As it turns out, you can take control over the success that you have in Web development. What was once a pie-in-the-sky dream is now much more of a reality. Just read the following article below to learn more.
A year ago I have started to improve my web-development skills and share the knowledge I had with the visitors of my blog. Most projects and article Iíve created or written are still popular in the Net Ė The Web-Developerís Handbook has become one of the most popular web-sites since the beginning of social tagging, it was digged, slashdotted (twice), bookmarked by over 8000 + 3770 delicious users; the articles about my projects and articles appeared on SiteProNews, Lifehacker, Zeldman.com, 456bereastreet, mezzoblue, stopdesign and 274.000 other web-pages. The funny thing is that as I was just realizing my ideas in the Web, I didnít think about getting the page popular, tweaking its position in search engines or finding potential clients on the Web. The basic idea was helping people. First of all, helping me, but also sharing my work with people who might need it sometimes. And, essentially, exactly this attitude has provided and provides thousands of hundreds visitors on my page Ė per week. Source: Vitaly Friedman