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Rocket Lawyer Review: Is an Online Legal Service Worth It?

Gavel on table: Rocket Lawyer Review

Can’t afford to hire an attorney for your personal or small business legal needs? When it comes to simple legal forms and filings, it can get unbelievably expensive to hire an attorney. Rocket Lawyer is one of the most popular online go-to legal providers. But do they offer what you need at a price that fits your budget? And how reliable are they? …

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Scrap Your Paper Trail: Best Paper Shredder

Shredded paper: Best Paper Shredders

Even in our digital age, paper shredders are more important than ever. Why? Although we talk a lot about identity theft as it pertains to our digital interactions, we still leave a paper trail that can be a huge target for thieves. Yes, there are still plenty of “old-school” thieves rummaging through trash or recycling bins to find anything they can use to steal from you. So, what are the best paper shredders for your specific needs? Here, in our paper shredder reviews, we’ll tell you what features to look for and give you our recommendations…

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LinkedIn Learning Reviews: Further Your Creative Skills (Formerly Lynda)

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When you get back from vacation are you disappointed in the photos you took? Sure, the picture never does the scenery justice but the framing just looks odd, and the focus is a bit off. With the help of Lynda training, you can learn how to take better photos that you won’t be embarrassed to share with others. Not only does Lynda offer courses over photography but it also has many other subjects to help you learn a new skill without going into debt…

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Mad Mimi vs MailChimp: Choosing the Best Email Marketing Service

Mad Mimi vs MailChimp logos

Not sure which email marketing service provider to use for your business? Two major players, Mad Mimi and MailChimp, are among the most affordable services out there — and they both offer a free plan (not a common occurrence for email marketing services). So, how do they compare in pricing, ease of use and features? First, we’ll give you an overall review of each service and then delve into some of the most important features to see who wins the battle of Mad Mimi vs MailChimp…

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AWeber vs MailChimp: Email Marketing Service Battle

AWeber vs MailChimp logos

Having trouble nailing down which email marketing service provider to use for your business? Two of the most popular, AWeber and MailChimp, each have their devotees (and detractors). On first inspection they seem to offer a lot of the same features, with the exception that MailChimp has a free forever plan. But we dug deeper into these rivals to see how their differences could affect your ultimate choice. First, we’ll give you an overall review of each service and then delve into some of the most important features to see who wins this email marketing showdown…

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Team Treehouse Review: Learn Technical Skills Today

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If you or your team want to learn coding or programming, Team Treehouse is the website for you. Does monthly based pricing, no contracts, an online community, mobile access and more sound good to you? All of that and more is offered by Treehouse. Read our review for pros, cons, key features, pricing and more to see if this website can teach you a thing or two…

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A Complete Guide to URL Escape Characters

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In order to prevent the misinterpretation of special characters such as a space, bracket (< and >), or % in the URL (which stands for Uniform Resource Locator – it is the address you see in your browser’s address bar indicating the location of the website you are visiting), browsers parse certain special characters using escape characters. This explains why when you click on a link such as: domain.com/page one.htm you see it parsed in the address bar as example.com/page%20one.htm. In this case the %20 is the escape character for the space…

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