Forecasts for Web Design Trends in 2015

From InstantShift – http://bit.ly/1tzOHea

Design elements that made their mark in 2014 will keep their prominence in 2015. As many know, there have been many killer trends in web and graphic design industry this year, but as we look ahead there are some predictions to look forward to in 2015.…

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Why a Mobile-Friendly Website Is Essential to a Successful SEO Strategy in 2015

By Jay Taylor, from Home – SearchEngineWatch – http://bit.ly/1vEGzsD

Some organizations are still resistant to having a mobile-friendly website, either because they lack the resources or don’t see the value. If your organization falls into this category, and you would like to continue being relevant in 2015 on the most widely used search engine in the world, Google, then now is the time to begin building a mobile-friendly website.…

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Goodbye CAPTCHA (and Good Riddance)

By Allison Howen, from ‘Net Features – http://bit.ly/1BkHgQ4

We have all been asked to solve a CAPTCHA at some point during our Web experiences.

This security measure protects websites from abuse by asking users to confirm that they aren’t robots by reading distorted text and typing it into a box.…

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4 Creative Ways to Make Your Website More Personalized

By Jeffrey Vocell, from Inbound Hub | Marketing – http://bit.ly/1EVLXNu

We’re now encountering more personalized experiences than ever before. Before, it was just your favorite coffee shop barista who greeted you by name. Now, your News Feed is customized to your interests and behavior, your online purchases are largely influence by what Amazon’s algorithm think you’d like, and you can’t open up an email without it saying, “Hi [First Name].”…

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How Much Did You Pay for That Domain Name?

By Pete Prestipino, from ‘Net Features – http://bit.ly/1AtKU6R

Domain name prices vary – in some cases wildly – from registrar to registrar. Fortunately, there’s at least one service out there that will show you what these registrars are charging their users which could come in handy if you are building a domain portfolio (or simply want to get the lowest price).…

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What to Include (& Leave Off) Your Homepage

By Lisa Barone, from Search Engine Watch – Latest – http://bit.ly/1oUTWaz

Your website homepage! It’s often the first encounter visitors and potential customers have with your brand, yet, for some reason, it’s treated as the also-ran of your website. With so much attention devoted to interior, big-money pages like your Products, your Features, and your Resources, the average site homepage is either too cluttered to be effective or too barren for a customer to know what you actually do.…

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