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A couple of interesting quick links

27.03.2012 - 15:57

Society6 is a marketplace for affordable art. Pretty much anyone can post and sell their artworks, including prints, canvases, hoodies and iPhone cases. Maybe I'll throw in a couple of iPhone cases for you to buy. Would you be interested?

A good basic list of 3 things Pinterest users should do isn't only for existing pinners. It's also a simple reminder for business owners and brand representatives.

Fredric Paul gives on RWW considerable points why employers shouldn't be asking for the Facebook passwords of their employees or potential employees. In my opinion the best point of Take My Facebook Password? Over My Dead Body is at the end: The security. Haven't we all learned by now we shouldn't give our passwords to anyone?

If you understand Finnish, there's a new Ellit.fi blog for you: Collaborative blog by FC Enkelit has just been launched. For starters see the introduction to the team and the bloggers.

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I'm Mervi Emilia Eskelinen, an artist, and a multi-talent of web visibility and branding from Finland. I help indie businesses, freelancers and bloggers to stand out online. I have 18 years of experience and a formal education in everything about web design and development, branding and online marketing.

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3 comments for "A couple of interesting quick links"

Niko's picture

I'll have to take a look at those Pinterest tips. So far I've been randomly pinning this and that without really getting to know the service too well.

Off the topic, this layout looks pretty wide on my monitor. I like the 660px (or so) width on the frontpage better.

Mervi's picture

Hmm... Which device were you viewing the site with? Cause the text area is about 660px width...

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So it seems that the mobile version was for some reason shown to Niko there. In case this happens, I included links on the very end of every page (below the footer disclaimer) for switching between the mobile and the full version of the site.

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