Written by:2009/06/29 10:16 AM
Welcome to the June 29, 2009 edition of web developers. In this issue there are some great articles. Looking at correct choice of web colours to increase sales, techniques to getting more traffic, website design flaws, shopping carts. There is just a whole bunch of good stuff. Come in and have a look, you won't regret it.
Emma Taylor presents 25 TED Talks That Will Change Your Life posted at Online Degree Hub.
Debbie Ducker presents Correct Web Site Colors Can Increase Sales posted at Ducker Promotion Ezine.
Margaret Garcia presents Go Beyond Google: 50 Excellent Health Search Engines posted at Comments on: Top 100 Diet and Fitness Blogs.
Ace presents The Benefits Of Creating And Marketing Information Products posted at Internet Marketing Ace.
Ace presents Discover 5 Proven Techniques To Quickly Get More Targeted Traffic posted at Internet Marketing Ace.
Steve Sildon presents 7 Website Design Flaws to Avoid posted at Sell It on the Web, saying, "Some of the most common design flaws that can hurt the sales performance of websites."
Allison Johanson presents Top 25 Social Networking Sites for Security Professionals posted at Careers in Criminal Justice.
SpendOnLife.com presents SpendOnLife Launches Twinancial to Aggregate All Personal Finance Tweets posted at SpendOnLife, saying, "New Twitter app focused on a specific niche. Soon to be open sourced."
Margaret Garcia presents Top 20 iPhone Apps for Busy AttorneysSchools posted at Court Reporter Schools.
Elisha Knackwood presents Privacy.Edu: 25 Incredibly Useful Privacy Cheat Sheets & Checklists posted at Careers in Criminal Justice.
Robert Alan presents Features of Effective Shopping Cart Platforms posted at Sell It on the Web, saying, "For any of you newbie site owners or bloggers who'd like to integrate some type of shopping cart platform into your sites, we've provided a list of the most prominent features that you'll need to do the job."
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of web developers using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
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