SEO Tips For Responsive Websites

On March 11th, 2013, wrote:

Some weeks ago, Google announced new criteria for designing mobile websites. There were many points that were of significance and importance. One of them was that responsive design is one of the best options for websites, particularly from a search engine optimization perspective. Before I go on to give you some SEO tips for Responsive Websites, let’s take a closer look at what responsive design is all about. Responsive web design is basically approaching web design in such a manner that the website you create adapts automatically to whatever screen it is viewed on. Using responsive web design allows for a greater optimal viewing for the user. The user has less panning, scrolling and resizing to do. Using responsive design for your website means doing away with separate versions of your site as well as better readability on your site. Keep these SEO tips for responsive websites in mind when you are designing your website: Include all content: It is – Read the full article

Getting Your Business App-Friendly

On March 1st, 2013, wrote:

Because of the growing popularity of smart phones and other devices, some people expect businesses to take on certain habits. Customers may wish for businesses to make websites friendly for apps; however, a business may not understand how to make the request a reality. The information below may help a business in the long run. 1. Create an App for the Website Though this option may be obvious to certain individuals, it is still something to keep in mind. When a business wishes to attract people to a website, it is essential to think about creating or using a mobile app for online marketing transactions. An app allows a person to visit a website without dealing with serious problems. He or she may click on a link or send an email without feeling frustration or anger. This is something for a business of any size to talk about at a meeting. 2. Think about Layout and Design It is vital – Read the full article

What’s the Difference Between a Mobile Website and a Mobile App?

On September 14th, 2011, wrote:

What’s the difference between a Mobile Website and a Mobile App? A good marketing strategy ensures your business is represented on the media your customers use. Since people are increasingly interacting with mobile devices such as smartphones, you should consider if a mobile website or a mobile app would be an asset to your business. So why do mobile users need special treatment? Smaller monitors and touch screens mean that presentation and data entry for traditional computers may seem awkward and cumbersome to a mobile user. Furthermore, mobile devices have hardware such as a camera, GPS, and compass that offer more opportunities if software can effectively use them. There are two approaches for designing content for mobile devices: creating a mobile website and creating a mobile app. Mobile Website A mobile website is generally cheaper to build since you can use the content management system (CMS) of your main website. You can develop a mobile theme for your site to – Read the full article

The Mobile Web: An Untapped Market for Your Site

On March 1st, 2011, wrote:

The Internet and smart phones are two modern inventions that most people cannot now live without, especially since the increased processing power of phones is being used to browse the mobile Web. Statistics reveal that more and more people are using their mobile phones to access the Internet. According to Bango, a mobile payments and analytics specialist, the number increased from 10.8 million in January 2008 to 22.4 in January 2009. These figures are hard to ignore and there are suggestions that these growth rates are set to continue for the foreseeable future. If you’re a business owner, a blogger, marketer, or brand manager, then check out your traffic stats and see for yourself the increase in the number of your mobile searchers. Unfortunately, not a lot of webmasters have begun to recognize the importance of optimizing their sites for mobile. After all, what works well on desktops won’t necessarily work – or look good – on a smart phone. – Read the full article

Optimizing Your Website or Blog for the Apple iPad

On May 28th, 2010, wrote:

We all know that the Apple iPad has set the world abuzz. Fans have praised the tablet computer as a revolutionary, game-changing device, while critics have pointed out that it’s no more than a giant iPod Touch. In any event, the impact of the Apple iPad on how we share, consume, and publish online content can no longer be doubted. It will change, if it hasn’t already, the way we use the Internet – especially if the iPad becomes widely adopted. That’s why – if you run a small business or work as an Internet marketer or web developer – it’s important to think about optimizing your website or blog for the iPad. After all, more and more people are using Apple devices to surf the Web: part of engaging with and reaching out to these users is providing them with a smoother, glitch-free experience of your website or blog. Forget Flash Apple emphasizes HTML5, CSS, and Javascript – but – Read the full article

How to Build a Mobile Version of your Website

On December 8th, 2009, wrote:

These days more and more people are accessing the Web through their mobile phones. They’re checking their E-mails, surfing, reading the news, and even shopping – literally “on the go”. Wouldn’t you like to make your website “pops” for mobile? Don’t think it’s an impossible task. Today tools that format your website or blog for mobile phones and smartphones are aplenty. Most of them don’t even require web design or HTML expertise! Let’s take a look at some of them. Really Sweet Tools Mippin: This is a fast and free service that can “mobilize” your website or blog, so long as it has an Atom or RSS feed. It also offers built-in content variety through a list of sites delivered in simple format for the mobile audience. While there aren’t lots of features on Mippin, you’ll still have full control of your logo and branding efforts, as well as access to your traffic and reporting stats. And, to make sure – Read the full article