Blogging and using SEO friendly content

Blogging and using SEO friendly content

If you are blogging on your site, then it pays to think about how your blog will be found by your readers and the best way to write SEO friendly content without compromising your readership. SEO has come a long way since it was popular to pay an SEO expert to optimise...

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Gmail and how to manage your spam

Gmail and how to manage your spam

It seems that in the past few months Google have been tightening up their controls over spam and unwanted/scam email. While this is a good thing as no one likes spam it does mean that you must train your Gmail account to tell it what is definitely not spam and what...

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Typographical twins: 20 perfect font pairings

Contrast, as the name implies, is about finding totally different, but still complementary typefaces that are each fit for their intended application. Traditionally, this involves pairing a serif with a sans serif. Typefaces will generally conflict if they are too...

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The Importance of Visual Content

An very interesting article from The Next Web talking about visual content in web design. A picture is worth a thousand words, and when it comes to capturing your audience's attention, you want to take full advantage of every chance to communicate your message. Short...

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Design Choices Can Cripple a Website

Be aware that however strong the copy and text on a page, its performance is very much dependent on the way in which it is presented. In other words, design choices can enhance or diminish the power of the words. A very interesting read from A List Apart discussing...

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Colour theory and web design

A color circle, based on red, yellow and blue, is traditional in the field of art. Sir Isaac Newton developed the first circular diagram of colors in 1666. Since then, scientists and artists have studied and designed numerous variations of this concept. Differences of...

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How to choose a secure password

A typical password consists of a root plus an appendage. The root isn't necessarily a dictionary word, but it's usually something pronounceable. An appendage is either a suffix (90% of the time) or a prefix (10% of the time). One cracking program I saw started with a...

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