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Content KPIs: Are You Measuring Your Content Correctly?

Too often we find ourselves producing content piece after content piece without ever once defining what the goal of the content is. If you’re about to create a new piece of content and haven’t yet asked yourself why you’re creating this content, do so and do it now. While you’re at it, ask yourself the following questions […]

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What’s New for Designers, November 2017

#CODEVEMBER November is #Codevember with a coding challenge for all designers this month. There’s a new challenge each day—you can play catch up—that will help you stretch your creative muscles. Each day includes a code prompt. Create a sketch each day during the month, share (using #codevember) and browse other designs. You can also find it on […]

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6 Content Strategies to Boost Your Digital PR & Link Building Success

When it comes to link building, most SEO professionals agree: content is king. Cliched as the phrase is, the idea that we can build links or gain coverage without having something valuable to say is, frankly, preposterous. But while many conferences and articles over the past couple of years have instilled the values of great content, few have […]

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3 Essential Design Trends, November 2017

If you’re a fan of this monthly design trends series, there’s a strong possibility you’ve seen a trend or two that you just didn’t like. And that’s OK. This month, each of the three trends should be design conversation starters. While the visuals look cool, are they readable and usable? (Questions every website designer should […]

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5 Ways to Design With Accelerated Mobile Pages

The mobile web keeps growing at a rapid pace. Smartphones continue to sell strongly, with Apple alone forecasting to bring in $180 billion from its smartphones by 2021. There are over 224 million smartphone usersin the United States, making the mobile web an essential focus for any website owner. The continued growth of mobile web users makes it […]

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WHAT’S NEW IN MICROSOFT .NET FRAMEWORK 4.7.1

With Microsoft’s release of .Net Framework 4.7.1 this week, the development platform gains critical improvements to garbage collection, security, and application configuration. To boost memory allocation performance, particularly for large object heap allocations, an architectural change to the garbage collector splits the heap allocation into small and large object heaps. Applications making a lot of large object […]

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