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Book Review: osCommerce Webmaster’s guide to Selling Online

9 January 2008 by Joost de Valk » - 4 Comments

Disclaimer: I got a review copy from this book from the publisher, Packt Publishing, with the request of doing a review. I’m still free to say whatever I think of the book. This book is meant for people who already have an osCommerce installation, or don’t need help setting one up, as this book doesn’t »

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Kevin Ryan & Jeff Ferguson of Napster

26 October 2007 by Joost de Valk »

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Jeff is quite an interesting guy, he worked as an SEO and later worked as online marketing manager for Hilton before becoming the director of online marketing for Napster. He talked a bit about how it was to set up the online marketing strategy for Hilton, including an affiliate program, it turns out he had »

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Favicons and your online brand

15 November 2006 by Joost de Valk » - 13 Comments

One of the nicer things to have changed with the release of IE7, which is now in automatic updates, is the way it handles favicons. In the IE6 past it would show them in the location bar only when you had the site bookmarked. Now it always shows them, and in the tab bar as »

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Why pay for web design?

7 August 2006 by Joost de Valk » - 1 Comment

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The intention of most people who decide to create a new website is to create a steady source of income for themselves. So some people may wonder why they should spend some of their budget on paying someone else to design and create their websites. The truth is that there are many reasons why having »

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