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Posted on: 10/9/2018 by John Siebert
The search engine optimization (SEO) market changes all the time. As search engines implement smarter algorithms, it’s not enough to produce low-quality content in the hope that it sways crawlers to your favor. In fact, SEO now requires human touch, as well as more financial and creative resources than ever before.  Read More
Posted on: 5/10/2018 by John Siebert
A pro-am archery tournament is back in the Augusta area for the third year in a row. The Leupold ASA Tour kicked off Thursday at Wildwood Park, in Appling. The tournament brings in almost 2,000 archers from more than 35 states.  Read More
Posted on: 5/10/2018 by John Siebert
Today’s consumers expect a fast, flawless and beautifully designed interface when they use a software product or browse a website. Slow page speeds, broken links, non-responsive page displays or simply poor design can turn users off from ever visiting your site again. That’s why it’s critical to make user experience and interface a top priority for your business’s development strategy.  Read More
Posted on: 5/10/2018 by John Siebert
Before discussing the top most important factors to consider while designing a website, let us have a look at few of the interesting facts.  Read More
Posted on: 5/10/2018 by John Siebert
Merchants want to rank number one in Google for search terms that are seemingly important to their business, such as “dog food.” Or “office supplies.” Or whatever popular term describes their products. The problem, however, is that not every company can rank for high-demand keywords. The workaround is to be realistic about ranking potential and develop search engine optimization strategies accordingly.  Read More
Posted on: 5/10/2018 by John Siebert
My big brother is a smart guy, and he recently got a new job that he’s super excited about. It’s a job in “UX design,” and he says it’s going to combine computer and design work in a way that will keep things really interesting for him. I’m thrilled that my big brother is getting a good job, and I’ve been nodding along when he mentions it, but I have to admit something: I have absolutely no idea what “UX” stands for, or what “UX design” actually is. I would ask him, but my brother has a bit of a reputation in the family for being bad at explaining things (if you ask him about an acronym, get ready to hear four more acronyms, which he will insist on explaining with more acronyms, and so on). So I’m asking you instead: what the heck is UX design?  Read More
Posted on: 5/10/2018 by John Siebert
It’s April Fool’s Day. Again. The day when companies come up with the craziest product ideas in an effort to prank consumers. Of course most of them are so obvious that they shouldn’t even qualify as pranks anymore because we can see them coming a mile away. The truly subtle ones are rare. But then again, no company wants to create a fake product that’s too believable, right? With that in mind, let’s see what some of the biggest names in tech, and across other industries, have planned for this year’s April Fool’s Day. There are actually a few good ones in there, and there’s even a pretty believable prank right this year, which is rare.  Read More
Posted on: 5/10/2018 by John Siebert
Bad news if you're one of the hundreds of millions of online banking users around the world. The chances are your bank's website and web apps are horribly insecure. Researchers at security firm Positive Technologies, which has a commercial stake in securing web apps, tested 33 websites and services using its proprietary application inspector, and found that banking and financial institutions were 'the most vulnerable' to getting hacked.  Read More
Posted on: 5/10/2018 by John Siebert
Beyond throwing rocks, archery is perhaps the most universal known means of warfare and hunting throughout the world. Dating to over 10,000 years ago and – with the exception of Australasia – practiced virtually everywhere occupied by humankind. While largely replaced by the firearm at the start of the modern age, the bow and arrow remained an exclusively noble sport in many places until it experienced a renaissance in the 19th century as a sport of elegance and skill for both men and women.  Read More
Posted on: 2/26/2018 by John Siebert
SQL injection attacks are well-understood and easily preventable, and the priority for risk mitigation should be preventing SQL injection attacks in the first place. Listen to Little Bobby Tables and sanitize your database inputs.  Read More