Have you ever visited a website only to have it take what feels like ages to load? I certainly have. While I’d love to say that patience is among my many virtues, it’s not. The longer a page takes to load, the more likely I am to abandon it.Read More about the Page Speed: Patience is a Virtue that You Shouldn’t Count On post
A little thought leadership in our moments of reflection.
Google recently began contacting website owners directly through Search Console (formerly Google’s Webmaster Tools) with a somewhat cryptic message about Google Chrome security warnings and SSL Certificates.Read More about the SSL Certificates and SEO – Are They Necessary? post
Each year, we compile a list of digital marketing trends for luxury hotels. With the end of 2014 being as busy as it was, it must have slipped our mind.Read More about the Digital Marketing Trends for Luxury Hotels in 2015 post
There's a number of things you need to consider before choosing what's right for your business.Read More about the Multiple domains VS directories post
Google recently announced the launch of a new search algorithm called Hummingbird. It has been up and running for over a month now, and has resulted in minor shifts in search engine results for sites that we monitor. The biggest changes are for outlying pages with content that receives a small amount of the total traffic. It therefore has not had much impact on the site statistics overall. But what is the reasoning behind the change?Read More about the The Hummingbird Update post
When we wrote the original article, we were talking about 1.4 billion mobile subscribers in the world. In a span of almost 3 years, we’re now at 6 billion.Read More about the Mobile – Part II post
SEO is an extremely popular topic with clients of any web design studio. And even more so with clients in the hospitality industry, as googling for hotels is a common way to find accommodations.Read More about the Search Engine Optimization: A Primer post