The Longterm Costs of Getting Hacked
The headlines are full of stories of retail giants getting hacked. Their customers have endured identity theft and months of effort to repair their credit profile. But just because your website doesn’t have an e-commerce model does not mean you are immune to the damage a hacked site can inflict. What happens if your website is the […]
Keep your Chrome Polished
Chrome is a great browser. But the bigger you are, the harder you can fall when it comes to hacks and attacks. The Center for Internet Security has published a new vulnerability for Google Chrome browsers. Upgrade as soon as you can.
The Mobile First Approach
Last Tuesday Google rolled out a major change to their search algorithm that penalizes mobile un-friendly websites when someone performs a search on a mobile device. The change has been nicknamed “Mobilegeddon” because of how apocalyptic it could be for millions of websites. According to Fortune magazine, 60% of web traffic now comes from mobile […]
“Digital marketing” is redundant.
A popular theory that has emerged in the last few months is that all marketing is inherently digital and that talk of “digital marketing” will become increasingly redundant. In an Adobe/Econsultancy Quarterly Briefing for Digital Trends in 2014 they state: “The debate around the distinction between online and offline marketing will continue during 2014, but […]
Why should my site be responsive?
After a recent consulting project for Verizon Wireless, we truly grasped how mobile use is changing everything on the web and in web development. To use the word explosive is not hyperbole. There are 2.1 billion mobile-broadband subscriptions 45% of American adults have a smart phone 90% of those smart phone owners go online to do […]