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What does a website cost? Web Site Development Costs

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UPDATED FOR 2014 (PRICES ADJUSTED BECAUSE OF CHANGES IN THE MARKET, ADVANCEMENTS IN PROCESS, AND TECHNOLOGY) This post has been updated a number of times throughout the years. This is currently it’s 4th major revision since its first posting in 2010.  You probably came here in the process of doing research. Are you a small ...

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Honesty and Integrity in Content Marketing

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Despite my efforts to be the usual contrarian and find random and unknown examples to give a different look at things in the web development industry, I must admit that one of my favorite television shows is none other than the wildly popular and resplendent Arrested Development. As much as I would love to discuss ...

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Shopping the 2013 Love That Dress! Collection

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Each year, the PACE Center for Girls in Lee and Collier Counties host Love That Dress, an event for fashion enthusiasts all over Southwest Florida to help benefit the PACE Center for Girls. Through donations from the community, the PACE Center auctions these items in order to raise funds to help continue the programs within ...

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A PACE Volunteer | PACE Center for Girls, Lee

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No matter the size, all organizations fundamentally need strong leadership talent to execute their strategy successfully. Volunteers have an enormous impact on the well being of communities and organizations worldwide. Volunteers are ordinary people, who, out of personal and voluntary commitment, are driven to become part of something more challenging. All it takes is to ...

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Denise Lescano | Website Launch

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Atilus’ specialty is working with the trust of our clients and having the freedom to suggest and create; it is when our focus can be fully on the target and the end goals of the project that our talent truly shines. We are thankful, that from the beginning of the project, Denise Lescano (famous author ...

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Community Web Award | Atilus

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Giving a non-profit the ability to enact change at a faster rate then they currently yield, then they may think is even possible, is important to us here at Atilus. If we can give back what the community gave us, and effectively reach and serve a specific need, we’re on board.  It’s in this light, and nearly ...

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What is a Pixel?

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What is a pixel? How were they created? To what extent do we use them in our everyday lives? How would things be without them? These are just a fraction of some of questions I asked myself when thinking upon this subject. Pixels are fascinating. Tiny bits of information coming together to create one object as a ...

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Secondhand to a Second Chance | PACE Center for Girls

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  Secondhand to a Second Chance From nearly new to gently loved, secondhand dresses were once bought to cut costs; today women have bragging rights. The secret is out, and the trend is in; finding value for less is really chic right now.  Not only are you being conscious of your pocketbook, your giving a ...

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Wish List for the PACE Center for Girls

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You may have seen us blogging quite a bit about the PACE Center for Girls’ upcoming Love That Dress! event in August (what can we say? We’re really excited). While we are really looking forward to the event, we’re also hoping to spread the word to the entire Southwest Florida community about the amazingness of ...

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Finding their Voice | Lee County PACE Center for Girls

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Love That Dress-PACE Center for Girls Love That Dress, hosted by the Lee County PACE Center for Girls, is right around the corner. This event draws the community together, rallying those around a much greater cause. It’s more than a shopping spree; the event is a chance to give back to young women ages 12 ...

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Elderly Internet Use

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It’s been 5 long years since my grandfather died. He suffered from pancreatic cancer, and it finally won. He had already beat colon cancer, but unfortunately this one did him in. That last year, I’d spend almost every night with him – talking about history, life, and business. One of the most interesting things I saw during ...

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