Archive for December, 2014
As Christmas looms large on the horizon, it’s crunch-time for anyone who hasn’t yet gotten their Christmas cards out, which also means there’s little time left for anyone who hasn’t taken their Christmas pictures yet, either. The only problem is that both the Post Office and photographers are pretty booked up at this time.
Instead, why not make things easier for yourself and just use your own point and shoot camera to take it? Here are a few tips to help!
Get Something to Stabilize the Camera.
First things first, you’re going to want something that will stabilize your point and shoot digital camera. Online digital camera stores sell tripods and other accessories that are litera
Cyber attacks are growing in frequency every year. Everything from hackers and identity-thieves to malware and viruses can leave your system ravaged and in need of repair. In 2013, research indicated that damaging and malicious programs for smart-phones had increased to only a little less than 150,000, more than triple that of 2012. In a climate such as this, IT support has become an incredibly essential service.
Computer services allows the typical user access to IT professionals who can help them recover information, protect against viruses and hackers, and keep their private information private. New technology has revolutionized how we go about our daily business, and things such as banking are now available on phones. Still, a 2013 survey revealed that one third of users wouldn’t t
There are few things more fun to modern mobile device users than busting out their smartphones, and having super selfie sessions with their friends, their pets, or just by themselves. According to Google, 93 million selfies are taken every day, in fact.
With so many self-portraits to compete with, yours has to really stand out if you want to get as many new likes and followers as possible. Here are a few tips to help you have a more productive digital camera shoot.
Get a Selfie Stick.
Maybe you’ve seen them around, and maybe you haven’t. A lot of people have been investing in the “selfie stick” — a little rod with a claw at the end that can fit a smartphone or other digital camera for the express purpose of allowing a person to take better selfies from a distance. By
In the age of brand marketing, the best website design companies stay up to date on how people are interacting with the web, the latest trends in internet marketing strategy, and which previous approaches are no longer engaging people. While you ideally want your website to be built once and have it function properly across a variety of devices/screens, a market savvy designer is going to help you keep it up to current snuff. In other words, what works now may not work in 3 years. That’s just the nature of marketing.
Most recently, content marketing seems to be the winning market strategy for strong branding, and four specific types of content seem to rise to the top of the heap. Here they are, in no particular order:
The basic idea here is that people respo