We all know that having a company blog is a great way to encourage visitors to return to your website on a regular basis. Setting up the blog is easy – but writing articles regularly is the difficult part! If you have a bad case of blogger’s block, here are a list of article ideas to help get your creative juices flowing! […]
What is this Pixlr?
Pixlr (http://www.pixlr.com/editor/) is an online photo editing application that offers many of the professional features found in Adobe’s PhotoShop for free in your internet browser. This guide is not meant to detail all the features of Pixlr, but act as a quick reference for performing basic functions dealing with adding photos to your CMS website without relying on a designer. […]
The NetSource team enjoyed our annual Christmas Party last night, held at the Ocala Hilton. It’s always a pleasure to come together and give thanks for another successful year. It’s also a great chance to meet the family and loved ones of our co-workers. Plus, our annual gift exchange – a white elephant game – was a big hit once again.
Check out the highlights in our Facebook Gallery!
What do you do at NetSource Technologies, and how long have you worked here?
I am an Account Manager and have been here since 2010.
NetSource designers are proud to launch a website re-design for White Spruce Trailer Sales, using our exclusive dealer website system, EZ-Sites. We are pleased that White Spruce Trailer Sales of Fairbanks and North Pole, AK chose NetSource Media for their website re-design at www.WhiteSpruce.com. […]
NetSource designers are proud to launch a redesigned website for long-time customer I-35 RV Center, using our exclusive dealer website system, EZ-Sites. We are happy that I-35 RV Center of Denton, TX, chose NetSource Media for their website redesign at www.i-35rvcenter.com. […]
Years ago I was babysitting my nephew. He was sitting on the floor in his diapers with a boatload of toys and I was sitting on the floor next to him doing my best to entertain him. I noticed that whatever toy of his I was playing with he wanted. He’d reach out his little hand for the toy I had, dropping his current toy in the process. Doing what any good and caring uncle would do, I decided to experiment on him. I started picking up random items nearby and playing with them like they were really cool toys too.
“Brrrrrrrr! Bam Bam Bam!” I exclaimed as I made a rolled up extension cord fly by like it was a fighter jet. Sure enough, the little hand reached out to grab it, dropping a perfectly good Star Wars X-Wing fighter in the process. It wasn’t long until I had 2 more Star Wars toys and a Buzz Lightyear figure that shot laserbeams from his wrist while my nephew had various cardboard boxes and an old shoe to play with.
We are naturally inclined to reach for whatever the next big thing is. Right now, social media is that thing, and for the most part, it is worth reaching for. But what shiny toys might we be dropping in the process? Likely it is email marketing. […]
Ever wondered what your designer or printer is talking about when they start talking about color? Here is a quick guide to color models and working with branded colors, to help you navigate those conversations. […]