Australian Politicians use of Social Media

Posted on 01. Jun, 2013 by in Web Design

We compiled this document on the current status of social media in by Australian Politicians. We looked at every member of the Australian Parliament, and what their use of social media was including Twitter influence and if they used their Facebook page. Name Constituency State Party Twitter profile Followers Klout  score Facebook page Likes Bob Baldwin Paterson […]

Top 10 Trends In Web Designs

Posted on 30. May, 2013 by in Web Design

If you are a web designer you understand the immense importance of remaining ahead of the trend curve. Web design is driven by the needs and desires of the customer, and these desires tend to move along the line of creative trends that define the latest in web design. The ability of a web designer […]

WordPress as a CMS A Great Way To Keep Customers Up To Date

Posted on 30. Apr, 2013 by in Web Design, Wordpress

One of the best ways to keep customers interested in your products, especially if you introduce a lot of new things constantly, is to have a website. Most business owners simply don’t have the time to put into learning how to build and maintain a full blown website, nor do they have the desire to […]

Essential Tips For Creating An Ad Campaign On Google Adwords

Posted on 22. Apr, 2013 by in Web Design

The internet has revolutionized the marketing paradigm and with Google being the most widely used search engine in the world, it is clear why marketers should concentrate on advertising through it. It is estimated that today, around 2 millions searches are made on Google every day and these searches comprise of searches made by people […]

Custom Website Design Vs. Template Vs. Build Your own via Software

Posted on 22. Apr, 2013 by in Web Design

Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of 3 various varieties of paths you could take to get a internet site up and running for your business. The first one we are going to look at is Custom Site Designs (Instance: Tulsa Website Design) Custom Site Design is a wonderful way to go if […]

Click Frenzy Crashes Site – How It Could Have Been Avoided

Posted on 22. Apr, 2013 by in Web Design

  504 Gateway Timeouts are common on websites that experience high levels of traffic, but are unprepared. It basically means that your browser did not receive a response quick enough from the website you are browsing to. Your browser goes through these steps before it builds datal; Obtain an IP address Open an IP socket […]

WordPress Broken… Now What?

Posted on 22. Apr, 2013 by in Web Design

Something wrong? You have installed WordPress, but it is now not working? Maybe you have the white screen of death? Or perhaps you can’t seem to update your site, because you can’t get into your back end? Here are some standard remedies for standard problems. Before you start looking around, or trying to fix things, there are […]

Why is that site beating you on SERPs?

Posted on 22. Apr, 2013 by in Web Design

Are you a business owner or new to search engine optimization (SEO)? Are you wondering how and why a certain website, possibly a competitor site, is beating you? Well, this is for you. In almost every other SEO page, you will realize the question of, “why is site x doing better than mine?” Most of […]

80 percent wordpress websites not updated

Posted on 21. Apr, 2013 by in Web Design

  Using the BuiltWith system we have found that up to 80% of all WordPress installations have not been updated to the latest version. Taking a sample of the 8,434,062 websites listed on BuiltWith, we searched the code for signals of which version that website is running. Using data from WordPress, we also found that Version 3. 5 was […]

What is the difference between number one and number 2 in Google?

Posted on 21. Apr, 2013 by in Web Design

When determining the difference between the number two and number one positions on Google, there are two different significant perspectives from which to approach this topic. The first perspective would be the difference in traffic that each position generates and the bulk of this article will be dedicated to this. The second perspective would be […]

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