Since they are so marvelous, I had to make use of them. Some of the scripts were described as simple. Indeed most of them are very simple to use. However, when I looked at their source codes, they are extremely gibberish to me. I really marvel at the work done by the programmers of these scripts. Perhaps in the future, I might want to pursue this line of programming activity. I can see great possibilities there.

My email newsletter, Quick Tips from Marketing Mentor, goes out weekly, and between the writing, editing, and layout, I spend approximately one hour on each issue. My blogging takes a half-hour on a Sunday morning. That’s when I draft and schedule my three posts for the week. Each one is usually no longer than a paragraph or two with a couple of links. At least one post is simply a link to an article I like, plus a little intro from me about why I think it’s relevant. If your e-letter goes out more frequently – like Early to rise – the time you spend on it expands by leaps and bounds.

Use JavaScript to include a custom font on your webpages. Libraries like Typekit and Google Web Fonts make it easy to include esoteric fonts on webpages, even if most visitors don’t have those fonts on their computers. It works by embedding the font itself into JavaScript so that it can be decoded by the client on the fly.

The best web design software program for Linux users is made by Komodo. If you do a lot of XML Komodo Edit is considered the best there is for an editor. This editor is free and also works well for HTML editing. If you need more capability you can purchase Komodo IDE for 5. It contains more features such as debugging, interactive shells, SCC and PDK integration.

No need to learn HTML – This means you can build your website even if you do not have a background on HTML, though HTML knowledge is a plus. Web building is easier if you use software because it already has a built-in Html coding. No more hassle in learning HTML codes and programs.

For example, my Quicken ad is on the page where I discuss how I use Quicken, a link to Amazon is on the page where I have reviewed Jim Cramer’s Real Money, and a new site that I found, that offers coupons to major stores is on this page as well as on the article, “Getting More Value Out of what You Buy.” I chose to place my ads that way because I want them to really be a natural fit with my content; I don’t just want the site to become a big advertising space. Also, I do not want to spend a ton of time on affiliations: I want to spend time on content and traffic. The affiliations are not hard once you get the hang of it.

Many use the methods I will share with you and charge you, the customer, hundreds, even thousands of pounds by bombarding you with computer jargon and technical information that is designed to baffle and confuse.