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  1. Many Web-Only Retailers Fail to Offer Optimized Mobile Experiences [Study]

    Most major companies continued to opt for dedicated mobile sites or desktop sites over responsive web design when deciding how to render their sites for mobile devices. Alternatively, allowing the desktop version of a site to render on mobile...

  2. 5 Critical Factors for Optimized Mobile PPC Targeting

    Of course, this means that your website needs to render properly on each device, but you should also optimize your mobile website for user intention too. There's no denying that your target audience is incorporating mobile devices into their lives...

  3. Machine Learning Basics for Better Content & SEO Results

    But a search query for [bad example of customer service] will render first page results with the terms "bad", "poor" and "worst" in the content, title and/or URL. Do you understand what they're capable of learning and how they go about it?

  4. Website Launch Checklist: 25 Things to Test Before Your Site Goes Live

    Check to make sure the pages render well in common browsers. Launching a website is a little like making homemade soup. You’ve got many ingredients coming together, and before you’re done adding them, you sample it to see that you got it just right.

  5. 13 Twitter PR Secrets to Report News, Gain Publicity, & Build Relationships

    Tip: If you use PitchEngine, your tweets will automatically render with Twitter cards! Tweet from a Pitch and it'll render a summary in the Twitter feed - check it out. When SEOmoz announced the rebranding move to just “Moz”, Twitter was part of...

  6. Is Google Sucking the Life Out of Your Identity? Are They Alone?

    Soldiers and family members can video-chat, companies can collaborate and experts can render much needed assistance, all without geographic constraints. I talked about how Google+ provided a hub by which users could be tied to their websites...

  7. FTC Tightens Online Disclosure Requirements

    To me, it looks like these refinements render most of the disclosures that I've seen inadequate. In December 2009, they had already made it known that even bloggers were expected to disclose any remuneration (such as free samples or affiliate...