Canada is the Newest Nation to Join the Fight Against Web Copyright Infringement

With the amount of money being spent on web development these days, it’s no wonder that web copyright infringement has become such a hot button topic. Protecting one’s precious online content has become increasingly difficult as online content volumes grow and the lines between what is and is not ethical in terms of information sharing […]

Website Copyright Violations: How Will Web Hosts Respond?

Copyright violations aren’t anything new under the digital sun, but measures taken by Russia will most certainly strike an unfamiliar chord across the world. Starting in May of 2015, any website in Russia found guilty of multiple copyright violations will be permanently blocked in Russia. In an unrelated measure to fight Internet piracy in Russia, […]

Is Too Much Content Making People Bounce From Your Website?

People want more, more and more, so why do they want to work less, less and less to get it? Many blogs and website owners are expressing concern over bounce rates. Even time on the site analytics are disturbingly short for content that should take longer to read or view. Unfortunately, the argument rages about […]

Written Content is Still the King of Marketing

Writing is a great way to get noticed as an expert in your field and build trust. You don’t need to be Hemingway. A simple, conversational writing style works great when communicating your message, so when I saw a fellow author’s article on writing to expand one’s marketing efforts (Expand Your Marketing Efforts Through Writing), […]

You Paid For It, Now Use It!

As a web or graphic designer, you know that content is king. While most clients have specific designs in mind and provide the graphics, there are times when you need to supply content.  Looking for more sources of high quality photographs and images? This post is for you!

Google Panda 4.0: Web Savior or Digital Bully?

There’s a new sheriff in Webtown, aimed to clean up the place, and if shooting first and asking questions later is needed to clean up the web, then so be it, according to some of the victims. Other digital townspeople sleep better at night, knowing Panda is out there, standing on the internet wall, guarding […]

Does Your Web Site Have Intelligent Human Interactions?

Is your site humanized? Is it warm, welcoming, a fun and helpful user experience? Are search and feedback mechanisms built in and easy to use or is the entire site a monolith of worship to your company without thought or compassion for the visitor who is damned for clicking upon it? Too often, when planning […]