Category: iNoobs
minimal

This is the latest episode of iNoobs, a writeup series aimed at web professionals who are just starting up. Web designs with spinning or flashing graphic used to be considered cool a while ago. Now, consumers find that they don’t add to a site at all. It’s a distraction. A site needs to load fast and the […]

cat

Building a website is a process, and a long one at that. It takes precious time, handiwork, and numerous resources to get the job finished. When it’s all said and done, how do you know what’s working? Is it when you think the site is attractive? Is it when your client thinks it looks pretty? […]

html

If you’re an experienced web designer/developer, it’s likely that you already know what HTML Meta Description Tags are. To help some of the newbies out there, I’ve put together a bit of a simple explanation and how-to for using HTML Meta Description Tags. HTML Meta Description Tags are pretty important (although not required) – this […]

shop

When you go for designing an online store, you will learn that the store owners will only be interested in the number of online sales. In such a scenario, the success of your e-commerce website design will largely be determined by your ability in driving the website visitors to the “Checkout” button and inspire them […]

sahre

In today’s world, the importance of sharing content and information that you post on your site is vital to the success of your company, brand, or website. Without the ability for visitors to share your content, your site is not tapping into its full potential. While you can share much of the content on your […]

adwords

For our latest iteration of the iNoobs series we’ll be discussing marketing. Specifically paid search marketing, aka “pay per click marketing” (PPC) aka AdWords. First, let’s take a step back and take a look at the market. I recently wrote about how Yahoo and Bing are dead. If you can believe it, Google has captured […]