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Carbon Copy Hiring

By Buildrr Blogger | January 15, 2008

“What an idiot!?, you say to yourself as you sign off on a Job Offer letter for the third highly questionable candidate this month. “How could he think that guy has what it takes!?, you mutter on the way back to your office, “It’s just like the other two people that he hired last week.…

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Why a Web Page Needs to Load Quickly for Search Optimization

By Buildrr Blogger | January 14, 2008

On your mark… Get set… GO! You have 2-5 seconds. If your web page does not load within that time, the back button is being pushed. The search engines know if a user clicks a result to your site. They also know if the user stays on your site or comes right back to try…

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PayPal Subscription and Payment Plan Buttons Integrated with Aweber

By Buildrr Blogger | January 13, 2008

If you have a subscription service, or payment plan button on your website and you’ve tried to integrate it with Aweber so that the payee is automatically subscribed to your Aweber Newsletter, then you may have come across the problem that Aweber only supports a Buy It Now button or link. Using PHP (and lots…

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Free Sample Thank You Note Book from Ultimate Resumes

By Buildrr Blogger | December 29, 2007

Awhile back I wrote a post about an ebook of sample thank you notes that I wrote. I have received numerous requests for the ebook so I have decided to simply make it available for download on the Ultimate Resumes website. I don’t seem to be able to put downloadable files here on my blog…

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An Entrepreneur You Should Know: Mike Beal, Inventor of “Tamper Tell”

By Buildrr Blogger | December 20, 2007

A friend of mine here in Austin is a really interesting guy named Mike Beal. He started a company, Beal Solutions, which provides packaging, just-in-time-delivery, and logistics services to big companies like Dell. Mike’s products and services eliminate waste, reduce freight cost, and are environmentally friendly. He does a lot of international work and has…

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WordPress vs. Movable Type vs. Drupal vs. Joomla

By Buildrr Blogger | December 19, 2007

In the past, I’ve written that Movable Type and WordPress were on almost even footing. This is simply no longer the case. WordPress is better, faster, and stronger. WordPress can be setup in minutes, the admin tool allows you to use it as a complete CMS (Content Management System), and the pages are coded for…

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One of the many FAQ’s for website owners just starting out.

By Buildrr Blogger | December 4, 2007

Inbound links are what it’s called when another website displays a link to your website. Search engines then read that link as someone endorsing your site, so the more endorsements to your site the higher your site ranks, and the quicker your site gets updated by search engines when you add new information. One way…

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Movable Type 4.0.1 vs. WordPress 2.3.1

By Buildrr Blogger | October 30, 2007

I’ve done numerous jobs on both wordpress and movable type and admittedly it is very hard to come to a conclusion about which one I prefer. I use wordpress as a content management tool for slickricky.com, but I use movable type for at least three major clients. If you forced me to choose between the…

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Ad placement optimization is for more than just ads…

By Buildrr Blogger | October 6, 2007

Here’s a great article about ad placement on forums from Google.  Even if you don’t run a forum it makes good sense to look at things from a users point of view and anticipate how their eyes will move around your page.  This makes sense for every action you want users to take on your site, not just ad clicking. …

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When marketing your company pay attention to what the best marketers do, and copy them.

By Buildrr Blogger | March 26, 2006

My example for this article is the Nike shoe company. When it comes to marketing you’d be hard pressed to find a company that does it better than Nike. How else could you sell shoes that cost about $5.00 to make for well over $100? Can you come close to competing with their multi-million dollar…

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