Posts by karlyn

5 Keys to Creating Websites that Sell

Your business website is essentially your storefront, business card and most significant marketing piece all rolled into one. How it affects your visitors and customers is then essential to your success. Provide a memorable experience and customers are sure to return time and time again. Let’s take a look at five keys to creating a website that sells. Key #1 Make your website interactive. As the internet continues to grow and evolve...

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Several EMC Certifications Can Be Earned in the Technology Architect Track

Do you have experience with storage technologies? Are you skilled in designing and creating infrastructure solutions? Are you a partner of EMC? If so, you may be the perfect candidates for EMC’s own Technology Architect certification track. EMC makes earning a certification in any pathway easy, affordable, and highly educational, and here it is no different. The variety of certifications one can earn is large, and the amount of coverage of...

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Adults Back on Campus: A Commitment of Many Fronts

Are you considering going back to school as an adult? A growing number of adults decide to go back to school in order to get a degree to propel themselves towards a more financially rewarding career. However, going back to school is not as easy as it appears, and neither does it directly correlate to a higher income. Read on to see what factors you should take into consideration as you make your decision. Psychological Effects Adults going back...

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New with Karlyn 4-29

There’s always something new (online) with me each week, but taking the time to get on here and update is my challenge. This week I was busy pulling together a new paper.li page, updating a squidoo page I’d totally forgotten I had, and creating a very personal blog article that included photos and results of my health journey over the last 17 months. Let me show you: This post, at FromKarlyn.com, was the result of a personal...

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Sell Your Designs and Crafts! Turning Hobby into Money

If you enjoy creating and you constantly hear people telling you that you should sell your creations, it may be time to voyage into the world of selling your crafts for money. Like all things, entering the world of selling crafts should be carefully planned out. There are many websites and venues where you can sell your crafts both online and off. Online venues are a great way to reach customers all over the world. Popular websites like Etsy,...

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Do You Need An Expensive Camera To Get Started With Photography?

More and more people are taking up photography as a hobby, thanks to advancing technology that means it’s easier to get better shots than ever before. It’s clear to see why photography has such a pull; it’s an art form in itself and yet does not require much talent to produce something that can still be considered special. If you want to take this a little more seriously, though, you may be wondering if you need to buy expensive equipment...

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Which Colors are Hardest to Print Accurately?

When printing, the worst thing that can happen is that the true colors don’t come through. If the subject is a fruit basket, you want the image to look rich, juicy and lifelike. Not washed out. The apples should be red, bananas should be yellow, grapes should be green and the oranges should be just that – orange. The brighter the color, the harder it is to get an accurate print. There are a few steps you can take within the process to...

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Niche Link Exchange with Karlyn

I offer link exchange options here at Karlyns.com, in the niche categories of: Links for Webmasters, websites Links for Design/Graphic Designers Links for Advertisers Links for Online Business and Affiliate Marketing I invite you you to initiate a reciprocal exchange on the link exchange page that most closely suit your niche site(s). For webmasters: http://www.karlyns.com/links-to-webmasters/ For Advertisers:...

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On Hollywood, Designs and Red Carpets

I had the pleasure of attending Greg LaVoi’s launch of his new line of designs inspired by someone in my own family. My great-aunt Irene Lentz has been gone now, for over four decades.. but not forgotten. Since I started my Irene-Lentz.com site back in 2009, I have had the pleasure of meeting (online and off) many Irene fans, a couple of authors and several talented individuals in the media and design world. I’ve received wonderful...

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How Did Phoenix Become a Popular Travel Destination?

Located in the northeastern Sonoran Desert in what has become known as the Valley of the Sun, Phoenix, Arizona is the largest capital city in the United States, and home to everything from the most refined in urban experiences, to wilderness playgrounds that rival those to be found anywhere. Phoenix owes a good deal of its popularity as a travel destination to the wondrous  climate it enjoys year round. From the mild winter temperatures, to the...

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