7 Great Tips for Attracting New Clients

Posted in Web Design4 years ago • Written by 12 Comments

At various point of running our businesses as designers we need to find ways of attracting new clients. This could be because we’re having a dry period, recently after we’ve started up the business, – or because we have spare time due to loosing current projects. The reasons for needing new clients can be many and the ways to get more of them are numerous.

In this article we’ll give you some simple ideas on what you can do. There are tips here for both freelancers and business owners.

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Awesome Tips for Designing Perfect Web Typography

Posted in Web Design4 years ago • Written by 26 Comments

When it comes to web design it seems typography is the one area often left out of the loop. This is ironic in a sense as typography is what truly powers the web. What are websites without any content, after all?

As the web has advanced we have seen trends in web design rise and fall. Today I’ll be going over some of the most common typography tips for designers and how you can apply these to your current web projects.

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A Complete Beginner’s Guide to Zend Framework: First Steps

Posted in Tutorials, Web Design4 years ago • Written by 25 Comments

You’ve been still tormenting and write-ins of the same type in the n-times for the site? You do what has been done for you and try to divide the project design from the code? Looking for realization of the necessary functions in questionable forums? If you answered “yes” one of these questions, so this article is definitely for you. There I will tell you about the powerful free framework (Content Managment Framework), if you learn it you will not only save time for the design, but also rtake the quality of your work to a much higher level. So, let’s sit comfortably and read my first article of the series “Learning to work with Zend Framework”.

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How to Get Started in Getting More Links to Your Website

Posted in Web Design4 years ago • Written by 24 Comments

Ever heard of the 80/20 rule? It’s about the trivial many (80%) and the vital few (20%), the trivial many that bring small results and vital few that bring most of the results. Guess where link building belong in the overall search engine optimization game? Link building a vital thing to do if you want to stay competitive in the search engines. There are many ways to get links (natural and non-natural ways), and I will outline some ways to get started below.

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Creating Your Own CMS Part 1 – Secure Login

Posted in Tutorials, Web Design4 years ago • Written by 39 Comments

Have you ever built a site to realize it is a pain to manage? There are a lot of CMS options out there but some of them cost money, some are hard to learn, some your hosting company might not support, and well sometimes they just don’t have everything thing that you want. So today I am going to start to teach you how to create your own simple CMS. Today I will get into how you can find a design and get your secure login setup. This will be a series of blogs but to be honest I am not sure how advanced I will be going. If I wanted to spill it all and tell you how to build the CMS that my company uses then it might take a few blogs.

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Things And Tools To Consider When Analyzing Competitors

Posted in Web Design4 years ago • Written by 9 Comments

Being secured in your online business is not all about setting up your defenses but also by analyzing your competitors. Keeping track of what services they offer work for them and how they bring people into their site will provide a good overview of how to improve your business. No matter how they hide their trails, there will always be tools that will let you analyze and track your competitors.

Ready for research? Let’s start right now!

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Learn How To build Killer Squidoo Lens For Website Promotion

Posted in Web Design4 years ago • Written by 17 Comments

Most of the internet marketers will probably know about Squidoo. If it’s the first time you heard of it, then you would likely be new to internet marketing.

Squidoo is a fast growing website that allows ordinary people to build their own pages with unique themes. The page is called “lens”, and each user is called a “lensmaster.” Squidoo is also a community where you can post your ads and can even share your profit to other ads like google ads and amazon ads by posting their ads to your page for related sources. You can custom your post the way you want it to appear on the page by just basic clicks and simple text typing. Squidoo is also known for building link wheels which is a good method of driving traffic to a site.

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Getting Started With MySQL DB and PHP with PHPMyAdmin

Posted in Tutorials, Web Design4 years ago • Written by 15 Comments

Today I am going to show you how to get a new database setup with PHP/MySQL using PHPMyAdmin. For those of you who don’t know PHPMyAdmin is a great free tool to help you manage your databases. If you use cpanel or anything you have probably already seen/used it.

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Tips and Examples For Writing Interesting Author Bio For Blogs

Posted in Web Design4 years ago • Written by 16 Comments

Author bio is short introduction about the author who have written the post. Good author bio is always useful in many ways like if you are regularly guest blogging it may divert good number of traffic to your blog which will earn you regular readers for your blog  or will get you loyal twitter followers.

There are so no such guidelines you need to follow while writing author bio, but it is useful if you follow some basic steps to get more out of your author bio information.

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12 Creative Design Ideas That Went Viral (And The Lessons You Can Learn)

Posted in Web Design4 years ago • Written by 11 Comments

In this post I’ll feature some web designs that went viral on StumbleUpon/Digg/other social media sites and the lessons you can learn from them. As you browse the designs, I’m pretty sure you’ll find some common patterns I overlooked. If you see that, let me know in the comments :) For now, let’s get started.

One more thing before we start. The lessons I’ll share are just principles and observations that come from my 3+ experience in viral marketing and getting over a million people to my websites. Feel free to disagree with some of the principles and let me know why in the comments below. Now, let’s REALLY get started :)

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