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How Much Should a Person Tweet?

I have been monitoring some bigger blogs twitter accounts to try and see how much they tweet, some of them have a schedule of say 1 per hour or 1 every 2 hours. Then you have others that don’t tweet through out the day and within one hour has 15+

4 Quick Tips on Increasing Your Blog Traffic

This is a topic that doesn’t really have solid answers and what works for some doesn’t always work for others. A example that I can state is that I find it hard to get articles popular on Digg, whilst others post it and its there. These tips that I will

15% Discount on Markup Services from PixelCrayons

Independance day is here and because of the occasion, PixelCrayons have decided to offer a 15% discount on their markup services. Starting Today July 1st and ending on the 7th of July you will receive a 15% discount for markup services from PixelCrayons. You will have to use their coupon

3 Things You Have To Do Right Now

In this post we will be talking about 3 serious tasks that you have to complete right now. These tasks aren’t specifically targeted at a certain job, but at everyone as a matter of fact. These 3 things are very important to business people and freelancers. Keeping yourself on top

Practical Tips for Multilingual Website Design

English might be the dominant online language for the time being, but that’s changing fast – right now there are over 1.3 billion people online for whom English is not their first language (Internetworldstats.com). Taking that into account, along with research that shows 85% of online consumers will only buy

Do you have a To-Do-List?

Most people have a diary to schedule their tasks that they have to complete on a certain day or time. In that case they have a To-Do-List that helps them keep things organized and stay on track. Designers are usually very organized when it comes to clients and meetings and

Degree or No Degree, that is the Question?

This topic relates to something that has been widely discussed for the last couple of years I presume. The question is, Degree or No Degree? Myself being a self taught Artist has led me do ditch any form of studying to obtain a degree or diploma, personally I think of