Eric Liang
Entrepreneur, Web Developer, Content Creator
What Is The 100 Days of Code Challenge And How To Get Started

What Is The 100 Days of Code Challenge And How To Get Started

What is the 100 Days of Code Challenge? The 100 Days of Code challenge is a challenge where people dedicates his or her time to code for at least 1 hour per day for 100 days straight. During the 100 [Read more]



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Starting The 100DaysOfCode Challenge

Starting The 100DaysOfCode Challenge

After weeks of trying to come up with project ideas to do for the 100DaysOfCode challenge, I am finally ready to start. The 100DaysOfCode challenge is a coding challenge where people code for 100 days straight for at least an hour daily while posting about their status on social media daily. [Read more]



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How To Add NoFollow Links In GhostJS Blog Posts

How To Add NoFollow Links In GhostJS Blog Posts

If you are a GhostJS user, you probably know that by default, it doesn't let you add any link attributes, such as rel = "nofollow" via Markdown. Don't worry, I thought so too. I was tempted to go back to Wordpress, but I figured it out. [Read more]



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The Ultimate List of Free Stock Photos & Free Royalty Free Images

The Ultimate List of Free Stock Photos & Free Royalty Free Images

The ultimate list of free stock photography images that are royalty free and free to download. Over 40 free stock photography sites to check out. I've compiled this list because I know the pain of having little to no budget, but what's even worse is the time wasted researching for that right image. [Read more]



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Why DigitalOcean Makes A Great First VPS Hosting Platform For Beginners

Why DigitalOcean Makes A Great First VPS Hosting Platform For Beginners

There are a lot of VPS Hosting and Cloud Hosting solutions out there, such as Amazon AWS, Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure but they are confusing to the beginner, and this is why DigitalOcean, in my opinion, makes a great hosting platform for beginner web developers who've outgrown shared hosting. [Read more]



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Reasons Why I Switched My Old Workplace's Website From Magento To Shopify

Reasons Why I Switched My Old Workplace's Website From Magento To Shopify

In my first job, I was in originally in charge of SEO, then my responsibilities grew to social media management, and eventually becoming the guy who made most of the technical decisions for the entire company. One of the decisions [Read more]



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How To Be More Productive By Creating A Maintenance Day

How To Be More Productive By Creating A Maintenance Day

One way to be more productive doing your chores is to apply the concept of a Maintenance Day, which was originally created by Chris Bailey, author of The Productivity Project. [Read more]



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How To Add Hashtags To The Title of Your YouTube Videos

How To Add Hashtags To The Title of Your YouTube Videos

YouTube recently added a hashtag feature which allows video creators to add hashtags to their videos. They show up on top of the title of your videos as a clickable link. This post will teach you how to add hashtags to your videos. [Read more]



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Should You Start a Dropshipping Business?

Should You Start a Dropshipping Business?

So you've heard about dropshipping, and see all these people and self-claimed gurus making thousands of dollars from dropshipping on YouTube, and you are thinking about wanting to try it out. So should you start a dropshipping business? [Read more]



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Journal Entry 4: Things I Learned From Trying To Start A Dropshipping Business

Journal Entry 4: Things I Learned From Trying To Start A Dropshipping Business

Back in 2017, I learned about the concept of starting a dropshipping business online. The reasonable thing to do was I tried 3 times starting a dropshipping business, I failed, but I learned a lot of things from that experience. [Read more]



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Journal Entry 3: Revising My Freelance Web Development Service Packages

Journal Entry 3: Revising My Freelance Web Development Service Packages

Because I decided to take my freelance web development business more seriously, I reviewed my current service model or business model, and made some revisions to improve it. [Read more]



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Journal Entry 2: Working On My Freelancing Business

Journal Entry 2: Working On My Freelancing Business

Ever since I quit my job at the end of 2017, I have been working on my web development skills to hopefully generate some sort of income through freelancing. I applied to many gigs on Upwork every single month. I [Read more]



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