You know how you feel when you need to change something on your website and you don’t know how to do it, or can’t remember how to do it, and you have no-one to turn to for help . . . so you just give up and do nothing. Well, what we do is work… Read More »
The Ultimate Guide to Sizing Your Twitter Header Raise your hand if you’ve struggled with Twitter header dimensions. Thought so…
Mountain Wine Tours – Moreton Bay website development The Brief We met Karen and Ray at the annual What’s Cooking in the Gardens event in Redcliffe. After sampling their fine preservative free wines, we got onto the subject marketing and how they use their website. Like many website owners with older sites, they weren’t happy… Read More »
How Facebook is slowly eating the rest of the Internet You can now stream live to Facebook, and Mark Zuckerberg wants you to know it’s a big deal. But Facebook’s latest feature is more than just the ability to post live video for your friends to see.
98 personal data points that Facebook uses to target ads to you Say you’re scrolling through your Facebook Newsfeed and you encounter an ad so eerily well-suited, it seems someone has possibly read your brain. Maybe your mother’s birthday is coming up, and Facebook’s showing ads for her local florist. Or maybe you just made… Read More »
What are Skype chat commands and roles? For those of you that use Skype as part of your regular communication strategy, you might find this info very handy . . . especially the codes for managing Skype conversations, etc.
What Happens to SEO When You Stop Blogging? I’ve been blogging for longer than ten years. Ten years! And I haven’t quit. That’s a long time. I’m not trying to toot my own horn here. I simply want to make a point. Why haven’t I stopped blogging? After all, I get tons of traffic from old… Read More »
Use Messages with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch Learn the difference between iMessage and SMS/MMS, and how to use the Messages app to send texts, photos, and videos.
How to deal with negative reviews? I came across this really interesting forum page where someone asked: I want to know how to deal with negative reviews ? James Clifton wrote: This may seem a bit strange but a negative review isn’t actually a bad thing. Obviously it is if you receive plenty of them… Read More »
Google today announced two major changes related to its mobile search results. The one you’ll probably notice first is that Google is removing the “mobile-friendly” label that highlighted pages that were easy to read on mobile from its mobile search results pages.