How to Track SEO Performance

Posted on 21. Apr, 2013 by in Web Design

SEO is undoubtedly essential to running a successful internet based business. Without good SEO, a webiste will never get noticed by potential customers and business partners, which is why many companies spend thousands of dollars on getting top rankings. However, it is not enough to simply apply SEO strategies such as getting good backlinks, using […]

Web Development as a Career

Posted on 21. Apr, 2013 by in Web Design

Take a moment to look at the screen around the words you are reading. Look at the colors, designs, images, video capsules and how they’re placed. You are looking at a webpage made by a professional web developer. Web development is a growing field where you can flex your creative muscles and yet not be […]

Finding Dory – 20 marketing lessons from pixar

Posted on 21. Apr, 2013 by in Web Design

1. Franchises work. If you have one winner, keep it going, either a sequel like “Cars II” or a prequel like “Finding Dory.” 2. Reviews don’t matter: Some Pixar movies are better than others, but young viewers are less interested in critical reviews as they are new adventures with recognizable characters. 3. Cartoons work: Pixar […]

Create A Great Experience With Responsive Website Design

Posted on 21. Apr, 2013 by in Web Design

Today is an age of change and a season of innovation. In a fast-paced business world with so much competition what can we do to keep up with today’s technology? You put a lot of work into your grand business website, which has worked well the last few years. Keep in mind that technology is […]

10 PHP Tips

Posted on 21. Apr, 2013 by in Web Design

Although there are literally thousands of development techniques coders use throughout the PHP development community, we have tried to narrow them down to the most important, immediately impactful practices aimed at making you a better coder. Know your limits. PHP is not meant as a solution to every software problem. PHP is specifically intended to […]

SEO and the Law

Posted on 21. Apr, 2013 by in Web Design

When one uses the phrase “the law” in relation to SEO, the idea that most comes to mind is how SEO marketing affects/relates to the legal industry. How are law firms and others in the industry marketing their services and does SEO play a significant role in their doings? More specifically, where is the line […]

10 business lessons from Ramsays Kitchen Nightmares

Posted on 21. Apr, 2013 by in Web Design

Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares is a popular show on BBC-America. Some people might say it’s because we love seeing someone else’s train wreck, but really there’s a lot of lessons being taught about learning from your failures: Maintain high standards for your business. In one episode, Gordon Ramsay attempts to help a struggling owner of an […]

How to Install WordPress

Posted on 21. Apr, 2013 by in Web Design

Although WordPress is user/installer-friendly, it is nevertheless a very powerful piece of software. For the novice, following a few simple steps may be enough, especially since there are so many helpful resources on the Internet. Persons with more advanced skill, however, can use WordPress to do some very amazing things, technically speaking. What Do You […]

Shocktivism — Cause based viral messages

Posted on 21. Apr, 2013 by in Web Design

Remember the KONY 2012 viral ads? Essentially, the campaign tried to get awareness, and later, political action, through a series of posts and other social media sites that linked to a documentary by Jason Russell about Joseph Kony and the Lord’s Resistance Army, a group that involuntarily recruited child soldiers and enacted various attrocities. Maybe […]

10 WordPress Hacks to Watch Out For

Posted on 21. Apr, 2013 by in Web Design

Wordpress provides blog writers and content producers a wonderful way to distribute information through a ready-made system. Unfortunately, widely used, standardized platforms tend to get probed by far too many people, exposing all sorts of weaknesses. As a result, anyone using the platforms then ends up being subject to loopholes and hacks allowing an outside […]

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