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Thursday, March 24, 2011

Development Hell

Posted by: Jared Serfozo
Are you stuck in Development Hell? Itís full of third party plug-ins, custom programming, and developers trying to patch things together. Sometimes itís hard to realize if youíre stuck there, especially if youíre background is non-technical. Here are some things to look for:
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Tuesday, March 8, 2011

The Importance of Weekly Training

Posted by: Jared Serfozo
Does your Content Management System provider offer weekly trainings to keep you and your clients up to date on the latest developments and features? Doctors read the latest medical journals, stock brokers stay up to date on the market, and so should you be keeping up with your CMS.
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Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Advertise on Facebook

Posted by: Jared Serfozo

Facebook Advertisments are a great way to increase traffic to your site, test a product idea or service, and gather feedback on your target market. If you have 10 minutes and a modest budget, you can create a Facebook Ad.

For those of you who have experience with pay per click advertising and online marketing, you will appreciate the simplicity of creating a Facebook Ad, which you can do in three very simple steps.

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Monday, January 31, 2011

How Online Polls Increase Traffic

Posted by: Jared Serfozo
Most businesses use their websites as one-way communication tools by only publishing information about their businesses. While this is great to inform people of the products and services you offer, it doesnít engage them. Establishing a dialogue between your business and your clients is a great way to get interactivity from people and understand what your customers are interested in. Online polls are one way to create that dialogue, engage visitors in two-way communication and increase traffic to your website.
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Thursday, January 13, 2011

What Are Human-Readable URLs?

Posted by: Jared Serfozo
Ever tried to email someone a URL that stretches into hundreds of characters? Not only is it annoying for you and that person, but it diminishes the chances of that person actually visiting the site. No one likes long URLs. In fact, people dislike long URLs so much there are hundreds of services whose sole purpose is to shorten URLs and make them legible and easier for people to understand.
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