How to check if your email has been blacklisted

April 18th, 2010

Ever started to get those not delivered emails in your inbox? It’s annoying, especially if you have sent some important emails to clients or partners. Often it is because of the recipients spam filter or a large file that is too big. But sometimes it can be your email that has been blacklisted. And that can be a big problem. I just had this problem not that long ago so I thought I would just share the tools I used to figure out what was wrong. So here are some ways to check if you have been blacklisted.

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14 places to find free quality fonts

March 28th, 2010

A special font is a great way to make your website, poster, CD cover etc. stand out. There’s a lot of free fonts on the web, most of them are quite bad, so you have to go through a lot of site to find the good ones so I thought I would save you some of the trouble and share my bookmarks. These are the websites I use to find good quality fonts online.

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Ideas to increase conversion rate

March 23rd, 2010

Conversion rate – the number of conversions made divided by the number of total visits. It’s the holy grail of e-commerce websites, it’s the figure that every webshop tries to optimize and the number that management is never really satisfied with. There are some basic things, that you can do, to help users get through your conversion process.

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8 ways to get more out of your google analytics data

March 15th, 2010

Knowing how many visits/pageviews you have or how much traffic Google is sending your way, is a good way to measure your online marketing effort, but there’s a bunch of good opportunities to make your site better and finding new ways to go with your content in Google Analytics that, sadly, is overlooked by many people who have installed GA on their sites. Here’s 8 ways that could give you a better understanding of your visitors and their needs. And they do not require any customization of your GA account.
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