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Dramatic SEO Improvement With Minor Page Changes

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Search Engine Optimization can sometimes be very frustrating. If you are trying to improve your ranking in a very competitive segment, moving a page up even a spot or two in the rankings can take a lot of work. But we had a recent situation where some minor page changes …

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Building Mail List Signup Forms With Bloom WordPress Plugin

Yesterday I shared that we are doing some testing of a new mailing service for our newsletters. The post you are reading goes out to two Graphics Unleashed lists. But we also have lists for some of our sister sites. Those lists are relatively new so we don’t have to …

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Testing Web Site Speed to Identify Slow Elements

Last week I wrote how Google Tag Manager Simplifies Code, Speeds Site and the various techniques we used in Shaving 66% Off WordPress Web Site Loading Speed. Sure you can just visit a site yourself as a way to test the speed, but it isn’t the most accurate measure. Ideally …

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Google Tag Manager Simplifies Code, Speeds Site

Yesterday I described The Many Elements of Web Site Speed. There are many variables that can be fine tuned to add more speed. Some have a small effect, others have a big effect. Today I want to talk about one change that can simplify maintaining a site while also adding …

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Monarch Plugin Makes Content Sharing Simple

Last week I wrote How Much Does a Website Cost? and I found some of the features included on the list to be very basic elements with little to no extra cost. One of the questions on that list was related to sharing functions and I’m going to address that …

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How Much Does a Website Cost?

When someone comes to our Web Design Solutions Unleashed site and has interest in having us build or makeover a site for them, the first question is always about the cost. It is also one of the hardest questions to answer without knowing a lot of details about the project. …

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Preparing a Useful 404 Web Page in WordPress

When a Web site is built, you hope that links will be built to various pages on the site. That’s one way that the site builds more traffic. But there are times that a Web page is moved or removed and then those links could lead to 404 errors if …

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Design Base Automation Plug-In Updated for CorelDRAW X8

Each time a new version of CorelDRAW is released, add-on developers have to make a decision whether to update their add-ons to the new version and how quickly to make it available. One of the more popular add-ons, Design Base, is now available for CorelDRAW X8. Before you run out …

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Matcherator Provides Great Tool For Matching Fonts

If you are like many designers, you often get artwork and you need to determine what font was used for the type in the lousy graphic you were provided. CorelDRAW users have had the built-in ability to use WhatTheFont! for several versions now, but it doesn’t always get you a …

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Start a Project by Building a Color Scheme

When I start on a new project, one of my first tasks is always to nail down the colors to be used. This is especially important when building a Web site so that all the correct colors can be applied in the right places. While some projects may involve coming …

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