Google's Browser Size tool is so much better than the feature integrated with Google Analytics because you can use it on any site, at any time.

Now that the tool is going away we show you how to get your own instant-on browser size tool in under 5 minutes.

Increase Web Page Speed: Optimize Your JavaScript

by Joydeep Deb September 25th, 2012

In years 2010 Google announced that it is incorporating site speed as one of the over 200 signals that we use in determining search rankings. There are many ways to improve the website performance and reduce the page load time, which includes Minimize HTTP Requests, Optimize Images, Optimize CSS & Java Scripts and Cache-Control etc. [...]

A lead capture page is a unique webpage, usually known as "landing page". I prefer to call it with its technical name because I think it's more appropriate. A good online marketing campaign is useless without a great landing page. The main aim of a lead capture page is to persuade your web visitors to [...]

Make Your Site Even More Mobile Friendly with Responsive Design

by Manish Bhargava September 12th, 2012

Is your website optimized for mobile devices, and how flexible is it to adapt to the many different resolutions of the various smartphones and tablets on the market today? In other words, do you know how the experience will be for users viewing your website on Sony Ericsson T715 or iPad mini rumored to release in October of this year?

When a URL's protocol is omitted, the browser uses the underlying document's protocol instead. It looks strange at first, but this "protocol-less" URL is the best way to reference third party content that's available via both HTTP and HTTPS.

Helpful WordPress Code Snippets

by Ryan Cowles August 8th, 2012

These snippets are in no particular order, but they all modify WordPress' default behavior to accomplish a common task.

If you feel that your online business is being circled by virtual sharks in the online pool you share, the following tips can help you solidify your brand, retain and attract customers, and thrive in spite of your relentless competition.

It takes a village to build a revenue-generating site.

Basic web page layout in HTML5

by Laura Peragallo July 10th, 2012

There is a lot of buzz about HTML5 being a breakthrough which will improve websites from a design view point and SEO. Even though HTML5 won't be completely supported until 2022, there is no reason not to become familiar with some of the basics. HTML5 uses new semantically rich elements that convey the purpose of [...]

Not getting enough leads? I know it's really hard to generate new business leads and it's even more frustrating when you are spending lots of money and time to drive traffic to your small business website. If this is the case with you then I am pretty confident that following tips will help you to [...]