Recently I started a new adventure with a personal blog. It wasn’t long after registering my domain that I began receiving loads of spam to my email. It seems everyone wants to design my website, create my logo, or boost my web traffic. Most of these I deleted without even reading. I did, however, get one that was especially bothersome.
If you’ve ever been on a support call before, you know how difficult it can be to help the person on the other end understand what exactly it is you’re seeing. Or maybe you want to capture a before and after shot to share with a colleague. Whatever your need, being able to capture screenshots can make your life a whole lot easier. Below are three different ways you can capture your screens.
Starting April 21, Google will be changing the way it determines search results of websites worldwide. By making changes to their search algorithm, Google is hoping to pressure more webmasters into providing mobile-friendly websites for users. According to the Pew Research Center, 63% of adults use their smartphones to search the web, and this number is only expected to increase as smartphones and tablets continue to increase in popularity. So Google is changing their algorithm to reward sites that are mobile friendly, and demote those that are not.
Your business has a website, but have you given any thought to how it looks on a smartphone? How does it look on a tablet? A survey conducted by the Pew Research Center found that 63% of adult cell phone users used their phones to surf the web. Not only that, but 34% cell/internet users get online mostly with their phone as opposed to a tablet or computer. So while your website may be spectacular on your desktop computer, some customers may never see it that way.
The decision to build a website is nearly always followed by the same question: “Who is going to update this?” The choice of your company’s webmaster should not be taken lightly. Once created, the content of your website should be constantly changing to keep up with current company news, product promotions, and changes in your specific industry. A website is only relevant as long as it’s current. So who do you pick for your website? I would like to suggest three traits to look for when delegating this responsibility.
Everybody likes their smartphone. And there’s no doubt they are great, useful tools for today’s life.
But one of the problems with technology is that all these cool toys create new ways for people to get our information. And when the toys come pre-hacked – well, it’s even more difficult to keep secure.