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Top Design Trends For 2017

By | December 8th, 2016|News|

from zazzlemedia.co.uk Trends are well-known changes that happen in all creative fields, and web design is no different. Born of experimentation and innovation, trends are the driving factors for change, which (for the most part) push an industry forward for the better. The web is a unique environment which is constantly changing and evolving, and [...]

How To Write With Your Brand’s Voice

By | December 17th, 2015|Branding|

Businesses obsess over their visual brands. They spend days debating the typeface selection, but give no thought to the words. In most cases, a company will assign the first wave of written communication to someone internal who’s “good at writing.” This is usually an English major, who knows a lot about spelling and grammar, but knows [...]

21 Elements You Need to Craft the Perfect Blog Post

By | November 26th, 2015|Web Sites|

Why do they get so much attention? How do they keep producing such awesome blog posts? Why can’t I do the same? These questions used to bug me. But as it turns out, there’s no genius to it. In fact, writing a great blog post is more formulaic than it is artistic. It’s not about [...]

25 Tips for Using Instagram in Your Business

By | November 25th, 2015|News|

Instagram is a social channel that let’s you snap photos (and now video), add creative filters and share them with your followers. The photos can be posted not only on Instagram, but on social channels like Facebook and Twitter too. Below are some tips from Instagram users for how to effectively use Instagram for business [...]

WordPress Used On 1 in 4 Sites on the Web Today

By | November 25th, 2015|Content Managment|

WordPress founder, Matt Mullenweg, celebrated a milestone this week as his content management system is now powering 25% of all sites on the web. This news comes courtesy of a W3Techs survey, and according to Mullenweg this number should be even greater by year’s end: “Sometimes it goes up and down through the course of [...]

8 Quick Ways You’ll Lose Followers On Social Media

By | November 25th, 2015|Social Media|

Social media is an effective place to find and engage with the tribe of people who understand the message and product that you’re developing. They’re not just your ideal target audience, but loyal fans who want to spread the word about what you’re doing. By sharing relevant updates and engaging with followers, you can rapidly [...]

10 Keys to Effective Writing for the Web

By | November 17th, 2015|Web Sites|

Writing for an online audience is much different than writing for a traditional print publication like a book, magazine or newspaper. Online readers are obviously reading from a screen, and as a result they will more likely scan the article as opposed to reading it word-for-word. In order to maximize the impact of your articles [...]

Seven Things Your Business Website Must Have

By | November 17th, 2015|Web Sites|

1 – Your Own Domain Name Some free website hosting services, such as geocities and tripod, will provide you with a free domain name that is an extension of their domain. Any business that hopes to have a professional internet presence should purchase its own domain name. They can be purchased from GoDaddy.com for less [...]

Can BPG replace JPG?

By | November 17th, 2015|Web Sites|

BPG stands for Better Portable Graphics, and it’s a new image format, the aim of which is to replace JPG. To do this, BPG delivers the best of both worlds: superior quality, and smaller file size. But wait a second, there’s more: BPG also supports animation. And not just any kind of animation; actual GIF-style animations [...]

The Google app now understands you a little better—complex questions welcome

By | November 17th, 2015|News|

Language feels so natural to us that we can often take it for granted—we forget the years it takes us to master it as children. It’s much, much harder for computers. We took our first steps understanding and answering questions with voice search in 2008, and the Knowledge Graph in 2012. Just as a child [...]