Surveys can and should go much further than link bait. A well-constructed survey can give you useful insights into the market you're trying to penetrate and help you create solid content. Here are three valuable questions to include in every survey.
Many sites and apps fail miserably because they don't consider the task environment or device usage models. Read this before you jump on the responsive design bandwagon to make sure you're taking the right approach for your site.
Yelp redesigned its look and feel to give more space to imagery and make accessing information about a local business or place simpler. With a new image carousel and more space for review content, Yelp has finally capitalized on the power of imagery.
Blogs have become a standard feature for websites. And blogging has benefits. It can help you become a content authority, engage your audience, and help your SEO efforts by attracting links. Here's a checklist of why you do and don't need to blog.
Successive search engine algorithm updates, combined with the rise of social media, means the web is a demanding place. Prioritize good-quality copy. Invest in your text up-front and gain a natural advantage for your website over the competition.
Google Instant Previews will now include Adobe Flash objects and other rich content. Previously, Flash components were represented as a little icon in the shape of a puzzle piece.
Specific tips for optimizing videos, images, local search, news, shopping, or other rich content.
Robert Scoble takes a stab at what he calls a "anti-nofollow religion" that has sprung up in The "no nofollow" religion. To ... read more