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One of the most comment questions that I get from new web development clients is about what kind of information to include on their brand-new website. Specifically, they want to know what pages and information their visitors will expect to be able to find. Here’s the top 5 pages or information areas that I recommend …
How many times have you downloaded a report, white paper, or other “freebie” from a website and when the PDF is saved on your computer, the file name that comes with it is something like “SEO White Paper,” that doesn’t tell you, at first glance, where the file came from? Sure, one could rename the …
This question recently came up, so I thought I’d put a quick how-to up here for future reference. Basically, there are two ways you can do this – by individual document, or change the default file format to Word 97-2003 compatible. Save individual document as Word 2003 format Click on the Office icon button in …