Big Savings on WebAssist Dreamweaver Extensions through June 27!

Posted on June 9, 2008
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Through June 27, 2008, WebAssist is having their Summer Sale. Take 50% off any of their Dreamweaver extensions for savings up to $450! 

WebAssist extensions make dynamic Dreamweaver development easier by doing most of the coding for you. Create full-featured websites from scratch and build extensive database-driven sites without having to touch the code. For more information and to view Summer Sale pricing, visit WebAssist.

Download Dreamweaver CS4 beta at Adobe Labs

Posted on May 30, 2008
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UPDATE: Adobe has announced September 23, 2008, as the date of the official unveiling of Creative Suite 4. They will announce the actual release dates of the Suite at that time. You can register for a special web broadcast of the announcement and Creative Suite 4 features at Adobe.com.

Adobe Labs has just released beta versions of both Dreamweaver CS4 and Fireworks CS4. The beta versions can be used for two days unless you provide a valid CS3 serial number which will extend the beta until the final release date. Read more

FreshSqueeze – A free affiliate marketing squeeze page template

Posted on May 7, 2008
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NEW! I took some of the function of FreshSqueeze and built a new WordPress theme called FlexSqueeze that allows you to instantly create squeeze pages from directly within your WordPress blog! It also comes with over 250 bitmap squeeze page images such as action buttons, bursts, icons, bullets, etc. I also created the Squeeze Page Vector Pack that has all the bitmap images in vector format for easy editing. You can view both of them at FlexibilityTheme.com!

If you’ve been on the web for more than 10 minutes, you’ve probably seen some really bad squeeze pages created by affiliate marketers. For those who don’t know what a squeeze page is, it’s simply a page that has limited or no navigation and the primary purpose is to drive the reader to your offer and either get them to subscribe to your email list (usually for a free eBook or PDF download) or to convert a sale or click-through to your affiliate.

The text is massive, bright yellow highlighting is overused and they try to convey a personal touch by adding a script signature at the bottom with multiple testimonials and claims of how their product will change your life.  We’re not crazy about these pages, we’re just trying to make them a little more attractive. Read more

Free website templates that ROCK!

Posted on May 2, 2008
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There are a lot of places you can get free website templates on the web, some are OK and are just downright bad. There are very few places, however, where you can download templates that are made specifically for Dreamweaver. Of these, there are none that 1) look good 2) W3C validate and 3) include the source graphics file to make customizing the graphics easy.

All that has now changed! JustDreamweaver has released a bunch of brand new free website templates that are almost all exclusively built for Dreamweaver, include the .dwt file, are XHTML 1.0 valid, are AdSense-ready and INCLUDE the original Fireworks files with all the vector images, slices and optimization.

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Yahoo Search Marketing takes a page from the AdWords book

Posted on April 16, 2008
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Yahoo Search Marketing, the pay-per-click arm of Yahoo advertising, is making changes that more closely resemble the Google AdWords pricing philosophy. Yahoo has required minimum bids on both the sponsored search and the content match networks be a minimum of $.10 per click. Starting soon, Yahoo will move to more of an AdWords quality score rating system that will impact the minimum bids required on the sponsored search network. Read more

Interspire Shopping Cart Revolutionizes E-commerce

Posted on April 3, 2008
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Interpire Shopping Cart was recently released, which is their updated version of StoreSuite. After taking a look at the features included with Shopping Cart, this is one shopping cart system that will impress anyone looking for an easy way to build an attractive online store with built-in email marketing capability. Read more

New Cross-browser CSS Navigation Extension for Dreamweaver

Posted on March 15, 2008
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An easy way to build CSS navigation in Dreamweaver is here! WebAssist CSS Menu Writer is their newest Dreamweaver extension that creates horizontal or vertical CSS navigation menus from an easy-to-use wizard interface.

Menu Writer can create automated or even dynamic Dreamwaver CSS menus and gives you complete control over the menu through the CSS via the tabbed menu manager. Read more

The Official Guide to Building AdSense Websites that WORK!

Posted on February 26, 2008
Filed Under Adwords and PPC Marketing, Affiliate Marketing | 2 Comments

We all want to be rich, right?  Isn’t that why you’re reading this article?  You are looking for a way to maximize your web space and make money with your website.  There are a ton of different ways to make money online, but one of the easiest ways to monetize your website is through Google AdSense. Read more

eCommerce Suite makes custom shopping carts easy

Posted on February 22, 2008
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If you’ve ever tried to develop a custom shopping cart for your website, you probably quickly found the limitations of bundled shopping cart software.  You don’t want the same generic shopping experience as thousands of other sites, but customizing your shopping cart can be difficult, if not impossible, for the average website owner.  WebAssist’s eCommerce Suite is a Dreamweaver shopping cart extension that allows “the average Joe” to create a full-featured, custom shopping cart. Read more

Top Dreamweaver Extensions for Building PHP, ASP or CF Websites

Posted on February 14, 2008
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Whether you prefer PHP, ASP or ColdFusion, Adobe Dreamweaver and a set of extensions from WebAssist can turn an ordinary website into a dynamic database-driven workhorse that rivals those from professional developers costing tens of thousands of dollars.

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