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Do You Know Your Web Host Affects Your SEO Efforts?

Does your web host affect your ranking on search engines? That’s the question we’d love to answer with this article, and we believe you’re also interested in knowing the answer too, right? Determining with high accuracy what factors affect the ranking of sites on Google is a herculean task thanks to the almost daily updates to Google’s ranking algorithm. Aside from the obvious and routine keywords optimization, linking building, reputation management, and other on-page campaigns are there other factors that…

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Playground: Thomas Lerooy’s playful sculptures that mix everyday objects with historical art

For his solo exhibition Playground at the Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens in Belgium, local artist Thomas Lerooy will present a series of new sculptures and drawings that revolve around a colourful, playful scenography. Following his usual style, the artworks play with motifs and themes, with shapes, materials and colours, and are created by an almost magical imagination in which he brings together the present with historical artistic, folkloric or scientific references that are apparently incompatible except in his intuitive ‘imagination’. Both the…

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7 Social Media Mistakes to Avoid

Are you losing followers and connections on social media? Are your current efforts failing to deliver results? Your Marketing Lady share 7 mistakes that could be harming your social strategy in this infographic. Here are the key points to avoid: Trying to use every social media network Failing to identify a target audience Posting without a clear strategy Posting too much or not enough Using social media as a one-way tool Ignoring other businesses and accounts Skipping analytics and measurements…

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10 Best 3D Modeling Software by Autodesk

Autodesk 3D modeling software can be used for many different purposes from architecture, entertainment and video games to making informative posters and presentations. Autodesk offers industry standard 3D modeling software like 3ds Max, Maya, Revit and more. With good 3d modeling software, you can create first three-dimensional homes and character and 3D animation effects. Architects use Autocad, Revit and 3dsMax to develop 3D models and visualization their building and infrastructure projects. There are many free 3D modeling software available with basic features. If you are looking professional 3d modelling…

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Facebook is bringing paywalls to Instant Articles in your mobile feed

Given that more people than ever before are getting their news from social media, it makes sense that Facebook wants to help publishers by introducing subscriptions for content on its platform. And it’s starting on mobile. The company announced today that it’s rolling out paywalls for Instant Articles on Android over the next few weeks for a number of publications as part of a pilot program: Bild The Boston Globe The Economist Hearst (The Houston Chronicle and The San Francisco Chronicle)…

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Companies are collecting a mountain of data. What should they do with it?

It’s called the information age for a reason. From our tweets and status updates to our Yelp reviews and Amazon product ratings, the internet-connected portion of the human race generates 2.5 quintillion bytes of computer data every single day. That’s 2.5 million one-terabyte hard drives filled every 24 hours. The takeaway is clear: in 2017, there’s more data than there’s ever been, and there’s only more on the way. So what are savvy companies doing to harness the data that…

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Adobe tease data visualization storytelling with no coding required

Over 12,000 people are attending the annual Adobe Max creativity conference at the Venetian in Las Vegas. If you scratch beneath the surface of announcements such as the cloud-centric redesign of Lightroom washed down with appearances from actor/director Jon Favreau and Mark Ronson, there is substance as well as style. The event is not just about new applications or adding shiny features to existing products. MAX Sneaks offers attendees an opportunity to preview future technology that may or may not…

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How to Create Custom Components Using Component IO — SitePoint

My Introduction to Component IO article described how you could use pre-built components on any site regardless of the Content Management System, languages, or technologies used. The benefits include: hundreds of ready-made, attractive and configurable components to choose from including content blocks, galleries, navigation bars, social media widgets, forms and more component code can be installed with a simple cut and paste the same components can be used across other pages and sites will updated instantly it’s easy for non-technical…

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Getting the Right People — SitePoint

The following is a short extract from our new book, Researching UX: User Research, written by James Lang and Emma Howell. It’s the ultimate guide to user research, a key part of effective UX design. SitePoint Premium members get access with their membership, or you can buy a copy in stores worldwide. Once you’ve decided who you want to include in the research, and defined it in a recruitment brief, you’ll need a way to ensure that you’re actually getting…

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