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27.08.2013 - 18:04

You have that awesome blog. You are very happy with how it looks and your content creation is on fire. And then a person wanders through search or link somewhere in and out of one of your older blog posts, never checking other posts. There are many reasons why they aren't staying around. Your blog post wasn't impressive enough or they didn't like the way the site looks. Perhaps the loading time was too long for...

23.08.2013 - 17:54

Today every other cat has a blog, fictional characters are Tweeting and there are Facebook pages dedicated to woolen socks. Being noticed online is getting harder and harder. Building a strong web presence requires work. It's done with patience, consistency and you'll need to shine with your own voice. Besides that the look of your presence must be recognizable. 1. Patience To get seen online takes time. Search...

23.08.2013 - 02:27

And again I decided to change things around the blog and my work site. This new look has been waiting to get finalized and published since July and I think it's worth the wait. Both sites have the same base look. At the work site, Made In Helmikuu, the sidebars are mostly missing, which makes content wider. On the blog I kept the sidebars for the wider screens. That's because blog is meant to be read more and...

23.06.2013 - 23:39

Recently I did a bit of research for a web store project. The web store I'm building is yet to be published, but here are some of the prettiest web stores I found while benchmarking them. #1 CuCuu CuCuu is a store filled with bags and accessories made from recycled materials. Some of their products are sold on Etsy, but their own store is too cute to pass. #2 Speckled Wood The store of Speckled Wood is not on the...

13.06.2013 - 16:54

I'm exited to announce Home+Work a very new site for anyone who works from home or anywhere outside the regular office! Home+Work is for you who works or wants to work from home or wherever you are. You are likely to be a freelancer, crafter, remote worker, artist, work at home mom, blogger, designer or a small business owner. Or maybe you want to be one. It is for both full-time and part-time home workers. And all...