PhotoBiz Now Offers Two Website Solutions for Small Businesses


Greensboro, NC (PRWEB) April 17, 2013

PhotoBiz has always provided high calibre website solutions for its customers. The majority of these customers are wedding and portrait photographers. Over time many photographers began to advocate PhotoBiz to others to promote their own businesses. Florists, hair stylists, dress makers, block decorators, caterers, event planners, event locations, and more have all discovered that PhotoBizs website solutions are a good choice to present their business online.

Every business needs a web expert to lean on so that they can focus on their craft or expertise. At PhotoBiz, we are chesty to be that expert for all our clients, stated Jennifer Roeder, Marketing Manager for PhotoBiz. We look forward to working with even more small businesses as we evolve our products and services to fit their needs, much like we have done with photographers for the past almost nine years.

To start with, small businesses adapted PhotoBiz products as it fit their needs. This day PhotoBiz offers two website solutions specifically targeted for small businesses: Core Business Solution and E-Commerce Solution.

Core Business Solutions are content rich websites that give small to medium sized businesses a first-class web presence as distinctive and one-of-a-kind as they are. While the look might be familiar, the structure represents a revolutionary expansion of PhotoBiz development.

With unlimited content pages and a variety of interchangeable HTML5 designs to select from, and a Blog to tell their story, Core Business Solutions are built with endless possibilities for personalization and are responsive so they can be seen on all world wide web devices computers, tablets, and phones.

The E-Commerce Solution offers a way for businesses to sell their products and services online. They are a comprehensive and sophisticated selling tool that has no commission fees and features user-friendly check out process. Using the E-Commerce Solution businesses can run specials and coupons, sell gift cards, have flexible shipping options, send invoices via email, and much more. In fact when they were first released as Store Sites they won a Hot Ones Award from the Professional Photographers of America.

As a wedding and events florist, my husband and I wanted a very cutting-edge website that would showcase our flowers and our passion. PhotoBiz has taken the guesswork out of building your own website and have transformed the experience into an exciting opportunity for our business, stated Sabrina de Man of Blossoms of Elegance. We now have the tools to compete with confidence in our industry.

For more information about all of PhotoBizs website solutions, visit http://www.photobiz.com.

About PhotoBiz

PhotoBiz is a managed website solutions company for photographers, creative professionals, and other small businesses powered by Passionate Support

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Understanding Google Analytics: Turning Data into Insight

Understanding Google Analytics: Turning Data into Insight
Event on 2013-03-26 18:00:00

Undertanding Google Analytics: Turning Data into Insight

Suranga Priyashantha, Senior Online Marketing Consultant, Netstarter
Tuesday, March 26th from 6:00 – 7.30 pm

When it comes to understanding how well your website is working for you as a marketing tool, Google Analytics provides in-depth information about customers. However, most agencies, brands and businesses are not using the data acquirable to its full potential because of a demand of understanding, knowledge and the skills needed to analyse the reports to generate actionable insights from the acquirable metrics.

This class will take students through several practical examples and some processes to learn how to generate actionable insights from your reports to; improve key pages, focus on search terms or keywords that send you visitors and finally increase the conversion of visitors into customers.

In this class, students will learn: 

  • Guidelines and Tips for Google Analytics Implementation Process 
  • Following the "3A Framework" to obtain a "3D View" of your Website Data 
  • How to set up goals and KPIs that define your online marketing success 
  • Why you should stop looking at aggregates and how to segment data to make superior insights 
  • Understanding the key metrics that show the success/failure of your Website Structure, Design and Content

Suranga Priyashantha is a Senior Online Marketing Consultant at Netstarter, a leading eCommerce and Digital Bureau in Sydney. He is also an eMarketing Strategist and Trainer at eBusiness Academy. Suranga has nearly a decade of industry experience in different roles in the digital marketing field. He holds a B.Sc Degree in Marketing Management, Post Graduate Diploma in Marketing from CIM-UK. Suranga is a Chartered Marketer, Certified eMarketer and Google Certified Adwords and Analytics Professional.

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Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) – Atlanta, Georgia

Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) – Atlanta, Georgia
Event on 2013-03-25 09:00:00

Why this specific workshop?

