• Website Design

    GoDaddy Launches the Hub by GoDaddy Pro to Help Web Designers and Developers More Efficiently Manage their Businesses

    The Hub provides a new integrated project, site and client management platform for GoDaddy Pro members so they can more easily navigate between projects and client sites, and efficiently run their business with new tools like to-do lists and timelines. The Hub is optimized to save Pro members time with capabilities like bulk updates across hundreds of sites for WordPress Core, plugins, and themes. GoDaddy Pro users report saving an average of three hours per site each month by using site maintenance tools available in the Hub. GoDaddy Pro members can also use the Hub to collaborate more easily with  

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  • Internet Marketing

    bWyse Internet Marketing Presents Free Webinar: Low/No Cost Ways to Drive More Traffic to Your Website on April 14, 2021

    bWyse Internet Marketing Low/No Cost Ways to Drive More Traffic to Your Website bWyse Internet Marketing is proud to bring Low/No Cost Ways to Drive More Traffic to Your Website for our second of two free webinars in April 2021. I can’t recommend Wendy and June high enough. Every single time I go to a webinar I learn something. Wendy has an easy going, fun, and engaging way of presenting information.” — Jim K., webinar attendee REDMOND, WA, USA, April 22, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — We all have more time than money. And, we all need more traffic to  

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  • Computer

    Gov. Little, Idaho Technology Council unveil Idaho Codes program

    The Idaho Codes program is designed to prepare students in grades 7-12 for the growing digital economy. BOISE, Idaho — Idaho Gov. Brad Little announced Monday the state will launch a new version of Idaho Codes in collaboration with the Idaho Technology Council. Idaho Codes is an online computer science course designed to teach middle and high school students how to code, build websites and create apps. Students in grades 7-12 can access the Coding Foundations course starting Monday. The 120-hour course teaches students how to code in HTML, CSS and JavaScript. “Job opportunities in computer science will continue to  

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  • SEO

    8 Components of an SEO-Friendly Law Firm Website

    Search engine optimization (SEO) is one of the primary drivers of traffic and clients for law firms, but it’s not always straightforward how to go about it the right way. After all, legal is a highly competitive niche, and there are a lot of hoops lawyers have to jump through in regard to marketing their services online. Due to the often sensitive nature of some practice areas (think Personal Injury or Criminal Law), law firms need to take a strategic and creative approach if they want to attract more clients from Google. The good news is that the fundamentals of  

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  • Website Design

    Factors to Consider When Looking for the Right Web Design Agency

    A website is like a physical shop, meaning you need to design it well to attract customers who’ll want to explore it. If you succeed in making customers spend more time in your shop, the chances are higher that they will make a purchase. However, as you may well know, the internet is a very competitive place, and every business nowadays has an online presence – all competing to attract customers. So, the challenge is to design a website that stands out from your competitors. Your website should give the best experience to visitors so that they convert into buyers.  

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  • Technology News

    Reading ‘Futureproof’ and Thinking About the Ways That Technology Has Made Academic Work Worse

    Futureproof: 9 Rules for Humans in the Age of Automation by Kevin Roose Published in March 2021 Futureproof is a book that is less about the future and more about the present. For close readers of the “robots will or will not take all the jobs” genre (count me in), Futureproof offers little that is original. Those convinced that the future will be one of technological unemployment will not feel any better after reading Futureproof. Nor will those persuaded that society will adjust to new technologies by creating new types of jobs feel any less confident in their beliefs. 

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