How to choose the best eCommerce Hosting Provider

So you have decided you want to open a store and sell some stuff. Maybe you are selling your own products or you are going to open a storefront for other people’s products, you are now searching for the best eCommerce hosting for your store. What should you look for? What features should it have? How much should it cost? Here are a few things you should look for when choosing your host.


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Things to know before designing your website homepage

With internet turning the world into a global village, the world has become a smaller place for all. Businesses have started to cater customer globally and new sources and ways of earning has evolved. As small companies have been launching websites to offer their products and services throughout the world, many companies have been redoing their websites for a complete makeover. Individual websites are also on the rise to announce and market their expertise. Content management, internet marketing, blogging are also many ways of earning.

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Choosing the perfect logo for your blog: Tips

Logo is considered a symbol of the blog’s identity. It is as important as the content of your blog. Having a logo symbolizes the purpose of the blog, along with creating a right perception about it. A professionally designed logo can have a good impact in various social marketing and promotional activities, whereas as a poorly designed blog logo can mar the image of your blog. Here is as description of some of the important tips and tricks of choosing a perfect blog logo.

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Wood texture pack

Textures have become an import part of designs. They can give the extra depth to a portfolio website, poster, brochure, etc. to really make it stand out. Here we have a set of 5 wood textures to help you out in your designs. (Click on the image to go to the full version)

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Top 15 Photography Websites

If you want to learn effective tips to get expertise in the art of Photography, here is a list of top 15 photography sites. On these sites, you can find guidelines, tips and techniques for capturing high quality images. Also, there are a number of sites, where you can upload and manage your photographs. In this list, there are sites which give you a glance of some of the well-known photographers.


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Facebook for iPhone gets Event Check-Ins

Facebook for iPhone gets Event Check-Ins

The experience of staying plugged into social networks, indulging in time-gripping conversations with friends, discussing about the latest happenings, or just poking someone for fun has just gone better. After unleashing several new interesting tools for social buffs, Facebook has come up with a new update for its iPhone App that lets people get event check-ins.

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Recognizing, utilizing or avoiding design clichés

avoiding cliches

You’re faced with a design project. The client gives you the scope of the job and it’s time to bust out some ideas. How do you create something exciting and dynamic while avoiding the obvious and mundane? Learning how to spot cliché will help you build off the obvious and develop unique ideas. In this article we’ll talk about identifying cliches and working with them to build a new point of view.

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Mobile Web is Not the Traditional Web

In the early stages of development of cellphone market, much has been said and done in providing a good platform for consumers to shop at this new platform in terms of time or space. However, in a haste of making this medium bright and shiny, there are many basic benefits which have been ignored.

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Finding the best textures around the web

These days, textures have become a vital part of today’s designs. Whether it is to add a grunge effect, or to add a little bit of depth to a design, textures are everywhere. Today we are going to look at some of the best places around the web to get free textures.

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Why You Shouldn’t Be More Than A Couple Thousand Miles Away From Your Server

Even the most experienced web developers sometimes take for granted how data transfers, such as emails or FTP uploads, actually occur. How does the data arrive at its intended destination? It has to physically travel through a long, complex system of networks. Data that has to travel long physical distances will take much longer to complete its course, and that means more time spent waiting and decreased productivity. You can quickly test potential data transfer speeds by using a ping test. This is a simple operation that involves sending and receiving data from one location to another, and reporting how long the trip took.

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