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37 Awesome Tools To Generate Traffic Pulling Blog Post Ideas

The main concerns many people express while starting their blog is the difficulty in finding good topics for the blog post. Indeed, it is a concern for even regular bloggers to find a steady supply of blog topic ideas.

Here in this article, I will show you the tools that you can use to generate a month worth of blog post ideas in any topic within a few minutes of work. Then, repeat the same process to find the next batch of blog topic ideas.
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Emotion Color Mapping – What Colors To Use In Your Design

Color can influence our perceptions. So it is important to choose the right colors for your design. Design includes Web Design , logo design or any design element that you expose to your customers and readers.
The study of the effects of color on people’s behaviour is called Color Psychology. Did you know that the influence of color on a person’s behaviour is so strong that Blue Street Lights are used to decrease street crimes?
Imagine the role color can have in customers perception and emotional association.
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Giveaways can be a great way of showing off one of your products as well as building up your following on social media or even on an email list. However, there are some important things to remember if you are thinking of running a giveaway.


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11methodsvisual

Blog posts with images get 94% more total views. Visual content attracts social media traffic. Moreover, visual content multiplies the chances of content being shared. There are a number of reasons to create visual content.

How to create great visual content (even if you are not a graphic designer)? This infographic shows you how.
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9 Psychology Lessons To Apply In Your Webdesign (1)

The power to evoke the right emotions in web design and to touch the right cord with your visitors will help making your website popular and improve conversion rates. Luckily, when you’re not running a massive website it’s much easier to make changes to your website design without worrying about any negative consequences.

The paradox of choices

In the year 2000, a couple of psychologists published a very fascinating study. They wanted to see how number of options affects the choices users make. The result of the study was that when there are too many choices, people hesitated from making any choice at all, resulting in lesser sales.

This unbounce casetudy

This Unbounce case study shows limiting choices increases conversions

So, the lesson is that, instead of confusing your customers with too many choices, give only limited path. Make choices easy.
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XHTML (Extensible HyperText Markup Language) is an XML mark up language that extends HTML.

Why XHTML when HTML is already there?

HTML is derived from SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language) and it evolved to be too flexible. The motivation to create a XHTML was to make a more restrictive markup language that conforms to XML.This will allow standard XML parsers to parse XHTML.
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Do you want a local webserver with all the required software – Apache webserver, MySql database, PHP and more – for free? Use it for testing websites, or for learning PHP, Perl or Ruby or just for fun!.
The thing is, you can run it all on your laptop and carry it wherever you go.
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