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I recently stumbled across a great little web application called Nibbler which will do some basic testing on your website and tell you how it could be improved. The free version is limited to a fixed number of pages but it still provides some greet feedback on things that are working well and things that could be improved on your website.
Over the last few weeks, I’ve decided to really step up my efforts to engage in conversations on other blogs. Using a simple blog reader called Feedly, I’ve got a list of most blogs in my industry which I can easily scan through to check for any topics of interest. I’ve read so many articles in the past that I’ve had an opinion on but never put in the time to actually post a response.
Today I launched my new mini web application called The Radarr. This little application is a simple way for people to share knowledge in small digestible chunks. The idea is that if you’ve read something interesting in a book, article or wherever really, the chances are other people will find it interesting too, so share it on The Radarr…
Over the last few weeks I’ve really stepped up the number of blogs I’m reading and commenting on. There is so much great information out there and I feel like I need to take a little more time out of my day to digest it all. I had been visiting each blog individually to read the latest posts but realised pretty quickly that this was an incredibly inefficient way of keeping on top of things. Do you want to know about a better solution?
Paul Boag is the Co-founder of Headscape, a unique digital agency that is focused on evolving client websites through meticulous strategy, planning and implementation. There he’s focussed on digital strategy, helping clients create a digital vision…
As a freelancer what tools do you find yourself using every single day? Not just software but other things linked directly or indirectly to the work you do. Here are the 5 things I’m constantly using and what I think is great about them.