Google Testing Significant Size Change in Product Listing Ads

Here’s a significant size variation of product listing ads Google is testing. It was visible this evening from Chrome and I was unable to replicate the test on different browsers. This is a trademarked product query with high commercial intent and a substantial number of conversions result in repeat business. For retailers investing heavily in […]

Dramatic Vintage Effect in Photoshop

Today we’ll o create a Dramatic Vintage effect in Photohsop. Remember those old fashion photos… That’s the look we’ll try to achieve. In this tutorial we’ll use some interesting techniques and adjustments to get this done. So let’s get started! Resources: Photograph by Oleg Ti: https://www.flickr.com/photos/40881410@N06/5351557983 Final result: Step 1: Open Photoshop and create new […]

Creating a Retro Badge in Photoshop

Retro is trending nowadays; you see it everywhere in web design, posters, flyers, logos and of course Badges. So today we are also going retro and creating an interesting retro badge in Photoshop. Before we start designing let’s see what we need to get this done. Resources: Minimal patterns: http://www.graphicsoulz.com/premium-item/free-minimal-pattern-set-vol3/ Final result: Step 1: Open […]

How to Find Out Who Owns a Private Video

There are a few cool hacks that will give you more info than you’d expect from private YouTube videos. Just as a disclaimer, there are a lot of reasons you might want this info that are completely legitimate. In our case, we were looking around for a way to get access to a video that […]

What’s Your Mobile Browsing Solution? A Minimalist Guide to Apps, Redirects, and RWD

We’re living in the era of mobile browsing. In the recent past it might have been acceptable to have a website with no answer for mobile users, but that’s rapidly become a completely dissatisfactory state of affairs for any serious business. The amount of money you leave on the table by ignoring the increasing numbers […]

21 Examples of Responsive Web Design Done Right

Widespread implementation of responsive web design (RWD) is relatively new in the design world, and though it’s gaining steam, the perfect method of implementation has yet to make itself known. Often designers are on their own in their efforts to figure out how to gracefully degrade the fancy features in their client’s websites, while still […]

Wow, Great Content. Now What?

So you managed to create the plat de resistance infographic that really defines your company, market, and user to a T. It is magnificent; you love it so much you printed it out to frame it on the wall. Wow. Take a step back for a second…what now? At a recent unconference put on by […]

How to Set Up Mac Mail with Hostgator Email Settings

Setting up email through Mac Mail is straight forward and easier than even Outlook. Here’s a quick tutorial on how to use the email settings you find in your hosting account cpanel (in this case we’re using Hostgator). First, login to your Hostgator cpanel and either create an email account, or if you have an […]

25K Visitors & 10:1 ROI: Local Infographic Case Study

We’ve heard it before: infographics are dead…right? While basic methods of infographic promotion have lost a bit of the link oomph, there’s still tremendous upside for brand recognition, new business acquisition, and link procurement. This mini case study breaks down the promotion process we used end-to-end and covers what worked, what didn’t, and what we’d […]

The 5 Best SEO Communities on Google+

If you’re actually an active Google+ user (which is likely, if you’re an SEO), there are numerous communities specifically for SEOs and digital marketers, many of which have a solid number of knowledgable members working in the space. All are free to join, provide feedback, answer questions, and share relevant industry news. Additionally, regular interaction […]