Hide E-mail Addresses From Spammers

Everyday, e-mail spambots crawl the Internet in search of any and every e-mail address they can find. They scan your chat rooms, blogs, forums, guest books and website contact pages. Is your e-mail address protected from these evil bots? This article shows you how to hide your e-mail address from spambots while still keeping it visible to people.
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Creating an Effective Brochure

Brochures are a great marketing tool for reaching your customers, but as with any marketing venture, it must be carefully planned. Proper planning and execution can determine the difference between a brochure that is read and one that is thrown in the trash. Here are some tips to get you on your way to an effective brochure.
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Websites are Valuable Marketing Tools

Many businesses feel that prices are high for a professionally designed website, but they fail to compare the cost to achieve the same value with other marketing media. Here I’ve compared the various media options to show why websites are valuable marketing tools.
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What is RSS?

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a family of web feed formats used to publish frequently updated works—such as blog entries, news headlines, audio, and video—in a standardized format (Wikipedia definition). You can save time and stay updated by using RSS feed readers to retrieve the latest content from websites you are interested and display it in all in one place. This short video from commoncraft describes how you can benefit from RSS.
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Comparison: CSS vs. Table-Based Layouts

Having switched to CSS-based layout design years ago, I find it odd that there is still a debate going on about whether to code websites with CSS or tables. There are so many reasons why CSS-based design is far superior to table-based design, but many web design companies are stuck in the old way of doing things. Here I have listed some of the top differences between CSS and table-based layouts, but first a little history.
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