15 Ways to Market Your Website on Twitter

Twitter has certainly grown from the humble micro-blogging website it began as just seven years ago. Not only is Twitter a household name these days, but you can’t talk about online marketing without it coming up. If you need proof that you should be marketing your business on Twitter, take a look at these numbers: […]

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Is Your Website User-Friendly?

In recent years, web designers have been trending towards trading in visual bells and whistles for minimal simplicity. There is probably more to this trend than the aesthetics. With the emerging emphasis on content strategy and website interactivity, simpler web design just makes more sense. Maintaining a user-friendly website is one of the most important […]

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Infographic: A Beginner’s Look At Virtual Private Servers

In an age when technology is constantly changing and evolving, it’s important to keep up-to-date with industry trends, new products, and new processes that can help make you and your business more efficient. Since the introduction of the Virtual Private Server (VPS) in 2001, more and more people are adopting the solution as the primary […]

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Split Testing 101: How to Get Started

When trying to determine which elements of a web page will get you the best results, split testing is the way to go. Also known as A/B testing, split testing occurs when you test two versions of a web page simultaneously (say, they each have a different color scheme or headline) in order to see […]

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Web Optimization: Where to Start

Do you see web optimization as something shrouded in mystery? Contrary to popular belief, SEO is not an ancient, unknowable magic that only a select few have understanding of (though there are those who would have you think that). Instead, search engine optimization simply involves taking certain steps to make sure your website is as […]

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Website Security: Tips to Keep Your Site Safe from Digital Threats

How would you rate your website security? Chances are it could be better. A report published by firm Whitehat Security revealed that 86% of all websites had at least one serious vulnerability. Lack of website security is a serious concern, and not even larger organizations are immune. On Guy Fawkes Day of 2011, a holiday […]

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Responsive Website Design: Is it Worth It?

If you wake up in the morning and check a favorite website on your laptop, then check it again on your tablet, and again later in the day on your smartphone while waiting in line, then you’re like many people who access the internet from different web-enabled devices. Most people who own multiple devices eventually […]

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What is Google Authorship and Why Should You Care?

Let’s face it: Even if you create amazing content, there is still no guarantee that it will get you the audience you’re looking for. After all, you can choose just about any subject and find a mountain of pertinent information about it online. If you write a blog post on a popular topic, it’s likely […]

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Mobile Web Usage Trends: What You Need to Know

You see it everywhere. While waiting in line at the bank, sitting in the coffee shop, and even while stuck in traffic, people are browsing the internet on their cell phones and tablets. Where we used to carry newspapers and books, we now carry tablets and e-readers. Instead of old-school Walkmen, we’re listening to music […]

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The New SEO: What’s Big in 2013

The rules of search engine optimization are always changing, and old techniques quickly become outdated with the development of new search technologies. This is a point that Google has been driving home lately with its Panda and Penguin algorithm updates (most recently, Penguin 2.0). These algorithm changes are aimed at weeding out spammy, irrelevant websites […]

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