Today, because of the huge popularity of smartphones, tablets, and other hand-held devices, website owners, whether they be businesses or bloggers, cannot afford not to have a mobile-friendly website. More and more people are accessing the Web through mobile devices, and some studies suggest that in the not-so-distant future mobile Internet usage will further increase. If your website is not mobile friendly, visitors will not stay around for long, and that means you will lose potential followers or customers.
There are several approaches to building a mobile-friendly website. More >
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Online social networking has become as much part of our lives as our socialization in real life. But the difference between the two worlds lies in keeping our private information secured and protected from strangers – keeping your personal details and important information protected in real life is considerably easier than the online world – where there concept of privacy is very loose and your information can fall into wrong hands quite easily.
No matter how vigilant you are in protecting your social networking accounts with strong passwords, keeping up-to-date More >
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Experian recently reported that Pinterest is the third largest social network – following Facebook and Twitter.
If you’re surprised to hear this, you’re simply not paying very close attention to the social world of the internet and, of course, the possibilities that Pinterest has for your business.
104 million visitors in a single month.
104 million potential clients – if you can figure out who they are and how to reach them.
Step 1: Learn the basics of Pinterest. You can More >