Understanding Responsive Website Design

Posted on March 27th, 2013 by Allie Cooper in Guest Posts

Responsive web designAs more people use mobile devices, the need for your website to have a responsive design becomes a necessity. What’s a mobile responsive design? You might ask. It’s the theme including layout and content that adapts to the size of the screen. So, if you will try to visit Facebook on your iPhone’s Safari or Google Chrome browser, you’ll notice that the content shifts to fit the display of your device’s screen.

Since smartphones and tablets have smaller screens than laptops and PCs, websites without responsive design may take a longer time to load considering it’s made up of Flash images, longer content and full-HD background. If your website doesn’t have a responsive design, then you are losing a lot of clients. In fact, 60 percent of mobile users will only wait three seconds for a page to load. The study also revealed that 43 percent of the respondents said they are unlikely to return to a slow loading site. So far, 77 percent of the mobile sites take more than five seconds to load, so make sure you know how to measure your website’s response time.

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5 Reasons It's Important to Have an Efficient Web Hosting

Posted on December 17th, 2012 by Kamran Sharief in Guest Posts

Best web hostingWhether you’re considering an online business or you’re considering a website that will be an appendage to your already existing business, it’s not only important to have a website that is professionally designed and easy to navigate, but it’s important to have a quality hosting plan in place so that people can visit your website online. While there are plenty of options for hosting, not all webs hosting services are created equal and you’ll need to look for hosting company that offers your business website the features it needs at a price that is acceptable as well.

Increased Demand Increased Services

If the website is a brand-new venture, chances are good that the website is not likely to get a great deal of traffic. In these instances, a less expensive hosting plan such as a shared server hosting option might be the best route to go. These hosting plans are inexpensive and offer your website plenty of features to start with. As your website traffic increases, you’ll need to make sure to choose a web hosting company that can offer you increased services as your website demands them.

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Guest Post: Cloud Monitoring

Posted on August 1st, 2012 by Porter Olson in Guest Posts

Cloud monitoringIn almost every industry, customers expect to learn most information about a company from their web site. Consumers increasingly use a company’s site to place purchases, pay bills, and seek customer support.

Smart leaders of companies also utilize their website to track current and potential customers and learn valuable information about them. With catalogues and long sales pitches over the phone on the decline, and cloud computing very much already here, it’s important that your online presence is solid.

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Guest Post: Cloud-based Management for Start-ups

Posted on July 24th, 2012 by Mark Jones in Guest Posts, Tech

CloudCloud computing is a development that could change the computer industry. Technology heavyweights such as Microsoft, IBM and Google have already invested millions of dollars into its research, reflecting a growing belief that it’s a method of computing that’ll continue to grow in prevalence, changing, for the better, the way we use computers in our personal and business lives.

If you’re a start-up or small business owner and not too tech savvy, you may wonder what cloud computing actually involves. Essentially, it involves a significant shift in IT system workload with remote, rather than local computers, running everything from e-mail to word processing. You’d simply log into a web-based service that would host all the relevant programs for your business and then go from there. If you’re a user of hotmail, it would be similar to logging into that.

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WebSitePulse Guest Blogging Guidelines

Posted on May 9th, 2012 by Lily Grozeva in Guest Posts

Guest BloggingWhat You Get

  1. Your bio statement will appear at the bottom of the article and will contain a maximum of 2 links to your Website(s) or social channels. Email addresses are not allowed.

  2. You may provide up to three links in the body text of the article. All links should be only related to the context of the subject you cover in the post.

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