Web Design Update: Landing Pages, Website Goals, Advertising Sucks, SEO, and Flipboard

We're at the end of the year and will be seeing new developments in the new year, I'm sure. So this edition will close out 2016, and hopefully give you some things to think about for the coming year. Thanks for reading!

  • Why Flipboard Won't Help Publishing's Smoldering Model
  • 4 Ways to Transform Your Landing Pages for More Impact
  • 10 Ways To Gain Quick Conversions Through Web Design
  • Create the Right Goals for Your Website
  • How your old content can help with SEO
  • Advertising Sucks Long Live The Web
  • How the Web Became Unreadable
December 8, 2016

Web Design Update: Advertising, optimization, myths, rankings, training, ROI and more

How many times have I said it? Advertising sucks on the web? Some people are starting to agree. This edition of WebUpdate seems to reinforce that concept. This week we'll also see some warnings about your rankings and publishing good, content is good SEO. Let's dig in :

  • Web Advertising Sucks... Affiliate Fees Are Going To Take Over!
  • 5 Traffic-Growing On-Page Optimization Tips for Publishers
  • 5 SEO Myths that Can Seriously Hurt Your Search Rankings
  • The Importance of SEO Training for Editorial Teams
  • MultiBrief: How to measure social media ROI
  • 5 Rules for Publishing Accessible Content
  • Why Content Marketing is the New SEO
December 1, 2016

Web Design Update: SEO, Linkbuilding, Responsive design, Google, UX Design and more

Actually it's been quite a time since our last update, and we've got a bunch of pent-up articles to get out here before the end of the year! So there will be three updates pretty fast in a row. If you're a web designer, not just a template jockey, let us know!

  • 5 Web Design Techniques to Make Your Website Search Engine Friendly
  • Three simple resolutions on how to do better SEO in 2016
  • 9 responsive design mistakes you don’t want to make
  • 6 Advanced Google Analytics Tricks You Should Know
  • 8 responsive web design trends that defined 2015
  • How to Do Unintentional Link Building
  • How to be a Problem Solving SEO
November 28, 2016

4 Apps to Enhance the TV Second-Screen Experience

So far this year, shipments of computing devices are up by 6 percent to 2.4 billion, with a far greater focus on smartphones and tablets than PCs, TechCrunch reports. So, of course there will be video . . . August 28, 2013

On-the-Fly iPhoto Photo Albums

More and more graphic designers are adopting the iPad as their go-to, mobile device. Now, Beanheads Consulting has released Sort Shots -- an iPad Edition -- the first and only iPad app to utilize EXIF/Metadata keywords/tags with Apple iPhoto and Aperture. April 11, 2011

Palettes for all iOS devices

Palettes, the color palette tool for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, is a powerful productivity tool for creating and maintaining color palettes. Create a color palette anywhere at anytime. October 25, 2010

Privacy First Initiative

The Privacy First Initiative has been established, now aimed at increasing consumer privacy standards in mobile application data collection and targeting. July 27, 2010

Direct WiFi printing

One of the big complaints of using 'mobile' devices is the lack of ability to print. Now, anyone can print remotely back to their office or home printer from anywhere! July 26, 2010

iPhone Could Prevent a Crime, Save a Life

How can you protect yourself from an attack? Anyone who suspects they are about to become a victim of kidnapping, rape, robbery or assault simply has to point their iPhone at the suspicious person and click July 23, 2010

Palm Pre: The Missing Manual

Palm Pre: The Missing Manual - This beautiful, full-color book from USA Today personal-technology columnist Ed Baig will help you go from newcomer to expert in no time. October 25, 2009