In today's roundup, we have a review of the new Tesco tablet, news of Amazon's upcoming EU investigation and how to make your Windows fonts look like Mac fonts.
I thought for this article we'd have a little change from my writing and look back at what we've published on The Webmaster Centre website on this subject, because actually, I couldn't really say it any better!
Let's start with domain names.
We admit it. Sometimes, when we are asked for a quote, we sigh. Not because we don't want to quote for a website - it's our foundation, it's what we love to do: building a marketing tool that will bring in more enquiries and more sales gives us a great buzz. No, we sigh because sometimes, the way we're asked for a quote, we know there's a lot of educating to do.
Take these examples:
Many of us have been through this: we spend a long time composing an engaging, interesting, well-written newsletter with the perfect images to go with the articles all perfectly positioned. We send it out, only to discover that the open rate has dropped from average. What's happened? If this is the case, or you've got an unusually high bounce rate, you could be looking at a spam filter problem.