Author Archives: Itai Sadan

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Duda Launches eCommerce

You asked, we listened. It’s really as simple as that. For sometime now, we’ve heard many of you loud and clear: you want a way to sell all of your amazing products on your DudaOne site – and as of today, you have it — I’m proud to formally announce the launch of eCommerce on…
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Duda’s Third Act – Embedding Websites with Intelligence

Today’s release marks a milestone day at Duda and the beginning of our third act. Our mission at Duda has always been to help SMBs succeed by providing them with the tools that make them better and with the launch of inSite and DudaPro today, we’re taking that promise to the next level.

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Full of Sound and Flurry, Signifying Nothing: The Mobile Web is Thriving

Flurry, recently published research that seemed to indicate the mobile web is in decline and that apps are the wave of the future on mobile devices. The purpose of the article seems to be to influence business decision-makers to invest their resources in apps. I disagree strongly with this conclusion and the impression this leaves…
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Duda Nominated for the 2014 Webby Awards

“First and foremost, I’d like to thank the Academy…” Okay, that might be jumping the gun a little, but Duda has been nominated for a Webby Award in the Web Services and Applications category. And I don’t mind telling you, I’m pretty excited about it and would love for you to vote for us!

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The Duda Journey Continues: A Message from Duda’s Founders

Dear Duda Customer, Five years ago, Amir Glatt and I founded DudaMobile with the goal to make the mobile web friendly for all. We’ve always understood that the challenge for small businesses trying to engage with customers on the web goes beyond just mobile. In today’s world, there are a wide variety of screens including…
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Google Penalizes Misconfigured Mobile Sites

A month ago Google released a blog post about changes to the Google search algorithm that will penalize mobile sites which are not structured correctly by reducing their ranking on Google’s search results. This is a pretty major change, as many businesses might not be aware that their mobile site is not conforming to Google’s…
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