Windows 8 / IE10 and Flash Certification

  Windows 8 Windows 8 is a tablet OS, and like any modern OS focused on tablets/touch/mobility options, there’s compatibility concerns with content not specifically...

New Webmaster Guidelines Part 1 – Design and Content

Google recently updated their webmaster guidelines following the latest algorithm update. It is easy to feel inundated with the amount of information regarding web design...

You may need an EMT after the EMD Update!

Last Friday Matt Cutts tweeted about Google’s latest update, which focuses on penalties for ‘low-quality’ Exact Match Domain names, hence the EMD TLA. While...

Google-a-gram? Insta-oogle? Google-Shop?

Do you like pictures? Pretty pictures? Google just purchased an online graphics startup called ‘Snapseed‘, adding the outstanding features of it’s tools...

Understanding Open Graph Protocol

I have been asked several times recently about "what is an Open Graph?" and "How do I use it?" Not having a clear answer, I decided to educate myself so...

Chrome on iOS: Your move Apple

We know that Apple has been making a break from Google, I even blogged about it last week in my ‘Apple: On the Charge!‘ post discussing the switch away from Google...

TECHNOlogy: What is AJAX? Baby Don’t Hurt Me!

Wikipedia defines AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript And XML) as: A group of interrelated web development techniques used on the client-side to create asynchronous web applications. What...

Another Pleasant Google Plus Refresh

Much like keyword rankings on Google, it’s not a matter if things will update, it’s more a matter of when, how much, and if it’s going to make your life...

Don’t drink the link bait..

Thanks to the recent (April/March) Google updates, ‘tread lightly’ has never been better advice to anyone in the SEO industry. Between extra offers in my inbox...
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