Until now, the only way to avoid the threat of broken links was to avoid them alltogether, and the only way to preserve online content was with screenshots and caches, alternatives that are never as good as the real thing: a working link pointing to a working webpage. That is where Mummify comes in. Scroll down to see how it works.
With all of the algorithm updates Google has been releasing, have you ever wondered if you are keeping up with them?
From Panda to Penguin to now Hummingbird, the updates aren’t stopping. Having all of these animal names as algorithm updates isn’t helping either.
Because of this, I decided to create a free website analyzer that will crawl your site and tell you the specific things you need to fix. All you have to do is go to http://www.quicksprout.com and enter in your URL.
WordPress is known as the best blogging platform for a reason. Statistics show that WordPress runs 17.4% of all the websites globally, which means, the content management system holds a market share of 54.5% and that is enough to rate it as the most popular choice.
ReadWrite Now anyone can find you on Facebook -- no matter what CNET "For the small percentage of people still using the setting, they will see reminders about it being removed in the coming weeks," Facebook announced in a blog post on the change.
You don't have to be a tech-savvy designer to make this great marketing tool.
Infographics offer a great marketing opportunity for your business to share a key message or information in a more visual format. The good news for small-business owners with limited tech skills or limited tech staff is that they aren't as complex to create as they once were. With tools like Infogram, Visual.ly and Piktochart, there's no excuse not to experiment with creating an infographic for marketing your business today.
(From the article) : There two main ways in which leaders wear masks. Some conceal their perceived inadequacies and flaws behind the polished facade we have come to expect of “great” leaders, a bit like the Phantom from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s epic musical The Phantom of the Opera. Others take on a new persona at work that they feel is necessary for success, much like Jim Carrey’s character Stanley Ipkiss in the movie The Mask, who transforms into a flamboyant green superhero. Both types of mask undermine trust and effectiveness. They also create inner conflict, as leaders struggle to align their work and home lives.
"Steve Rosenbaum (the author of Curation Nation) strikes some pretty powerful chords that fully resonate with my vision and expectations about the future of content curation.
On the assumption that "The speed, scale, and number of distinct elements of produced content will double every 24 months." (call it Rosenbaum law) he rightly asserts that, as if there was already enough content, we are going to be literally inundated by tons of it soon..."
The approach of using a color differentiation is the simplest way to establish a focal point on a chosen part of a screen as well as guide the user's eye directly to key blocks, break the monotonous content flow into digestible parts, and naturally...
As someone who’s been in web analytics and search engine optimization for well over a decade, I’ve got to admit I’m a little sad that Google is hiding organic keyword information. These are the words that people actually use in searches to find your website. I’ve always found this information very insightful and it’s traditionally the first report I go to when looking at the analytics of a website for the first time. Google has now rendered this report practically useless.
Social media has been trending for a couple of years now and there’s nothing wrong with taking advantage of it, but please don’t give the industry a bad name.
If you are into social media and you are calling yourself a “guru”, do you really understand what you are doing and can you really deliver results? You are not a social media “guru” if you have the ability to create a Facebook business page, Twitter account, and have a couple of social media apps on your smartphone.
Nearly 70% of sports fans who follow brands on social media are willing to take additional action, including purchasing, commenting or sharing brand content, according to IMG’s 2013 Catalyst Fan Engagement Study.
Social media managers, strategists and editors are springing up in practically every sector. According to LinkedIn, social media positions have increased on its network by 1,357% since 2010. (Love the infographic.