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How to Embed PowerPoint Presentations in Your Website

Have you ever created an excellent PowerPoint presentation that you would like to share with your customers via your website and ended up using a third-party slide sharing service? Wouldn't it be better if you could show your presentation as part of your actual web pages? And wouldn't it be even better if you could make changes to your presentation right from within PowerPoint on your own computer or even make it a collaborative task? Well, PowerPoint Web App will help you achieve all of the above.

Easily Create Web & Print Graphics with Canva

All of my clients will know that I am a massive fan of the free online image editor PicMonkey and always recommend it to anybody who will listen. However, I recently came across Canva, another excellent online tool to help you create stunning graphics for both the web and print. It's well worth a closer look if you like to keep your site's images fresh and up-to-date without tearing your hair out! And creating Facebook cover images is a breeze.

Made in Sligo is Seeking New Applications for Sligo Craft Trail in 2014

Calling all Sligo-based Craft Makers! The Made in Sligo group is inviting new applications from Sligo craft makers to join the Sligo Craft Trail in 2014.

Image Editing with Picmonkey

One of the most common problems my clients are facing is the resizing of their images to best fit into their websites. Whereas we can automate a certain part of the process within the content management system's code, to retain complete control over the exact area of an image that will end up on the website you should take the editing task into your own hands. And the free online image editor at is the perfect tool to get the job done in no time!

A - Z: Bounce Rate

The bounce rate of a site is the percentage of visitors that view only a single page before leaving the site again (and is often confused with the "exit rate" which is an entirely separate statistic). Single-page visitors are generally seen as an indicator of a problem with your website as we obviously want to keep visitors on the site as long as possible and not to leave after a quick look. But there can be plenty of other reasons for a "bounce", so keeping an eye on your site statistics will help you decipher what's really going on.

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