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The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a legislation that was enacted in the US back in the year 2010 to protect the interests of people with special needs. The act requires all websites to be fully accessible by the disabled. If your website is not yet compliant with this act, it’s regarded as discrimination towards people that live with disabilities.
Anyone can set up a website, but it takes skill to create one that is of high quality. The design of a webpage is crucial to retain visitors and increase the rate of returning visitors as it should provide easy navigation, fast loading times aside from its overall aesthetic.
SEO remains a favorite acronym on the internet today. It's unusual for aspiring and current digital marketers, bloggers and content writers to go a day without coming across or having to use SEO, which is short for Search Engine Optimization. In layman's language, Search Engine Optimization refers to boosting a website by inserting frequently searched keywords or key phrases to enable content rank as high as possible on search engines.
Logos are the cornerstone of every business, and every business website needs a logo. Statistics show that it takes 10 seconds to form an opinion on a logo and 5 – 7 views to recognize the logo. The first impression your logo makes must be a lasting one.
Want to keep customers in the long term? These post purchase marketing strategies help improve retention and loyalty while turbo-boosting the customer journey
Social media is the digital king. Whether it is about individuals socializing or businesses using it as a marketing medium, social media platform have been playing a very prominent role in this day and age.
When it comes to web design, the only constant is change. Much like fashion, website design is also governed by trends that often have nothing to do with the content and the functioning of websites. One of the more recent trends that seems to gain a lot of traction lately is one-page - or pageless - design.
Over the 10th and 11th of April, Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook, took to the stands and addressed concerns regarding its user's privacy. The most pressing issue pertains to the information that the social network has on its every user and the recent breach of that data by Cambridge Analytica, which, prompted the social platform to relook into the issue and to reassure its users that nothing like that would ever happen again.
When people think about freelancing, they often think of working on your laptop by the beach, sipping tropical cocktails. But freelancing isn’t easy. There’s the job you are paid to do… And then there is managing your online presence, marketing, bookkeeping, and more. How can you juggle it all without burning out?