• Internet Marketing

    5 Holiday Internet Marketing Tactics to Start Right Now

    It happens every year – the holidays sneak up on us. Whether you end up scrambling to find the right gift for someone or rushing to ensure the perfect products you sell end up in front of shoppers, you need to make the most of the time you have available. So, if you haven’t started your shopping yet, get started. And if you haven’t already deployed your holiday marketing strategies, it’s time to prioritize and get to work. After all, the holidays basically kick off on November 26. This means that by then you need to have your strategies in  

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  • Computer

    Teenage Engineering’s new PC case is gorgeous, expensive… and bendable

    Teenage Engineering, a design company that dabbles in everything from synthesizers to helping build the Playdate gaming handheld, has made its first computer case. It’s called Computer-1. It’s a bold orange case that’s made for mini-ITX-sized motherboards, which are reserved for small form factor builds. Like most of the company’s products, it’s not exactly affordable at $195. But that might not be an obstacle if you’re a sucker for a case that’s dripping in color and unique style. The Computer-1 case is made with powder-coated aluminum and has chrome handles, which makes it look a bit like Apple’s most  

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  • SEO

    Vulnerabilities Are Not an SEO Issue… Until You Get Hacked

    Google’s John Mueller answered a question in the SEO Office-hours hangout about whether a security vulnerability had any effect on SEO. He said technically it’s not an SEO issue. But that a vulnerability had the seeds of becoming an SEO issue in the future. When Does Something Become an SEO Issue? In a way this is a somewhat philosophical question. Someone I know who does a lot of site audits was surprised to hear that I included a security screening as part of all SEO audits. The reason I did it is because a vulnerability can become an SEO problem  

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  • Website Design

    15 Smart First Steps For An Effective Website Overhaul

    getty Several factors can make a business’ website less effective than it might be, from cumbersome navigation to slow loading times, poor mobile performance and missing information. While a bad user interface or user experience may be the most troublesome problems, even a visual design that’s unappealing or doesn’t mesh well with your branding can be off-putting to your current and potential customers and make your website seem unprofessional. If traffic to your site is declining or you’re not seeing as many conversions as you’d like, it’s a sure bet that your website needs an overhaul. But any such project  

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  • Technology News

    Zuckerberg says other tech firms stifle innovation with high fees

    Facebook Chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg arrives to testify before the House Financial Services Committee on “An Examination of Facebook and Its Impact on the Financial Services and Housing Sectors” in the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington, DC on October 23, 2019. Mandel Ngan | AFP | Getty Images Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg accused other tech companies of “stifling innovation” with high fees and little choice for consumers during a live stream on Thursday, all while his company faces an antitrust lawsuit from the federal government and heightened pressure from Congress over recently-leaked internal documents Zuckerberg made the comments  

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  • Gadjet And Laptop

    HP Pavilion Aero 13 review: A small laptop you’ll want to take everywhere

    Josh Goldman/CNET The HP Pavilion Aero 13 is not your average Pavilion laptop, a product line that is decidedly average. For HP, Pavilion is its everyday line with a focus on value, while its Envy and Spectre lines are the midrange and premium models, respectively. But wow, HP packed a lot of value into the Aero 13: Eye-pleasing magnesium-aluminum chassis, strong processing performance, long battery life, a bright, colorful display and a weight of just 2 pounds (0.94 kilograms). Amazingly, with all that it offers though, it has a starting price of $750. Like Weighs under 2.2 pounds Long  

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