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Cabbage Tree Creative Ltd.
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Are you an experienced PHP Web Developer, looking for a fresh start in your career? Work with our awesome team at Cabbage Tree Creative!
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Facebook and online shopping, fully integrated.
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It has been pronounced 'dead' as a social media channel several times in the past few years; but here are some reasons why you should still not give-up on your Google+ page and profile.
http://thenextweb.com/google/2015/10/10/5-reasons-why-google-doesnt-want-you-to-give-up-on-its-social-network-just-yet/
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If you missed the news on +Twitter last week, apparently they are planning on removing the 140 character limit on tweets! Watch this space. #Twitter  
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Great, simple design guidelines to follow to maximise conversions, if you are redesigning or rethinking your website/
#6 Remove your social media feeds; they just distract the user from converting, and users today are social-media savvy- they know to look for your social media links in your footer.
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Segmentation, customisation, and providing extra insight & content beyond that on the website are some of the key techniques The New York Times have used to make their newsletters a success.
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Check out the awesome work of our team on Destination Queenstown's latest Australian campaign!
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Friday 3pm can only mean one thing - the weekend is almost here! 
Have a safe and happy break everyone! :)
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On Facebook, the sweet spot for text is 40 characters. On Twitter, Tweets shorter than 100 characters have a 17 percent higher engagement rate:
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Line icons, ghost buttons, and microinteractions. If you're planning on a site redesign in the coming months, these are some of the biggest design trends to consider adding to your concept.
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