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How the iPad POS Is Changing the Way Small Businesses Make Payments

by brantwilson
on April 29, 2014

in iPhone

cbpinkThe need for an effective Point of Sale (POS) system is an issue that many businesses grapple with, especially small businesses. Traditional POS systems can be large, clunky and expensive. In addition, there is often the need for extensive training on how to use these systems. In addition to these issues, the introduction of Internet shopping hasn’t made things any easier, and many small businesses face the challenges associated with a cost effective solution of selling online.

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32 Free Earth Day Vector Badges

by brantwilson
on April 21, 2014

in Freebies Vector Freebies Vector Graphics

To show their support for this year’s green celebration, our friends at Vecteezy are giving a set of Earth Day Vector Badges to our readers for free! Inside this pack are 32 earth-inspired vector badges–all designed with a super trendy flat, retro design trend–that you can plug into any and all of your designs.

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Six Points to Remember When Designing Additional Web Pages

by brantwilson
on March 21, 2014

in Web Design

A homepage should never be cluttered with a lot of content and images, which is why it is so important for you to make sure that you create additional web pages accordingly. However, there is a thin line between efficient and excessive when it comes to developing these pages, which is why it is so important to consider and remember the following six key points.

Add Pages Only as Necessary

Don’t rush to add an excessive number of pages that are not necessary right now. Quite a few consumers get trapped with dead links and orphan pages simply because the web designer didn’t keep it clean and cleared of empty pages without any content.

To easily build and run your ecommerce website and get the most value from your additional pages, get into the habit of only adding them if and when they are absolutely necessary. Remember, time is of the essence when it comes to keeping your customers interested until they reach your checkout page. You don’t want to lose them simply because you felt the need to add pages that were not, in fact, needed at all.

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