The Lowdown on Making Your Site Mobile-Friendly
APRIL 26, 2012
It has been easy until recently to ignore the concept of mobile browsing as it did not impact a significant portion of the traffic on the internet. That notion has changed, however, with 2011 seeing a total of 20% of all web traffic coming through mobile phones. For the most experienced developers, using CSS as a platform for a mobile deployment may be a good idea. Using CSS.
The 2014 Digital Marketing Ecosystem
JANUARY 8, 2014
Marketing technologists (those that understand how it all fits together) will become invaluable as businesses adopt customer relationship management solutions, email service providers, content management systems, and big data. They hear buzzwords like mobile marketing, SEO, retargeting, inbound marketing, or social media engagement. They say, “Okay, go!”
Best Responsive Web Design To Boost Your Online Business
APRIL 28, 2016
Best responsive web design (BRWD) involves a collection of sophisticated techniques, which allows your website to adapt to any screen size by rendering the content in an easily readable and navigable form. With Google taking mobile-friendliness to another level, you cannot think of a successful SEO strategy without best responsive web design. Google doesn’t like content repetition.
70+ Resources on How to Start a WordPress Blog
DECEMBER 21, 2011
Sure, there are other blogging platforms and content management systems you can use on your own domain, but none are quite as popular or powerful as WordPress. Importing Your Content. WordPress.org has a Importing Content guide that includes information on how to import content from almost 50 different sources (or, in some cases, if it is even possible).
Learning via the Social Media Game
Bare Feet Studios
JULY 25, 2011
It just shows you how much app and platform development continues in the sphere of online social networks and mobile options. Drupal. Customized content management systems (CMS) where your staff can access and edit the website and users can create their own blogs within your main site. How often will you use this and what data or content would you like to include? Web and mobile updates. Mobile Texting. How will you collect and manage cellphone numbers? Commercial online project and content management system for internal use.