The web’s filled with content and if you’re a “web author” it can be tough to set yourself apart from the competitors. Thankfully for you, people don’t care quite as much about the real truths as they do the delivery. Individuals enjoy terrific writing. They want to be involved andRead More →

Twitter’s going public today, November 7th, 2013. There’s been a great deal of enjoyment leading up to the biggest Internet IPO since May 2012, when Facebook went public. That day was a headache for Zuckerberg and Co., as prevalent need caused glitches that left financiers unsure whether or not theirRead More →

Accelerating your website is the only guaranteed way to get more traffic and make more sales. In 2010, Google validated that site speed is one of over 200 signs that impacts search rankings. Their data reveals that when pages pack gradually, individuals invest less time. Yet most of us putRead More →

What You’ll Learn: The two things Michael thinks about when composing a short article Ways to turn a traffic spike into repeating traffic The post that was so successful Michael needed to switch off the comments The most significant traffic error bloggers make 10 Traffic Suggestion from Michael Dunlop #Read More →

Mobile app design is not like web design. Sure there’s color theory, setting type, and keeping grids, but there’s so much more to think about when the device changes. To shed some light on the do’s and do n’ts of mobile app design, we invited AwesomeWeb member Tomas Laurinavicius toRead More →