Responsive design is the new maxim in web design, and for good reason. A website that automatically adjusts and reshapes itself to the size of the device you’re using is a valuable asset in an increasingly mobile market.
Google’s goalposts for what constitutes good SEO are constantly evolving. From transitioning to new algorithms to punishing sites for poor mobile responsiveness, the average website owner has a lot to keep up with just to rank favorably on the search engine’s results.
Google Analytics is a really cool and helpful feature, if you know how to use it. You may have wondered what all that data really means and how it can help. Understanding Google Analytics may take a little time, but the pay-off is understanding who is coming to your site.
Search engine optimization (SEO) includes processes that make your website easily found by search engines. These processes include identifying and using keywords in website content in a way that can be continually updated.
The Internet is alive with predictions for 2015 of expected trends in website design and content practices. While some bloggers have made predictions that are clear outliers, there appears to be solid agreement of some of the developments we’ll see in the coming year.
I’m sure it is no surprise to you that mobile internet usage has skyrocketed over the last few years. A recent report from Morgan Stanley predicts that mobile internet usage will match that of desktop internet usage in 2014.
If you’re in business, you already know it’s a good idea to talk your customers so you can communicate with them on what’s going on with your business, what’s new in your product line and what services you have to offer.
In fact, your website is hosted at a very real brick and mortar location on Earth — the real Earth. All of our sites are hosted on our servers located physically in Lansing, MI, at a major hosting provider. What follows is a glossary of terms connected with website hosting.