Monthly Archives: April 2011

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The Evolution of Web Design

Those of us who have been in the web design business know that there are three certainties in the industry: The hottest “look” today may be trashed tomorrow (and then may come back and be hot again next year). Combining functionality with aesthetic qualities often

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What if Facebook were a City?

It’s interesting to look at organizations from a different angle, to look at them in a different light. Facebook has always been something that we view from our computers or mobile devices. It’s that little website where we can see pictures of our friends and

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Why I’m About to Delete My Facebook Account

I swear I’ll do it! There’s no talking me down from the ledge this time. I’ve been contemplating it for months. There are business reasons for doing it, of course. It’s like the cocaine dealer that doesn’t do drugs – they’re always the most successful.

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CTR: An Up-And-Comer in the Ranking Factors?

When the term CTR is brought up, most marketers turn their attention to PPC. It’s a metric that plays a fundamental role in different strategies surrounding paid search. But what most seem to dismiss is CTR’s influence in SEO. Up till now, it’s most frequent use was to project numbers to clients, but now—it could be an up-and-comer in the ranking factors.

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A World Without Google [Infographics]

It’s pretty hard to imagine life without Google. From search to collaboration to email, if it wasn’t for Google most of us would have a hard time making it through our day to day life.  Here’s an infographic showing the timeline of when Google released