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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Choosing an Autoresponder Service or Software

April 20, 2013

Ah technology. It’s such a great thing, but sometimes can be frustrating to figure out what exactly we need and then how to use it. Let’s explore some of your options when it comes to email marketing and hopefully things will become a bit clearer. As your mailing list grows, it should quickly become apparent more »

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Why Email Marketing is Important for Businesses

April 19, 2013

I promised to be back and here we are, with possibly the most important discussion about why email marketing is important for business. Let’s get right into that. Facebook, Twitter and other social media outlets have certainly become important avenues for online marketing campaigns, but good old fashioned email marketing still holds a great deal more »

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Meet Andy Johnston, Our New Guest Blogger

April 18, 2013

If there’s one thing for certain, email still makes the online world go around. Despite the doom and gloom many have predicted for email with innovations like RSS and social media, email still rules the day. It’s a crucial marketing medium for the success of any online business (or any business at all), so I’ve more »

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Making Money Online

April 10, 2013
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I have decided to finally to put forth a serious attempt at making money online.  Over the last year I have listened to about 25 different “MMO Gurus”. Each have their own form of making money online. Some are programs that teach you how to set up a website

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Gov. Jindal Plan Could Cost 10,000 Film Jobs in LA

March 16, 2013
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From Will French, President LFEALouisiana Film & Entertainment Association Dear LFEA Members, Yesterday, Gov. Jindal announced a plan to scale back the motion picture tax credit program by, among other things, imposing a salary cap of $1 million for above-the-line individuals (i.e., cast members). While we recognize that some efficiencies can be obtained through structuring more »

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Google Glass Banned!

March 10, 2013
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From CNET. Google Glass won’t be available to consumers for months, but there’s at least one Seattle bar where the eyewear will not be welcome. The 5 Point, a self-described dive bar in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood, posted a notice to its Facebook page this week telling Glass Explorers looking to grab a pint that they will need more »

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