallery I’ve put together 32 new signs that I’ve come…

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This ‘Swim Reaper’ Instagram Account Is Absolute Gold

We all follow at least one person on Instagram who seems to spend their entire life on the beach, but you probably aren’t following ‘The Swim Reaper’ yet. He’s basically the Grim Reaper’s beach-loving cousin who can always be found snapping lit summer pics and waiting for dimwitted swimmers to make fatal mistakes in the water. It may sound morbid, but it’s meant to send a pretty important message. ‘The Swim Reaper’ is actually an interactive public service announcement launched…

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Picturing Prince: Rare and intimate photographs of the flamboyant star by Steve Parke

Picturing Prince: Photographs by Steve Parke is a new exhibition at Proud Galleries in London, showcasing rare and intimate prints to coincide with the recent launch of Parke’s acclaimed photobook. The show will reveal the unique collaboration between artist and art director while illustrating Prince’s flamboyant persona and playful characteristics, culminated in an image of gender fluidity and sexual expression. Prince and Parke met in the late ’80s at the artist’s renowned private estate and recording studio, Paisley Park, described…

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Your First PHP Code — SitePoint

The following is a short extract from our new book, PHP & MySQL: Novice to Ninja, 6th Edition, written by Tom Butler and Kevin Yank. It’s the ultimate beginner’s guide to PHP. SitePoint Premium members get access with their membership, or you can buy a copy in stores worldwide. Now that you have your virtual server up and running, it’s time to write your first PHP script. PHP is a server-side language. This concept may be a little difficult to…

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Webinar recap: How to align learning with company goals

Last week, we hosted the second in our four part webinar series covering how to create effective technical training programs. In this installment, Julie Menge, Treehouse’s HR Generalist, and Emily Schweiss, our Head of Organizational Sales, discussed how to align learning with company goals. If you couldn’t make it to the webinar, don’t worry – you can catch the recording of it here. Defining what success looks like for your training program is an integral part of the planning process…

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How Automating Your Service Desk Process Can Benefit Your Business | Articles

There’s a sad fact about some small and medium-sized business enterprises today: many still rely on manual processing when it comes to the assignment of tickets, which, more often than not, leads to immense delays when it comes to handling customer requests. Such manual processing also results in documentation which is incomplete, requests that become lost, and even poor or bad communication with the end user regarding the status of their issue. When businesses continue to rely on manual processes,…

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10 mind-blowing pumpkin carvings | Creative Bloq

Love it or hate it, Halloween is well and truly here. It’s the time of year where thousands of young ‘uns (and not-so-young ‘uns) dress up as their favourite scary character and pumpkins adorn homes across the world. But not all pumpkin carvings are created equal – and these examples of creative pumpkin designs have truly blown our minds. 01. Pennywise Tim Curry’s original Pennywise While there may be a new Pennywise in town these days, Ben Angotti (and friends…

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How To Become a Better Web Designer

Step to Becoming a Better Web Designer Becoming a Web Designer is about more than Learning HTML Code or WYSIWYG Tools. It’s not about your favorite app or editor. Checkout More Graphic Design Videos: At it’s core Web Design is about building a Website that has to perform a task. That might me the Website has to sell a product or service or market and idea. Your clients can’t afford for you to be romantic and caught up in your…

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