Just when the Web hosting industry seemed more stable and entrenched than ever, announcements last week by Google, Microsoft and Amazon gave an official stamp of approval to the technological shift that is about to send it all swirling done the drain, and the specialist WordPress hosts may be the first disappear.
A majority of online publishers and professional bloggers rely on text and banner advertising as their primary source of income. Think about it, if it were not for ad revenue, what incentive would publishers even have to bring us the content that they do? How would they manage to cover their expenses, let alone be profitable? Increasingly, advertisers are decreasing their display ad budgets and spending it on other things such as social media and content marketing.
WordPress is a wonderful platform that is both simple and complicated at the same time. Designers and developers can find it hard to explain WordPress fundamentals to clients. “If only,” I thought, “I was standing over my client’s shoulder telling him what to do”. Then, suddenly, it hit me! I’d seen tutorial videos on Youtube where someone talks over a recording of their screen. I could do that, I thought, how difficult could that be!
How’s it going, people? Our radars have been working this first month of the year and they’ve picked up some of the coolest new releases in the web design and development worlds. We’re bringing you icons, coding tools, mockups and some other freebies you better discover yourself. Go ahead and enjoy the show!
Keywords are essential for search engines to provide relevant content to users. A good keyword can boost content visibility dramatically. Your site visibility can zoom to reach millions of people just within minutes. Even for the experts in search marketing field, Keyword research remains one the most important activity to get more customers. Getting onto the first page of search engine results for the right keywords is essential for survival of your website and business.