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Affiliate Summit East 2010, New York — Takeaways

12. October 2010

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Affiliate Summit East 2010, New York — Takeaways

Back in August, the Adventory crew took a trip to Affiliate Summit East in New York. We thought it might be useful to post and briefly let you know what our “takeaways” from each seminar were. You can check out the slideshows for the seminars here, or click the link above each summary to go [...]

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Top 5 WordPress plugins for "making money online" blogs

14. September 2009

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Top 5 WordPress plugins for "making money online" blogs

To master your craft, it’s important to have good tools. R.W. over at NewsNotion recently posted this great article revealing what he thinks the best wordpress plugins for your money-making blog are. I think I was running them all except for the twitter one, which I am TOTALLY GOING TO INSTALL RIGHT NOW. There are [...]

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How Not to Make Your Website Look Like an Ad

10. September 2009

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How Not to Make Your Website Look Like an Ad

We all know that some websites are created simply to procure ad placements. With every mote of informative content and helpful text, the surfer on such sites is hammered by inline ads and pop-ups. While advertising is the bread and butter of this website, I see no good reason to turn it into a giant [...]

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The First Look – Above the Fold

26. August 2009

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The First Look – Above the Fold

Your site doesn’t have much time to capture the interest of your audience. The average Internet surfer has a painfully short concentration span. The layout, graphics, and content of your website need to be thoughtfully and skillfully designed to stand a chance of holding onto a reader. The term “above the fold” is derived from [...]

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An Introduction to Whitespace

18. August 2009

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An Introduction to Whitespace

I recently received the following comment on this post. Mrs. Beasley Says: Very helpful and professional article, I wish though you had something to say about whitespace versus clutter. My designer insists my website isn’t too cluttered while I think it could use way more whitespace, but I don’t know really what’s best. If anyone [...]

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