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I get inspired by some online courses provided by different platforms. This post aims to resume which platforms that I use regularly to find inspiring content that feed my curiosity and my will to grow my online businesses.
With the ever growing popularity of online stores, a lot of people have come to wonder which platforms are suitable to help them sell online.
Your website is a valuable tool for not only landing new clients, but also advertising your services.
Whether you are designing your own site or you are a professional website designer, you are always looking for a way to make your site sleeker, prettier, more functional, easier to use and more.
The biggest problem I’ve noticed that bloggers, designers, writers or even startups run into is a lack of finding quality free resources.
Being a designer involves a lot of passion and talent. It also involves a lot of time spent looking for deals on resources and tools to help you be a better designer.
You might wonder if that’s really possible. A website that’s simple AND stunning at the same time? The answer is yes, if you use the right tools and methods.
I had a look at GetReponse right when I started out setting up my first email newsletters, at the time it wasn’t a sound fit for me, but I decided to have a look at GetResponse one more time to see whether things have changed.
Believe it or not, there’s a difference between a company and a brand. One can be controlled, the other can’t; one has a marketing budget, the other is the marketing budget; one has to be sold, the other sells itself.
If you’ve ever built a form for your website, you must have taken a few minutes to scratch your head here and there.
Internet can be pretty fickle, we all know that. One day you are in, the next day you may be out. It is hard to follow the latest trends and be up-to-date with the novelties, especially in the realm of vibrant and diverse industry such as web design.
In this day and age, no architect or home constructor would consider designing a smart home without their set of power tools.
You know as well as I do that a web designer has to deal with clients coming from different areas of activity, on a daily basis.
With a rising demand for computer-related skills in job markets around the world, students often put technical know-how on their resumes.
Having a bunch of great designing resources at your disposal can save you a lot of time and money. Pre-developed web templates helps you to avoid developing each and every element from scratch and also assists in significantly cutting down project costs.
Having a website is essential for just about every business these days. Not only is it expected, but it helps improve your image and your accessibility for customers.
Have you always thought of hashtags as the most annoying phenomenon in the history of social media, refusing to include them even in your informal communication?
Security is a big buzz word on the Internet these days. Between hacking attempts, picture leaks, and stolen personal information, users are very concerned about who gets into their accounts, when and how.
Until now, making payments for purchases with a credit card has been fraught with risk. Professional hackers have been able to penetrate many supposedly secure payment systems, leaving both the company and the purchasers vulnerable.
I have decided to make a quick list of five that can smoke out differences between digital and real; welcome to the 21st century of gaming.