With no correlation between search ranking and what is traditionally thought of a “page load time” we expanded our search to the Time to First Byte (TTFB). This metric captures how long it takes your browser to receive the first byte of a response from a web server when you request a particular URL.
What is an infographic anyway? Learn about them here!
An infographic is a popular form of content marketing that can help you simplify a complicated subject or turn an otherwise boring subject into a captivating experience. Ideally, an infographic should be visually engaging and contain a subject matter and data that is appealing to your target audience... something that is truly ‘link worthy’ or ‘share worthy’.
Link building is the most important (and challenging) SEO skill. Actually, it’s a culmination of several different skills: you need to master content creation, sales, programming, psychology, and good old-fashioned marketing if you want other people to consistently link to your site.
Today’s job search no longer consists of skimming through the local newspaper or sitting at home mulling over one job board after another the job search has gone mobile. In fact, a 2014 Glassdoor survey of 1,000 employees and job seekers revealed that nine in 10 (89 percent) job seekers report they use a mobile device during their job search.
I want this job because I’ve always loved building and marketing websites-even as a kid. I built websites when they were using frames and AltaVista was a decent search engine. I was 10 or 11. I’ve always been passionate about digital marketing, but I just didn’t know I could make a career out of trying to get people to a website.
Anyone with normal color vision agrees that blood is roughly the same color as strawberries, cardinals and the planet Mars. That is, they’re all red. But could it be that what you call “red” is someone else’s “blue”? Could people’s color wheels be rotated with respect to one another’s?
When we boil water, the chemistry of it changes, which is usually a good thing as it boils out volatile compounds and dissolves gases. This is why boiling water mostly ensures that it’s safe to drink. If water is left boiled too long or is reboiled, the chemical compounds change for the worst. By leaving your water to boil down, you’re actually concentrating many harmful chemicals instead of getting rid of them. The same thing happens when you reboil water, as the compounds concentrate and increase the risk of ingesting certain chemicals.