Using Big Data To Improve User Experience And Make More Money

It seems that these days if you want to make big money, you need to use Big Data. Big Data is information that is deemed too large and/or complicated for traditional tools to obtain, process, and store. It's an exponential [...]

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How to Use Pinterest to Drive Traffic to Your Website

Pinterest is a social networking site which has been started with a unique concept and become one of the most popular one in a very short time. Pinterest has proven record that it helps website publishers to drive more traffic [...]

Get Creative with Your 404 Error Pages

When a user reaches a page which has been deleted, renamed or moved, they see a 404 Error page. This is a sorry screen which should be redirecting a person who has come to look for something. The aim of [...]

301 Redirect or Rel=Canonical – Which One Should You Use?

Lately there has been a lot of discussion about   rel=canonical. From these discussions, a few problems/questions have been spotted. When should a rel=canonical tag be used instead of a 301? What could be the bounce backs if a rel canonical [...]

By |December 12th, 2012|Categories: How to Improve User Experience, How to Maintain a Website|Tags: , , |Comments Off on 301 Redirect or Rel=Canonical – Which One Should You Use?

Pandas and Penguins: Welcome to Google Zoo

What is Google Panda? Google Panda is one of the major updates of the algorithm of Google's search engine results. The announcement about Google's Panda update came in February, 2011. Google Panda update has added a number of new ranking [...]

Why Should I Switch My Website to Responsive Design

Responsive design is the up-to-the-minute web development strategy that enables your website to serve and respond according to different user devices. The variety of devices people use these days to browse the internet have compelled the web developing industry to [...]

Case Study: 404 Pages by Renny Gleeson

Renny Gleeson began his career as a game developer, but quickly moved to advertising at Saatchi & Saatchi’s digital arm. He is the Global Digital Strategies Director for Wieden+ Kennedy, a cutting-edge advertising agency. In the video below he talks [...]

Case Study: Future of the Internet by Roger McNamee

Roger McNamee is a founding partner of the venture capital firm Elevation Partners. In the information video below he talks about the most intense disruption of technology that has happened in the last 15 years and the end product which [...]

Case Study: & Derek Sivers

I am fortunate enough to know Derek Sivers. Like 1 year ago, I watched "Uncommon Sense". Then I just wanted to thank him for sharing these wonderful ideas. For anyone who has entrepreneur mindset, it is great to see that [...]

Content Is King, Queen, Prince and Princess

You can read a million pages of website promotion books, you can watch a million hour long videos about SEO, you can spend a million dollars on advertising campaigns for your website. Unfortunately, all of these will be for nothing [...]

By |October 3rd, 2012|Categories: How to Create a Website, How to Improve Search Engine Rankings, How to Improve User Experience|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Content Is King, Queen, Prince and Princess