• After the crowdfund, websites of successful Kickstarter campaigns

    Kickstarter has become a huge influencer in the startup space, as well as in the entertainment and arts industries among independent creators. Everything from movie sequels for popular TV shows to potato salad have been funded on the site, along with making a lot of dreams come true for creators and entrepreneurs. But after most […]

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  • Getting The Most Out Of Reddit: 20 Tips, Tricks And Tools

    Reddit bills itself as The Front Page Of The Internet and the title is not without merit, with the site having an Alexa Global Rank within the top 100 and millions of page views in a day. The site boasts an absurd amount of content with users, known as Redditors, posting interesting content hourly. With […]

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  • WordPress and Small Team Source Control

    Whenever I’m in the process of working on something for a client, my usual setup is something like this: Work on the code on my local machine’s development environment Keep the code in source control using GitHub Use Dploy.io to deploy the latest commit to a staging server Repeat until ready to launch Straightforward enough, […]

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  • Disable Default Dashboard Widgets

    Continuing with tips for customizing the WordPress Dashboard, here is a look at one way to remove unwanted widgets and clean up the default WP Dashboard. Using WordPress to build sites like Plugin Planet, it’s usually necessary to customize the Dashboard by removing some default widgets and adding some of my own. No big deal, […]

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  • 4 digital marketing trends to watch in 2014

    Although we are already in the second quarter of the year, there is still plenty of time to adjust your marketing strategy and budget on some key trends in 2014. This very good infographic from our friends and partner at Syndacast sums it up. Content marketing will become increasingly important, therefore, if you are still […]

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  • 14 Ultimate Link-Building Guidelines to Keep Safe in 2014

    Ever wondered how why your website might not be performing as well as you thinks it should be? Technical SEO has become one of the biggest areas where websites can see vast improvements by fixing technical issues. I can create a full technical Audit of your website which will highlight fundamental SEO issues which could […]

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  • How to Find Your WordPress Login URL

    “How do I login to WordPress?” is one of the most popular WordPress question. Beginners often have a hard time finding their WordPress login URL. In this article, we will show you how ot find your WordPress login URL. Why do you need the login URL? The login page is the door between your website […]

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  • 40 Sets of Free Social Media Icons

    653 719 101 127 5175 Designers love free icon sets. Having quality icons can help to make a site’s design look complete, and can also help with the usability of the site. Social media icons are some of the most commonly used icons, especially in blog design. Fortunately, there are a number of free sets […]

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  • 20 Premium Coded WordPress Forms Plugins

    Is your website in need of a premium-coded WordPress form plugin? We’ve got you covered! We selected 20 of the best WordPress forms plugins with awesome features. Here you’ll find forms plugins with contact, PayPal, anti-spam, feedback, support, generator and membership features! These forms plugins will surely help you create perfect, fully functional forms. Here they are. […]

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  • 35 Clever Logo and Branding Typography Concepts

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  • MacBook Pro PSD MockUp

    Awesome PSD freebie of a MacBook Pro to show your projects in a elegant way. Made with smart object to an easy use. The freebie was designed by Viktor Hanacek and you can find the entire set of 21 MacBook iPhone Photo Mock-Ups here Download

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  • Adding Plugin Config Files to WordPress

    Almost everyone who has worked with WordPress has dealt with wp-config.php. I know – there are a lot of managed hosts out there that take care of a lot of this for you – but even though a person may not have directly edited the file, they have definitely interacted with it. For those who […]

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  • Gmail Password Leak Update

    This week, a group of hackers released a list of about 5 million Gmail addresses and passwords. This list was not generated as a result of an exploit of WordPress.com, but since a number of emails on the list matched email addresses associated with WordPress.com accounts, we took steps to protect our users. We downloaded […]

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  • 50 Business Cards That Are Way Too Creative To Ever Throw Away

    Business cards used to be nothing more than plain and simple (and quite frankly, boring) pieces of card with a few contact details on. That was before creatives got involved, though, and completely changed the game. People started to realise the fantastic branding potential behind these little cards. We’ve already seen a number of beautiful […]

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  • 30 Minutes a Day: The Power of Daily Habits in Successful Content Marketing (and Life)

    Ever wondered how why your website might not be performing as well as you thinks it should be? Technical SEO has become one of the biggest areas where websites can see vast improvements by fixing technical issues. I can create a full technical Audit of your website which will highlight fundamental SEO issues which could […]

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  • Authority Intensive: My Thoughts and Presentation

    Photo by @kranderson I just got back from Copyblogger’s first conference, Authority Intensive 2014. What a blast. I walked away with a bunch of actionable items for my website and business, and some new friends. I think there’s two elements that made this the best conference I’ve ever attended: The curation of talks by Brian […]

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  • A List of Free Public CDNs for Web Developers

    Tweet A List of Free Public CDNs for Web Developers Aug 18 2014 by Jacob Gube | No Comments <!–Stumble Bookmark–> Website speed is crucial for developing the best user experience possible, because, well, no one likes to wait for web pages to load. One of the simplest ways for improving the performance of a […]

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  • Indie Tech Summit videos and my talk on Universal Design

    Yesterday we finally published all the videos from the Indie Tech Summit on the ind.ie site. It was a fantastic event, with two days of talking about how we can create sustainable and ethical alternatives to corporate surveillance. The first day was talks and panels, with everyone discussing the problems and their own free and […]

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  • Responsive Logos

    It’s Tuesday which means that the Treehouse Show is back! In episode 106 of The Treehouse Show, Nick (@nickrp) and Jason (@jseifer) talk about Responsive logos, development documentation, responsive images, and more. For a free month’s trial, Join Jason and Nick at http://teamtreehouse.com/show. This Week’s Links Responsive Logos Waves Home DevDocs Dev.Opera — Responsive Images: […]

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  • The Effect of Typography on E-Commerce Conversions

    Creating a thriving eCommerce store is very challenging. It requires a lot of planning, detailed analysis and incisive evaluation to create an online store that delivers profitable returns. Most importantly, it needs to be designed well and should offer a satisfying user experience to its visitors. A poorly designed website can hurt your business badly. […]

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