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The Thrive Portrait Photography Project by Karen Wolrond

I stumbled upon this latest post topic by accident while researching my absolute favorite artist, illustrator and author, Lisa Congdon. I was initially going to post about Lisa (and I’ll get to that) but as I was cruising along on her site I was so moved by her post about her participation in good friend Karen Wolrond’s portrait project “The Thrive Portrait Photography Project” that I just had to share.  In October 2014, Karen decided to take a month-long sabbatical…

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Guide to attribution modeling — 5 tips to understand your marketing efforts better

Technology has forever changed the retail shopping experience. Consumers inhabit a digital omni-channel age where people are using their smartphones, tablets and laptops to research, compare and make purchase decisions. A lot of startups and companies are investing in paid media advertising, (Adwords, display, social ads, SEO, email, etc.) to increase downloads, signups, sales, leads and customer acquisitions. But a large part of quantifying the return on marketing is knowing which campaigns are the most effective—not only does this inform…

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How To Vastly Improve Your SEO With Proper Website Architecture

No ratings yet. If you haven’t heard of site architecture before then this is a must-read. I’m going to lay out exactly what website architecture is, why you need to implement it on every website you design, and some tips to help you get started. By the end of this article, I promise you’ll have a much better understanding of how to internally link your website to improve its performance in search engines. What Is Site Architecture? Your website architecture…

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France passes law that says Photoshopped images must have a disclaimer

An ad by Saint Laurent at a newspaper kiosk in Paris (Reuters / Charles Platiau). France isn’t the first country to legislate on image editing in advertising (Israel did so in 2012), but it’s good to see more awareness on the issue. Fines of €37,500, or 30% of the cost of creating the ad, can be given to those caught out. Studies have shown that, out of all Western Europeans, French women have the lowest average BMI, at 23.2, and…

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Techies are leaving San Francisco, but where are they going?

San Francisco’s role as the center of the American technology industry could be changing. Skyrocketing real estate prices, along with other employment and other demographic trends, are forcing tech companies and workers alike to reconsider the attractions of living in the City by the Bay. Recent Census data for 2016 shows that several of California’s most tech-friendly cities, including San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego are all showing net out-migration, or more people are leaving the area than coming…

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Superb California HD Wallpapers

I’ve been posting lots of landscapes recently and one thing I’ve missed was good quality images available in huge dimensions to be used as wallpaper. So I thought it was time to make a nice compilation of some fantastic HD wallpapers. So I’ve selected superb wallpapers featuring some of the beauties from California. From natural landscapes to city scenes, California has got it all, and I really wish to visit it some day soon. If you got your own HD…

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Messenger and Facebook will soon have consistent emoji

Facebook and Messenger will soon use the same set of emoji — namely the Facebook standard emoji. Messenger’s emoji will be getting the boot, but at least the platform will have emoji consistency. Until now Facebook standard and Messenger use different emoji sets, the Messenger emoji having been released in June 2016. The two differ slightly visually: the Facebook emoji face directly forward, while the Messenger emoji face slightly into the middle distance over your shoulder. For visual reference, they look (looked?)…

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Domain Name Search: How to Choose and Buy a Domain Name

If you’re trying to figure out how to choose a domain name, it isn’t as easy as you might think. Does it have a nice ring to it? Or does it limit the types of products you can sell? Is it brandable or focused on exact match keywords? What does a customer feel when they hear your domain name? Like I mentioned, it’s not as easy as picking and buying a domain name. Don’t worry this article, will help remind…

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The BEST Way to Start a Magento Project [Themes Included]

No ratings yet. Whether you are new to Magento and just want to have some basic knowledge about it or already have some experience with it, there is a number of aspects that you need to consider before launching a Magento project. In the following, we will go through these points and give you some help in choosing the best way you should take to reach your goal: Make the decision: Magento 1 or Magento 2 Pre-built theme vs. custom…

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Glen Keane – Step into the Page

Another summer Olympic games will start today, this time taking place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. There’s always an excitement behind any Olympic games, from the announcement of the logo and identity, to the mascot a few years prior. The opening ceremony is probably one of the highlights of the show, it’s always kept in secret what will be shown. We here at Abduzeedo are getting into the spirit and looking forward to 17 days of sports and of course…

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