As online technology and the world around us change so rapidly, it is essential that we as business owners consistently implement, the important and necessary changes to keep our brand relevant in the online “conversations” which surround our industry.
Consumers want to complete their entire shopping experience on mobile, from researching the product to purchasing it. If the mobile encounter is time-consuming with slow load times, lengthy forms and inadequate UX they leave the site which is a lost sale for the business.
From desktop computers to tablets and smartphone the modern website has to be highly versatile. This versatility is called responsive. If you are business owner or have your own website below are 3 reasons why your site should be responsive and mobile-friendly and 3 ways to tell if it is. 3 Reasons Your Site Should
Removing Clutter from your Mobile Search Now that 85% of all pages in the mobile search results meet the criteria of being mobile friendly, Google has dropped the “mobile-friendly label” from your search results. The labels were introduced 2 years ago to help mobile users avoid the annoying chore of zooming, sideways swiping and
Google New Search Tool To Simplify the 2016 Voter Registration Process Here in Vancouver, Canada, we are watching the US Elections very closely. Come November, US citizens will cast their vote for the next President of the United States of America and Google has set out to assist the voting process. As of July
Tomorrow night I will be heading to the Commodore Ballroom to see Gary Clark Jr. Gary is a fabulous, edgy, blues rock musician from Austin, Texas. It’s perhaps unlikely I would have heard about Gary Clark Jr, if not for a friend and the internet. Like many others, I have a subscription to Apple music