Monthly Archives - May 2016

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Google will replace Flash with HTML5

"Starting in July 2016, you’ll no longer be able to upload display ads built in Flash. And, starting in January 2017, AdWords will stop running display ads in the Flash format." says Google. Any modern Web based media streaming technology should default to using HTML5 over Flash Player technology.  While it says Flash might have "historically" been a good way to present rich media online, Google is now much more partial to HTML5, thanks to faster load times and lower power...

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How to maintain your SEO ranking

Update your site One of the most common mistakes that small business owners make is not update their sites periodically. Google takes into account both content quality and content freshness as part of its ranking algorithm. If you want to maintain your keywords, you should update your content by adding an assortment of videos and images to your articles. Take the time to improve the visual appeal of your business. Doing your website's layout better, will reduce bounce rates and increase the likelihood...

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Web Design Trends 2016

Flat Design The flat design revolution has been gaining momentum with surprising speed over the last few years. Considering its inherent simplicity, it’s not hard to see why: it makes any interface feel a little more intuitive, it works well with responsive design and modern framework, and, or course, it looks amazing. Flat design is a minimalistic design approach that emphasizes usability. It features clean, open space, crisp edges, bright colours and two-dimensional/flat illustrations. Microsoft was one of the first to apply this design style to...

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Ways to Boost Your Website’s SEO for Free

Find better keywords. Optimize for keywords that are closer to your website and have fewer competitors. Google’s Keyword Tool in AdWords is a free tool that should give you all the data you need. 404 errors.   The HTTP 404 Not Found Error means that the webpage you were trying to reach could not be found on the server. These errors are like dead ends, and nobody likes dead ends. For help, see this article. Write a unique title tag for every page. On a well-designed...

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