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Why You Should Set Goals So Simple They’re Laughable

By Laura Montini, from Inc.com – http://bit.ly/1eNXSjY

At a recent class on behavioral science, productivity coach Taigo Forte explained how you can surmount your detrimental over-achiever tendencies.

In some ways, high-achievers are the worst at behavior change.

This is according to full-time productivity consultant and coach Tiago Forte.…

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9 Most Common Misconceptions about WordPress

by Editorial Staff, from WPBeginner – http://bit.ly/1hDugMQ

According to a recent survey, WordPress is powering nearly 21.2% of all the websites on the internet making it the most popular CMS in the world. Despite all that, there are still people who know very little about it.…

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How Retailers Are Winning on Visual Social Networks

By Allison Howen from ‘Net Features – http://bit.ly/1kWUfQV

An image doesn’t only speak a thousand words, it also grabs the attention of consumers on the ’Net.

After all, the majority of people (65 percent) are visual learners according to the Social Science Research Network, which makes it no surprise that image-based social networks like Pinterest, Instagram and Tumblr have been growing in popularity, and at a rather rapid pace.…

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Fostering Healthy Non-Professional Relationships

By Jeremy Girard, from Smashing Magazine – http://bit.ly/1uxCxp5

As Web designers and developers, we invest a lot of time and effort in nurturing professional relationships, including those with clients, prospective clients, coworkers, peers and others in the industry.

Unfortunately, while many Web professionals work hard to make these work-related relationships as strong as possible, they often neglect their non-professional relationships, including those with family and friends and even with themselves and their own health and well-being.…

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Responsive Design Begins With The URL

By David Marland, from Smashing Magazine – http://bit.ly/ShrySq

The BBC’s Programmes website is huge, and is intended to be a rolling archive of everything that the BBC broadcasts on television and radio. Originally released in 2007, it now has pages for over 1.6 million episodes, but that’s barely half of the story.…

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On-Page SEO: Anatomy of a Perfectly Optimized Page

By Korah Morrison, from ‘Net Features – http://bit.ly/1lML7v6

It is hard to sum up the perfect search engine optimization (SEO) tactics for every website or Web page, and that is mainly because, for the average website owner, it takes quite a bit of education and experience to get his or her pages up to the standards that search engines have today.…

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