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Thumbnail images on wordpress is one of the essential design style nowadays, specially for those Photo Gallery or Magazine Blogs. Many wordpress theme uses complex methods to generate resized or cropped thumbnail images on the fly, like phpThumb or TimThumb. They are good, but, sometimes returns error message or blank images if not configured properly.
A website wireframe is a schematic view of your web page layout. This is kind of a “first draft” used in planning and organizing a web page. It is a skeletal rendering of how the web page elements fit together onto the page.
Wireframing is generally done with grayscale block diagrams that illustrate the overall navigation and blocks of elements such as images, content and functionality. The call-to-actions are strategically located. These are an organizing plan and not a design. They are done before any artwork is generated.
It is not enough to get visitors traffic to your site. You need to design your website to encourage visitors to take an action. You need to design in your selling sequence to convert visitors into buyers. Or at least get them started into your conversion process.
A business website should be designed with a specific goal in mind. There should be the final action that you want your visitor to take online. You want to solve the core problem or need your customer has. Then build a selling sequence to address that need. This could be to buy, to request more information or to request a quote.
There are many choices for a business owner to use in promoting their business. Social media marketing is a strategy that works with just about every business. Use this to increase the effectiveness of your other marketing strategies.
Here are the seven forms of social media marketing that are used by businesses today. Choose the ones that best fit your business and your targeted customer.
- Blogging: Use blogging as your central content strategy. Integrate YouTube into your blog, automatically Tweet with each posting, and display your posts on your Facebook and LinkedIn.
- Twitter: Post short updates with this micro blogging tool. Use Twitter to engage in conversations, link to your blog and to other interesting articles. Twitter is limited to 140 character posts. Read more…
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