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How to build a Facebook Page

... enter the basic information for your organization, then click Get Started. Step 3: The setup form will appear. Enter the requested information, then follow the steps to create your Facebook page. The ...

10 Things Every Client Should Know

... and prospective clients.  Your website will need to have something to offer visitors to keep them coming back. #10 Your website will need to change… often More people use the Web as an information ...

9 Things Any Web Developer Should Know

... easily locate the desired information. Or it doesn’t. Navigations made up of Flash or JavaScript/DHTML may seem attractive at first, but ultimately can cripple a website by not allowing search engines ...

The Future of DOCTYPEs

... l means go right ahead), but it does mean you should occasionally check up on what's new in the Web design community. A great way to stay up to date is to find Websites you like that provide the informa ...

Number 1 Rule: Keep it simple

... t gratification." The Web is becoming faster and filled with more and more information every day. Users have the freedom to pick and choose whatever medium best suits their needs the fastest, and you c ...

Spam, Scams, and Everything in Between

... ctually a virus that can steal your personal information. What You Can Do: Don't open emails with attachments you aren't expecting.  Legit companies won't do this. #3: Investment Pump & Dump The  ...

Facebook Business Page

... ur website address Basic information about your company such as your mission statement, company contact info, and a detailed description of what your page is for. Images such as Logo, Header Banner,  ...

Eight Steps to protect your website from hackers

...  They break into  innocent websites and use them to infect the sites visitors with malware, lure them to dodgy sites, and infiltrate your databases to grab sensitive customer information.  Luckily there ...

Free Digital Marketing Strategy

... want to put into your marketing.  You can start smaller at $600 a month (monthly retainer) and re-evaluate after you get some information from analytics but keep in mind that this will slow down your timeline ...

The Goals of Copyright Law

The goals of Copyright Law, The basic goal of copyright Law is improve our society by encouraging creativity, the spreading of information, and the development of knowledge. Would the goals of ...

Logo Design Process

... of the brand identity and logo • Define the clients personality • Research Clients Competition Write a Situation Analysis • Reiterate information gathered through evaluation • State Needs/Objectives ...

Case Study: Usability Comparison

...  #7 Make links to detailed information obvious and different than links to general information or categories. #8 don't use the work links to describe links, make them stand out visually by underlinin ...

Case Study: Business to Consumer Model

... ting information, special offers and coupons! These emails are meant to entice the customer to return to the site at a later date.  ...

Scoping a Project

... t. Why is this step so important?  One of the most impacting reasons for problems down the road results from unclear information gathered in initial meetings with the client. If the interviewer does  ...

The Pros and Cons of using cookies

What is cookie? No we aren't talking about chocolate chip cookies. A cookie is a small text file stored on your computer. Cookies are primarily used by websites to keep track of visitors user informatio ...

Web Nerd Terminology

...  at, only specially configured to deliver information to other computers asking for it. Even though any computer could technically be a server, far more commonly people purchase server functionality fro ...

How to be a GREAT client

... to avoid becoming on those terrible client horror stories.. Be Prompt For us here at Creative Webolutions, Content and information are the building block we need to do our job. Prompt responses to ...

The most important components in an online sale process

There are five components in the online sales process. Information sharing, ordering, payment, fulfillment and service and support. As a consumer myself who shops both Online and at "brick and mortar" stores ...

The impact of the internet on education

...  can now use computers for e-mail, file sharing, completing group projects, and sharing on-line databases. Several students could work together and electronically share information with the other grou ...
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