You know that having a website is an important asset for your business. However, if you have very low conversion rates, or have been seeing a steady decrease in traffic it might be time to fix your website. The web is constantly evolving, and your site needs to be up to the current web standards
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In today’s article we are going to look at how often and to what social media channel should we be focusing our efforts and energies on. Don’t worry, you dont need to do this everyday. No, we cannot guarantee any form of success, we just know quite a few marketers and small business owners, like you, who are struggling to keep their social media accounts active with relevant and up-to-date content.
We really love web development and we know so many friends out there who do as well. So we thought we would curate a list of seven incredible web development resources that we use every day in our web development fun. Here goes. Google Fonts – With 815 fonts to choose from, Google Fonts is
Hello Internet!, So trolling around like I always usually do, I have come across an amazing list of cheat sheets for use as a web developer. The great part of modern web development is the absolute wealth of free documentation out there, the drawback, of course, is its not always up to date. So bellow
Hey Internet, So it’s a Friday night and I am yet again browsing around the internet looking for something interesting to read. Tonight’s subject? Make my home office even nicer than what it currently is. I stumbled across this amazing article with a super cool infographic. and as y’all know I am a sucker for
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As you guys have seen of late I have become a pretty big fan of info-graphics. If I could find a nice way to make a poster out of it I would have them all over my wall in the office. Here is the next instalment of a great info-graphic, all thanks to the lovely
Here is a nice follow up on our previous article which you can read here: Interesting enough we here at Linuxweb use neither of these two frameworks in our website development. We have hacked and code our very own. Enjoiy!!