They say life's a journey and consequently we all go through life having a past and heading for a future. In between the past and the future lies our life. Being able to navigate this timeline is a skill that will improve your life-experience for the better.
With an emphasis on Web Design, Web Technologies, Business and Internet Marketing, the Synergy Kinetics blog is published once a week on Sundays.
Designing or redesigning your own website is possible but may not be an easy undertaking. There are tutorials freely available online to show you how to do it but that is going to take a time investment which you probably do not have.
Every business can benefit immensely from an effective Internet marketing strategy. Marketing online has great reach and is highly cost effective. In carrying out an online marketing campaign, you can choose to hire someone to carry out the task or take a Do-It-Yourself approach, DIY for short.
Have you ever worked on actual work or maybe business as if it was your fun thing? Pursued it as if it was an engagement of pleasure and not a chore?
What are the defining characteristics that make a website great? If we could identify one aspect of a great website, what would it be? One of the first things that might come to mind when considering these question is how a website looks.
Social media increasingly has great impact on our personal lives and more so for business. Obviously not everyone is on social media, but a significant number of people are, with more starting to participate as the days go by.
If you have the kind of mentality that says that learning ends after graduating a certain academic level, then you are missing the point. Lifelong learning is the activity that allows us to find our better selves. It empowers us with the knowledge we need to thrive.
Websites can be done in one of two main ways; they can be coded from scratch with all the pages constructed from raw code, or they can be implemented using a Content Management System, CMS for short. A CMS significantly speeds up the site building process and simplifies the task of website management.
It is a mistake to think that a brand identity starts and ends with a fancy or flashy logo. Far from it, brand identity has more to do with creating and nurturing relationships that foster how a brand is perceived.
Life is short and if you don't reflect on your life, it is easy to miss the important things. Easy to forget the promises you made to yourself a while ago when you were younger. The promises we make to ourselves are part of our dreams. If you are not careful, these too will slip into oblivion.