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Two quick and easy tricks to writing a killer headlines!

On 08 May 2014, in E-Commerce, by Alexander Zamberg

Headlines are probably the most important words in the whole website text. In fact, if
written badly, they may be the only words that website users actually read! On the other
hand, if written well, they will entice the user to go on and explore further – and maybe
even to buy something or sign up for a service! This makes headline writing the lynchpin of
the whole SEO game.

Website headlines really do make all the difference between whether the client goes on to
find out more or bounces right off the page to another, seemingly more interesting site.
If you don’t grab users’ attention and interest in that one short headline phrase then you
have failed to tempt one more potential client.

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Top 8 reasons why you need a mobile site... yesterday

On 08 May 2014, in E-Commerce, by Alexander Zamberg

  1. People are increasingly using smartphones and tablets to browse the web, rather than
    traditional desktop computers or laptops. Numbers of web-users browsing from their mobiles are
    increasing exponentially as more businesses decide to become mobile friendly. Shouldn’t you be
    heading in the same direction?
  2. People can browse smartphones and tablets from any place, any time. If your website is
    mobile accessible you could pick up potential clients as they ride home on the bus or subway, or as
    they relax in their back garden, or wait for a dental appointment… Web browsing on a mobile device
    is not restricted to the home or office - it can be done from anywhere there is mobile network signal.
    Wouldn’t it help your business grow if you could take advantage of this flexible accessibility?

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Content that Ranks

On 13 Sep 2013, in Web Development

A lot of factors contribute to a website reaching and maintaining high positions in search results for target terms. These factors include user experience, site structure, alt tags on images, site maps, and more. Above all content is definitely still priority. The following are 10 tips for writing content that will help your website rank higher in search results:

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To App, or Not To App

On 09 Aug 2013, in Web Development, by Ben Moss

It’s clear that the mobile web is on the rise. Taking a look at the stats, it’s hard to see how desktop browsing can survive the onslaught.

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Future Vision

On 28 Jun 2013, in Other, by Andrei Medvedev

A little bit outdated but still fun to watch productivity future vision.

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Anatomy of a Perfectly Optimized Page

On 20 Jun 2013, in Web Development

When it comes to on-page SEO, you might have not heard enough about meta tags and keyword density for one lifetime.

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Should a logo be timeless?

On 20 Jun 2013, in Graphic Design

Have you ever asked for a logo design which can stand the test of time? Something that will last forever. Have you ever thought about all those logos that belong to "Mega Corporations"? It seems that they never change. Do they? The most surprising thing that they do and a lot.

The illustration that is offered allows you to see how some of the biggest global brands change their logos from very beginnings to the present days.

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Serif vs Sans. The Final Battle

On 20 Jun 2013, in Graphic Design

Here’s a neat infographic that explains the differences between serif and sans serif fonts. You’ll learn when to use one over the other as well as examples and web usages.

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Infographic: Shutterstock’s Global Design Trends 2013

On 20 Jun 2013, in Graphic Design

Shutterstock created their first design-trends infographic last year; this time, they took things up a notch, incorporating a lot more data, a lot more images, and a more in-depth look at what they see heating up in the year ahead.

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Importance of Website`s Pre-Deployment Quality Assurance (QA)

On 14 Jun 2013, in Web Development, by Andrei Medvedev

By definition, website quality assurance refers to a systematic and planned pattern of all of the actions needed to provide enough confidence that a website follows all of its established technical requirements. In other words, this method is what makes sure that everything on your website works the way it was meant to and looks the way it was meant to. This would be very important if you want your website to succeed in the long run.

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