Category Archives: Responsive website design

How much does a Free website cost?

If you’re thinking about starting a website or blog, one of the first questions you’ll probably ask yourself is “how much does a website cost?” It’s an important question! Figuring out the best way to start a website early on can save you a ton of money in the long run. It’s true that a website can be free to start, but question here is how can you join in on the fun, and maybe even make some money while doing it? The answer to your question is that a free website-making service will allow you to create a website

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Guide towards creating SEO-Friendly URLs

It is a well-known fact nowadays that without SEO a Web site stands many chances of not being indexed by search spiders. The result will be poor conversion rate. Well optimized URLs are important for both search engine optimization and user experience. Search engines factor many variables into their decision making process and URLs (example of URL: https://www.example.com) are high on the list. As with page titles, URLs help describe a web page to search engines and potential visitors, meaning they should be accurate, enticing, and well-structured. While many factors should be considered, here are few best steps for creating

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What is your Domain Authority

Domain Authority is a score that predicts how well a website will rank on search engines. It is all about where you place in search engine rankings compared with your competitors. With more than a Billion websites trying to establish themselves on the Internet, it is important to rank yourself according to your authority and credibility. When searched for a specific keyword on the web, Google and many other Search engines use algorithms to decide which search result should be displayed further ahead based on many factors, which are not quite open to the regular internet users. A bunch of

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Challenges while building a Multilingual Website

Let’s face it, even though English is a popular international language, there are over thousands of other languages around the world. In this global economy, you really don’t need to be reminded that you work on the World Wide Web. The need for targeting clients in more than one country, or who speak different languages, has never been greater. There are multiple challenges which must be considered when building a multilingual website. We need to ask a lot more questions, not the least of which is if unique site architecture will be required for each language. Will there be different

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Is it the time to move to Mobile Web Design?

A lot is being said and talked about moving to responsive, mobile web designs. But is it really the time? Lets see what facts have to say about it.

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Are you iPhone6 Compatible?

Apple has finally released its much awaited, iPhone6 and iPhone6plus and needless to say, Apple has once again proved its design supremacy and impeccable sense of technology. The added #iwatch with its various editions is much more than icing on the cake. To say the least, the stores would be soon flooded with these flawless mobile devices and later, you would find these fine pc. of technology in the hands of customers, globally. However, how does all this affect your business? Your online branding assets? Or does it really matter? Yes, it does, and it does quite a lot. Studies

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5 Reasons You Need to Move to Responsive Websites

With plethora of mobile communication devices entering the market every day, I wonder which device are you currently on, and accessing this blog piece. It could be a tablet, laptop, wide-screen desktop or may be your smartphone, but one thing is for sure, Mobile devices are not just affordable and easily prevalent but have become one of the highest consumer of digital content. And adding to the desirability is the latest research which concludes that, 70% of mobile searches lead to online action within an hour. Above all facts lead us to one thing and that is the importance and

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How to respond to changes in Responsive Web Design

Introduction The number and type of devices on the market is increasing, is your website ready? Follow the slogan “One Website, Many Devices”. Convert your website to responsive. At the most, it will cost you a couple of hundred, maybe a thousand dollars. But let me tell you this, it will be worth it. Why? Don’t listen to me, listen to Google. When Google speaks, companies make sure they listen. Make your website adaptive. Mobiles, tablets, phablets, desktops, make it accommodate them all. Problem At Hand The current known limitations of Responsive Web Design are The code needs to be

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Is Your Business Website Responsive to Meet Google Requirements

The question at hand is a fairly simple one. Let us draw a picture of what is happening. Let us illuminate ourselves with some knowledge. For those of you, who still don’t know what a responsive website is, enlighten yourselves. Why don’t we include some physics in it to ease the explanation? Every action has a reaction. The particularity of the action determines the relevance of the reaction. Now we join the two pictures. A responsive website is simply one, which responds, reacts and adapts to the type of action or stimulus it receives. It has the ability to change

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Is a Responsive Website Critical in 2014

In this competitive corporate world of today, businesses have tend to be more advance and modern as they go global to satisfy the worldwide clients. The idea is to grasp as much clients as possible by not going door to door. Rather, just knock them on their laptops, computers, etc. through the business websites. On the contrary, the clients as well feel at ease by easily browsing the websites of the services they are looking for. Rapid Technology Advancements and ever-growing user needs: The innovative technology of today is advancing rapidly, according to the needs and requirements of the user.

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