Responsive Wordpress Themes

More and more potential clients are using smart phones to to try to find you on the Internet. It is very important that we don’t cause them to turn away because our website is different to what everybody else on the Interwebs sees.

If you are planning to build a website make sure that it is 100% responsive. Wikipedia defines it like this:

Responsive Web design (RWD) is a Web design approach aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices (from mobile phones to desktop computer monitors).[1][2][3]

A site designed with RWD[1][4] adapts the layout to the viewing environment by using fluid, proportion-based grids,[5] flexible images,[6][7][8][9] and CSS3 media queries,[3][10][11] an extension of the @media rule.

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Psychology of Color

Do you ever think that color have an important role in marketing? This infographic show some statistics as to why color does play a role and some basic colors and psychological relationships with the view. There are also some examples of each.

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Ever wondered what you should do after you make a blog post? Well, here are 30 things you could do to start.



10 Twitter Mistakes You Make in Real Life

June 3, 2013

From By Daniel Zeevi | Jun 03, 2013 | We tend to get so wrapped up in what we do, consumed by our love for social media, that the mistakes we make on Twitter can carry over to our real lives. You don’t believe that Twitter has much to do with your own life? Well, how long are you on it more »

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You Have to Work at Email Marketing Success

April 28, 2013

If there’s one thing that’s become clear, it’s that email marketing takes work, but it’s very much worth it. Your email list is an invaluable asset to your business that allows you to stay in touch with your target market, send them commercial offers and to cement a loyal relationship from them. It’s also an more »

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Eight Email Conversion Tips or How to Sell More Stuff

April 27, 2013

We’re now to the point in our discussions where we’re ready to talk about improving your conversion rate; that is, how to get as many of your prospects to become paying customers. Here are eight tips for keeping your conversion rate high. 1. Maintain Multiple Lists Depending on what mailing list or autoresponder service you more »

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Engaging Your Readers and Delivering Exactly What They Want

April 26, 2013

Now that you’ve built up your mailing list, you’ve got to deliver on the promises you made to the individuals who signed up. These promises consist of both the promises you explicitly made (“sign up and I’ll email you a free report”), as well as the implicit promise you made to provide them with information more »

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Eight Surefire Ways to Grow Your Mailing List

April 25, 2013

It’s safe to say that the bigger your mailing list is, the better. Having a robust list gives you more opportunities to sell and to build your reputation. Here are 8 sure-fire tips for growing your list: 1. Prioritize Building Your Mailing List Make sure you’re putting at least as much effort into building your more »

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The Importance of the Opt In or Squeeze Page and What it Should Include

April 24, 2013

If you’re new to email marketing then you’ll probably need to learn some new terms and concepts. One important concept is that of the “squeeze page,” also known as an “opt-in page”. A squeeze page is a page on your website that exists for the specific purpose of getting a reader to give you their more »

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Your First Steps to Setting up a Mailing List

April 23, 2013

For many businesses, their email marketing lists can be the single most valuable asset they own. Here are some tips for helping you get your first mailing list up and running. Select Your Service Provider The first step in setting up a new mailing list is to make sure you have the infrastructure in place more »

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