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seotips 10 Excellent Search Engine Optimization Tips

When you optimize your website for the search engines, you are making their “job” easier – their spiders will crawl most of your pages, every new page that you add will quickly appear on the search result lists, and you will receive more search engine traffic. You could enlist the services of a professional SEO company and pay thousands of dollars, but you can do some basic optimization on your own as well.

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igdomains The History and Present State of Domain Names [Infographic]

It is hard to believe that only 20 years ago there were less than 500 .com domain names registered. What is even harder to believe is the number of registered .coms has grown close to 100,000,000. If only I could go back in time and register some high value domain names…but with my luck the this whole Internet thing would have never taken off. Any way, enjoy this infographic that displays some pretty fascinating information about domain names.

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cloudcomputing What You Need to Know About Cloud Computing

After Web 2.0 cloud computing has to be one of the most widely used buzzwords, one which very few of us understand fully. This comes as no surprise since it is believed that this revolutionary concept is still in its infancy and means different things to different people. The most commonly accepted definition sets forth the meaning of cloud computing as an architecture, which provides data, resources, and software to the end users. Unlike a single server or a cluster of servers, this architecture is location-independent and offers single point of access to the consumers who do not have to be aware of the technology behind it.

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html5 A Beginners Look Into HTML5

HTML5, which has been in development for more than six years, comes with a great number of new elements. These new elements are supported by almost all of the popular browsers. The latest versions of Safari and Chrome are the two browsers that support most of the HTML5 and CSS3 features, followed by Firefox, and even Internet Explorer 9, which was released in beta in September 2010, is also almost fully HTML5-compliant. But what is new in HTML5?

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psexpodingplanet Create an Awesome Exploding Planet Effect in Photoshop

This tutorial will show you how to create an exploding planet effect using Photoshop. This effect is also used to recreate the dying star or super nova effects. This Photoshop technique is going to involve using stock photos of earth or mud cracks so it is suggested that you Google and download images for cracked mud before starting this project.

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610x200 Pimp Your Ride: Creating Realistic Custom Car Vinyl in Photoshop

This tutorial will teach you how to visually pimp out any car using Photoshop. You could shop your own car and share it to friends and make them wow with the visual effects you have made.

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9 Alternatives to PayPal 9 Alternatives to PayPal for Web Designers and Developers

As a web designer or developer, you are often dealing with customers from around the World, and you need an easy way to let them pay you for your hard work. While PayPal is probably the most commonly used payment method, there are quite a few other alternatives, which are just as convenient, reliable, and reasonably priced.

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610x200 Bursting with Creativity? Check Out this Awesome Sunburst Photoshop Tutorial

This tutorial will show you how to create a very cool sunburst or rising sun effect on Photoshop.

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