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I hate to paraphrase the music industry’s old ad campaign, but you wouldn’t leave any store without paying for merchandise, would you? So, by that same token, why would you block ads? After all, those ads create the revenue that keeps the content you read, for the most part, free of charge.
It’s been around 8 months since we first started working with Ezoic. I have to say - that while we were skeptical at first, it seems that the results are solid (the system is broadly doing what was promised) and we are getting usability value, making money and saving time. Here’s the story so far.
Being a freelance web designer may sound enticing when it comes to all of the freedom and self-determination. However, the responsibilities you gain, like lining up your future jobs and staying motivated can be overwhelming. Here we provide tips on how to transition into freelancing.
In the Digital Age, it’s surprising to run into businesses or individuals without their own websites. Usually, people suspect that building a website is difficult and expensive, so they never bother to try. In reality, it’s a lot easier, and cheaper, than you probably think.
The E-Parasite Act addresses the matter of protecting creative material on the Internet. The government wants to extend copyright laws to the point of violating our First Amendment rights. If these laws pass, what will come next?
Ever found yourself at the business end of a negative review or comment? You probably know how much they can sting! But what is the best course of action you can take? What if you’re the target of a smear campaign? Here we’ll provide you with tips for dealing with negative publicity gracefully.
How much of the basic web design practices are you really aware of? You do not have to remain in suspense over this. You can take this beginner web design quiz and know for certain just where you rate as a web designer.
The reality of the matter is that unless measures are taken, the future of Captcha is very uncertain as a way to curb spam and automated bots on web forms. Keep reading as we examine this issue.
Changes to Google’s search tool for signed-in users are set to impact the statistics collected on visitors to websites. The implication of this, of course, is that webmasters will suffer…
A new microdata format for helping to build the semantic web has been launched by Bing, Google and Yahoo!. While clearly useful, the Schema.org microdata standard might prove difficult to implement across all websites, however.