Does Your Website Need a Facelift?

By Kathryn Tuggle | Main Street NEW YORK (MainStreet) — Although most small businesses would love to have a professional, easy-to-navigate website with a strong social media presence and high-res photos, little things such as paying employees and finding new clients always seem to get in the way. While some companies have spent thousands of dollars perfecting their digital brand, […]

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5 Reasons to Blow Up Your Website

Be honest: Is that Web design as attractive as it was five years ago? Here are key signs it might be time to rebuild. By Phil Simon | I’ve received a decent number of compliments on my website over the years. To be sure, it’s a pretty good one and it has served me well, but I’ve decided that

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Designing for mobile

Responsive design vs. mobilized sites Which is best for reaching your website’s mobile users? When it was predicted that smartphone sales would triple PC sales back in 2016, it seemed like a bold prediction. Today it comes as no surprise that companies are rushing to provide mobile-device-friendly access to corporate websites as their first priority. You may be selling your

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Google to Boost Mobile Campaigns

Google Inc. (GOOG), operator of the world’s most popular search engine, is upgrading its online advertising service to make it easier for marketers to reach users on different devices. The revamped AdWords service will also help companies manage bids for ads running at different locations and times, according to a blog post today. Using an auction system, Google sells advertising

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Google Still in a Struggle With Mobile

Although Google is scrambling to meet consumers as they flock to mobile devices, the question is whether it is moving fast enough. Larry Page, Google’s chief, said the company was in “uncharted territory” because of rapid changes in mobile technology. Investors were comforted on Tuesday when Google announced strong fourth-quarter earnings, and the stock rebounded from a dip over the

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