Often websites aren’t as good as they can be due to poor communication between developers and other teams like marketing. In this guest post, Toby Osbourn explains how this can be prevented.
According to Pete Campbell, the future of SEO will revolve around advising brands on their open data strategy via apps that leverage open data through API’s.
Google, Microsoft, Mozilla and Apple are desperate to encourage all brands to ensure their website is compatible with the relatively new HTTP/2 protocol. But how?
Too many new websites are still lacking in basic digital marketing features. Barry Adams thinks this is unacceptable, and writes an impassioned plea for all web developers to do better.
Security is an aspect of the web that digital marketers increasingly need to take ownership of. Here Barry Adams outlines some basic web security tools and methods.
New websites launch daily which lack some basics that could mean the difference between success and failure. Neil Walker provides website essential tips.
Do you hate WordPress? Are you getting constantly frustrated with picking up a WordPress site which someone else has developed? Well this post is to something you can point those developers to.
One problem that SEO face is that we heavily rely on work carried out by other Digital Professionals, Creatives, Developers, PR people etc, so how do we over come this?
Joost De Valk returns to the a4uexpo conference agenda, where he’ll be giving the chance to revisit WordPress and hear what is currently best practice.
An overview of the Dublin Web Summit 2012 day 2 with speakers like Matt Mickiewicz, Eamon Leonard, Bas van den Beld, Chris Poole and Ilya Segalovich from Yandex