Everyone uses search engines, but not everyone runs a website or owns a business. Not everyone who runs a website or owns a business is up-to-speed with Search Engine Optimization (SEO) practices, and that’s okay! Gaining site traffic and making your way up the rankings of a Google search results page takes time. Continue Reading →
Posted on Dec 18, 2017 by Gary Stevens
Designing websites is a form of art. No, I’m serious. You probably don’t think of it in that way, but when creating your site you are indulging in a creative practice. And like bad art, bad websites like this one can be truly painful to look at. Designing a good website is certainly hard, but there are also some pretty simple rules. Today, I’m going to take you through the most common mistakes that website designers make.
Posted on Apr 20, 2017 by Ian Wilson
In this modern world of information being generated, processed, validated; flying this way and that; not to mention adhering to character limits–abbreviations help us to condense important concepts for quick communication. Two popular, and often confused, methods for abbreviating an idea are acronyms and initialisms. Both use the initial letter of each word in a phrase, with the key difference being that acronyms form a word that can be spoken, while the letters are individually pronounced for initialisms (think NASA versus the NSA).