I recently got asked in an interview for a new job,
‘What makes a website inclusive?’
The (rehearsed!) answer I gave was,
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‘By making sure all your content is accessible to everyone, including those with disabilities.
Last April, internet marketing strategists freaked out when Google announced a new search algorithm that would reward mobile friendly websites with higher search rankings. Since search from smartphones and tablets is on the rise, it makes sense that Google would reward sites that embrace mobile users, right? 396 more words
So, I’ve written several times about how to do at least decent SEO (search engine optimization) on your website, and although my main focus has been on how to appease the search engine deities (you know…Google, Bing, Yahoo, etc.) there are definitely other ways to “skin the cat.” (Off topic, but I’m enjoying the overuse of clichés today. 64 more words
By Chad D. Lerch | Owner, Digi Marketing Pros
First impressions are so important – especially for business websites.
I chuckle when I think about a scene in the 1995 flick Leaving Las Vegas — you know, where Nicolas Cage’s character, an over-the-top alcoholic, blissfully fills his shopping cart at a liquor store. 353 more words