Weekly Links – February 2ndPublished in Links
10 Principles of Effective Web Design from Smashing Magazine.
8 Web Design Mistakes that Developers Make from Wake Up Later.
How Much is too Much? A Guide to Client Control Over Website Content from Bits O’ NewMedia.
Understanding Minimalism in Web Design from Blogging Bits.
Cache Pages for Faster Loading Times from Brightscape.
Chroma Wallpapers from Web Designer Wall.
Creating a Cool Vintage Collage Design in Photoshop from PSDTuts.
Photoshop Vintage Effect from Veerle’s Blog.
10 Photoshop Tutorials to Create a Wicked Worn Look from Web Design Goldmine.
Find Ideas for Posts by Using Forums from Super Blogging.
From 0 to 2000+ Subscribers in 90 Days from ProBlogger.
Networking with New Bloggers – Pros and Cons from Wayne Liew.
Ian Fernando is giving away a premium WordPress theme.
Top 10 SEO Techniques from Dustin Brewer.
6 Causes of Procrastination – Kicking the Habit from TheWritersManifesto.
20 Ways to Survive as a Freelancer Working on the Web from SEO 2.0.
Find Great Domains Fast – Three Easy Steps from eMonetized.
Surfing the Web Without a Browser from Significant Figures.
Posts I wrote for other blogs this week:
The Challenges of Multi-Author Blogs at Daily Blog Tips.
An Easy Way to Generate Loads of Article Ideas at PureBlogging.
Using a Blog to Build Your Profile as an Entrepreneur at Blogtrepreneur.
I’d also like to take a moment to thank our sponsors for February.
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