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How to set up Zoho Mail

Zoho provides a combination of clean, ad-free, minimalist interface and power features geared for business and professional use. Zoho also offers several free services, including 25 free mailboxes. But if you want more there are three other plans available:   If you are interested in creating a free account, here it is what you need […]

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Deprecated Facebook Like Box / “Page Plugin”

Facebook is changing the way users can employ the “Like Box Widget”. I have no idea why – it’s yet another change to their code that makes us developers and website owners jump through extra hoops. The Like Box is deprecated and will stop working on June 23rd, 2015. The bad news was that this new “Page Plugin” version […]

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Comparing SEO Tracking Tools: free alternatives to AuthorityLabs

Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of affecting the visibility of a website or a web page in a search engine’s unpaid results. If your site is higher ranked on the SERP (search engine results page) it will generally get more visitors, more ad views, more sales etc. Many businesses target a lot of keywords […]

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WordPress Popover options and ways to make them less annoying

I have many clients who find that their email list is their most important marketing tool. If someone allows you to message then in their email inbox you have a great opportunity to communicate your ongoing brand messages. The most sophisticated solution requires a member log-in system so the website can know who has signed up already. […]

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PressThis 2.0 › WordPress 4.2 “Powell”

Really excited about the new “Press This” in WordPress 4.2 – just released today. Here’s how it look (and a “meta” screenshot of me making this post). But I found a bug already – dragging an image into the browser uploads to media library but “add to post” button doesn’t actually add it to the […]

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Scam alert – web designers targeted – hearing impaired wants agroamerica site

First read the Forum post here: http://www.graphicdesignforum.com/forum/forum/graphic-design/general/1584508-scam-alert Ultimately, he wanted to send me the amount of the project plus an additional $2700 which I was then to pay his content manager. Post any online classified ad and you’ll get a bunch of quick replies from people “interested in your item” they all use this we’ll send […]

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Notes from WooConf 2014

WooConf was full of interesting talks and it was great to meet up with Woo-enthusiasts… I liked that part of the presentations were technical and part were marketing driven – my goal is to help my small business ecommerce clients understand how to use marketing tools to optimize the performance of the websites I build for them. I’m […]

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Creative WordPress Archive Pages – Posts in Grids

I use “Snazzy” Archives (wp.org page) and you can view mine but it is more interesting when you go back in time to view months where I have more posts. It has not been updated in a while but it still works great. Another great option is the JetPack Infinite Scroll + Masonry and some detailed notes on making a […]

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Notes on WordPress 4.0 – “evolutionary”

Evolutionary but not revolutionary. It’s a big new number but a “regular” number of new features—some really useful, however. The other good news is that fewer big changes means fewer chances of breakage while updating. WordPress 4.0 “Benny” has been released today. Here’s the intro video   Features new media library uses space more effectively: […]

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How to remove a Google account from “Choose an account” page list

Here’s a quick tip on something very simple that I could not figure out for the longest time. One of those bugs that was somehow thought to be a feature at some point in the development process over at Google. Too busy not doing evil, I guess… The graphic above is very straightforward and familiar […]

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