I think the world can be divided into two kinds of people: those who read because they enjoy it, and those who read because they have to. I am a member of the first group, while my teenage daughter is a member of the second. It can make for tense times at our house. But regardless which group you belong to, spelling
When you visit a website, you are opening a channel between your computer and a web server somewhere for the exchange of information. This connection may or may not be secure, and a connection that isn’t secure can mean the information being exchanged is being viewed by a third party. The difference in a secure connection and one that isn’t involves encryption.
Simple question. Simple answer. Yes! Beginning April 21, 2015, websites that are mobile-friendly will be recognized as such by Google, a potential boost to rankings for numerous sites. Google has been notating mobile-friendly sites in search results since November 2014, and this announcement makes mobile-friendliness more important than ever before. More than 60% of smartphone users use their devices to access the internet. But
If you’ve ever looked at a page of search results and wondered how certain companies are able to rise to the top and stay there, you can bet a good portion of that answer has to do with the content on their site. Companies that provide useful, relevant content on their websites tend to rank higher on search engine results. It’s a mix of