There’s a lot to be said about marketing in today’s web landscape. There’s a massive overflow of content that at times feels suffocating (quantity over quality rules), with everyone trying to be the next big thing in any way they can.
Nowadays, it seems like everybody has their very own website. Every product, every service, basically everything that can be offered and monetized is online. With the way things are set up, this will be even more pronounced, and it’s all because of us.
There’s a lot to keep track of when running a site and one of the most important things is to get recognized. The web is a big place and getting noticed is a chore. And since it’s such a competitive market the only real measure of how well known you are is Google, more precisely the first page of Google.
In order to achieve success in a highly competitive market, it’s crucial that your business has a solid online presence.
Having quality products and services backed by a team of specialists is a good foundation for a successful business. However, unless your target audience is aware of the existence of your brand, the time and money you spent training your team and perfecting your product will have been in vain.
As a society, we’ve come so far that you can witness accessibility in our daily lives everywhere around us. You can see it in beeping traffic lights, designated parking spaces, access ramps, etc. The goal is to provide equal opportunity to everyone, especially those who are in some way impaired. It’s only natural that these stances are then also applied to the Internet.
The buzzwords like “make money on the internet” and “passive income” can be trailed back to the ancient days of the internet when people were far more naive and not as internet savvy as they are today. In this day and age, the majority have broken through the rosy images of a laidback lifestyle with cash trickling down to your bank account and understand that, although earning money online is very much a possibility, it still does require you to work for it.
Using the sticky position property for elements on a site is very popular nowadays. For those unfamiliar with it, it essentially means “sticking” an element on a page even after you’ve navigated away from its original position. What is even better about this, is that it can be done using a plugin and with no code whatsoever!
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know what Black Friday is. It is the Friday following Thanksgiving Day in the United States. This year it will be on November 27. Since 1952, the day after Thanksgiving has been seen as a beginning day for Christmas shopping. This dates back to 1952. However, it was not always known as Black Friday, but this term became popular in the last few decades. While the term Black Friday was first applied to a financial crisis and the crash of 1869, it is nowadays used to refer to the day when many retailers offer large discounts for their products.