Posts in the Reviews category

John Jantsch of Ducttapemarketing.com often shares quick, helpful marketing tools and strategies with his followers. In his review of the new “cards” feature rolled-out by YouTube, which allows you to add links at selected points in your video, John notes how the native YouTube cardsRead more

Jetpack WordPress plugin logo

The Jetpack plugin from the folks at WordPress includes (as of now) 15 modules to extend the control, presentation and reach of your WordPress website. The most recent addition—Custom CSS—adds one of the most useful features for designers and webmasters who have some CSS (CascadingRead more

A Lunapic poster, created at Lunapic.com

Like PicMonkey and Photoshop Express, LunaPic (at Lunapic.com) is a free online photo editor with some impressive features. In fact, if you compare features between these three web apps, LunaPic wins hands down. With LunaPic you can edit photos and images, apply filters and effects,Read more

AIM blog demonstration photo of what you can do with PicMonkey.com

Picnik—the online photo-editor that pioneered the genre—is officially out to lunch (and it’s not coming back), but hold back those tears long enough to say hello to PicMonkey. PicMonkey.com offers many of the same features once found in Picnik, and that isn’t surprising since theRead more

The editing screen of the WYSIWYG Widgets WordPress plugin is explained by AIMBIZ.com

The standard WordPress Text widget is fine for anyone who knows HTML, but for the millions of WordPress users who wouldn’t know a closed tag from a ham sandwich the Text widget just doesn’t cut the mustard. Now, thanks to Danny van Kooten, a youngRead more

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