The !important declaration has been valid since CSS1 but it seems to have acquired a bad reputation over the years. Even if the !important declaration should be used with caution, it’s a very useful and powerful expression that much deserves its place in our CSS world. This article offers a guide to what the declaration is, what it does and how you should use it. (Article dated: January 2010)
Here are the top 3 things internet marketers should stop today if you want to sell to more women. (Article dated: June 15, 2008)
Johnson & Johnson did manage to offend some mothers with an online and print campaign for Motrin that implied moms carry their babies as fashion accessories. But was it a genuine groundswell that felled the effort — or an alliance of the few, empowered by microblogging service Twitter?
Two days after a new ad push for Motrin triggered an online backlash, J&J’s McNeil Consumer Healthcare unit is pulling the campaign, from the New York office of independent shop Taxi, and begging a vocal mommy-blogging nation for forgiveness.
This is an excellent document. Good for the non-technical too. A must read for any site developer and owner. It reiterates all that’s been said about good SEO practices, use heading tags, use title, use description, effective alt tags, well written, organized content, etc.
Fact – too many businesses still need to wake up and realize that social media is not “one of these Internet fads” that will disappear. Fact – because of this mindset, too many businesses are potentially missing out on extra business that could mean the difference between staying afloat and going under. (Article dated: November 9, 2008)
Here’s a great introductory article on How to Create and Maintain a Blog or Web Ring.
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This is an SEO guide for designers who want to learn about making it easier for websites or blogs to be found by search engines. It explains the common mistakes made by designers and developers. Then it provides some basic tips that you should be practicing to optimize your site for search engines. (Article dated: May 2008)
If you are planning or building a new website, you are obviously hoping for some type of success. Of course, success can mean any number of things, and each website’s success should be determined by the needs and desires of its owners and creators. (Article dated: February 10, 2008)