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Writing a blog requires a great deal of attention and tenacity to detail. The plugins I utilize are a reflection of my readers. The reader is the priority. For instance, if you notice that your blog load time has become slow as a result of cut and paste code in a widget, or a poorly designed plugin Read More

10 Ways your website is like a hot tub 

10 Ways your website is like a hot tub  - https://www.hottubcoverscanada.ca Avatar Posted by amabaie under Online Marketing
From https://www.hottubcoverscanada.ca 4905 days ago
Made Hot by: clickfire on February 9, 2011 3:21 am
Comparing a website to a hot tub may not be everyone’s instant metaphor, but it’s pretty appropriate. Any website owner who’s been online for a while will appreciate some of the similarities. From SEO to basic maintenance, there really are similarities. Read More

Website Monitoring Escalation – InfoGraphic

Website Monitoring Escalation – InfoGraphic  - http://www.dotcom-monitor.com Avatar Posted by amabaie under Technology
From http://www.dotcom-monitor.com 4911 days ago
Made Hot by: alastair on February 3, 2011 10:56 pm
Graphical display of the various levels of website monitoring that are used to keep ensure that a website is open for business. Read More

Seven keys to successful blogging

Seven keys to successful blogging  - http://jerodkillick.com Avatar Posted by amabaie under Online Marketing
From http://jerodkillick.com 4918 days ago
Made Hot by: BIZvoter on January 27, 2011 5:08 pm
The blogger has become a ubiquitous part of the media world. Learning how to blog successfully takes time, lots of effort, and being patient with trial and error. However, I keep coming back to the format as it is exciting to be be a part of the news media revolution. Outlined is seven keys to su Read More
A few weeks ago, I stumbled across a new blog about blogging by Tristan Higbee. At first I thought that another blog about blogging is hardly remarkable. But then... Read More
Starbucks Corp., the world's biggest coffee chain, unveiled a new logo on Wednesday that omits its name and the word "coffee," infuriating loyal customers. Off to a rocky start, but will this be a smart move in the log run? Read More
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