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Photography by Maxim Guselnikov

Photography by Maxim Guselnikov

May 3rd, 2015

Portrait Photography by Moscow, Russia based photographer Maxim Guselnikov. More Photos

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Phantom of the Opera by Mark Hamilton

Phantom of the Opera by Mark Hamilton

April 30th, 2015

Dose of portrait photography by Mark Hamilton, an artist from Hamilton City, New Zealand. Visit Mark Hamilton

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Minimal Form by Jean-Michel Verbeeck

Minimal Form by Jean-Michel Verbeeck

April 30th, 2015

Collection of inspiring 3d digital artworks by an artist from Belgium, Jean-Michel Verbeeck. Visit Jean-michel Verbeeck

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Illustrations by Jade Mere

Illustrations by Jade Mere

April 30th, 2015

Set of creative illustrations by US-based artist Jade Mere. Visit Jade Mere

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Red-haired by Andrey Yakovlev Lili Aleeva

Red-haired by Andrey Yakovlev Lili Aleeva

April 30th, 2015

Set of brilliant fashion portrait photography by Andrey Yakovlev Lili Aleeva. Visit Andrey Yakovlev Lili Aleeva

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10 Things Every Small Business Website Needs @MediaNovak

The Web is full of horrendous sites, and we’re not just talking about bad design. There are many other elements besides how your website looks that go into making it customer-friendly — not to mention something that inspires them to actually do business with you.

From thorough contact information to customer testimonials, here are the essentials that every small business website should have for it to effectively help you do business.

1. A clear description of who you are

Someone who stumbles upon your website shouldn’t have to do investigative work to figure out what, exactly, it is that you do. That means clearly stating your name and summing up your products or services right on the homepage, says John Zhuang, of Web-design and SEO-optimization firm Winning Interactive.

“Tell people this is the right website that they have been searching for,” he says. “[A clear description] will attract the visitor’s attention immediately within 2-3 seconds, and encourage them to stay on your website longer.”

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