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With recent popularity of Pinterest, we’re starting to notice the many other sites are being influenced by Pinterest’s image driven non-linear design. Pinterest organizes information into sticky-note like content blocks that fill the entire browser window. Users typically scan a web page for things that interest them and Pinterest’s content blocks are like mini web pages, with a […]
Using Google Forms is a great and simple way for anyone to publish an online form. While Google Forms are very powerful, the presentation isn’t very desirable and in it’s raw form can be a poor reflection on your company or brand. This post explains how to create a Google Form and how to customize […]
Google and search engine’s evaluate each piece of information and text in your post and then collectivity gives it an overall score for each keyword/keyphrase. Each of these attributes or techniques in this article may be singularly minimal in effect, but collectivity they are critical for Google to determine the keyword relevancy for each post […]
It’s recommended to choose a domain name without hyphens but Google doesn’t penalize you for using hyphens in your URL, however 3 or more hyphens in your domain name may raise a red flag as a spammy site.
When adding photos to your website, something that is often overlooked, but is easy to do is to add ALT and TITLE attributes to your images.
If you’re a local business, localized leads are high value, very targeted and converts!
Getting a good domain name is nearly impossible, so you have to get creative. It’s also important to consider Search Engine Optimization (SEO), because having a keyword in your domain tells Google and other search engines that your site must be highly relavant to that keyword. Here’s a useful tool for brainstorming about your new […]
We’ve all used free online services or applications and have likely thought “how is that a sustainable business model?”. Some are purely for marketing and exposure, and others, like Zynga’s free FarmVille application for Facebook, allows users to fast-track the game by selling virtual currency. Some services, like Twitter, develop customers or an audience and […]
Ever wondered what parts of your site can’t be seen without scrolling? Google’s Browser Size shows you what portion of users can see a given spot on the screen. This is not screen resolution but the area available to the browser – as gathered from www.google.com users. browsersize.googlelabs.com/