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It looks like it doesn't work particularly well for the screen, despite their digital-first approach.
1) Word of mouth is the most powerful way to win clients. When someone says "I know a guy that..." and that guy is you, you win, there's no competition.
2) You do really great work to those clients and some of them will tell "I know a guy that..." to someone else.
Now, this is how you get more freelance projects. At some point you will ask, "How do I get better clients?". But that's another question.
Is the $35 renew offer valid only on the first checkout or with all future ones?
It looks very good! Just one thing: maybe it's just me but I find it irritating when you're forced to open a link in a new window/tab. Is there a particular reason why you choose this behavior?
Photoshop in a browser with an API? Impressive!
Kudos to you, Ivan.
But never distract the user with pop-ups which are closed almost immediately anyway, because of advertisement expectations.
That's what I do but those pop-ups actually generate leads. Sadly, most marketing is driven by pure numbers, quantity over quality. There is a lack of common sense and maybe is a cultural thing that eventually will fade away.
Ten years ago, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, outdoor advertising was outlawed. Critics shouted big economic losses. By now, people seems to be more happy than ever about it:
Bug report: Edit and Delete links in my own comments are broken.
Better yet, all their free design books in old fashioned directory listing: http://www.oreilly.com/design/free/files/
I still use Sparrow!
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