In 2015, SEO is alive and well, despite the fact that many so-called specialists have rushed to predict its death. On the other hand, you should know that today’s effective search engine optimization plans require the highest level of research, personalization, and commitment. Real SEO experts don’t just “toss keywords on a page” to help them rank. SEO experts care about the implementation of Google-approved tactics designed to improve a website’s visibility in search engine results, generate more traffic and expand the benefits that a web business owner can only hope to witness. Defined by Bill Sebald from Greenlane Search Marketing as “the art and science of being found in natural search”, a cohesive SEO plan will ultimately help you craft killer content that will be rated highly by both humans and machines. … [Read more...] about How Can Content Creators Avoid Content Fatigue?
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Encryption. Encrypting the exchanged data to keep it secure from eavesdroppers. That means that while the user is browsing a website, nobody can “listen” to their conversations, track their activities across multiple pages or steal their information. Data integrity. Data cannot be modified or corrupted during transfer, intentionally or otherwise, without being detected. Authentication. Proves that your users communicate with the intended website. It protects against man-in-the-middle attacks and builds user trust, which translates into other business benefits. … [Read more...] about An SEO’s guide to securing a website
Creating a site that has thousands upon thousands of lines of code is all fine and dandy. But if those lines of code become redundant, they become liabilities to your site’s load time, sometimes increasing it tenfold if you don’t pay that much attention to it. This is why a “think minification” approach is one of the best approaches to attaining coding nirvana. … [Read more...] about What your teacher didn’t tell you about optimizing site speed
And the Dreamweaver demo is continuing. Mainly, he’s doing stuff like you’re used to seeing in Flash, lots of animation and things I find so annoying on movie and shopping sites. But he’s doing this all with CSS, rather than having to use Flash. So see, even if Flash dies, Adobe’s got really good design tools that don’t depend on Flash. The Steve Jobs campaign to kill Flash shouldn’t worry them (at least that the message I’m getting). … [Read more...] about Live Blogging Google I/O: Day 1 Keynote
The feature came out in a limited beta test earlier this year, but Yahoo said that’s been closed recently in anticipation of the full rollout. Currently, that should happen tomorow at 9pm Pacific time. Yahoo also had a news embargo on the release slated for that time, but after early reports came out, it dropped the embargo. … [Read more...] about Yahoo Search Pad To Launch Tomorrow