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RFP – Random Friday Post

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RFP: Many Thank You’s

It’s Friday but truly my Wednesday and I’m feeling a little emotional and wanted to take a few minutes to say Thank You for everything that happened this last week and am very much looking forward to the next! Have a great weekend!

1. Thank You
– to the following new Nevada web design clients and new Oregon web design client for allowing all of us at Westward Strategy to work with you and your business. We truly appreciate the relationships.

Nevada Web Design and Nevada SEO Clients

Oregon Web Design

  • Paramount Bedding – Best Bedding in Oregon

2. Thank You to ‘The FNG’
– this was a great first week and we look forward to many more (well actually, I better take that back and give you another week before I make up my mind: HA – you know I’m kiddin’!)

3. Thank You Annie
– We’re getting you a spiked collar for that unleashed Bulldog I know you are. Your generiosity does not go without notice.

4. Thank You
– to everyone that still builds some things using tables so I don’t feel all that outdated.

5. Thank You Chris
– for burning a copy of the New Metallica CD: Happy Death Magnetic Day. I needed a break from JT.

RFP – Random Friday Post

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I usually try to post something somewhat web industry related for my Random Friday Post, but this is just too cool to pass up.

This is for anyone that has ever dreamed of flying and by that I mean soaring high above the earth like a jet. Score one for Fusionman, Yves Rossy. Absolutely amazing!

Although I have no idea what the narrator is saying, I love the epic superhero music in the background.

Go here and here for more.

RFP – Random Friday Post

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Web Monkey… HTML Snob… CSS Guru… Code Elitist… Stylesheet Wizard…

Yep, I’ve been called all of those names and more. Honestly, I’m ok with it because I recognize I have a problem. It’s called addiction. It’s an evil, vile thing that controls me like nothing else ever has. It causes cold sweats, blurry eyes and many late nights in front of my laptop. I call it “a love”, but I know better. It’s like a physical dependency on oxygen. I gotta have my xhtml and css!

Of course I am talking about being addicted to web design. If your heart is beating faster and your palms are sweating just from reading this you may be addicted too! Follow the link below to read the symptoms of this horrible addiction. If you find out you are addicted to web design, we may be able to help you feed your craving!

You Know You’re Addicted To Web Design If…

RFP – Random Friday Post

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The best SEO Scam I have seen thus far!This is my favorite snake oil salesman trick I have seen yet (click image for full size image). Make your offer letter look like an invoice and bank that people will pay it without thoroughly reading it! Brilliant!

They’re really counting on two things here:

  1. You’re too stupid to understand what this is and you’ll pay it out of fear.
  2. You’re too busy to read it, investigate the company and then determine if you need to pay it so you just pay it anyways.

Have a Great Weekend!

RFP – Random Friday Post (Last One of 2007!)

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Yeah it’s been posted everywhere and it has become old, flat and tired, but I don’t care! I am posting it again because it hits so close to home for those of us involved in this wacky web world that everyone needs to see it a few more times. So, what do you think 2008 will bring?

Here’s my predictions:

  • Everyone and their dog will say they do web design and SEO/SEM for $199 (or even $25). Nothing says craptastic quite like this!
  • Google will roll at least one update as large or larger than the PageRank Update before the end of summer. Some Internet Marketers will cry for their mommy.
  • More legacy web giants will shut their doors or be bought out.
  • Counter design trends (or anti-trends) will take over a considerable amount of the market. Too-huge, glossy buttons will go back into the designer’s toolbox. Watch for urbanized designs, especially in logos, to explode.
  • White will become the new black, which is actually blue.

Happy New Year!