Category: Design/Development

Mobile Optimization: What You Need to Know

Posted by Kevin Harris - February 25, 2011 - Design/Development
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Don’t think you need to make your website mobile friendly? Think again. The statistics show that more than a third of the folks out there access the Internet with their phones. While some phones such as the iPhone are capable of pulling up regular, “full” websites on the Internet, many other phones don’t have that […]

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What To Check Before Your Site Goes Live

Posted by Doug Bond - February 22, 2011 - Design/Development
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Think you’re ready to publish your website?  Think again.  There are a few things you need to check out before you go live on the Internet. You may have invested a day, week, month or more writing, arranging and designing your website, meticulously observing every conceivable detail.  But even the most experienced web designers set […]

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What WP Plugins is StayOnSearch Using?

Posted by Mark Thompson - January 3, 2011 - Blogging, Design/Development, Tools
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First of all, I would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year.  This is the first post of 2011 and I am really looking forward to another outstanding year of high-quality content, new guest bloggers and feedback from our readers on how we can continue to deliver outstanding value. Recently I’ve had a few […]

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The Importance of an SEO-friendly Web Developer

Posted by Warner Carter - December 28, 2010 - Design/Development
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Web developers are the people who construct websites from the roots up. To build websites, developers use hypertext markup language (HTML), style sheets, and advanced web code systems. On the other hand, web designers are responsible for a website’s graphic elements. Designers use graphic programs like Adobe Photoshop, Gimp, and Corel Draw to create various […]

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Opt-In Placement for Maximizing Subscribers

Posted by Mark Thompson - November 15, 2010 - Design/Development, SEM, SEO
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You have probably noticed that many bloggers are adding opt-in forms throughout their entire blog to help increase subscribers.  Gaining new RSS and E-mail subscribers to your blog allows you to not have to depend on Google or other traffic sources to get your readers back to your site.  Gaining your readers email address allows […]

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How to Get Started with Your Website’s Compatibility Test

Posted by Obaidul Haque - October 29, 2010 - Design/Development
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Are you turning away customers just because your website is not compatible? Though compatibility is one of the biggest challenges in website creation, it is also one of the most overlooked. So, how do you find whether your website is compatible or not? To begin with, let us first be clear about what website compatibility […]

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5 Biggest Challenges You Need to Face in Website Creation

Posted by Obaidul Haque - September 20, 2010 - Design/Development
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A great website can be defined as ‘an idea designed for maximum impact’. Our main target, while developing a website, is to strike the right chord with the target audience. And let’s admit that creation of a website is not as easy as it seems. It’s not always a great idea that makes a great […]

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Choosing Between a Blog, Micro-site, or Landing Page?

Posted by Mark Thompson - September 1, 2010 - Design/Development
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Yesterday I had an interesting discussion with a client about how we should go about implementing a new brand/product strategy that she was looking to create.  We had a good talk about the different options and ways we could structure the new brand and product offerings.  It got my thinking that this was a great […]

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