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The Benefits of Floating and Why You Need to Try it. (This is a video of Joe Rogan explaining the life changing benefits of floating) If you haven’t heard of floatation therapy yet or maybe you have but you’ve yet to try it, let me give you a brief description of what it is. Floatation therapy is where you enter into what is known as an isolation tank or pod which is filled with around 800 to 1000 pounds of Epsom salt that is dissolved in about 10 inches of water. The water is heated to the same temperature range as your body (around 35.5 degrees Celsius). This set up allows you to experience a near zero gravity feeling. Since the water is the same temperature as your body, if you are able to relax enough, you can escape the feeling that it’s there. Then eventually it can become just you and your mind. Now, I have had the unique privilege of working at a float center in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada called Floatique Rest Center. Deep Relaxation If there is one thing that floating does best it would have to be deep relaxation.

Stress Management. Don’t Understand Web Design Talk? Here’s 38 Terms You Need to Know. Are you in the process of getting a new website designed? Are you struggling to understand the terminology your designer is using? When we engage with clients we try to use as little industry speak as we can, but sometimes it’s unavoidable to throw in terms a newbie may not understand. So when we saw this article from HubSpot we knew anyone involved in the web design process would find it helpful. We’ve given it the infographic treatment below. Related Website Tips: 6 Scientific Ways to Influence and Persuade Your Visitors Looking for ways to make more of your website visitors convert into customers?

In "Infographics" Why Colour Matters When You are Designing Your Website and Logo If you’re in the process of starting a new business, or rebranding an existing one, the colours you are going to use on your website and logo should be one of the biggest questions you ask yourself. 26 Things You Should Know Before You Buy a New Website Buying a new website can be a daunting process for some. 12 Critical Elements Every Website Homepage Must Have. If you’re considering a website redesign or are wondering how to generate more leads from your website, it's a good idea to start with your homepage. Serving as your company's virtual front door, this page is generally responsible for drawing in a majority of your website's traffic.

And despite its prominence, many businesses struggle to optimize it properly. You see, your homepage needs to wear a lot of hats. Rather than treating it like a dedicated landing page built around one particular action, it should be designed to serve different audiences, from different origins. And in order to do so effectively, it needs to be built with purpose.

So to improve the performance of your homepage, check out the following infographic detailing 12 critical elements every homepage must have. Download our collection of website homepage design examples here to see how these elements come together. 12 Critical Elements Every Website Homepage Must Have Share this Image On Your Site 1) Headline 5) Benefits. Five real-life website mistakes – and what you can learn from them. Every business makes mistakes. But in this age of social media, news of online errors spreads faster than ever. We examine five high-profile mistakes and explain what lessons we can all learn from them. 1. M&S sees its online sales suffer Famous retailer Marks and Spencer spent £150m on an all-new website earlier this year. Three months later, the company's online sales were down 8%. This happens a lot. The lesson: Slick design isn't enough to make your website a success.

You can find out by carrying out market research and getting customers involved during the design process. 2. As mistakes go, they don't get much more basic than this. And it’s not just Emirates. If your business relies on its domain name for website traffic and email, make sure you've set it up to renew automatically. You can also purchase domain names for long periods — up to ten years, in some cases — to reduce the risk of unintended expiry. 3.

Good web hosting goes a long way towards solving this. 4. The lessons: 5. Media Enquiries | Oasis. What Your 'About Us' Page Isn't Doing. The humble About Us page: it’s one of the most visited pages on any site and also one of the most neglected and overlooked. We chatted with some of our favorite digital marketing experts on what’s usually missing to give you an easy checklist for your own site. Mistake #1: Not including contact information. Joanna Lord, BigDoor You read that correctly. Some businesses just don't include basics like telephone numbers and addresses -- and don't add new locations when their business expands. “The biggest mistake for small businesses is not putting their address, contact information and hours of business front and center. Too often small businesses think because it’s on local review sites or their homepage or footer it doesn’t also have to be clearly present on the About Us page.”

Mistake #2. Related: 4 Secrets to Multichannel Success Mistake #3: Neglecting to explain how great you are Eric Siu, Single Grain If you offer a standout product service, here's your chance to remind people. 10 point checklist to creating a home on the web. If this is your year to start a business, you’ll want a new website to go with that new venture. Leading UK website builder, Moonfruit, offers a 10 point checklist for creating a home on the web that will attract traffic, create a professional image and turn browsers into buyers. 1. What type of site do you want?

Are you selling a product? Interested in blogging? Using a website as a professional portfolio warrants different goals. 2. When deciding on a site look and feel, it’s worth making a list of websites you already like. 3. A personalised domain helps with so many things: branding, professionalism and SEO being 3 key reasons you should invest in one (they don’t cost very much, either). 4. Pictures are so important. 5. While saying it in 140 characters is fine for some, having killer copy can really help your website stand out. 6.

Optimising your website for search engines to find takes time and patience, but it is worth it in the end. 7. 8. 9. Not so important for hobbyists. 10. 4 free tools for watermarking your images. The argument for watermarking your images can be slightly divisive. Those against it argue that adding a watermark wouldn’t deter someone dead set on stealing an image for long. Those for it counter that watermarking, at the very least, provides an extra hurdle to clear for people wanting to swipe photos. Whatever your opinion, watermarking doesn’t need to be time consuming or cost anything. We rounded up 4 free tools for watermarking your images, and tested them out on our puppy friend, Romy. Picmarkr Picmarkr lets you upload single or multiple photos for watermarking. You can change the text, opacity and alignment of the watermark, then upload directly to Facebook, Picasa or Flickr.

Picmarkr Watermark Watermark requires you to sign up for a free account before you can use it but it boasts a slick interface and is really user-friendly. Watermark Watermark Images An easy to use website with no sign-up required. Watermark Images Visual Watermark. Not Just for Data Geeks? Why Marketers Need to Know Excel. Marketing definitely has an artistic side -- from writing compelling copy, to designing eye-catching visuals, to launching innovative campaigns. But in the digital age, in which data and analytics are increasingly becoming the de facto language of marketing (and sales) organizations, art has started to take a backseat to science. What does that mean for us marketers? That it's time for us to close PowerPoint (just for a few minutes!) And learn how to master another application in our Office suite: Excel.

Excel isn't just for the "data geeks" of the marketing world. It's for every marketer -- and every marketing team -- who has a vested interest in measuring performance and reporting on what's working and what isn't. Every HubSpot team uses Excel in one way or another. Keep on reading below to hear my fellow HubSpot marketers weigh in on why they find Excel so valuable. You've Got the Power According to HubSpot CMO Mike Volpe, that's some pretty powerful stuff.

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