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Generating Revenue With Good Planning

Photo by @lelia_milaya on Twenty20.com For anything to work well, care must be taken to make firm, workable plans to execute it and the same goes for website designs. With a well thought out website design, you will be able to create one that generates multiple streams of revenue for you. In fact, may websites turn into online wasteland because they are not well planned and do not get…

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The Importance of a Sitemap

Photo credit by @ijeab  on Twenty20 A sitemap is often considered redundant in the process of building a website, and that is indeed the fact if you made a sitemap for the sake of having one. By highlighting the importance of having a well constructed sitemap, you will be able to tailor your own it to suit your own needs. 1) Navigation purposes A sitemap literally acts as a…

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What you need from a web host

Photo by @thicha via Twenty20 If you’re like most people, you know very little about the web host. If you have a website, you know a bit more than most people, but the truth is that choosing a web host can seem a bit strange. Luckily, this article has a number of smart tips about web hosting to make your hosting decisions easier. Do not choose a web host…

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How to Answer “What’s in It for Me” in Fifteen Seconds

Photo Credit: By Jopwell On Pexels. CC0 License Fifteen seconds? In direct response marketing, the headline is often considered the most important component of any marketing piece. That’s because it’s the first thing that people read. It’s your first and sometimes only chance to capture your reader’s attention because we only have Fifteen seconds. People who read your headline should instantly be able to tell exactly what your content is…

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How To Create a Viral Infographic

Photo Credit: On Pixabay. CC0 License In technical terms, Illustrator is vector based (lines), while Photoshop is raster based (pixels). Creating an infographic is primarily lines and text, which is much faster in Illustrator. Adding Graphics One of the things that makes infographics really fun to read is the graphics. Use things like pie charts, photos of what you’re talking about and even hand illustrations if you have the artistic…

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