Archives for April 2014
Published on 30 Apr 2014 at 9:42 pm.
Filed under Google,Informative,Marketing,Mobile,Search Engine Optimization.
Want to add your business info like phone numbers and hours of operation to Google Search Results? Business Info: Business Phone Numbers Recently Google revealed a simple process to add your business phone numbers to Google’s Knowledge Panel. The Knowledge Panel is the panel in Google search that sometimes displays business info about a company. […]
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Published on 28 Apr 2014 at 9:43 pm.
Filed under Google,Mobile,Search Engine Optimization,Web Design.
Google recently said that mobile search could pass desktop before 2015. How does your mobile site rank? Let me be clear that Google is talking about mobile searches across the globe. They are not limiting themselves to North America where desktop use is still higher than mobile. While it will take a little longer for […]
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Published on 13 Apr 2014 at 7:48 pm.
Filed under Google,Informative.
The critical SSL vulnerability called Heartbleed is in the news. Here we explain how it affects you. What is Heartbleed? Heartbleed is the name of a critical bug recently found in OpenSSL. OpenSSL is the most popular cryptology software in the world. This means that two-thirds of the web was vulnerable. Even worse is that […]
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Published on 10 Apr 2014 at 7:07 pm.
Filed under Google,Informative,Mobile,Search Engine Optimization.
Security is no excuse for slowness. With the SPDY protocol your secure HTTPS traffic transfers faster. What is SPDY? You have probably heard of HTTP. HTTP is the protocol that delivers unsecured content on the web. This is fine for most sites since most don’t take in sensitive material like credit card data, social security […]
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Published on 7 Apr 2014 at 7:06 pm.
Filed under Informative,Mobile.
A run down of new things from Microsoft for Windows and Windows Phone at the Build 2014 conference. UPDATE: Immediately after the posting of this blog Microsoft announced that Windows is now free to manufactures of phones and tablets that are 9 inches or smaller. Microsoft Build 2014: Windows Phone 8.1
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Published on 1 Apr 2014 at 8:09 pm.
Filed under Google,Search Engine Optimization,Web Design,writing.
The KISS Principle recommends you keep your writing simple. Avoid industry jargon to improve your SEO. What is the KISS Principle? KISS commonly stands for “Keep It Simple, Stupid”. It is sometimes called “Keep It Super Simple” by authors that do not want to insult the reader’s intelligence. The basic idea is that most things […]
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