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20 Surefire Ways To Get More Retweets on Twitter

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Last Updated on Nov 14th, 2014
Getting more retweets is a great way to extend your reach and influence on the web. Retweets may turn into gaining more followers, more visitors to your links, and more exposure for your brand. Getting more and more of retweets is a mixture of art and science. Now if you want to maximize your retweet potential your the best way is to have a catchy headline, clean English, and cool content to drive your tweet home. In this article I’ll share top 20 tips to help you get more retweets. Try these twitter tips out for yourself and watch as your tweets are retweeted far and wide! 1. Great Content How to get more retweets on Twitter starts with posting messages and content that will be of interest to your followers and have a high probability of being retweet...

Why Responsive Web Design is Good for SEO?

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Last Updated on Sep 11th, 2014
Gone are the days when computer used to be the only media to surf the internet. The ever evolving technology has blessed us with a spree of devices which allows us to surf the internet more easily and more effectively too. Responsive website designing is now the buzz word for all the web developers as they have to design the different web pages in such a manner that they can be easily accessed from all the different platforms. Therefore this form of designing is now the contemporary way which is being followed by most of the designers in the globe. Responsive web design is basically reformatting or in simple words converting a website into such a format that it can be accessed from the different devices like – smartphone, tablets, desktop, laptop etc. With the a gr...

8 Common Responsive Web Design Myths Busted

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Last Updated on Sep 2nd, 2014
We all know how responsive designs have benefited us! The impact is such that some clients have started refusing to pay if their transaction is held up for extra time. Whenever something new comes up, myths about that get generated. It’s in human nature to create rumors so as to affect the common people. Myths are a waste of time. They prevent progression. ~ Barbra Streisand These misconceptions can be one of the biggest barriers while planning, scoping, estimating, and executing your next responsive project. So, here is our effort to bust 8 common responsive web design myths: #1: Responsive design has to be all about mobile: It may be a fact that the sudden growth of the mobile web is the actual reason why the idea of responsive design came to life. But we ...

Does Responsive Web Design Convert Better?

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Last Updated on Aug 28th, 2014
Nowadays mobile usage has hit the roof. Modern mobile phones such as smart phones and tablets have taken the place of desktops. These smartphones bring a lot of stuffs that one would love to have. Accessing social media to browsing internet, everything has become easy, thanks to these smartphones. Google, the web search giant (according to Google, it has the total 67 percent search market in 2013) has declared that, it has a preference of using responsive web design as the mobile configuration. A recent study shows that, many big businesses have not yet chosen this trend for some reasons. To understand the market of mobile usages, the following statistics from Smart Insights could help you a lot. Now Google searches are being done on any type of mobile devices for...

How Big Businesses Use Colors To Affect Your Emotions [Infographic]

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Last Updated on Jul 16th, 2014
Have you ever thought how big brands create their logos to make you fall in love with their brand? Or make their logos instantly recognisable? Well, it turns out that logos and brand’s theme color have always a bigger impact on customers and as well as employees. Colors trigger emotions and they are even able to change or mould your emotions. Colors are able to invoke happiness, joy, peace, curiosity, anger, sadness, excitement in viewers mind. How? Red signifies active, yellow means energetic, blue is reliable, green is nature, etc.  So, it is indeed a very powerful Call-To-Action that you can use wisely to increase your brand’s revenue and reputation. But if you fail to choose the colors properly, it will put adverse effect on your brand image. Here are some f...

26 Things To Consider Before Developing A Brand New Website

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Last Updated on May 12th, 2014
If you are just getting started with your new website design then you must be excited. Along with the excitement you must not forget the simplest questions before starting a brand new website – What i’s the purposes and objectives? Is it going to be a business related site or a site for leisure or a blog? Once you have figured that out then you will need to scratch your head for choosing a good domain name. Yes, that is right, the most important thing you should think about your website is actually its name. The name should be easy to remember and must also be catchy, that way your future followers/fans/clients will always have your website in their mind. After you have finalized those two things, then the next step would be to actually choose the designs and...

How Many Social Sharing Buttons You Should Have?

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Last Updated on May 3rd, 2014
When it comes to generate free advertising, social sharing buttons are no doubt one of the best ways to spread the words out via different social media channels. Many internet marketers will suggest you to add social sharing buttons to increase traffic. They might also agree that it will work as an element of social proof but not everyone agrees on how many social sharing buttons you should have. Though social sharing buttons helps you to generate tons of traffic but it’s not always good for user experience. Each social sharing button uses a piece of JavaScript code to make calls back and forth between the social network’s servers and your site. And if you are in WordPress using social sharing plugins then it also needs to load additional JavaScript files from an...

Acquiring Google Analytics Certified Partner Status – How And Why?

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Last Updated on Apr 4th, 2014
Having been working in the field of internet marketing for quite a while, our team got used to relying on facts and real data before giving any recommendations to our clients.   Only after thorough analysis of the current situation and after drafting a series of thought-through hypothesis on how to improve the situation any quality management, curation and evolution of the project is possible. The tool used to analyze online projects has always been Google Analytics. Depending on the kind of task set (curate the PPC campaign, implement all the tracking necessary, promote the project wisely by means of SEO, manage the multi-channel marketing activities and attribute the conversions correctly, improve site’s conversion rate), – all sorts of GA fine-tuning is r...

How Upworthy Climbed The Virality Ladder To Rule The Web?

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Last Updated on Mar 21st, 2014
Upworthy has mastered the dark viral arts to change the internet forever. Upworthy’s ultimate goal is to find and repackage content that is visual, meaningful, and sharable. “Our goal is to reach millions of people on a daily basis with content that really matters. So we think a lot about how to package content in a way that’s compelling to share – and that means thinking a lot about how it works on Facebook.” — Eli Pariser, Upworthy CEO Today, Upworthy’s instant-virality strategy turning under-exposed news stories into viral gold. Unlike any news site/blog, rather than creating its own content Upworthy seeks unearths hidden gems from the internet in form of images, videos and graphics which were initially overlooked by mass people. Here are U...

Ultimate YouTube Marketing Checklist For A Better Brand Image

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Last Updated on Jan 28th, 2014
Since the title makes you read this post, I assume that you are already branding your business through YouTube, or you intend to do so. If neither is the case with you, I believe it is time that you jump onto the YouTube marketing bandwagon considering the below facts. YouTube is now the 2nd biggest search engine surpassing biggies like Yahoo and Bing. (Source: Mushroom Networks) It attracts over 1 billion visitors every month. (Source : YouTube) 1 minute of a video is as effective as 1.8 million written words (According to a research by Dr. James McQuivey of Forrester Research). Also, according to Edgar Dale’s Cone of Experience, people remember and thereby learn 50% of what they see and hear, as compared to 10% of what they read and 20% of what they just hear....