WordPress is one of, if not the most popular publishing platforms online. At last count it was to power around 30% of all websites. That’s quite an achievement when we consider how many websites the internet has in total. One of the reasons for its popularity is the ease of…

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One of the biggest design headaches from the recent past has been due to what is known as the multi screen problem. There are too many devices with different screen sizes to design for. Designers would create multiple designs just to cover the main three form factors (phone, tablet, computer)…

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Images, and Google image search are both very good sources of traffic for a lot of bloggers. It starts with a visitor looking for an image and then ending up on the blog. This is where image optimization comes in. When properly optimized your images will appear in Google image…

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Los Angeles, California is a large city that’s home to an abundance of reputable Internet marketing firms. People who are searching for top-notch Los Angeles Internet marketing company options don’t ever have to worry. One example of a prominent digital marketing agency in the Southern California metropolis is StickyWebMedia. StickyWebMedia…

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Have you heard of the 80/20 rule? Just as it does to many other things, it also applies to website traffic. Most webmasters will tell you that the majority of their traffic comes from just a handful of pages. A lot of websites have amazing content that is underperforming the…

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The webmasters of Backlinko and Clicksteam along with their data partners recently examined one million google search results. They analyzed backlink data, content and even site speed. Based on those results they discovered certain characteristics of pages correlated with higher rankings. Here are the ten most important facts they discovered…

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SSL, short for Secure Socket Layer is a digital certificate issued to confirm the authenticity and encryption of the traffic to a website. Any website you see with a green icon on the address bar with the prefix https:// uses a certificate. Using a certificate for your website has become…

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At the beginning, when first starting a website (or blog), everyone chooses the cheapest form of hosting available. It would be wasteful to pay for capacity you will not use, but there might come a time when growth will mean that you will not be able to sustain traffic levels…

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