That's easy: This is a unique, simulation and exercise based workshop rather than death by PowerPoint. Most attendees notice these differences from other courses they have taken:

  • No boredom: fewer than 50 PowerPoint slides are used during the two days (and most of those are a picture and a few words!)
  • Learn by doing: there are approximately 20 different exercises and simulations used during the workshop
  • High knowledge retention: Using accelerated learning techniques the workshop material is presented in ways designed to maximize learning AND retention
  • Whys before hows: workshop explores the principles and values which drive success before getting into successful practices – which grants attendees to comprehend the practices at a much deeper level
  • Fun: apiece part of the course is designed to keep attendees engaged and having fun while learning the material

Add all this up and this workshop is one you shouldn't miss.

Upon completing the course attendees will receive an email instructing them to set up a profile on the Scrum Alliance website and optionally take a short CSM exam. Upon completion of those items a participant will be recognized as a Certified Scrum Master (CSM) by the Scrum Alliance.

Learning Objectives

You will learn more than the basic Scrum framework. You will also leave understanding the underlying principles, basic practices and common techniques ScrumMasters (and others – see Who Should Attend below) need to know to help their teams achieve project success in a fast-changing world. The workshop covers all of the basics of Scrum as well as a significant amount of material devoted specifically to the skills necessary to become an excellent ScrumMaster. Facilitation, coaching and conflict management skills will be explored. Leadership and being a change agent will also be topics covered during the workshop.

At the end of the workshop you will be healthy to:

  • describe the Scrum framework to others
    • roles and responsibilities
    • use of apiece artifact
    • purpose of apiece meeting/ceremony
  • explain the difference between the Scrum framework and other methods
    • compare with waterfall
    • compare ScrumMaster role with traditional roles
    • compare the Scrum product backlog with traditional requirements
  • be a successful ScrumMaster for a Scrum team
    • facilitate apiece type of Scrum meeting
    • know how to detect and correct potential impediments to Scrum success
    • help a team adopt Scrum or improve their use of Scrum
    • have difficult conversations about process, structures and values
    • use several different conflict resolution techniques
  • help a Scrum team plan successfully
    • plan a release
    • plan a sprint
    • use different estimating techniques
    • create/maintain a prioritized product backlog
  • create a individualized plan for the future
    • list 3 immediate action items for individualized change
    • pass the Scrum Alliance CSM test
    • become a Certified Scrum Professional (CSP) one year after becoming a CSM

Agenda

Scrum history, principles and values – Basic Scrum background as well as the principles and values which help ensure success when using Scrum.

Scrum theory – The three legs of Scrum theory: transparency, inspection and adaptation are analyzed in detail.

Scrum framework basics – The meetings, artifacts and roles which make up the Scrum process.

Scrum practices – Estimation, planning and other practices which are commonly used in Scrum.

Scrum leadership – What is it and why is it important for a ScrumMaster?

Coaching and facilitation – Coaching scenarios and facilitation techniques commonly used by ScrumMasters.

Conflict resolution and building trust – Helpful hints and techniques for building strong teams even when conflict is rampant.

Stretching Scrum – Scaling, use of distributed teams and other topics as required by the attendees' situations.Plus You Get All This:

  • High calibre training based on accelerated learning techniques for superior retention
  • Continental breakfast, lunch, snacks and drinks
  • A USB drive containing a PDF of the course materials and other useful Scrum related content
  • Scrum Alliance certification included in price
  • A two-year membership in the Scrum Alliance, a value
  • A printed and bound copy of the course materials
  • Eligible for Agile For All client contests for one full year (we give away awesome prizes several times per year)
  • Eligible for 0 discount on future Agile For All workshops (including 0 off of primeval bird prices!)

Who Should Attend

Do you work in an organization which creates any sort of product? If so, then you are a candidate for this course!

The course is primarily designed for people who will be put in the role of ScrumMaster. However, because the course gives a great foundation in Scrum and the people skills necessary to make Scrum successful anyone who wants to help their organization be successful is encouraged to attend.

If you are in any of these roles and your organization could use Scrum to create products then think about yourself one of those "who should attend!"

  • Architects
  • Business Analysts
  • DBAs
  • Developers
  • Directors
  • Documentation Specialists
  • Executives
  • Managers
  • Marketing People
  • Product Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Testers
  • Team Members
  • Sales People
  • Operations and Support
  • Technical Writers
  • Trainers

The list is lengthy because a good knowledge of Scrum and associated people skills needed for success can be helpful to everyone in an organization.Optional Certification

Not everyone wants to become a Certified ScrumMaster and that's ok! You can opt out of the certification by telling the teacher ahead of time, or you can simply select to ignore the messages sent by the Scrum Alliance after the course has been completed.

However, if you want to become a Certified ScrumMaster you can do so by passing a short certification exam after the course. Easy as that!

