How to Market your Website with a Confirmation Email?

Nov 3, 2009

If you ever made an online purchase or subscribed yourself to a website you surely received a confirmation mail afterwards. This mail is send for various reasons such as security measurements (clicking the link to confirm your email address), to thank you for subscribing to a newsletter, offering you a nice overview of books you… continue reading

A summary of posts 1 to 5

Oct 21, 2009

This post is a small and handy recap for posts 1 to 5, which keeps you up to date with the latest articles, reviews and showcases.

How to Increase Traffic while Donating a Good Cause?

Oct 10, 2009

In my efforts to become a good citizen I’ve been donating small amounts of money to good causes now and then, but due to the worldwide economical problems this has been cut down to a minimum. That’s why I came up with the following idea.

25 Inspirational Blogs for Content and Graphics

Sep 25, 2009

You have no idea what you want to talk about in the next post, nor have the inspiration to start designing a new project? Just have a look in here. I made a small collection of inspirational blogs that gets me inspired over and over.   Instead of going to your favorite search engine, you… continue reading

Why do Passwords Appear as Dots in a Form?

Sep 18, 2009

When I want to subscribe myself for a newsletter, website, online application or want to sign in, I need to put in my password. This is the easiest way to protect websites/applications and it works, but what I really don’t understand is why passwords appear as dots in the textfield.   To me this is… continue reading

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