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10 Creative Writing Tips from the Homeless

10 Creative Writing Tips from the Homeless

Posted by on Apr 18, 2013 in Advertising, Professional Blog | 0 comments

I’ve worked with a lot of copywriters, but very few of them have truly impressed me with their talent as much as these homeless people did. Here are their advices: 1. In the absence of creativity, plenty of companies rely on celebrities to promote their product and services. I’m not saying that’s a bad thing, but at least do it in a smart way, like this guy. 2. Sometimes, telling people exactly the opposite of what they were used to hear will catch their attention. 3. Don’t hide your true intentions behind too many words. Being direct goes hand in hand with the next tip… 4. Being honest can bring your ad in front of the other competitors. 5. This tip should be used with caution. I’ve seen a bunch of detergent commercials which preferred to make stupid jokes rather than show why that product is better than others. 6. If a commercial doesn’t entertain, it’s not good enough. 7. But not so humble that the clients simply walk over your brand. 8. Nowadays fighting for a cause is trendy. But only do it if you are truly devoted to it. 9. Art directors are used to the fact that nobody reads body copy. 10. Innovation is the core of any good commercial....

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How To Create a Website When You Don’t Know Anything!

How To Create a Website When You Don’t Know Anything!

Posted by on Apr 12, 2013 in Professional Blog, Web Design | 0 comments

This week I am going to show you briefly how to create a WordPress website from scratch. You do not need to have any skills at all. Perhaps some basic html skills however are a plus. I will not go into details. This is just an overview. Purchase a domain of course, you must first need to have a domain (aka a name) for your website; my website’s domain is tudorbercea.com you can purchase the domain from basically any domain registrars or hosting providers; just do a google search with “buy domain” and you will find plenty of websites where you can purchase your domain; of course, your domain must be available (aka nobody else has bought it before you) Purchase hosting for your website any website must be hosted on a server you can buy 1Gb, 3Gb or even more – according to your needs – from various hosting providers the criteria I took in consideration when choosing my hosting provider were: [server space / price] ratio – the higher the ratio, the better; you want to pay as little as possible for one Mb of space you purchase monthly bandwidth – preferably unlimited; you don’t want to have a fixed amount of data that you can upload/download to your server space number of domains you can host; at first, I bought 2 domains: tudorbercea.com and tudorbercea.ro and I needed a hosting provider that would allow me to host at least 2 domains number of MySQL databases; any WordPress website has an associated MySQL database, therefore you must be able to host at least as many databases as the number of domains hosted on your server; SSD – the latest Solid State Disks technology allows your website to load much faster than conventional Hard Drives there are other criteria and it’s always best to search for some reviews before deciding on your hosting provider; I chose www.xservers.ro because they scored highes at the criteria above and I also found some good reviews regarding their client service Add your domain to your hosting service usually you can buy both the domain and the hosting together; if that is the case,...

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Running Vienna City Marathon 2013 for Maia’s Smile

Running Vienna City Marathon 2013 for Maia’s Smile

Posted by on Apr 12, 2013 in Guests, Personal Blog, Professional Blog | 0 comments

The article below is written by my friend, Emil Huzu. Maia is a cheerful 4 years little girl from Iasi, Romania. Very curious in her nature and eager to learn, obstinately determined and contagiously positive, she loves music and dance, and adores admiring herself in the mirror attempting some dance moves while murmuring a song J She’s very creative with her Legos and reading books in her own language and recently she’s fascinated with Mickey Mouse and his friends’ world. Maia suffered a cerebrovascular accident (CVA) before she was born, on the night when Marina, her mother, has suffered a preeclampsia while being 37 weeks pregnant (preeclampsia is when a pregnant woman develops high blood pressure and protein in the urine). When Maia was 6 months old, the neurologist diagnosed her with right spastic hemiparesis, namely: sequelae AVC ischemic perinatal territory ACM left, right spastic hemiparesis, symptomatic partial epilepsy. This is a muscle tone and voluntary motor control disorder causing muscular imbalance in her right hand, arm and leg, causing her difficulty walking and speaking. Maia began recovery at the Children’s Hospital in their hometown Iasi immediately after diagnosis. When she was 8 months old, she suffered the first epilepsy attack and began treatment in Bucharest with injectable Synacten (containing cortisone, a hormone of growth) and anticonvulsant drugs (Depakine). Following this treatment, Maia and her mother went to Sibiu (400km away from Iasi) to start a therapy with Vojta method (www.vojta.com). Progress was visible since early beginnings: when Maia was 13 months old, her motor development was significantly imbalanced compared to her ideal age-specific evolution, while after only few months of therapy she could walk on all fours and sit. She was 2 years old when she took her first steps, but her right foot could hardly touch the ground. Travelling to Sibiu for 2 weeks of therapy every 3 months, per hospital’s therapy scheme, was not sufficient for Maia’s steady recovery. For this reason, Marina rented a room and moved to Sibiu when Maia was 18 months, keen on Maia receiving daily therapy sessions for continued progress. In the autumn of 2012, together with the therapist, they also...

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Like The TudorBercea.com Facebook Page!

Like The TudorBercea.com Facebook Page!

Posted by on Mar 31, 2013 in Personal Blog, Professional Blog | 0 comments

At the time I am writing this article, TudorBercea.com facebook page has 8 “Likes”. I only need 22 more Likes to get access to insights about my activity. If you like this website and would like to stay updated with new articles (tutorials, social media, interviews, design, advertising and more), click the LIKE button on the widget on the sidebar to the right. Alternatively, you can click here to go directly to the TudorBercea.com facebook page and click the Like button there. Thank you!...

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What This Website Is All About

What This Website Is All About

Posted by on Mar 31, 2013 in Personal Blog, Professional Blog | 0 comments

Aaaand it’s been launched! But before you start browsing let me tell you what this website is all about. Portfolio Website The main reason I wanted to create a website was to increase my online visibility (which before, was limited to my social media profiles like facebook, twitter, youtube and others). As a freelancer, I want to attract more clients, and the best way to do that is to present my portfolio. The testimonials section is also a great way to attract new clients. I will update my portfolio with new projects, as soon as a project is finished. You are more than welcome to comment on my work. Whether you like my work or are not very fond of it, I will make sure your voice will be heard. Blog Another purpose of this website is to inform. Thus, the blog section will contain articles on various topics, not necessarily related to design. The articles will reflect my own opinions, as well as my guests’ opinions, who will occasionally be invited to write on the blog. If you would like to write an article on my blog, just contact me and tell me about your idea. It can be about any topic: advertising, a tutorial, society, philosophy, social media, personal development, or simply your personal reflections. I don’t really care who you are or if we ever met, you are invited to write on my blog. My plan is to post an article every week, probably every Thursday – but I still have to think about it. We’ll see how it all works out. Thank you for reading this article and for being one of the first visitors on...

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