Password strength is a common discussion topic, and people still don’t understand the importance of it. If you Google “most common passwords” you will see that people still use passwords such as: password1234, p4ssw0rd or even 123456.Continue reading
There are many articles out there about the 5 Big No No’s, the 6 Big No No’s and the 7 Big No No’s for Adwords or even 10… So I decided to write about THE 11 BIG NO NO’s of GOOGLE ADWORDS!Continue reading
By now we are all aware of the importance of social media marketing for businesses. According to Hubspot, 80% of marketers in 2014 claimed that their website traffic increased as a direct result of their social media activity, and this is a trend that is increasing year on year. Social media platforms are continuing to evolve and grow, and with it the way people use and interact with them is always changing.Continue reading
Web design trends, as like the technology behind them, is constantly evolving. Gone are the days of small resolutions and overcrowded pages with too many calls to action.
Here we will list some of the main trends you can expect to see more of this year and beyond.Continue reading
WordPress was launched in 2003 as a CMS oriented for blogs. This was the common opinion during its first years: if you want to build a blog the best way to go was WordPress, partly because the templates available at the time were formatted to suit blogging.Continue reading
It seems every digital marketing blog on the planet, including Search Engine Land, Moz, and Search Metrics, was covering articles about Mobilegeddon last week. We were told to be scared, and to quickly optimise for the new mobile algorithm.Continue reading