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Video Game Lessons for Improving your User Interface/Experience

I hate my remote control. I’m sure many of you have had this experience: you know the one I’m talking about. Where your 9 year old kid can figure out 15 ways to do something with technology, but you’re still left trying to figure out how to record Star Trek: TNG? Technology companies know this. […]

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Take time to cut the clutter

Take time to cut the clutter

If you’ve ever watched those home redecorating shows with Nate Berkus or Peter Walsh, you know that one of the first things they home in on is the clutter in any room. As someone who occupies the space on a day in, day out basis we often don’t “see” the clutter that, if chucked, would […]

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Try answering their questions

An often overlooked opportunity to demonstrate your expertise is to answer questions on sites such as Answers.Yahoo.com, AllExperts.com and JustAnswer.com. By providing quality advice on subjects related to your site, you link to your pages as related information. Just understand that sites like this frown on website owners simply linking to their sites. You can link […]

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Content Tip: Invite guest writers

Content Tip: Invite guest writers

Guest blogging can be a great way to expand your reach into new readership circles, or generate fresh content.  But some may be tentative to simply reach out and say “hey – can I write a blog for YOU?” or “Would you be a guest blogger on my site?” So here’s a few ideas on how to […]

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A Skill You Need: Writing headlines

A Skill You Need: Writing headlines

Admittedly, I dislike writing headlines. Whenever I’m asked to do a guest blog, the headline is always the one thing I do last, delay in doing, and invariably will tell the website owner “I’m not crazy about my headline suggestions so if you have a better idea…..” But headlines are important. What do we typically […]

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