posts by Len Marshall

10 Writing Tips for Twitter

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:: By David Tucker, Helpfulpapers.com :: High finance pundits may argue about Twitter’s stock price, but there is no doubt in the blogosphere that the service is valuable. If you are using it merely to share your lunch choice with friends or whom you encountered while shopping, you may already be fully equipped to use …

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Advances in Web Performance Monitoring: Don’t Accept Outages as the New Norm

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:: By Mehdi Daoudi, Catchpoint CEO and Co-Founder :: Cloud and cloud services adoption has been a growing trend in the IT industry. Cloud technology allows companies to save time and money focusing on internal operations and devoting more resources to growing revenue and product improvement. However, a multi-vendor operations approach creates a complexity issue …

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New Features and Services at QCD

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Quiet City Design has developed new relationships with vendors which have helped to expand the types of services offered to include promotional elements such as stickers, custom die-cut cards and brochures, printed and embroidered apparel items, and more. Video production has been a steadily growing option for many clients. Video production projects can range from …

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Augment your Awareness with QR Codes

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What are QR codes? If you’re not yet familiar with QR codes, they’re similar to the barcodes used by retailers to track inventory and price products at the point of sale. The key difference between the two is the amount of data they can hold or share. Bar codes are linear one-dimensional codes and can …

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The Facts on Faxes

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In this modern age of email, tweets, SMS, BB, and any other new form of electronic communications, it’s easy to maintain a consistent brand identity. Many businesses, however, still rely heavily on fax machines and photocopiers for hard-copy document transmissions.  Your brand identity may be suffering through this low-fidelity duplication process!

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To Tweet or Not To Tweet?

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OK, you’ve got your head around Twitter (or sort of), you’ve signed up and you’ve found a few interesting people to follow. It’s time to start tweeting. Now the big question: What should I tweet? The obvious answer is “whatever you want”. But if you’re tweeting for your business then you clearly need to be …

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Beyond Page Searches with Google

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In addition to providing easy access to billions of web pages, Google has many special features to help you to find exactly what you're looking for.

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Quiet City Design Launches New Look

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It’s been said that the worst client is yourself.  After many months of designing, redesigning, reverting, scrapping and designing all over again, Quiet City Design has finally developed a new logo.

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HTML Cheatsheet

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Working on your website content with a WYSIWYG editor can be great, but you might sometimes have to look at the HTML code to adjust or fine-tune the formatting or positioning of an element.  Here are some of the basic HTML language tags most commonly used.

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Save Often

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Here is a simple trick. Save your work often. Too simple a tip, you say? Why am I mentioning it here, you might say? Because most people STILL DO NOT save their files until they are done working with them. Imagine a well-known author working on a manuscript for a sure-to-be best seller novel. This …

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