From the monthly archives:

January 2010

Wacky Website of the Week – 22nd January 2010

by Colette Mason

Time again for some Friday Fun This week’s wacky website is phoons.com According to the site owner, the rules for phoon photography are as follows: Rules for the Phoon pose Stand sideways to the camera. (A Phoon is always viewed from the side.) Bend your arms at the elbows. (Look like an athletic runner, not [...]

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Wacky Website of the Week – 15th January 2010

by Colette Mason

Time again for some Friday Fun This week’s wacky website is mustachesofthenineteenthcentury.com According to the site owner, the purpose of the site is this: “Dear Gentle Reader, Many of the following pages have graphic and clear images of the masculine mustache in all its forms, both sublime and grotesque. My intent is not to shock or [...]

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How to Increase Sales With Your “About Us Page”

by Colette Mason

Very often people think of their about us page as a corporate dumping ground or an afterthought – something that has to appear on a website, but are baffled when it comes to working out what exactly needs to go on there. This is a real problem, because the “about us page” is a key [...]

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Wacky Website of the Week – 8th January 2010

by Colette Mason

Time again for some Friday Fun This week’s wacky website is JudgeMyLunch.com – Rank the Best and Worst Lunches here. According to the site owner, the purpose of the site is to let other people review what your lunch consists of.  ”Got a gross food-like product in your sack lunch? Is that mystery cafeteria meat [...]

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2010 New Year Resolutions for Email Users

by Colette Mason

I’m going to concentrate on user-friendly email etiquette techniques in this blog post. At this time of year everyone dreads going back after the holidays - because they know there will be a zillion emails to wade through. Again. Often it feels like you need another holiday right away, just to get over the hassle of sorting [...]

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