Today, we will explore 7 hot online trends to help web designers interested in creating up-to-date projects that support new devices and ever newer website design styles.

 


Have you ever posted something on Facebook that you wish you hadn’t? Maybe you posted a photo you aren’t so proud of anymore? Worse yet, maybe somebody else has posted an embarrassing photo of yourself? For many people the answer is most likely “yes”.

 


Google recently announced that in late September (2014), Exact and Phrase Match keyword rules will be changing in their paid-search platform, Google AdWords. They will be treated more like Broad Match keywords in that they will include plurals, misspellings, and close variations.

 


Have you ever wondered why you see ads from certain websites you visit, after you leave them? This is called retargeting. A cookie is placed in your web browser that let’s other websites know where you’ve been. They then can then serve ads that match your previous browser history.

 


If you manage a Google AdWords account, and are using broad match or broad match modifier keywords, then there is the possibility that extra words can be included in your search queries. Use our FREE advanced negative keyword list to block out words you may not have thought of.

 


Posting regularly on your social media profiles can be more than a chore. After all, you have a business to run! If you want your company to be in tip-top-shape, you’ll need to have a regular regimen, just like athletes do. Here are some tips to help you stay on top of your social media profiles.

 


When it comes to the most popular websites in the world, Google and Facebook get over 1/3rd of the world’s population logging in. So it’s only natural for businesses to try and be relevant on each platform to source new potential clients.

 


One of the most frustrating and common questions our clients ask us is: “Why isn’t my website showing up on Google?” I thought I’d shed some light on the subject, and provide some insider tips on why Google may not be showing your website when you search for your business, products, and services.

 


We often consult with small businesses about their digital marketing and online brand presence. In most cases, our primary objective is to help drive more qualified traffic to their website; thus creating more sales for our clients.

 


One can confidently argue that dogs are the most social creatures next to humans. It makes sense that they're social, since we purposely tamed them into our society from wild wolves.