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Apr 23

When aspiring developers decide to learn how to program, their first stop is often checking out online resources like Codecademy to learn the basics.


Codecademy Redesigns Website To Focus On Project-Based Learning

In general, the redesign of the entire site is a little friendly and makes it easier for people to find the courses that matter to them.

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The top Spring-cleaning trends to help you dust off your out­dated LinkedIn pro­file and start cre­at­ing con­tent strate­gies that con­vert into com­pany sales.


Declutter Your LinkedIn Profile

Now that the Spring flow­ers are bloom­ing and weather is warm­ing up it’s only fit­ting that you extend your cleanup efforts into the social sphere. Time to stop neglect­ing your LinkedIn pro­file, think strate­gi­cally and opti­mize your pro­fes­sional iden­tity on the “World’s Largest Pro­fession…

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Social media is also the great equalizer: Any company can cut through the clutter, regardless of brand awareness or marketing budget. All it takes is a clever idea and skillful execution. These 10 campaigns are proof.


How These 10 Marketing Campaigns Became Viral Hits

Getting your brand noticed via social media grows more difficult with each passing day.

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Apr 22

Seem to be falling short when promoting your blog? Wondering why no one’s clicking your links on social media? Try these headline tips to draw readers in.


3 Ways to Make Sure People Read Your Blogs

Sites like Buzzfeed, Upworthy, and every other content aggregate site have built their online empires by crafting effective headlines, so what’s the secret?

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Steve Jobs once said…

Social media is personal – do it your way. But make sure you are sending the signals you intend to be sending and behaving in such a way that is consistent with what you wish to get out of it.


Top 5 Mistakes Individuals Make On Social Media

After extensive research (time on Twitter) and deep study (that insomnia period between 2 and 4AM), I have compiled a list of the most common mistakes made by individuals on social media. I feel I …

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Winston Churchill said, “When I look back on all these worries, I remember the story of the old man who said on his deathbed that he had had a lot of trouble in his life, most of which had never happened.”


5 Ways to Slay the Enemy of Entrepreneurs: Fear

Decide that you desire to achieve your goals (and build a startup) more than you’re afraid of the obstacles.

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Creative work is not only best for bad moods, but doing creative activities outside of the office can boost your on-the-job performance.


Engage in Creative Tasks Outside Work to Boost Job Performance

Creative work is not only best for bad moods, but doing creative activities outside of the office can boost your on-the-job performance, says a new study by psychologist Kevin Eschleman of San Francisco State University.

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Apr 21

Is your site as optimized for conversions as it should be? Even if you are constantly testing and optimizing, you probably still have room for improvement. But whether you are just getting started with optimization or have been at it for years, here are five easy changes that you can make to your website to boost conversions.


5 Easy Site Tweaks to Increase Conversions

Is your site as optimized for conversions as it should be? Even if you are constantly testing and optimizing, you probably still have room for improvement. But whether you are j…

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Great websites bring together form and function. In fact, well-designed websites are seen as more credible, according to a Stanford study and are actually easier to use. So here are five fundamentals to help you keep quality design at the forefront of your practice.


5 fundamentals every web designer needs to understand

We all know intuitively what makes a website look bad: overused bevel effects, corny clip art, overcrowded layouts. These annoyances are easily corrected by dev

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