Workshop Facilitator

This workshop will be facilitated by Bob Hartman (www.agilebob.com), one of only a few people who is both a Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Trainer and Certified Scrum Coach. Bob has extensive experience in both training and coaching Scrum teams at organizations including HP, Pearson Education, Starz Entertainment Network, Western Union, Weyerhaeuser, Siemens, Arapahoe County and the University of Iowa. He draws on this broad experience to help attendees leave the workshop with the confidence they can begin a project right away. If you are already on a Scrum team you will leave knowing how to do it well and how to help your team achieve a higher level of success.Onsite Workshops

Don't see a date or location which works for you? Have a team which needs to be trained? Want training to come to you? Don't sweat it! Agile For All does onsite training workshops at reasonable prices. Contact us at 1-303-766-0917 or via email at info@agileforall.com to see what we can hold to meet your needs.

 Early Registrants

 

Everyone who signs up under the early-bird pricing is eligible for a drawing for an iPod Touch to be given away at the end of the course!!!

 Professional Development Units (PDUs)

PMPs: You can receive 14 PDUs for this course.

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4 Arcaded Porch, Side View–Wedding Cake House

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4 Arcaded Porch, Side View–Wedding Cake House
website page structure
Image by Universal Pops
A series of 7 photos

In 1918 G. T. Lester, the founder of the Lester Lumber Company in Martinsville, Virginia, designed and built this unusual-looking brick home. Because of the seeming layers (and, perhaps, the white color) the home has become known as the Wedding Cake House. The style is the “catch-all” category called Exotic-Revival. The tiered stories, the roofline with the projecting piers, the central tower, the corbelled brickwork and the arcaded porch collectively contribute to the castle-like appearance of the home, even though the structure is not extremely large.

The main floor sits upon a raised basement; the smaller second level is a cube relaxing upon the first story; the third level, the tower, is yet another cube, but it’s set at right angles to the other two floors. At the rear is a vinyl-covered one-story garage addition. The key to the home seems to be the central tower or core, which contains the stairs, original bathroom, and cooling and heating systems, the ducts created by open brickwork in the thick walls. The floor plan of the first level (according to the VDHR) consists of 4 same triangular-shaped rooms with iron grilles for heating and cooling; no fireplaces exist. They would logically narrow closer to the central section.

The exterior walls of the structure are three bricks thick. They contain a number of decorative elements—the raised brick that outlines the arched porch bays, the crenellated parapet, the corbelled and patterned brickwork at the cornice lines, and belt courses. The flat roof has projecting piers that help create the appearance of battlements. An arcaded wraparound porch on three sides provides a sense of size to the structure; the piers of the arches extend to the ground suggesting stability of structure, and the corbelling pattern of the parapet walls is enlarged and repeated in the porch walls. The front door has no surround but does have decorative panels. The windows on the first two stories are single sash with a single-light window capped by a stained-glass transom. The windows on the third story are multi-paned.

The home is located at 308 Starling Drive in Martinsville and seems to be in superb condition. It’s included in the East Church Street/Starling Avenue Historic District, an area of residences from late 19th to primeval 20th century. [DHR ID # for the district is #120-5002 and for the home #120-0007.] This district was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2006– #06000805

Source: Virginia Department of Historic Resources
www.dhr.virginia.gov/registers/Cities/Martinsville/120-50…

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License

If you use one of my pictures on your website, you need to wage a link to the appropriate Flickr page.

2 Side and Front–Wedding Cake House
website page structure
Image by Universal Pops
A series of 7 photos

In 1918 G. T. Lester, the founder of the Lester Lumber Company in Martinsville, Virginia, designed and built this unusual-looking brick home. Because of the seeming layers (and, perhaps, the white color) the home has become known as the Wedding Cake House. The style is the “catch-all” category called Exotic-Revival. The tiered stories, the roofline with the projecting piers, the central tower, the corbelled brickwork and the arcaded porch collectively contribute to the castle-like appearance of the home, even though the structure is not extremely large.

The main floor sits upon a raised basement; the smaller second level is a cube relaxing upon the first story; the third level, the tower, is yet another cube, but it’s set at right angles to the other two floors. At the rear is a vinyl-covered one-story garage addition. The key to the home seems to be the central tower or core, which contains the stairs, original bathroom, and cooling and heating systems, the ducts created by open brickwork in the thick walls. The floor plan of the first level (according to the VDHR) consists of 4 same triangular-shaped rooms with iron grilles for heating and cooling; no fireplaces exist. They would logically narrow closer to the central section.

