Quick Guide To HTML ENTITIES

Quick Guide To HTML ENTITIES/SYMBOLS/CHARACTERS

Simple Reference Guide of all those special HTML Entities, Symbols and Characters that are not found on your computer keyboard but can be easily created with the right HTML code placed directly on your web page or blog post.

When your blog post or web page needs that extra punch – just add one of these characters to make your content pop. Keep in mind, all HTML Entities start with an ampersand and end with a semi-colon. Just place them in your HTML code where you want them to show up ❤ – no other tags/code is needed.

Here are some of the most common HTML Entities gathered in a handy Infographic for your convenience.

Create Html Entities Symbols Characters for Your Blog or Site

Most of these Entities/Symbols/Characters can’t be found on your keyboard so you have to use the HTML code to produce the image or character you need. A more detailed/comprehensive list of Entities can be found here.

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Titus Hoskins
www.bizwaremagic.com

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Black Friday Coupons And Doorbusters

Black Friday Coupons And Doorbusters

Black Friday - Dell Deals

It’s that time of year again when the holiday shopping season kicks into full gear, and Black Friday becomes a four letter word for many people. However, as part of its online Laptop Buyer’s Guide our Bizwaremagic.com site is again featuring the most current discount coupons from such computer manufacturers like Dell, HP, Alienware, Toshiba and many more.

It has become a popular feature and an integral part of our site – these Black Friday & Cyber Monday deals are sought after by our subscribers and patrons. It has become an annual event where alert online shoppers can save $100s off popular laptops, tablets and PCs. In other words, visitors to this site like these coupons and keep coming back for more offers.

This year Dell started its Doorbusters at 5:00 PM on Thanksgiving and have different rounds of Doorbusters throughout Black Friday. These sale items are usually limited in quantity and may end at any moment so potential buyers must be quick to snap up these deals. In previous years, Dell has thrown in a few unadvertised bargains that make things interesting and fun. Interested shoppers can find a whole list of Dell’s 2015 Doorbuster Coupons and Deal here.

Alert holiday shoppers can save up to $300 or more on premium Alienware gaming systems by using these online coupons.

Black Friday - Dell Deals

Alienware, which Dell acquired in 2006, also has some excellent offers this year – including $300 off the Alienware 18 Gaming laptop and $200 off the popular Alienware Alpha gaming desktops. Alienware is on the expensive side, so any savings are welcomed. Interested gamers can check out these offers by clicking here.

Toshiba products are also very high in demand and offer some great bargains as well. These are also listed on our site as they become available. In addition, there are also some excellent deals by HP that can appeal to the business audience associated with our site. HP printers are always a popular item regardless of the season. Those interested in checking out the HP offers – Click Here.

Keeping to the nature of our site, the Corporate Business Gift Guide is well suited to our audience and has been a staple for many years. Black Friday offers can be found here from such brands as ThingRemembered, zChocolat, aGiftPersonalized and many others.

There you have it – some of the best holiday deals and offers for 2015. As mentioned above, potential buyers and gift-givers should bookmark these pages if they don’t want to miss any new offers.

Titus Hoskins
www.bizwaremagic.com

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Bizwaremagic Launches Its First Viral Marketing Campaign

Bizwaremagic Launches Its First Viral Marketing Campaign
(And Needs Your Help!)

These days they say everything should be viral – including one’s promotion and marketing. More essential, because of the ever-increasing importance of social media, webmasters and online promoters should not ignore this viral element in their campaigns. Instead, the experts suggest because of the nature of the Internet, viral marketing/promotion should be embraced and even exploited.

Easier said than done.

Getting an image, video or web content to go viral is extremely difficult. It’s like trying to read human nature and then having all the cards fall into place. One never knows what will catch a browser’s attention and compel that said viewer or reader to share your content.

Short of cute talking kittens and sneezing pandas, creating a viral campaign of any kind is an “iffy” business. Combine this tricky feat with marketing and one is entering a virtual minefield – no pun intended. Chances are extremely high your so-called viral content may just stay static, and the only place it will go viral is in your own mind.

However, life would be no fun if everything was easy to do. And we would all be heroes or at least heroes for just one day as the song goes!

Actually, years ago, I did have a web page go viral. Well, in this case, it delivered some extra 70k visitors to my site in one day. Guess that was a viral event, one of my site’s articles was featured on the front page of Digg.com, and many sites picked it up or linked to it. This so-called viral event gave me a good chance to study this kind of web traffic, and I naturally wrote an article about it located here.

Usually, viral content has to appeal strongly to the emotions, the absurd or the funny bone. It this content can quickly capture a strong sentiment or belief – it has a much better chance of being “liked and shared” in the many different social media sites – with Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+ being the major venues.

In my modest opinion, this viral content must also have a strong visual element or appeal. Catching eyeballs is the name of the game. Strong visual images are needed to catch the attention of these eyeballs as they scroll news feeds at ever increasing speeds. It’s all about the hook.

This year I am creating some (hopefully) viral content around Black Friday. This campaign will consist of different images/banners/content revolving around this annual shopping holiday/frenzy that happens on the Friday after Thanksgiving in the States. This shopping event and the days surrounding it (including Cyber Monday) has become an important revenue generator for many merchants – online and in the real world.

As an online marketer, it also has been proven to be my most lucrative time to market on the web. Some may find the emphasis on marketing to be somewhat crass but doing affiliate marketing allows me the freedom to create content and have fun on the web. Don’t knock it until you have tried it.

However, I find it’s a delicate balance, so I try to supply valuable/helpful content along with all those affiliate links to soften the blow. Information first, selling later. Nobody likes the hard-sell, including myself.

So with all this in mind, this year I thought I would try some humor with my marketing. I am also exploring the whole hashtag field with the “#blackfriday = #theshoppingdead” idea. Many people have come to hate the whole concept of Black Friday with all its heavy-handed commercialism and mindless buying frenzy. I do believe we all become “the shopping dead” around this time – bouncing from one great deal to the next. Most of us do lose our brains in the process.

Black Friday - The Shopping Dead

I am a huge fan of AMC’s The Walking Dead, and it has become an integral part of popular culture. Here I am making an editorial comparison between it and the frenzied buying associated with these shopping holidays. Might be unfair criticism or parody, but it perfectly symbolizes the brainless consumerism associated with Black Friday.

Regardless, I am also featuring this whole “don’t go brainless” concept with the promotion of my own buying guides I have on my sites – especially the Laptop Buyer’s Guide and the Corporate Business Gifts Guide which have always proven popular during the Holiday Season. Granted, I have always heavily promoted during Black Friday/Cyber Monday and will do so again this year.

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If you agree with any of what you have read or like the content associated with it, please share one or two of the images on this page and help make this content go viral. Might sound simplistic, but you never know where that first share, like or pin will end up.

Titus Hoskins
www.bizwaremagic.com

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