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By Daniel Threlfall - Since it's hard to make a living drinking coffee, I instead write about tech. And I drink coffee. I'm concentrated in web design, good CMSs, SEO, bad CMSs, social media. And I drink a lot of coffee. No cream, no sugar. You can find Daniel on Google+, and Twitter.

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How to Dominate Social Media

How to Dominate Social Media

By Daniel Threlfall August 15, 2013 Articles and Editorials  Comments

There are over 500 social media platforms on the web today, give or take a few. No one knows the exact number for sure. It's totally unrealistic to think that you can (or should) join all of these social networks, unless you have an inordinate amount of time on your hands. Thus, you should know which social media sites are worth your time and effort. Here's your guide to choosing the right ones. Social Media Domination TipsChoose Five. You should pick a minimum of five social media platforms to join. First, join the four listed below.… Read More →


Top Five Email Marketing Platforms

Top Five Email Marketing Platforms

By Daniel Threlfall August 13, 2013 Articles and Editorials  Comments

Email marketing is one of the most successful, most cost-effective, and most important features of your business. But in order to cash in on the power of email marketing, you've got to have the right email marketing provider. This review of five email marketing platforms will help you to make an informed decision as to which email marketing system is best for you. Read More →


How to Get Ready for Responsive Design

How to Get Ready for Responsive Design

By Daniel Threlfall July 25, 2013 Articles and Editorials  Comments

Responsive design has been hailed as one of the greatest greatnesses ever to grace the Internet. With myriad mobile users accessing the web, it seems as if responsive design is just about the only way to make an awesome website even awesomer. I've remarked on the necessity of RWD before  However, not every website is ready for responsive design. There are three major hurdles that every organization must clear before they launch into the bliss of responsive design.  Read More →


Eight Tips for Creating Readable Content

Eight Tips for Creating Readable Content

By Daniel Threlfall July 19, 2013 Articles and Editorials  Comments

Whether you're an old pro at creating content or whether you're new to the field, it never hurts to hear the essentials of effective and readable content. And let's just remember that great content is crucial to a successful site. What follows are eight of the most important things to remember when you're creating readable content for your website.Use an attention-grabbing headline. Readability isn't just a matter of dragging one's eyes across a screen of text. It's about engaging interest.… Read More →



Six Deadly Website Sins and How to Fix Them

Six Deadly Website Sins and How to Fix Them

By Daniel Threlfall July 10, 2013 Articles and Editorials  Comments

It ain't easy being an Internet professional. It seems like technology is always advancing too fast, the rules are changing too often, and there are a few too many things to remember to do all at the same time. In this article, we've simplified things for you. Here are the biggest Internet no-nos. Are you violating any of them?1.  You don't have social.In some of the flourescent-lit halls of business-as-usual corporate America, social media is oft-derided.… Read More →


Is Your CMS Good Enough?

Is Your CMS Good Enough?

By Daniel Threlfall June 11, 2013 Articles and Editorials  Comments

How do you figure out whether a CMS is good or bad? More to the point, how do you know whether the CMS you're using at this selfsame moment is hurting your business or harming it? Selecting the right CMS is a really, really big decision. It's no overstatement to say that your CMS choice can either propel your business to success or drive it to the ground in abysmal failure.… Read More →


Sitecore 7 Released, Boasting Advanced Search Based Architecture

Sitecore 7 Released, Boasting Advanced Search Based Architecture

By Daniel Threlfall May 21, 2013 News & Headlines  Comments

Sitecore is a major player in the web content management (WCM) playing field. We've kept a close eye on this CMS for a long time, tracking their improvements and success. Just today, Sitecore announced the release of Sitecore 7, which is the latest iteration of the company's unified software suite. Sitecore 7:  Introducing Search Based Architecture Sitecore 7 is a big jump forward for their already-advanced suite of products. In fact, the new system marks a milestone in the industry as a whole.… Read More →


7 Online Tools to Improve Your Writing

7 Online Tools to Improve Your Writing

By Daniel Threlfall May 10, 2013 Articles and Editorials  Comments

You've heard it ad nauseum — content is king. Yes, it's still king. Every Internet factotum must also be a connoisseur of content. If you're not exactly feeling all Stephen King about your writing prowess, there's still hope. It comes in the form of seven outstanding web tools that can kick your writing up to the next notch. You may not be publishing a bestselling novel anytime soon, but, hey, Internet content trumps action thrillers any day. 1. Improve your typing speed with keybr.com Hunt-and-peck techniques will slow your writing way down.… Read More →