In part 1, we had a look at making sure your website is actually indexed by search engines, and then leveraging the power of Google Maps. Now we are going to have a look at utilising directories to do a couple of things at the same time. Directories can not only provide a place for people to … Read more Become the centre of attention – Part two – Directories
2008 has been a great year, despite the challenges that many of us have faced with the financial crisis and reduced consumer spending around the world. However, when times get tough, we innovate and improve. So for the start of 2009, I would like to have a look at what you can do yourself for … Read more Become the centre of attention – Part one – Google and Google Maps
A website says a lot, but what does it say to anyone that is searching for it? Do they even consider looking at your website? Getting your website indexed by search engines such as Google, Yahoo and Microsoft Live is one thing, but making sure they list what you want them to list is just … Read more What does your website say when you search for it?
Google Chrome is the surprise open-source web browser from Google that was launched in beta form at the start of the month. Chrome has a clean, minimalist interface and incorporates a lot of interesting features and benefits, some already available in other browsers, some not. From a design perspective, adding another browser that has the potential … Read more What is Google Chrome and how does it compare to other browsers?
Your website looks great, doesn’t it? What does the rest of the world see though? When your back is turned and your website is out running wild through the data pipes that are the internet, does it still look great? Maybe you browse the web using Internet Explorer, or Firefox, perhaps Safari or Opera, but … Read more Where does your website go when you aren’t looking? The importance of cross-browser compatibility