The exterior walls of the structure are three bricks thick. They contain a number of decorative elements—the raised brick that outlines the arched porch bays, the crenellated parapet, the corbelled and patterned brickwork at the cornice lines, and belt courses. The flat roof has projecting piers that help create the appearance of battlements. An arcaded wraparound porch on three sides provides a sense of size to the structure; the piers of the arches extend to the ground suggesting stability of structure, and the corbelling pattern of the parapet walls is enlarged and repeated in the porch walls. The front door has no surround but does have decorative panels. The windows on the first two stories are single sash with a single-light window capped by a stained-glass transom. The windows on the third story are multi-paned.

The home is located at 308 Starling Drive in Martinsville and seems to be in superb condition. It’s included in the East Church Street/Starling Avenue Historic District, an area of residences from late 19th to primeval 20th century. [DHR ID # for the district is #120-5002 and for the home #120-0007.] This district was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2006– #06000805

Source: Virginia Department of Historic Resources
www.dhr.virginia.gov/registers/Cities/Martinsville/120-50…

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License

If you use one of my pictures on your website, you need to wage a link to the appropriate Flickr page.

7 Brickwork–Wedding Cake House
website page structure
Image by Universal Pops
A series of 7 photos

In 1918 G. T. Lester, the founder of the Lester Lumber Company in Martinsville, Virginia, designed and built this unusual-looking brick home. Because of the seeming layers (and, perhaps, the white color) the home has become known as the Wedding Cake House. The style is the “catch-all” category called Exotic-Revival. The tiered stories, the roofline with the projecting piers, the central tower, the corbelled brickwork and the arcaded porch collectively contribute to the castle-like appearance of the home, even though the structure is not extremely large.

The main floor sits upon a raised basement; the smaller second level is a cube relaxing upon the first story; the third level, the tower, is yet another cube, but it’s set at right angles to the other two floors. At the rear is a vinyl-covered one-story garage addition. The key to the home seems to be the central tower or core, which contains the stairs, original bathroom, and cooling and heating systems, the ducts created by open brickwork in the thick walls. The floor plan of the first level (according to the VDHR) consists of 4 same triangular-shaped rooms with iron grilles for heating and cooling; no fireplaces exist. They would logically narrow closer to the central section.

The exterior walls of the structure are three bricks thick. They contain a number of decorative elements—the raised brick that outlines the arched porch bays, the crenellated parapet, the corbelled and patterned brickwork at the cornice lines, and belt courses. The flat roof has projecting piers that help create the appearance of battlements. An arcaded wraparound porch on three sides provides a sense of size to the structure; the piers of the arches extend to the ground suggesting stability of structure, and the corbelling pattern of the parapet walls is enlarged and repeated in the porch walls. The front door has no surround but does have decorative panels. The windows on the first two stories are single sash with a single-light window capped by a stained-glass transom. The windows on the third story are multi-paned.

The home is located at 308 Starling Drive in Martinsville and seems to be in superb condition. It’s included in the East Church Street/Starling Avenue Historic District, an area of residences from late 19th to primeval 20th century. [DHR ID # for the district is #120-5002 and for the home #120-0007.] This district was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2006– #06000805

Source: Virginia Department of Historic Resources
www.dhr.virginia.gov/registers/Cities/Martinsville/120-50…

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License

If you use one of my pictures on your website, you need to wage a link to the appropriate Flickr page.

Webdesign – 24″H x 24″W – Peel and Stick Wall Decal by Wallmonkeys Reviews

Webdesign – 24″H x 24″W – Peel and Stick Wall Decal by Wallmonkeys

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  • Printed on WHITE, premium, self-adhesive, re-positionable artifact paper.
  • No nails, frames or glue. No professional installation required.
  • Simply peel and stick! Simple to remove and re-apply.
  • BE SURE you ordered the right size for your intended use!!

WallMonkeys surround graphics are printed on the highest calibre re-positionable, self-adhesive artifact paper. Each order is printed in-house and on-demand. WallMonkeys uses premium materials & state-of-the-art production technologies. Our white artifact material is better to vinyl decals. You can literally see and feel the difference. Our surround graphics apply in minutes and won’t alteration your paint or leave any mess. PLEASE double check the size of the image you are ordering prior to clicking the ‘ADD

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St. Paul’s Church, Brighton

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St. Paul’s Church, Brighton
website page structure
Image by Dominic’s pics
The main body of the church was built by Rev. Henry Michell designer 1846-48 for his son. His son – Rev. Arthur Douglas Wagner – inherited his dads wealth in 1870, and built the bell tower and spire between 1873-75. The tower is offset, and not symmetrical with the church.

