Web Site Templates and Thier BenefitsWritten by J Hancock
Unarguably, most important part of your website is content. To draw in clients or customers, you need captivating content and search engines are blind to web design. They only see content. The images, structure and colors of your website go out window when it comes to search engine placement, which we all know is single best traffic generator. Your web design is really only a shell that makes your content look pretty. Don’t get me wrong, your site’s design can be very important. People are influenced by colors they see, and quality of your design lends credibility to your brand-image.
So why are so many people spending hundreds or thousands of dollars for someone to build them a custom shell for their content? The answer is simple: because they don’t know about web site templates. Or maybe more accurately: they know about templates, but don't know how to utilize them. Did you know that many web designers actually buy web site templates that they then customize to meet their clients needs?
A website template is fastest, easiest, and most cost effective path to building your website. Where custom design can take weeks or months to finish, and can run you in thousands of dollars, web templates are relatively inexpensive, and can be ready to publish in a matter of days. Many high-quality templates are available for under $100.
There are a few different options for finding web templates. There are membership based dealers that offer a öne-time or monthly subscription fee which buys you right to download their entire collection. Then there are companies that deal on a one-by-one basis, selling a single template for use with one website. Personally, I find one-by-one type companies offer much higher quality designs. Not to mention aspect of exclusivity. If ten thousand people subscribe to a membership based template company, and one thousand of them like XYZ template, how many websites are going to look exactly same? You do math.
A film reviewWritten by Florie Lyn Masarate
For those who have seen movie “Disclosure”, they would have seen workplace harassment in a different light. The movie is based from John Grisham’s book of same title. The story is about a hard-working employee in line for a top position in company. He later found out that position which was supposed to be his was given to another, a woman, who happens to be his ex-girlfriend who still has a thing for him. It goes on to evolve with her seducing him, and telling it other way around when he refused to be seduced. And he shouting sexual harassment but no one believes. It continues on with manipulations and betrayals, and finally truth surfaces in end…
What is point of story? It basically tells about sexual harassment in workplace, with a twist. As opposed to usual cases, man is victim here. It is rare for man to be victim but it happens. Everyone can be victim. In this case, power is used to be able to get away with action done. The ones in position is one who gets away with these crimes as seen on books and movies. Stories like this are mostly based on reality. Making it known to people these instances happens and will continue to.
This does not only happen in books and films. This and other similar cases of harassment really in workplace, in real life. It can be noted that in some of these cases, employees tend to just keep quiet about these things because of fear of losing their jobs that supports them and their families. Others are even being paid off to keep quiet. Some are threatened maybe. Whatever reason is, victim cannot always have justice done. Those that seek it do not always get fair results.