If you visit almost any website, you’re going to see the same design and layout as anyone else. A one-size-fits-all approach is used by a majority of websites, and only a few companies like Amazon and eBay deliver a customized experience. But that doesn’t mean small business websites can’t have dynamic content as well.
Category Archives: Mobile Best Practices
And our series continues! As part of a Duda’s “Words From the Web” series, I’ve cultivated a few of the most relevant and important articles that you may have missed from the past week from across the responsive web design blogosphere. This week we take a look at web design trends, SEO practices and some…
After much speculation of a search engine update, Google recently told SearchEngineLand that there were indeed changes to its core ranking algorithm in terms of how it processes quality signals.
The growing trend towards mobile-friendly website experiences continues to skyrocket as Bing announced that they would begin factoring mobile-friendliness into their mobile search rankings. The second largest search engine that accounts for 20.1 percent of total search queries will now begin increasing search ranking for mobile-friendly websites.
The DudaPro Reseller Program has evolved a lot over the years. What started as a program designed to provide web pros with a simple tool that would enable them to create mobile versions of desktop websites, has expanded into
April 21 has now come and gone leaving the world of website SEO changed forever in its wake. Google has now made mobile-friendliness a must for mobile searches and this will require some adjustments by many website owners and web professionals across the globe. And though
Starting April 21, Google will begin taking mobile-friendliness into account as a factor in search rankings. At this point, you may recall that Google already has been adding labels to sites that are mobile-friendly and warning people about the dangers of adding content to a site that won’t work on a mobile device (think Flash), but…
You put a lot of effort into improving your clients’ search rankings, so you want to make sure your efforts are preserved after Google’s big mobile SEO update on April 21. The thing is, you are not a web designer, you are a marketer! But you know you need to have a mobile-friendly solution to…
By now, you’ve probably heard the big news regarding mobile search and Google. At the end of February, Google announced they would be altering mobile search results to rank mobile-friendly sites significantly higher. Consequently, this means websites that are not mobile-friendly will see a severe negative impact on their site ranking and organic traffic.