December 15th, 2016
by Quertime Writer in Web Design
Who needs a portfolio? Anyone who is involved in project work, anyone looking for a job, anyone who might be looking for a job at some points in the future, and any entrepreneur or freelancer who is looking for clients.
This covers a large group of people. Whether you are a designer, developer, artist, musician, writer, marketer, project director, engineer, architect, consultant, researcher, lawyer, or simply a student, your professional portfolio will become a key piece of your professional life. Read more…
March 25th, 2015
by Quertime Writer in Web Tools
Ecommerce is exploding and many businesses have gone online to increase their customer base and churn up more sales revenues. You too can benefit from the growing popularity of online shopping provided you have the right platform that acts as the much needed springboard to successfully launch your online business.
However, making the right choice from so many available eCommerce platforms can be a time consuming and laborious process. I’ve tried to make this job a little easier. Here is a list of 5 excellent eCommerce platforms that will empower you to create the perfect online store for your business, regardless of your web programming or design experience. Read more…
February 8th, 2015
by Quertime Writer in Tutorials
If you are a small business owner with a brick and mortar store, chances are that you have already been approached by web design agencies in your neighborhood soliciting your interest in them building a website for you. Whether or not you have accepted the offer, the bottom line is that it is 2015 and every business needs to have an online presence. The benefits of owning a website far outweigh the cost and investment required to build and manage an online presence.
But what if you cannot afford to spend hundreds, if not thousands of dollars that the web design companies charge? There are always free or cheaper alternatives available. In this tutorial, we will take you through the step by step instructions that one should follow to build and manage their own website. What’s more – the annual costs should not be more than the cost of a couple of meals. So let us get started: Read more…
For anyone new to building and running websites, one of the most challenging aspects will be getting used to all of the new terminology and deciphering what each word or phrase means with regards to what you are trying to do. Two such phrases that you’ll likely hear thrown around a lot are “content management systems” and “site builders”. While there aren’t too many “definition” tutorials out there about the differences between content management systems and site builders, advice articles about building your own website will still use the words and expect you to know what they mean.
To help you with this, we’ve put together everything that you need to know about site builders vs. content management systems, all here in one place. Let’s get started! Read more…