There are more to colors than what meets the eye. Have you ever wondered what makes us like one website so much as compared to others?
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Without proper research, hiring an SEO can be one of the worst decisions your business will ever make. Find out the right questions to ask your SEO
Google Analytics is an awesome piece of software that lets you see what is happening on your website. We can use this data to optimize the site and make it user friendly in order to generate more profits.
With the growth in online shopping stores and online marketing, businesses are trying out unique and various web design techniques to make the shopping experience as comprehensive as possible.
When any person is planning a trip somewhere, what she looks for most is a visual of it. You just can’t expect anyone to choose a place without knowing anything about how it appears. At least not in these days, when the internet and social media are at their peak.
here are two ways the customer gets to know your business: buying from you and the way you present yourself. Your business is more than the sum total of the products that you sell. You have a brand, your personality in the business world, and it requires specific upkeep that is distinct from your product marketing efforts. Businesses that fail to differentiate between the two often find themselve
Digital expert Greg Fry discussed what makes a good entrepreneur with the young success , Richie Whelan of Popdeem in a live Google Hangout.
Online content writing: Where would we be without words? Imagine if your business couldn’t speak. Here’s how to make sure your online content gets results.
Memes are the modern day equivalent to the observation that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Whilst it appears the term “meme” was first defined by a scientist called Richard Dawkins back in the 1970’s, memes have really gained some traction and popularity over the last few years.
What 3 factors make for a great international website? Your domain, your design and the language you use argues Neil Payne.