As we’ve known for a little while, the world of retail is changing. Traditional retail is dying, which means more and more businesses are starting to sell online. These changes in the industry come down to what consumers want — the ability to shop anywhere at anytime.
Category Archives: Responsive Design
Over the last year, Duda made some big news in the hosting industry (check out this partnership announcement between Duda and UOL, Brazil’s largest internet company), and we’re excited to say that we are about to make a bit more. We have officially launched a new Duda plugin in the WHMCS Marketplace to make selling…
Whether you’re building your first site or your 101st site, it never hurts to have a handy reminder of how to make it amazing. So here are 7 things to consider when you build your next website.
Introduction: Keeping customers up-to-date with the latest and greatest technology is one of the most pressing challenges faced by both DIY and DIFM web solutions providers. This is particularly true when it comes to how an SMB website works and looks, as it is the backbone of a business’ online presence.
The last thing any of us wants is a warning from Google. It’s kind of like being reprimanded while crossing the street on a red light. You know you deserve it, you know you should have waiting for the light to turn green, but you thought it was safe. It’s embarrassing when such things happen…
For the past 10 months, our amazing product team essentially stopped the presses so they could focus on one thing. It wasn’t a new feature. It wasn’t a new template design. It wasn’t even so they could fix bugs. No. It was for a much, much bigger reason than any of those.
We’re Using React – And We’ve Got a New Website Builder to Show for It! Big things are happening here at Duda. In a few days, we’ll be launching a brand new version of our responsive website editor, one that’s faster and sleeker than before.
For anyone who has been around the world of WordPress for any length of time, it comes as no surprise to hear the statistic that about 25 percent of all websites are built on the platform. As far as market share goes, that’s rather impressive.
If you’re providing Google AdWords as a service to your clients, you’re probably more than aware of recent changes in the platform regarding the text format of ads and a new by-device bidding system (which you should be taking full advantage of).
Keywords just ain’t what they used to be. These magical arrangements of Latin characters (or Cyrillic, if that’s your thing) used to be your golden ticket to a high rank in a search results page. And they’re still important (this blog post is packed full of them), but there are a lot more things to…