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application security
Posted by Michael Reich on 04/22/2014
If your shopping list for features on your new website doesn’t include application security features, it should. Our coding standards follow best practices in order to protect our clients from any vulnerability which may put their website at risk. The team of developers here at...
How valuable is your click-through rate?
Posted by Gary Locke on 04/17/2014
Click-through rate is the metric used to determine the performance of an advertisement. It is calculated by the number of times an ad is clicked (clicks) divided by the number of times the ad was shown (impressions). The benefit of click-through rate (CTR) is that it gives you...
Posted by Amanda Downie on 04/15/2014
A while back we talked about The Evolution of Web Design and how design trends have changed over time due to technological advancements and the overall expansions of web development. This time around I’ll be focusing more on a few current trends and where these advances have led...
Heartbleed and internet security
Posted by Gary Locke on 04/10/2014
An Internet bug named Heartbleed, which may likely affect all web users, was recently discovered by security researchers and was disclosed this week. Many have called this possibly the most serious breach of Internet security ever. Unfortunately, the extreme technical nature of...
5 Ways Pinterest Has Helped Small Businesses Grow
Posted by Teddy Hunt on 04/08/2014
Pinterest is one of the latest, greatest players in the world of social media. Like other simple but innovative platforms, it opens up the Internet to help people share information about themselves, their pursuits, and their businesses with millions of others. With its ability...

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