Some interesting news in the Web; Google is abandoning the requirement that you need a Google Plus (G+) account to establish a YouTube page or any other Google tool.
Some of our competition claim that Google’s mobile-friendly update on April 21st will be the end to your website as you know it if you don’t upgrade to a responsive design. They say that you will have massive drops in traffic and signal that “the end is nigh!”.
You may have heard that Google is about to start ranking sites based on their abilities to display on smartphones and tablets. We talked about it a few weeks ago here and this post is, technically, a second part to that post.
It’s official, Google is going to start favoring responsive designs when determining search rankings.
SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is crucial to one’s online livelihood on the Web today and the SEO industry shows no signs of stopping. As with any booming business in America, this eventually attracts people and/or businesses whom offer substandard services at ridiculous rates.
Below is a list of simple tasks that you should be performing on a weekly basis to keep your site on top in the search results.
Blogging is a perfect way for people to share their thoughts with others. When people blog, it means they keep an updated online journal or diary. Companies might also blog to help increase the amount of business on their web sites.
What exactly happens when you order a domain name, secure a great value web hosting account and ask your web designer to set up your website to showcase your products? Do you know how to manage your web hosting account and your email accounts?