We are no stranger to how good the word ‘Weekend’ sounds at the end of a long and tiring week, but you know what sounds even better? Friday!
The internet world has recently been advancing so fast that it has kept us on our toes, and everywhere you look industry giants are introducing new tools and launching new projects. To help you keep up with the fast pace, this week’s Friday catch-Up has it all; read on to find out who Twitter has partnered with, what Google is doing, and what else has happened around the internet that is worth your attention.
Buckle up guys, the Friday Catch-Up roller coaster is known for its speed.
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A big warm hug for surviving through the tediously long work week! Hello people and welcome to a brand new edition of Friday Catch-Up, our weekly ritual update that tells you all about what has been happening on the internet while you sat sipping coffee at your desk all week.
Like always, Google can’t seem to get enough of the limelight and makes certain that it always stays in the news. This week is no exception, but it comes with a lot more.
So fellas, hold on to your mugs full of caffeine as we take you on a ride through the news and updates of the World Wide Web. Continue reading
If you run a Magento or CS-Cart based store or plan to launch it, you will certainly get new actionable tips at this webinar. On March 26th at 9 am PDT in cooperation with the web-development company Alt-Team, we will host a webinar where will talk about the ways to improve site’s functionality and drive more sales. If you don’t know ins and outs of the shopping platform you use and just manage your store intuitively, you will certainly get new insights. Continue reading
According to MOZ, each year Google changes its search algorithms around 500–600 times. Most of these updates are minor but from time to time Google rolls out a number of large updates too. During the last 6 months Google implemented updates regarding site optimization for mobile devices, on the 26th of February Google had announcedthat mobile friendliness would be a new ranking factor for websites. Seems that this update will transform our vision of how mobile-friendly sites should look like.