Posted at April 21, 2015 at 5:44 pm by admin
If you keep up with the latest Google algorithm changes, you’ve probably heard about the announcement on mobile design. Google recently announced that it will use mobile usability as a factor for its website ranking. This means that your website could be affected if you don’t have a responsive or mobile-friendly design. Website designers are familiar with what it takes to make a site mobile, but this article highlights what webmasters need to know if they don’t have responsive design experience.
What is Responsive Design?
Responsive design automatically formats and lays out elements of your web page dependent on the user’s screen size. Read More
Posted at July 28, 2014 at 5:56 am by admin
As your Web business grows, you’ll eventually reach a point at which it’s a good idea to switch from a self-hosted site builder to a traditional hosted Web site.
To determine whether you’ve reached this point, you need to recognize the differences between these Web site options:
Quick and Easy Compared to Stable
Self-hosted site builders typically provide you with the fastest, easiest route to a site. They usually do not require any technical knowledge to build (you choose the pre-designed template along with add your word or images), and they are often ready to launch within a day. Read More
Whether you’re just starting a brand new website or you’ve got an established and successful site up and running, you’ll need to make sure you are always using the proper web hosting. There are three main categories of web hosting, which are shared hosting, Virtual Private Servers (VPS), and dedicated server(s). Within each category, there are several different levels of service to choose from as well.
Before you make any decisions, it is important to have a good understanding of what each of these types of hosting are, and a little bit about how they work. Read More
If you’re thinking about starting a website, you’ll need to decide what type of hosting service you need. There are many different options to choose from, each with advantages and disadvantages. To narrow it down for the purposes of this article, however, the two main categories are free hosting and paid hosting. As the name implies, free hosting doesn’t charge you, the customer, for their services. Paid hosting, on the other hand, require you to pay a set amount each month.
At first glance you might be thinking that free hosting is the obvious choice, however, that is not necessary the case. Read More