Archive for April, 2010
Creating a good web experience for mobile users is easier than one might think. By knowing how to avoid the pitfalls that cause some mobile sites to fail, you can easily design a site that is mobile friendly.
One thing to keep in mind is the fact that WAP sites use WML or wireless markup [...]
Before changing your website, be sure to ask yourself a few questions. You should know the goal of your site and ask yourself what audience you are trying to reach. Whoever this may be, be sure that the changes you plan to make will continue to appeal to your target audience. Major changes may put [...]
Here are some great SEO tips that everyone from the beginner to the seasoned professional can appreciate. Most people with a bit of web design and beginner SEO experience should be able to use these tips without a problem. To start improving the popularity and visibility of your website now, just follow these easy guidelines:
As you probably know, Microsoft and Yahoo recently gained regulatory approval on a search and advertising deal which will see Yahoo using Bing’s algorithm in its search results.
Many people are wondering whether or not this means that businesses and webmasters will only have to concern themselves with optimizing for two major search engines instead [...]
Google has been considering developing a system that would use real-time notifications being sent to subscribers of content when something has been updated on a website.
Matt Cutts explains that Google may only get the chance to crawl the pages of a small site once a week, but with this new type of system in [...]
Twitter is used by millions of people each day to create, discover and share ideas with one another. Today, consumers are turning to Twitter as an effective way to reach out to businesses.
When some people working in the Empire State Building tweeted that they wanted ice cream delivered, a local chain delivered it. When [...]
The Library of Congress has acquired every public tweet since Twitter has been in existence over the past four years. Twitter runs 55 million tweets each and every day and the data being stored is huge.
The library is organizing the tweets according to topic and when the archive becomes available to the public in [...]
As we all know by now, Microsoft’s Bing is now in operation. As a part of a promotion campaign, Bing has been made the official search engine of Verizon Wireless cell phones.
Microsoft and Verizon have a five year contract in an attempt to promote the new search engine to cell phone users. Users will be [...]
Back in the summer of 2009, it was thought that online advertising on Facebook would pass MySpace by 2011. Already in 2010, that has become reality as Facebook is the number one social networking site on the web with advertisers flocking to the popular website to get a piece of the pie.
In fact, Facebook is [...]
Due to the fact that the range of available online advertising options is so wide, it is becoming harder and harder for website owners and SEM beginners to figure out the best ways to advertise, the best networks to use and also the best way to tweak the campaigns they run for best ROI.
The holy [...]