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As a first step in setting up a new PayPal account, you have to list the business name contact under which the account will be known to PayPal (and posted on a lot ofyour client-facing PayPal correspondence). Before you fill out this field, think carefully...think strategically...because once done, it is a colossal pain to change. Want to guess how we know this? You got it...recently had to review for one of our clients.We would recommend that you make this your business name, since you never know if you will retire to the tropics, lose your CPA, etc. Just so you're informed,...
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In order to determine how individual pages are faring in terms of visitors and other handy Analytics information from Google: Log into your Google Analytics account (www.google.com/analytics). Select "View Report" for the web site you wish to review. From the main Analytics report for your account, go to: Content (left menu), then In-Page Analytics (left sub-menu) This gives you a representation of your site with click info for each link. Just drill down to your desired page from your standard web site navigation. When your page displays, you can see the Content Detail on the left, showing pageviews, uniqueviews, bounce rate, etc....
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1. Open the respective article and click the image manager button. 2. Within the image manager, create a directory. (ex: myphotos) 3. Click on the new directory and upload your images. (For proper viewing, ensure they are no larger than 900px wide or 900px tall before uploading) 4. Once all photos are uploaded, close the image manager. 5. Within the article add for example {gallery}myphotos{/gallery} and press apply. 6. View the article from the front end of the website. All images existing in the directory: "myphotos", will be automatically presented as an image gallery.  ***Pre-sizing images to one standard size (ex:...
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One of our favorite tools on the Internet--you know, one of those where you slap your forehead and say, "Doh, wish I had thought of that!"--is Logo Tournament. The concept and functionality are excellent. It is the definition of free enterprise on a global level! Kudos to Tyler and his team for creating an environment that allows a fairly succinct managment tool for a very difficult process. The quality of designs is nothing short of spectacular, as long as you know how to make the tool work for you. The basic concept: you, the Contest Holder, develop a creative brief by...
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Choosing an eCommerce Solution

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When you start the journey of selecting an eCommerce platform, the options can be daunting (and expensive). In order to choose the right option, it is important to know what features you really require for eCommerce. Here is our starter list of some of the top questions you should be able to answer: 1) How many products (skus) do you have? 2) How many categories of products do you have? 3) What type of payment do you expect to take? 4) Does your pricing account for handling and fees from transaction processing companies (PayPal, Authorize.net)? 5) How will you ship? 6) How...
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