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*Hi, it’s Aaron from AgentMethods talking about insurance websites. And hopefully, the raccoon tan is starting to fade a little bit. It’s spring here in Washington, and I’ve been out snowboarding, and got kind of a funny tan line going on here. Anyway, I want to talk today about a little bit of technical topic again. I haven’t talked much about HTML recently, and I thought it would be good to go back and …read all
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Hi, it’s Aaron Kassover from AgentMethods talking about insurance websites, and I feel like before I go into today’s talk, I should just do a quick apology if …read all
We’ve got a little lesson in HTML today, focusing on links. In case you want to take a closer look at the HTML, here’s a copy of the sample link page I was showing in the video:
Note that the url can be:
- Relative to the current page, like “/newpage.html”
- Absolute, with the complete url like “http://www.domain.com/n… read all
Related: The Myth of the Magical Meta Tag
Hi, it’s Aaron Kassover from AgentMethods. I wanted to talk today about meta tags. And this something you might have heard people mention. They are important in certain ways, but I found that there are a lot of myths and misconceptions about how meta tags are used. So I want to take just a couple of minutes …read all
Here are instructions on adding signatures to AgentMethods webmail and other email programs.
Hi, it’s Aaron Kassover from AgentMethods here today, and I want to talk to you about just a really, really simple tip which is to create an email signature that includes your contact information and …read all
Hi, this is Aaron Kassover from AgentMethods. I wanted to talk to today just for a few minutes about something called URLs, which you might have heard being mentioned. URLs are kind of a geeky topic, but there is some important vocabulary here, and I think it’s something that’s worth just spending a few minutes to explain because we’ll be talking about it more later. URLs stand for Uniform Resource Locator and they were invented by a guy name …read all