How to Create Responsive CSS Triangles

CSS3 triangles are great - they can be used to add a lot of spice to a design or elements that would other wise be flat and boring. However, they also come with one or two problems: mainly that borders don't accept percentages. SO, if you would like to add triangles...

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The Power of Remarketing

Any marketer knows that it's far easier to keep an existing customer than create a new one. Remarketing is all about capitalizing on this principle. But what exactly is remarketing? Put simply, remarketing is the practice of segmenting consumers based on how they have...

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Using Custom Post Types in WordPress

WordPress released the Custom Post Types option in Version 3.0 and since then it has become a favorite for WordPress developers whenever a piece of content doesn't fit neatly into the page or post  column. They are one of our favorite tools over here so I thought I'd...

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AdWords & SEO: The Match Made in Heaven

AdWords and similar PPC programs are very different from organic search engine optimization efforts on the face - AdWords is, after all,effectively paying to beat more relevant organic results and get clicks that would never have otherwise seen your website. Despite...

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WordPress Customizability

Wordpress used to be a platform almost exclusively for blogging and had little functionality beyond slinging words. It's exactly the opposite today. Today, Wordpress is one of the most customizable and flexible platforms in the world - and that's exactly why you...

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Your Powerpoint Deck is Boring

Powerpoint has been beaten to death, and then raised and beaten again. Slide decks are everywhere, and noone wants to see another one. Ever again. Even the sight of a slide deck is enough to make most businessmen and women nautious. Piccsy, a recently accelerating...

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2 Clicks or Less

There’s a relatively new web design rule – 2 clicks or less. This rule states that if a user has clicked two times or more and has not found what they need, you’ve lost them as a visitor. The previous rule here related to “above-the-fold”, in other words, everything...

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Google+ Brand Pages

A lot of people have been waiting since Day 1 to see brand pages become real on Google+, Google’s new social networking site. Unfortunately, they’re still in the works and we’re waiting to see what they’ll look like in real life. We recently caught a great post on...

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