web development

An index of blog posts tagged ‘web development’ here at MarkCz.com.
Posting on Facebook: Content creator or slave?

Posting on Facebook: Content creator or slave?

Consider this aspect of Facebook's business model: There are currently some 500 million people creating content for Facebook, yet Facebook pays them nothing. Social media The implications of the social media revolution hit me one morning when I came down to the...

Making the most of a website traffic spike

Making the most of a website traffic spike

Among the many other goals I have in life, I would like to see this blog earning $200 per day, every day. It's not there yet — but when you have seen $100 days, $200 does not seem impossible. Plus, since hearing about Dole Foods billionaire David Murdoch, Amy and I...

How to start a business, for freelance graphic designers

How to start a business, for freelance graphic designers

With more people turning to freelance jobs — freelance writing jobs, freelance design jobs, freelance work of all kinds — in the aftermath of the economic crisis, it's helpful to have some solid advice on the topic of how to start a business. How do you write a...

Website redesign, domain change

Website redesign, domain change

Testing, 1, 2, 3. Is this thing on? We've just gone through a domain change. And a website redesign. Between designing other people's websites to help them make more money, and working on this site to make it more effective, I feel like I've been living underground...

Web analytics tools: Clicky Web Analytics in real time

Web analytics tools: Clicky Web Analytics in real time

Back at the dawn of the Web, it was customary to include a little, odometer-style hit counter on your Web pages to record each pageview. Often, just checking the counter might account for the majority of its total. From there, you would generally move on to monitor...

George W. Bush library pays $35,000 for Web domain name

George W. Bush library pays $35,000 for Web domain name

The web domain name for the George W. Bush library was in the news today on NPR's Morning Edition: The name is www.GeorgeWBushLibrary.com. A Florida firm was handling Web services for the presidential library. The Dallas Morning News reports that the company's rights...

Social media smorgasbord: Four weeks wandering Web 2.0

Nothing in particular has inspired any new blog posts here in recent weeks. Instead, I've spent much of my free time playing around with a few of the endless new gizmos that are hatching every minute in the now four-year-old world of "Web 2.0," the cross-fed,...

Twitter it away

There has been quite a lot of Internet buzz in the last month or three over Twitter. It's a Web 2.0 service that encourages you to publicly post (via Web, IM, or text message) very short descriptions of whatever you happen to be doing at the moment. [includeme...

My website fell asleep

Holy smokes! Six weeks have gone by. There was a phone call at the end of August about developing a small Web site. The next thing I knew, I was sitting down in my office every morning at 6 a.m., walking downstairs for dinner...

web development

An index of blog posts tagged ‘web development’ here at MarkCz.com.

Posting on Facebook: Content creator or slave?

Consider this aspect of Facebook's business model: There are currently some 500 million people creating content for Facebook, yet Facebook pays them nothing. Social media The implications of the social media revolution hit me one morning when I came down to the...

Making the most of a website traffic spike

Among the many other goals I have in life, I would like to see this blog earning $200 per day, every day. It's not there yet — but when you have seen $100 days, $200 does not seem impossible. Plus, since hearing about Dole Foods billionaire David Murdoch, Amy and I...

How to start a business, for freelance graphic designers

With more people turning to freelance jobs — freelance writing jobs, freelance design jobs, freelance work of all kinds — in the aftermath of the economic crisis, it's helpful to have some solid advice on the topic of how to start a business. How do you write a...

Website redesign, domain change

Testing, 1, 2, 3. Is this thing on? We've just gone through a domain change. And a website redesign. Between designing other people's websites to help them make more money, and working on this site to make it more effective, I feel like I've been living underground...

Web analytics tools: Clicky Web Analytics in real time

Back at the dawn of the Web, it was customary to include a little, odometer-style hit counter on your Web pages to record each pageview. Often, just checking the counter might account for the majority of its total. From there, you would generally move on to monitor...

George W. Bush library pays $35,000 for Web domain name

The web domain name for the George W. Bush library was in the news today on NPR's Morning Edition: The name is www.GeorgeWBushLibrary.com. A Florida firm was handling Web services for the presidential library. The Dallas Morning News reports that the company's rights...

Social media smorgasbord: Four weeks wandering Web 2.0

Nothing in particular has inspired any new blog posts here in recent weeks. Instead, I've spent much of my free time playing around with a few of the endless new gizmos that are hatching every minute in the now four-year-old world of "Web 2.0," the cross-fed,...

Twitter it away

There has been quite a lot of Internet buzz in the last month or three over Twitter. It's a Web 2.0 service that encourages you to publicly post (via Web, IM, or text message) very short descriptions of whatever you happen to be doing at the moment. [includeme...

My website fell asleep

Holy smokes! Six weeks have gone by. There was a phone call at the end of August about developing a small Web site. The next thing I knew, I was sitting down in my office every morning at 6 a.m., walking downstairs for dinner...

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