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Google Posted an article on February 26, 2015 announcing they will be giving mobile friendly websites higher Ranking in the Search Engine Results, beginning April 21, 2015
Where should you be spending your marketing dollars?
"Flash" is a technology owned by Adobe. Many websites use Flash to show animation on their webpages. Flash is most commonly used to display photos in a slideshow. What most don't know is text in a Flash website cannot be read by Search Engines. If your website was developed with Flash, Google only sees a 1-page website with no content, just an embedded Flash file.
Responsive Web Design and Content Management Systems - Why a “Mobile First” Perspective is the Future of SiteNinja CMS
Responsive web design and mobile first are two concepts that have been receiving a lot of attention from the design community. While everyone’s talking about the progressive enhancement approach for designing themes, there’s been a surprising lack of talk about it from the CMS Administration end.
Recently, I was having a conversation with my girlfriend about replacing her old 13” Macbook. It’s getting up there in years and is still running Tiger OSX. Initially, she was planning on replacing it with a new 13” Macbook Pro.
“Do you think I should just get an iPad 3 instead?” she asked.
What does it take to get Top Ranking on Google? Let's start with some proven successful results.
Seeing proven successful results, like in the Google Searches you see below, gets me excited about sharing with you how to get top ranking in Google Searches.
What Are Motion Graphics?
Motion graphics refers to various types of graphic movements, including 3-D elements, cell animation, stop-motion animation, digital video, film and many others.
It’s a small-business owner’s worst Web nightmare: A customer or business partner calls up and says your website seems to now be an ad for Viagra pills from China or just infected them with malware. You’ve been hacked.
In recent weeks, a wave of hacks have hit small business around the Tri-Counties. The Business Times reached out to Web developers around the region for advice on how small-businesses can keep their websites more secure. Experts say that even without a huge budget or a full-time webmaster, small firms can take a few easy steps to protect themselves from some of the most common hacks and recover quickly if an attack does happen.