Working on the web with small businesses you find out quite a bit that people have a lot of misconceptions about how search engines work.
The fact of the matter is, YouTube streams over 4 Billion (that’s billion with a B) videos each day… so yes… someone is watching them. Even on our most simple creations at Delton Childs Media, the very least a few dozen people watch our videos.
Most people don’t realize how easy to use and friendly their own personal website is. Web development has come a long way in the past decade.
The importance of proper icon use on your website can’t be understated. One of the things icons are most accredited with is driving traffic to and from your social media outlets, they should attract the attention of your website visitor but not compete with the meat and potatoes of your website’s core message.
When I say “They” with the capital T, I’m not talking about Twitter users, most likely it’s exact opposite. I’m talking about the people who own twitter, or a chunk of it now that it’s a publicly traded company.
Strange and Random web shows are great, but if you’d like to do it professionally, and make some cash one day, you’re going to need to impose at least a little structure to your podcasts…
One of my latest adventures on the internet lead me to the 4th Quarter 2013 Adobe Digital Video Benchmark Report where adobe offers us some insight into growing digital video trends. Digital video? What does that have to do with my business?
Time.com got a site re-design and I decided to take that opportunity to take a look at some of the popular web trends that had been poping up all over the internet, Flat Design.
Let’s go back to the future. When I was a kid and I saw Marty McFly’s jacket in Back To The Future dry his clothing and perfect adjust to his body type… I was pretty impressed. We don’t have that jacket yet but I’m sure it’s coming, here’s why…
Didn’t think sponsored as where enough huh? Facebook is about to hit us all with another advertising opportunity, Premium video ads in our timelines.
Looking at this new Mac Pro though, my interest is peaked. Support for up to 6 monitors plus 6 thunderbolt ports, 4 USB3.0 ports are a great add on. I wish my current mac pro supported that many connections without adding cards but hey, times are changing and this is a new model that offers you the power you wish you had 5 years ago.