affordable link building

I recently signed up for PayPerPost in an effort to see where the service played in the internet marketing landscape. I had originally thought of it as a high priced way to get exposure on large blogs, but after browsing around I realized it could be an affordable way to build links. While text link […]

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Thoughts on Type

Some may have read over my two posts on the possibility of using times new roman on the web. You may have also noticed the criticism/disagreements I received in the comments section. The argument is that there is no reason to use Times when a better typeface, Georgia is available instead. Times of course is […]

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Web Typography – 40 sources for inspiration and instruction

CSS, javascript, and flash has brought the web design community a long way in what we are capable of doing when it comes to typography. However simply being ABLE to take advantage of rich typography doesn’t mean that we all know how. So below are some resources to make it easier to find typographic inspiration […]

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Ann Arbor Event, Troy Event – Become a Leader

For those who attended the Seth Godin event, you know how well the Connect Ann Arbor events turn out. You have another opportunity to network, learn, and be entertained. Do you run a small business, large business, or team? Ever want to be a leader? This your chance. Famed U of M coach Bo Schembechler […]

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Baseline & Gridding

The importance of setting up a baseline and grid to properly align your elements is finally getting the importance it deserves. It helps create a unity in your design and documents, allowing easier reading and a cleaner look. Rob Goodlatte has developed a nice script to help you design that baseline, it’s free and extremely […]

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