The church is a example of Victorian Gothic Revival architecture. The architect was Richard Cromwell Carpenter. The bulk of the walls and square tower are build from flint with Caen limestone defining corners and windows.

In 1996 the wooden octagon surmounting the Tower was renovated and restored, and the gargoyles / beasts / dragons were replaced with new carvings. Two extremely weathered examples of the original beasts can be found in the large fireplace of the "Fisherman’s Vestry".

The gothic spire is constructed from wood, even though the silvering on the wood of as a consequnce of weathering – and the grey lead flashing – gives it a stone appearance at first glance.

A wooden structure was used because of anxieties relating to the use of stone for a tall structure. This was caused by the (then) current collapse in of the spire of nearby Chichester Cathedral. The Cathedral collapse happened 450 years after the spire’s construction, and is believed to have been caused by subsidence.

The decoration inside is very ornate. It includes stained glass windows designed by Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin.

An excellent series of panoramas including this church – which also has internal and external interactive panoramas driven by Quicktime and Flash can be found at Brighton’s Architecture.

External Links:

Offical website of St. Paul’s Church
Wikipedia listing for St Paul’s Church
My Brighton and Hove
Church of England Listing

St. Paul’s Church, Brighton
website page structure
Image by Dominic’s pics
The main body of the church was built by Rev. Henry Michell designer 1846-48 for his son. His son – Rev. Arthur Douglas Wagner – inherited his dads wealth in 1870, and built the bell tower and spire between 1873-75. The tower is offset, and not symmetrical with the church.

The church is a example of Victorian Gothic Revival architecture. The architect was Richard Cromwell Carpenter. The bulk of the walls and square tower are build from flint with Caen limestone defining corners and windows.

In 1996 the wooden octagon surmounting the Tower was renovated and restored, and the gargoyles / beasts / dragons were replaced with new carvings. Two extremely weathered examples of the original beasts can be found in the large fireplace of the "Fisherman’s Vestry".

The gothic spire is constructed from wood, even though the silvering on the wood of as a consequnce of weathering – and the grey lead flashing – gives it a stone appearance at first glance.

A wooden structure was used because of anxieties relating to the use of stone for a tall structure. This was caused by the (then) current collapse in of the spire of nearby Chichester Cathedral. The Cathedral collapse happened 450 years after the spire’s construction, and is believed to have been caused by subsidence.

The decoration inside is very ornate. It includes stained glass windows designed by Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin.

An excellent series of panoramas including this church – which also has internal and external interactive panoramas driven by Quicktime and Flash can be found at Brighton’s Architecture.

External Links:

Offical website of St. Paul’s Church
Wikipedia listing for St Paul’s Church
My Brighton and Hove
Church of England Listing

Introduction to Adobe Dreamweaver

Introduction to Adobe Dreamweaver
Event on 2013-02-12 10:00:00

2 Day Course
Day:  Tuesdays & Wednesdays
Time: 10.00am – 4.00pm
Price from: £230

Includes Free Lunch at Jamie Oliver's Fifteen Restaurant

 

Adobe Dreamweaver is the industry leading web design and HTML editor software. This introductory one day course will ebable you to build and manage professional, well designed and standards compliant websites using Adobe Dreamweaver. HTML and CSS concepts are also covered. We also offer one-to-one tuition in Adobe Dreamweaver.
 

Course Content:

  • Introducing the Adobe Dreamweaver Interface
  • Site management
  • Creating a basic website
  • Cascading Style Sheets
  • Working with graphics
  • Creating Links
  • Organising pages for logical site structure
  • Best practice and SEO considerations
  • Using templates
  • Accessibility

 

Course requirements: This course is suitable for anyone with basic computer or Mac skills with tiny or no existing knowledge of web design. We also offer an HTML & CSS for Email course.

View Full course details: http://www.westlandplacestudios.com/course/adobe-dreamweaver

 

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The short courses programme at Westland Place Studios is run by Platform 39. For all booking enquiries please call us on 020 3397 4567. We reserve the right to cancel a course no later than 7 days before the begin date if there are insufficient numbers booked onto the course. Under such circumstances a full refund will be given to anyone who has already paid.

Before booking a place on any of our courses  please ensure that you have read our  booking policy.

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