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Small Business Web Design Mistakes

The marketing and branding of a small business website is vital.  The product or service you are selling on your website needs to be ideal so any visitor can get all of their questions answered correctly.  Having the wrong design or not having a website that is user-friendly could mean the loss of thousands of

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[Solved] Removing your IP from the Gmail Blacklist – Step by Step Solution

Being blacklisted by Gmail is relatively easy, especially if you use WordPress and do not worry much about the security of your site. Being listed on a Gmail Blacklist means your emails do not reach Gmail recipients, or your messages (sent via blacklisted server IP) go straight to the Spam folder. Google’s Blacklist is different

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The Trend-Setting Flat UI

The digital world is already familiar with flat design. It was not until the mid 2000’s that flat design (also known as Metro design) started be used in web design. Flat design’s goal was to achieve simplification and rely more on typography, instead of relying on graphics.

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Royal Deer Design Is Officially Accepted To matchist.com

Royal Deer Design is thrilled to announce being accepted to matchist.com. Why is being added to matchist such a big deal? Matchist is a sophisticated version of an eLance type of site that connects companies with top U.S. based developers and development shops. Developers on matchist go through a strict elimination process with the acceptance

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How to tell When It’s Time for Redesign of your business website?

Answer these questions below Yes or No. Are the websites of your competitors outranking your website in the search engine results? You are not generating a satisfactory level of business from your website? Your website  displaying improperly on some web browsers? Your site looks terrible or is not accessible on mobile devices? You cannot easily

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WordPress releases “Parker” for 3.8

In honor of Charlie Parker, a bebop innovator the new version 3.8 of WordPress is now available for downloading or updating your current WordPress dashboard.  One of the main new features about the new update is the great looking new modern design.  No more overbearing gradients or multiple shades of grey, but instead bigger, bolder, and

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Google Algorithm Updates Notifications in Webmaster Tools

It looks like Google started announcing its algorithm updates with a nice information in Webmaster Tools. Does it mean no more speculations and mozcast.com needed?

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GoDaddy’s New Acquisition – Media Temple

In less than two years, GoDaddy has made its 6th purchase. A hosting company by the name Media Temple is GoDaddy’s next venture. Media Temple is well known for hosting very large websites for Volkswagen and The Wall Street Journal. Media Temple also has over 125,000 customers and hosts more than 1.5 million websites. GoDaddy’s

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Google’s Penguin 5

Google recently released its new version of Penguin 2.1 on October 4, 2013. This release would make it the 5th release of Penguin. What does all of this information mean? 1% of the searches will be impacted. The interesting part about all of the Penguin updates is all of the previous releases of Penguin prior

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Yelp And Google Flooded With Fake Reviews

Millions of people around the world rely on reviews before making a purchase.  Reviews range from a small coffee shop to business’s where large amounts of money are spent.  The bad thing about reading reviews is the possibility you might be reading a review that is not only fake, but the person writing the review

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    A web developer and internet marketing guru. Skilled with C++, PHP, JavaScript, HTML5/CSS3 and WordPress.

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