Tag Archives: website

Turning the Negative 404 Page into a Positive One

A small problem we’ve all faced online at some point is the 404 page. They appear when you type in a URL that doesn’t exist and you’re quite often directed to a cold, plain and ultimately disappointing page that doesn’t provide you with the information you need and makes you feel, well…quite stupid. Many firms are wising up to this, and any company worth its weight in gold will come up with a helpful, and often amusing page, to keep the potential customer engaged.

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It’s Hard Being The Tech Savvy Friend

Website Builder

If you are the tech savvy friend in your circle of friends then you already know exactly what I'm talking about. As the "one with knowledge" you become the instant go to guy. Sure, other friends have this problem as real estate agents and doctors but people tend to break their computers and want tech advice far more often than they want to buy a new house or has a mysterious rash seen to.

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Increasing The Visibility Of Your Website

Website Promotion

Building a website is just one part of the bigger picture when it comes to increasing the visibility of your website. Once you have made the decision that your company needs a website, after hiring a web developer and web designer, there are still a number of things that you need to do to make a website work for you.

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Mark Zuckerberg’s Original FaceMash.com For Sale

Before there was Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg created its ancestral prototype FaceMash, built from his Harvard dorm room in one October night in 2003. Eventually FaceMash evolved into what is now known as Facebook, but FaceMash will always hold a piece of social networking history. Now, anyone with a barrel of cash to spare can purchase FaceMash.com for themselves. The URL ...

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Last Pic Standing: One Site, One Image That Anyone Can Change

An image speaks a thousand words. That’s the premise that this website thrives on. LastPicStanding.com is a new breed of social interaction. Total silent anonymity. Well, except for your IP. But who identifies people by their IP anyway (shifty eyes). The site, at any one time, has one image. The catch is that anyone who visits can change that image ...

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The Human Body in HTML and PHP

You know, websites and the human body aren’t that different when it all comes down to it. We both have a head, we both have a body (some beefier than others) and we both have our spots we’d prefer to be hidden to the general public. You can argue that making a baby is a much more entertaining activity, but ...

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How to Know a Little About a Lot: Trivia Translated into Doodles

Most of us geeks have a thirst for knowledge. I’ve been a trivia hound as long as I can remember and while I’m not an authority on any one topic, I dibble dabble in lots of topics. That’s probably why I’m so in love with infographics. The site Learn Something Every Day takes an interesting nook of trivia everyday and ...

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Stuff You Might Not Have Known About eBay (Infographic)

So much to buy, so little time (and money). eBay launched a revolution of eCommerce which adopted the auction style of buying and selling, providing an equal outlet for both entrepreneurs and people just trying to get rid of the crap in their attic. The amount of business that flows through eBay these days is just overwhelmingly vast. Over $60 ...

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What is the Most Awesomest Thing Ever?

While, for my money, the Internet and boobs are tied for the most awesomest thing ever, I can’t be the judge for everyone, but this website can. The Most Awesomest Thing Ever site uses a head-to-head competition system to try and figure out just what is the most awesomest thing ever. The thing with the most wins is deemed the ...

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