Finding Affordable Developers To Improve Your Web Site Or Blog

By Michael Fleischner

When it comes to the web site development, I don't know a lot from a technical perspective. As a result, Ive always had to rely on others to do the work for me. This can be a challenging process as resources change and needs change as well.

The good news is that I have found, through the suggestion of others, a way to get access to some of the leading resources for web development throughout the world. By using these resources, I have a significant advantage over most because I'm able to get what I need, when I need it, at an affordable price. When you're trying to get something done, you need to know where to go and what to do.

The first place to start is with a clear understanding of what you want to accomplish. This took me a long time to understand but it comes in handy for finding the right resources at the right price. If you start with only a vague notion of what you are trying to achieve, your results will be less than ideal and costs can spiral out of control. The best bet is to create an excel spreadsheet listing each task to be completed and specifically what it will look like when its done.

Once you've created a complete document of what you want and what it should look like when it's done, you're ready to find some qualified developers to help you create what you need. The best resources that I've found for finding qualified developers is eLance.com and GetAFreelancer.com. Both sites cost nothing to join and give you access to developers all over the world. Not only can you find people who are qualified to do the work, but they are much more affordable than what you're used to paying. I've gotten many projects done for about 30 percent of domestic quotes.

Things happen rather quickly on eLance and related sites. Once you place your bid you will receive a number of proposals to do the work. Many people wonder how to effectively chose which company to award their bid. I like to throw out the most and least expensive proposals and focus on those in between. Sites like eLance offer feedback ratings and most companies provide samples of their work. Be careful to review the samples and make sure they relate to the job you've posted. If the company has a good feedback rating from a large number of people, you're sure to have a positive experience.

After submitting a number of projects and having more work done in this fashion, you will find a short list of providers that have really come through for you. Ive develop relationships with development firms that have done a good job, giving them more and more business. Once you reach that point, you can ask them to include a proposal on any bid you submit or work with them directly.

Finding resources to help with your development project are easy. You will have to work a little harder to ensure that they are delivering what you've asked for, especially if they are half way around the world. Build milestones and communicate with your developers every day and you are sure to have a successful experience. - 29856

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How To Receive Unique Content Through Email in Wordpress

By Jessie Mickel

I just came across something very exciting. You can actually get a ton of unique content free for your BLOG. I contacted Article Submission Express on how you can take advantage of their program automatically and they are designing a video for instructions. At this time though I wanted to tell people how to do it because getting this unique content for your BLOG is great for SEO and your users.

Everyone can use more content, but writing articles can take for ever. That is where Article Submission Express comes in. They have tons of people writing articles to be distributed every single day. This article may have been distributed using their services. They have a top secret way of making each article that is submitted to them unique, and it is not with synonym swapping which usually makes them unreadable.

The site itself has not even published the video showing you how to do this, though it will be published very soon, so in this article I plan to take you step by step through the process so that you can begin receiving free unique content to your BLOG today. The first step is to access your Wordpress administration panel, Go to Settings and then to writing.

Scroll down and there is a spot that says Post via Email. Pick an email address that will be 100% unique to your site. Set your mail server to mail.yourdomain.com and then set your login to anyemailname@yourdomain.com. Leave the port at 110 because that is the default. Then go to where you set up your email accounts. Set up the email address you just put in your blog and the password you choose.

Now go to Article Submission Express, the link is below and sign up to receive articles via email. Once you have signed up Article Submission Express will send unique articles to your BLOG daily. Each day type the following into your browser http://yourblogdomain/wordpressinstalldir/wp-mail.php, this will load you up with articles. All you have to do is go in and edit and publish them and you have unique content to your website. - 29856

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Kode Logic Graphic Designs

By Kerisha Collins

This freelancer has not put down his pencil since the age of 6. Now 23, a more advanced artist, Kode has the Graphic, Photography and Illustration skills to create magnificent pieces of art as you can see from his profile.

From the age of six he was drawing and continued with his design mentality to newer heights, transforming some of those drawings into digital creations.

Just looking at his portfolio alone displays his abilities to create unique designs. his piece Take Our Place displays his usage of digitally enhanced colours and photography, that has been placed together to make the design look surreal.

With BossLogic identifying this type of design path, Kode has still been learning as he works, which leaves room for improvement to his current style.

One of his designs, titled Prime features Muhammad Ali in a splash of lighting effects. This piece is created based on photography and the graphic manipulation Kode is well familiar with.

I believe there will be good things to look out for with this designer and his up coming projects. He has worked for such companies as, Creations Jewellers - 2008, Roundtable Ent. - 2007, Playaz lane promotions - 2007, & More...

The talented people, whom he has a lot of respect for are people like fatoe, tksh and KDU designers as he finds them very inspirational. His theory is, if you start with everything and you choose if you want to lose it along the way, creativity is what holds us all together.

For years many aspiring artists have been won over by the stunning visuals of Kode Logic. Work of this nature is now very popular and trendy in the design world. You can see references to his work in numerous magazines and website portals worldwide. The type of effects that Kode produces can be found on inspirational websites like smashingmagazine.com, which is a great resource of tutorials from the worlds best artists. If video learning is your thing, then why not try lynda.com for interviews, understanding of all leading design software and sound advice. - 29856

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The Illustrations Of Annabelle Fiset

By Kerisha Collins

Annabelle Fiset is a freelancer, who has mastered graphics, illustration and Art Direction.

Her career began in Quebec City, 1998 and not long after that, she made the move to Montreal to work in advertising. This move was very crucial in expanding Annabelle's understanding of the role and application of image in a communications context.

From this she has gained panoramic vision of the work she would go on to create.

In 2005, she returned to her full-time passion, which is design. Since then, she divides her time between the clients, the agency "Infivia" and the silkscreen workshop.

Annabelle enjoys taking on the tasks asked by clients and her work shows that she takes great pride in the designs she is committing to. She has been very creative with her work as one of her pieces, where she has made portraits from lettered stamps.

She recently returned to the design world to pursue it as a full-time carer, which she divides her time along with the Infiva agency, clients and the silkscreen workshop.

Her approach to the design world with an open and free mind is combined with her desire to produce worthy designs and she has been awarded for her continuous efforts in '05, '08 and '09. Her work has then lead her to work with such companies as, Aliments Alternatifs 2000-Karnivor, Films de l'Oeil inc., Luz Films, Trafic Design. - 29856

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David Fuhrer's Creative Design Work

By Kerisha Collins

Born and raised in Switzerland, this digital art specialist is very advanced with Cartoon, Abstract and Sci-Fi Illustrations.

He believes that growing up in the 90's and having such a good childhood has influenced much of his work.

He would create art from his toys as a child and enjoyed the company of the other kids in his neighbourhood in Switzerland. David has chosen the path of world fiction and surrealism to base his working style from.

David has managed to identify himself from most of other designers with his special designs. As his work is based in its own category of subject, David has successfully differentiated himself from the average designer by selecting this topic of design and applying it to his work.

His online portfolio displays a design piece called "Fake Serie", his faked abstract studies work. He has created this design on what looks to be a wooden floor background and the use of artistic brushes, worked on in Photoshop. In this, David has used.

His work has been displayed in magazines, web pages and books. He has featured in, FWA Web Design ad (Japan), Iniciativa (Cover & Feature), bkanal.ch (Web Feature), Space #27 (Magazine).

David says being creative has always been apart of his life, as you can see from his past events in life. David is now taking up 3D Designing to add to his list of accomplishments of the design world. He will study this technique through to master it as he has done with his other subjects. - 29856

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