Since there are so many available, you may have a difficult time choosing the best web browser for you. Since they each have unique advantages and disadvantages, it can become overwhelming to find exactly what you’re looking for. Therefore, we put together this handy guide to help you find the best web browser (for you). […]Read More →
We get this question the time: How do I increase traffic to my website? Our staff here at Appletree MediaWorks studies Google’s newest algorithms all the time, because it is our job to increase web traffic for our clients. We have a developer on staff who spends most of her day doing SEO – search […]Read More →
on January 13, 2016in Web Developmenttags: design, mobile device, mobile ready, mobile site, mobile site versus responsive web design, mobile traffic, pros and cons mobile, responsive web design, rwd, user experience
Through 2015, mobile device have been on the rise. According to Statista, in 2015 about 75% of mobile phone owners in the US accessed the Internet using their mobile phone. Everyone wants to do everything on their phones and tablets that they used to do on their desktop. In 2016, if your website is not […]Read More →
In 2010, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) had pledged to give Internet users the power to decide if or when websites were allowed to track their behavior called the ‘Do Not Track’ initiative. This concept allowed a user to opt out of letting any of their online data to be tracked and found by anyone […]Read More →
The New Year is Almost Here! While considering a new year’s resolution don’t forget about your website. Maybe it could use an update and fresh new look. Check out some of these website tips for 2016. As a first step, be sure and review your statistics and analytics to figure out who is visiting your […]Read More →
on December 23, 2015in Techtags: App icons, application christmas, Boston dynamics, Christmas, christmas light show, christmas lights smartphone, christmas wordpress plugins, Developer app, Developer app day, Google, Google X, Tech, top christmas apps, Website christmas
‘Tis the Season to be Jolly and show how festive technology can be. Technology certainly does not ignore the fact that billions of people are celebrating the Holidays. Christmas cheer is being spread within mobile apps, Websites, and Blogs. Even Christmas decorations are redesigned using technology. Also, Google has done a lot to show their holiday cheer […]Read More →
It’s that time of year again when everyone is trying to find the perfect presents for their friends and loved ones. This year’s online sales are sky-rocketing from customers shopping online on days such as Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday. Customers should consider some of our online shopping security tips before exchanging their personal […]Read More →
In a digital age, sending out email newsletters instead of paper newsletters has become much more popular. And why not? The marketing potential of cheap, nearly instant communication with interested customers is difficult to overstate. The content within your newsletter can greatly affect your readership and business. Read on to learn what to include in […]Read More →
on December 2, 2015in Securitytags: Data Storage, Data Transfer, European Union, Microsoft, Privacy, Safe Harbor, Safe Harbor Agreement, Safe Harbor Agreement 2.0, Safe Harbor Pact, Transatlantic Trade
The Data Safe Harbor Rule The Safe Harbor Rule was established in 2000 between the European Union (EU) and the United States (US). This agreement allowed businesses to legally funnel information across the Atlantic. Such data is normally transferred during global commerce, email correspondence, and even social media communication. Europe has stricter privacy guidelines to protect its […]Read More →
on November 18, 2015in Techtags: Airbnb, Airbnb disaster relief program, crisis, disaster relief, Facebook, Facebook safety check, Google, Google Crisis, Google Crisis Map, Google Person Finder, internet crisis alerts, Paris Attacks, Twitter, Twitter alerts
Everyone has heard about the recent Paris Attacks on November 13th. Many people have found that the Internet helps in a crisis. The Internet can help to coordinate relief efforts while providing essential communication services to the unfortunate individuals involved in a disaster. Google Crisis Google has created some powerful tools to help save the […]Read More →
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