What is the best image size for my website or blog?

By Tamy Bond I find that many don’t pay attention to the file size of the images they upload to their website or blogs. This can drastically increase your load time. So why should this matter? You only have few seconds to make a good impression, generally, about 5. If your site or blog doesn’t
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8 Tips for Web Typography. What in the world is Web Typography?

By Tamy Bond Typography is a subtle, yet powerful tool for delivering information to your site visitors. If you are a visual type person, you will notice font types, sizes, and placement on a website. Maybe unknowingly, your eye is drawn to a certain area or sections. This is in part due to the art
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Editing is NOT Nitpicking

  Submitted by Gina Burgess I received this from friends at Pro-Edit. This is another reason why a different pair of eyes needs to edit your work. I was a newspaper editor, and these kinds of gaffes are so easy to make when you are focused on quickly getting the story out, or trying to
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Setting Time in Writing

by Sophie Dawson Setting a novel within a certain time, or rather the intended era is an important part of writing. Getting the technology and vocabulary correct for when the story happens lends credibility to the writing and thus the author, and also makes the story believable to the reader. I was reading a historical
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