“Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated,” humorist Mark Twain is supposed to have quipped. The same may be said of many of the dire forecasts regarding the imminent demise of print media of all types, including newspapers, magazines, books, and printed marketing materials.
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If you have a website, it's important to optimize your site for mobile use, so when web-surfers are first introduced to you they want to hang out again soon. Here’s a look at why and how to get started.
It's not uncommon for a business owner to believe that it just isn't practical to spend the time, effort, and funds necessary to create and launch a website, because their business is small and selling their products and services online–even if they wanted to–just wouldn't be feasible.
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The use of mobile and smart phones for Internet browsing is rising quickly. Mobile Internet browsing is the future of web that has already started and you have to keep up, or better yet, run ahead of the pack!