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How to Start Creating the Perfect Website for Your Brand

Congratulations; you’ve put a lot of thought into it, and you’re finally ready to put your company online. You’re not alone; plenty of small businesses in the United States and elsewhere realize the lucrative potential of e-commerce. However, a lot of companies still haven’t committed to representing their brand with a website. In fact, in 2015 only 28% of small businesses in the US were selling their products over the internet. The takeaway here should be obvious: put your business … Continue Reading…

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7 Unique and Long-Term Strategies to Improve Your Brand Identity

Consumers are more likely to buy products from a brand that they recognize. What does this imply if your business does not have sufficient brand recognition? Do you interrupt customers’ buying decision process to draw their attention? That seems like an unusually radical approach, doesn’t it? It’s better if you adopt a long-term approach. Brand building is a journey that you build upon and evolve along with your business. This is easier said than done, mainly due to the fact … Continue Reading…

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3 Ways Web Developers Can Protect Their Intellectual Property

If you’ve been developing websites for any length of time, you’ve probably created some snippets or chunks of reusable code including HTML, CSS, or maybe even classes and modules. If you’re developing on a platform like WordPress or using any kind of template system (like Smarty templates), then having this reusable code is your lifeblood. Without it, your projects would take forever. Because you work so hard to create your code, often spending hours refining it until it’s a usable … Continue Reading…

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What Makes Your Brand Stand Out in 2016?

A brand is the direct reflection of your business, its purpose and its existence. Yes, definitely it’s existence. Imagine an Adidas shoe, preferably a high-end one. Now picture it without the Adidas logo or the name. Are you going to be convinced by the built-quality, shape and fabric of the shoe and make a purchase with mere confidence? Most probably no, you won’t. This means even though the shoe is exactly the same; instead of grabbing your interest, it is … Continue Reading…

HTML 5 and CSS 3 Elements: Forms, Web Sockets, Offline Access and Geo-Location (Part 2)

This article comprises of a number of different articles revolving around HTML 5 & CSS 3. This is the third in the series, including the introduction. The previous piece of writing was entitled: ‘HTML 5 & CSS 3 Elements: Visual Effects, Table Styles and Custom Fonts (Part 1).’ If you are new to this topic or would like a brief overview of the subject it is advised to skim through the introduction that accompanies this collection. HTML 5 and CSS … Continue Reading…

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