Monthly Archives: January 2014

5 Things You’re Missing Out On If You Don’t Use Google Places

Google has a range of great products for businesses to use. As the company is behind by far the most popular search engine of them all it is quite clear that businesses need to take advantage of Google products. Google

Rundown Of Google Algorithm Updates

Google Panda and Penguin

Do you own a website of blog? If your answer is yes, then you are going to be affected by Google algorithm updates. No one is exempt from an update. Google’s updates usually have cute, fuzzy sounding names like Penguin

Broadplace Advertising Reviews

Broadplace Advertising has been in business since the 2005. They provide a variety of internet marketing solutions to companies who need to boost their online presence and generate new customers. They offer services such as SEO, web design, PPC management

Improve Your Business through Email Marketing Services

email marketing

Internet marketing is now an essential part of any business looking to be a success, as it has a much wider reach than traditional forms of marketing and can be immediate as well. Email marketing is one technique which can

12 Usability Tips For Ecommerce Websites

eCommerce

How usable and user-friendly is your eCommerce site? If your goal is to sell products, you want to ensure that your site is extremely usable, right from the navigation to the content to its features. You need to begin with

Most Popular WordPress E-Commerce Plugins [Infographic]

Wordpress E-Commerce Plugins

A great advantage of WordPress is its plugin architecture. There is all kinds of plugins available in WordPress to backup, optimize ,management ads, Social sharing, E-Commerce plugins etc. The infographic below shows the most popular WordPress E-Commerce plugins. WP e-Commerce

What You Need to Know About Twitter IPO

Twitter IPO

Photo credits: Anthony Quintano The first thing you need to know about the Twitter IPO is that it’s over. It finally happened in 2013 and the company – and public – are both moving forward. Still, there’s quite a bit