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Advertising on the web isn’t the domain of the biggest players anymore — it’s now the place the rest of us advertise stuff as well. With the web making it easy to let other people know about events, things you want to sell, as well as other ways to advertise whatever it may be, there are a handful of different web apps that can be used for these purposes. You have sites like Evite, Facebook, Craigslist, and more that make it really easy for you to advertise whatever you want, whenever you want. Their purpose is to make it simple for you to get your message out to the world, but the area where they tend to lack is the design of your advertisement. Either you have no control over it or there are no options for you to design your own advertisement to attract more people.

That is why a web app that I am reviewing today caught my attention when I came across their site. I was actually looking for a fun way to advertise our 4th of July BBQ that we are having. I immediately went to Facebook, then I stopped myself, and thought that there had to be a better way to do this. So I was able to put Smore through its paces and found it a lot of fun to use.

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Let’s face it: most amateur and small business posters and fliers are terrible — mismatched fonts, bad alignment, garish color schemes, and that’s just getting started. They are made in a hurry by people who don’t know what they’re doing. Then they get posted on a local bulletin board, and who looks at those?

Tackk makes it easy to quickly create fliers, posters, announcements, web pages, and other simple fire-and-forget notes, and share them on the web. It has a beautiful, clean design, and plenty of room for customization. It has its own virtual bulletin board to share your filer, in addition to social network sharing options, and you can print your creations out to stick on a real bulletin board if you wish. Let’s take a closer look to see if it holds up to scrutiny. (more…)

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