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Devir has created another excellent screencast for all of you. This time, he took a trip back in time to show you how my website looked back in 2002. It’s a TAD different these days, I know. The point is to show you how much website building has changed over the years. Devir is going to give you several tips in this screencast for tools you can use to improve your website!

The first tool is called Wufoo. Wufoo is a web application that removes the inefficiency and tediousness out of the form building process. It is a HTML form builder helps you create contact forms, online surveys, and invitations so you can collect the data, registrations and online payments you need without writing a single line of code. Wufoo is only free for the first three forms. After that, you would need to register and pay for the service.

The second tool that can help you improve your site is called MOBIFY. MOBIFY helps you to design a mobile layout for your website, as well as capture mobile traffic from both Twitter and Google. It also helps you to manage mobile analytics and advertising!

Next, we have something that I use right here on my own site – Wibiya. The Wibya toolbar is free, and works on all platforms. Use it to increase your page views, incorporate your Twitter and Facebook accounts, and communicate with your readers. There is no need to know how to code anything, and it takes literally less than two minutes to install!

Thanks, Devir, for an excellent screencast!!

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