First, why Gmail? 10 Reasons Clean Web Design recommends Gmail: Best spam fighting tools, hands down Gigs of Space – you won’t soon run out of mailbox storage space – avoid those un-deliverable bounce notices when you return from vacation! Searchable – quickly find email by searching like you do in Google Flexible – check…Read the Rest »
Feel like you’re not getting all the messages through your contact form that you used to get? You are probably right! AOL and Yahoo have created this problem for their users (and the companies that service their users), so now everyone who allows a customer to send them an email through a web form has…Read the Rest »
Did you know that the average worker spends about 1/4 of their workday reading and responding to emails?! That means in a 40 hour work week, we spend 10 hours of it rummaging through our emails. What if we told you that by utilizing the keyboard shortcuts in Gmail you could cut down the time…Read the Rest »
At Clean Web Design, we are always on the lookout for a better way to do things and simplify not only our lives but the lives of our clients as well. LastPass is one of the most important tools in our “how to not hate computers” kit. CNET, the tech media website that publishes reviews,…Read the Rest »
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Why are Duplicates So Bad? The biggest problem with duplicate listings is that they tend to spread ranking data in the form of reviews, citations, pictures, and user generated content across the different duplicate listings. So, instead of having one strong listing you end up with a couple mediocre listings that will struggle to rank….Read the Rest »
The only thing that has frustrated me about Google Voice (which I have been using since it was Grand Central) was that I couldn’t share it with more people, but now they’ve opened up to everyone! Read more in the official Google Blog or go straight to sign up.
Sometimes when I ask people to email pictures for a site, instead of just attaching them or using an awesome application like Picasa, they put them in a Word doc. After some trial and error (if you right click on the image, copy, paste into PhotoShop it is rendered in a strange posterized way)…Read the Rest »