They say in life it's the little things that matter - they even agree in Zombieland. I watched an interview with Dave Brailsford, performance director of the British Olympic cycling team, and he certainly agrees.
Developing content for your website is crucial to driving more traffic to your site and engaging your audience with your brand - it also really helps your Google ranking. This isn't just a numbers game though, generating endless reams of content that maintains your voice in the market but adds no value is pointless. Here are a few tips to ensure you're not just clogging up the internet with unnecessary dross to keep Google happy.
So, to begin, I shall introduce myself. My name is Greg, I'm only 17 and am still in education.
The reason I am here is because I'm interested in what Gibe does.
From 15 August 2012, Adobe have pulled the Flash Player from Android's Google Play market. Does this spell a sad end of Flash on mobile devices? Don't cry Mr Android... there is always HTML5 to perk you up!
Recent figures from Comscore and Deloitte are backing up the argument that consumers are continuing to adopt smartphone usage for both online or m-commerce purchases, and in-store. The device that never leaves us is continuing to influence every part of our lives and we have all either seen or been there, phone in hand looking at the latest TV trying to decide where to buy from (price over convenience).
This months spectacle in my favourite websites is MSN's UK Olympics website, a truly responsive and clever website browsing experience for all devices.
If like me you continually read and hear gurus saying that social media is the new wave you tend to get carried along or fall off the back of the wave! Over the last few years I’ve seen many companies try and implement social media to drive consumers to buy their products but I think they and perhaps all of us are missing the true value.
London tweety-12: An Olympic Guide on User Testing, common mistakes, tablet browsing and social media success
The web is in the full throes of Olympic fever, from the tiniest but coolest gadget like the Google Doodle page to the incredible live BBC Coverage. Check out my thoughts and feelings on the importance of User Testing and common mistakes on websites, as well as observations from the successes of the London Olympics technology operations and how you can be inspired by it...
The team continues to grow with our new Business Development Manager, Nick Charles coming on board.
Last week we launched a new online store for Really Wild Clothing.