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Choosing the Best Platform for Your E-Commerce Website

June 21, 2013 posted in E-Commerce

If you are looking to create a new e-commerce website or are completely revamping your current website, then you more than likely are trying to decide which platform is the best option for your business. There are several e-commerce platforms to choose from and sometimes it is not easy to determine which platform is best for your business needs.


What Consumers Consider When Making a Purchase

June 04, 2013 posted in E-Commerce

If you have an e-commerce website, then you are more than likely looking for insight into the human psyche to determine what, exactly, drives people to make a purchase when they visit your website. What do your customers look for in an online e-commerce website?


The Dos and Don’ts of Mobile Website Design

May 23, 2013 posted in Mobile Web, Web Design

If you have a website, then it is essential that you have a mobile website design that optimizes user experiences, enabling the same functionality as your desktop-based website.


Is Your Website Mobile? If Not, It Should Be!

May 14, 2013 posted in Mobile Web

In today’s digital society, people spend countless hours on their mobile internet browsers. As a result, it is essential for businesses to have mobile-friendly websites with features that work across various platforms.


Google Search, plus Your World: An Exciting New Feature, or is it the END?

February 13, 2012 posted in Web 2.0 Companies

Last month, Google added something new to your search results.  Google is calling it Search, plus Your World.  The feature imbeds information shared by you and your social networking friends into your primary search results.  While it won’t include information from Facebook, Twitter or other sites (at this point), Search, plus Your World does include […]


YouTubes Massive Upgrade Better Than TV?

December 08, 2011 posted in Web 2.0 Companies

Have you noticed YouTube’s slick new look? Google has revamped its video sharing service, moving YouTube further away from its homespun origins. In fact, Google made statements last month that it planned to include more content from professional sources, while organizing videos into clearly defined channels so users can better browse the content they’re looking for. The […]