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We did a tutorial doing knockouts in Photoshop using Select Color Range, Mask Edge, and Hue/Saturation tools. Hope you find it useful!
Connecting your business to Google Maps (and Bing, and Yahoo) is vital to your identity, a discoverability for your goods and services in your area.… Read More...
Q. “Should I have a different website for each of my different practice areas?
Q. “Should each partner in my firm have their own website?”
A. Not for their work with your firm.… Read More...
Spam urls originating from your site?
If your site has been hacked by a black-hat SEO link builder or some other evil-doing hacker, cleanup is a 2-stage process.
Step one – Restore the site from a known clean version.
(You ARE keeping backups, aren’t you?) You may want to hire a site recovery specialist.… Read More...
Cleaning up a hacked website
Some forms of hacking create spam URLs appearing to originate from your domain.
You might get an alert from Google Webmaster Tools, or begin to notice a warning on your Search Engine Results Pages (SERP) “this site may be hacked.”
If you search your site in Google using the syntax:
you’ll get SERPs showing up to a thousand URLS purportedly originating from your site.… Read More...
Outlook 2007, 2010 and 2013 present unique design challenges to email marketers. Microsoft chose severe limitation of web rendering in these versions, for reasons known only to Microsoft.
Wanting to help my customers to get the most out of the content they invest in, and knowing newsletters are an important aspect of marketing for many businesses, I’ve recommended using WordPress’ RSS capability to distribute content to newsletter subscribers.… Read More...
We’re located in Westchester County, NY, serving clients locally, in the NY Metropolitan area, throughout the United States, and around the world.
Offering web strategy, consulting, design, marketing, training, and maintenance, we specialize in creating websites that rank well in search for your particular product or service.… Read More...
WordPress has become the most widely used content management system for new websites. Nineteen percent of all existing websites run WordPress, and the number is growing daily. Fifty eight percent of Blog websites use it (Smashing Magazine report).
WordPress is popular because it serves users possessing every possible level of expertise, but it can have a steep learning learning curve as development issues arise.… Read More...