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How to Separate Home-Life from Working-from-Home Life

When I first started working remotely, so many people have said to me: “Oh, I couldn’t do that. I’d never get work done.” Then as the remote-life became my new-life, I faced initial challenges. Every time I was asked: “So, how’s remote-life”, “how do you like working remote”, or anything similar, I would typically start […]

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Facebook Introduces More Ways for Content Creators to Earn Revenue

Facebook is rolling out new tools that allow creators to monetize their content in different ways. In addition to new ad revenue opportunities, Facebook is giving creators more opportunities to earn money directly from other users. Here’s more about what was announced today. New Ad Revenue Opportunities Facebook is giving creators more choice when it comes to […]

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New Chrome Security Extension Flags Small Sites as Suspicious

Google announced two security features intended to make browsing safer. One blocks access to suspicious websites. The other, a Chrome browser extension flags virtually any site visited as being suspicious. Unless your site is a big brand website, there is a higher probability that it will flag your site as suspicious, too. Multitude of False […]

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The Top 40 Free Lightroom Presets

Most web and graphic designers use Photoshop on a daily basis as one of the main tools of the trade. Photoshop is incredibly powerful for designing and for photo editing, but Adobe also has Lightroom, which can be used for processing/editing photos and for the organization of photo files. As a designer you probably work […]

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10 Free Online Education Landing Page Templates (AI & EPS)

Today, we have for you a fantastic collection of landing page templates for creating online education websites. Each of the ten templates comes with a unique education-related illustration, a beautifully flat color scheme, and all of the templates have been designed with simplicity in mind so are all perfect for modern web design. The templates […]

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10% of Twitter Users are Creating 80% of Tweets

A study on Twitter usage among US adults finds a disproportionate amount of users are responsible for the greatest share of tweets. The study from Pew Research Center also analyzes the demographics and attitudes of Twitter’s most active users. Findings from the study are based on survey responses from 2,791 US adult Twitter users. Key Findings More […]

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New Chrome Feature May Hurt Publisher Revenues

Google informally announced a new feature coming to Chrome. It will allow lazy-loading images and iframes with an HTML attribute, no JavaScript required. It will improve the user experience, which is good for publishers and site visitors. But there is also a potential negative impact to ad revenues. What is the Loading Attribute? Native lazy-loading […]

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